Cookly from dtac accelerate won first runner-up award at Startup Thailand

Cookly, an upcoming travel tech startup from dtac accelerate batch 5, was awarded the first runner-up for the pitching challenge at the Startup Thailand 2017 regional event in Chiang Mai, beating the other 8 teams.

Cookly is a hip application that allows travelers to book cooking classes from around the world. The best way to discover the miracle of traveling is to embark on local culinary arts and dining culture in each country.

Mr. Sompoat Chansomboon, Director of dtac accelerate, said Cookly is a startup that is growing as rapidly as the tourism industry and is widely used by travelers who look to experience local culinary arts and cooking of Thai food from different regions of Thailand, including vegetarian and Akha hill tribe food.

Cookly’s strength is its partnership with more than 150 Thai and international cooking schools, led by experienced chefs who offer unique local cooking classes.

Cookly has provided over 250 cooking classes in more than 7 countries, including Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Koh Phi Phi, Phuket, Koh Chang, Koh Lanta, Krabi,

and Chiang Rai in Thailand, Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and others and is planning to expand to American and European countries to meet the growing demand for cooking classes worldwide.