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One Kind House

Rated 4.88 out of 5 from 203 reviews.Singapore, SingaporePart of the Airbnb Cooking collection

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Cooking experience hosted by Arlette

3 hours
Singaporean
Up to 10 people
Hosted in English

What you'll do

Come and be a part of the One Kind Family! Learn to grow your own crops using the latest urban farming technologies; forage for baby kedondong leaves to pound into a pesto; and pluck blue pea flowers to make a uniquely different tea and rice. Then we'll cook a three-course meal (being mindful of your diet and spice preference) using family recipes, and enjoy it together while sharing stories.

Arlette's commitment to safety

This host committed to Airbnb’s COVID-19-related safety and cleaning guidelines—including adhering to social distancing guidelines, practicing good hygiene, and ensuring that all participants wear a mask.
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What's included

  • Food
    Forgotten recipes
    Traditional dishes with a twist, including Chicken...
  • Drinks
    You'll receive a GIY (grow-it-yourself) stick, created and successfully Kic...
From $98
/ person
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Meet your host, Arlette

Host on Airbnb since 2014
  • 203 Reviews
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Mummy Soh is 76 years old and a champion of active elder aging, growing wholesome foods that nourish the body and soul, and cooking homegrown recipes. Fresh ingredients can create the most memorable meals—memories she loves sharing with people through #OneKindHouse.

We’re a family-run part urban farm, part cooking school, part collaborative workshop, where every visit conjures a 21st century “Kampung” experience. We live in rapidly changing times and constantly need to adapt to it, so #OneKindHouse is about building the future on past foundations and staying true to ourselves and Mother Nature.
Mummy Soh is 76 years old and a champion of active elder aging, growing wholesome foods that nourish the body and soul, and cooking homegrown recipes. Fresh ingredients can create the most memorable meals—memories she loves sharing with people through #OneKindHouse.

We’re a family-run part urban farm, part cooking school, part collaborative workshop, where every visit conjures a 21st century “Kampung” experience. We live in rapidly changing times and constantly need to adapt to it, so…
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Where you'll be

One Kind House is the only 21st Century kampung that's an urban farm, cooking school, incubator, art gallery, maker space, and community center all in one. Since 1969, the home spans four generations. We are located near the East Coast beachfront as well as up-and-coming Siglap & Katong.

Rated 4.88 out of 5 from 203 reviews.

Bronwyn
March 2020
The cooking lesson was excellent & the home garden so inspiring. It was wonderful to sit with three generations of the one family & hear their stories and share their aspirations over a fantastic home cooked meal.
Matt
March 2020
Uniquely Singaporean. Loved that most of what we cooked was grown from their own garden, and shared with insight and expertise on the whole process. Entirely home-grown, if I might say, and had a great sense of authenticity behind it.
Zi Hui
March 2020
I would definitely bring my overseas guests to One Kind House. The experience that we were immersed in was so enriching. We shared so many stories and laughter during the entire cooking and house tour process. Thank you to Arlette and her family for being so generous with all the knowledge that they shared with us. We left feeling inspired to have more home-cooked meals and grow our own produce :) Would definitely recommend this place to everyone!
I would definitely bring my overseas guests to One Kind House. The experience that we were immersed in was so enriching. We shared so many stories and laughter during the entire co…
Kingsley
February 2020
It was an incredible experience for me and my girlfriend; we loved every minute of our interaction with Mama Soh. She was funny and personable. Highly recommended for your trip to Singapore. Do not miss it!
Donna
February 2020
A perfect place and moment to cut off from bustling Singapore and its intensity. The reason for coming is the cooking, however, the experience with Mommy Soh and her assistants goes way beyond a simple cooking class: the pleasure of sharing personal stories, learning about the ingredients, exploring the herbs garden while seamlessly preparing the recipe you have chosen makes this experience unique. It’s an informal cooking class that leaves you with a happy heart after the session. Additionally, the open air kitchen is such a bliss.
A perfect place and moment to cut off from bustling Singapore and its intensity. The reason for coming is the cooking, however, the experience with Mommy Soh and her assistants goe…
Bernard
February 2020
My wife is a Singaporean and this trip was my first time visiting Singapore. She likes to learn the traditional cooking and a fun experience for us to do while visiting there. So she looked up on Airbnb and find “One Kind House”. We had a great time there and It was an awesome experience.
My wife is a Singaporean and this trip was my first time visiting Singapore. She likes to learn the traditional cooking and a fun experience for us to do while visiting there. So…

Dietary preferences

If requested, the host can accommodate the dietary needs listed. You must let the host know before the experience if you’d like an accommodation.

Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Government ID

You’ll need to take a picture of yourself that matches the photo on your ID. This is so Airbnb can confirm who’s actually going on the experience. You’ll only have to do this once.

Guest requirements

Up to 10 guests ages 10 and up can attend.

More tips

We require a minimum of 4 sign ups in order to run a cooking session. You will be notified by the host, at least 2-3 days in advance, in the case of insufficient sign ups. The host will advise on the next steps thereafter.

What to bring

Light clothing and footwear for the tropics!