The Cape Malay Cooking Tour in Bo-Kaap offers visitors a deeper understanding of who the people are in this city. Visitors will start the day with a cup of coffee at Truth Coffee, one of the Cape's most famous micro coffee roasters. Here, visitors will chat about the history of Apartheid, before visiting the District 6 Museum. This small apartheid museum which is home to the memories of the residents of District 6, which is an area on the edge of Cape Town where over 60 000 people were forcefully removed. The tour continues through to the Bo-Kaap neighbourhood, where the Cape Malay community were not forcefully removed. It is a bright and colourful area that is one of the most photographed places in Cape Town. Visitors will stop at Atlas spices (which is the leading spice shop), before heading into a home of one of the ladies in the area for a hands-on cooking class. After lunch, visitors can enjoy a walk around the Bo-Kaap to view and photograph the beautiful, brightly coloured houses. Lastly, visitors will visit a community beading project while in the area.