Teaching jobs in Thailand
Fluffy white beaches, ancient temples, buzzing cities, sumptuous cuisine and Thai-ness. It’s all here!
Why are teaching jobs in Thailand so popular? The experience will give your resume a boost, you’ll be a part of a friendly culture, eat amazing food, discover blissful beaches, explore ancient temples and all while getting paid. Thailand has a laid back charm that can’t help but allow teachers to become part of the local community.
Teaching in Thailand is an exciting adventure in one of the world’s favorite tropical escapes, famous for its hospitality and fluffy white beaches. In fact, it is called the “Land of a Thousand Smiles”. Teach English in Thailand and find out why the Thais are such a happy and generous people.
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Here are 10 interesting facts and curious trivia about Thailand:
- Population: More than 67 million people
- Capital city: Bangkok
- Currency: Thai baht
- Language: Thai, Burmese, Malay, Chinese & many others, including various dialects
- Slang: “Farang” means Westerners
- Religions: Theravada Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Christianity & others
- National drink: Siam Sunray, a cocktail of vodka, coconut liqueur, chili pepper, ginger, lemon grass, lime juice & soda water
- UNESCO World Heritage Site: Historic City of Ayutthaya
- National dance: Khon, a stylized dance form that mimes a story
- National bird: pronounced “kaifa phayalo”, the Siamese fireback, a pheasant species, is also called Diard’s fireback
Mike Brennan, Chumphon, Thailand
I am now teaching in Thailand and wondering why I ever hesitated to do something so unique and rewarding.
We currently have the following programs available in Thailand