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TTime for your attendees to immerse themselves in local culture by learning to cook authentic Malay dishes in the scenic Bo-Kaap area of Cape Town. Discover the fascinating history and unique culture of Bo-Kaap, tucked away under the slopes of Signal Hill. Formerly known as the Malay Quarter, this bright and vibrant neighbourhood has a rich Cape Malay culture with roots as old as Cape Town itself. The Bo-Kaap is the heart of traditional Cape Malay cuisine so treat yourself to a spicy curry and some syrupy munchies. Take the opportunity to enjoy the rich heritage of the area while supporting local entrepreneurs and businesses. Enjoy the sights and smells of the Bo-Kaap Food and Craft Market, or discover the delicious culinary secrets, for which the Bo-Kaap is known, with a Cape Malay cooking class. Whether it’s a guided day tour you want or an even richer experience in the form of an overnight home-stay with one of the local families – there are plenty of opportunities for meaningful cultural exchange, and the development of long-lasting bonds and memories. Leave the Bo-Kaap knowing that your contributions went straight to the community members of this historical district.

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TTime for your attendees to immerse themselves in local culture by learning to cook authentic Malay dishes in the scenic Bo-Kaap area of Cape Town. Discover the fascinating history and unique culture of Bo-Kaap, tucked away under the slopes of Signal Hill. Formerly known as the Malay Quarter, this bright and vibrant neighbourhood has a rich Cape Malay culture with roots as old as Cape Town itself. The Bo-Kaap is the heart of traditional Cape Malay cuisine so treat yourself to a spicy curry and some syrupy munchies. Take the opportunity to enjoy the rich heritage of the area while supporting local entrepreneurs and businesses. Enjoy the sights and smells of the Bo-Kaap Food and Craft Market, or discover the delicious culinary secrets, for which the Bo-Kaap is known, with a Cape Malay cooking class. Whether it’s a guided day tour you want or an even richer experience in the form of an overnight home-stay with one of the local families – there are plenty of opportunities for meaningful cultural exchange, and the development of long-lasting bonds and memories. Leave the Bo-Kaap knowing that your contributions went straight to the community members of this historical district.

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