PB has enthusiastically promoted lifelong learning to its citizens through various learning centers;
- 35 OTOP communities utilize signature culinary and lifestyle identities to promote local tourism.
- 684 communities with mostly female head chefs training the next generation in local culinary arts.
- Local Chef Courses offered by “Ban Tham Rong” and “Ban Rai Krang” Community Enterprises, renowned for their palmyra-based dishes and desserts.
- Culinary program at Phetchaburi International Culinary School.
- Food Production & Beverage Services Course at Regent Cha-am Hospitality School.
- 108 different food-making gastronomic short courses displayed at Phra Nakorn Kiri Festival.
- Food Safety Course by Public Health Unit for operators and service providers.
- 3 private Dessert Learning Centers ; Lung Anek, Pansuk and Look-Jeab Learning Center.
- Families routinely pass down their culinary wisdom to their children.
Thailand is bountiful, and PB is the crème de la crème of Thai bountifulness. With its ecosystems, the City becomes the No. 1 producer of high-quality sea salt and key limes, and produces best-tasting palmyra sugar, seafood, rose apple, pineapple, and banana etc., rendering it the “City of Three Tastes” – salty, sweet, and sour. Its culinary voyage is farm-to- fork, where farmers deliver fresh produce and seafood to local households, outlets and manufacturers, within hours of their reaping. The signs “Khao Kaeng Phetchaburi” (PB’s local dishes) and “Royal Dishes” guarantee unparalleled tastes, and PB’s desserts are most popular all over the country. Food represents PB’s historical root, economical security, and social cohesion. Geography, food and cultures come in perfect harmony, its landscapes are postcard-perfect, its food unparalleled and its cultures fascinating.
Phetchaburi (PB), is a 6,255 sq. km. geographical wonder, situated 160 km. from Bangkok, Thailand. To the West lies the majestic Tanaosri range, to the East lies a stunning stretch of beaches of the Gulf of Thailand. Lined between the two contrasting landscapes are the river plains. Three plentiful ecosystems, coupled with historical migration of different groups of central Thais, Thai Song Dam, and Karen, among others, have resulted in unique local handicrafts, architectural sites, artifacts, and unmatched cuisines, all of which ultimately commenced tourism in this “Living Historic City” of 485,191 people.
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