Travel and teach in Thailand!

Towering palm trees, and white sands surrounded by crystal waters; it’s paradisiacal!

 

Thailand is known as one of the happiest places on the planet, and is often referred to as ‘the land of smiles’. For many people, visiting and exploring this enchanting country can be a great expense. Travelling as an English teacher however is one option that is open to almost anyone - allowing you to live, travel and earn money in countries all over the world. 

 

Thailand has a shortage of qualified teachers, meaning that TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) teachers are highly sought after. A Thai travel experience is more accessible than you think!

 

One location in need of TEFL teachers is the bright and bustling urban jungle of Bangkok. The nation’s capital, packed with people, shops, tourist attractions and smiles, is hugely welcoming. Bangkok encompasses city life mixed with a rich historic, religious and traditional core. Whether you want to drink and dine in a chic bar or restaurant, sit on the sidewalk and eat from a street-side vendor, visit one of the cities countless famous attractions (such as the Wat Arun Buddhist temple) or venture into some of the lesser known spots, there is something to captivate you in Bangkok.

 

Wages for TEFL teachers throughout Thailand are very good, and because the country is notoriously cheap, it makes for very comfortable living standards. There are various contract durations (many of which will cover insurance and visa costs) and plenty of jobs, allowing you to plan your Thai travel and teaching experience to be exactly how you’ve dreamt it to be. Bangkok is an exciting city, packed with opportunities and new adventures for travellers. Earning money whilst you are there will simply fund further exploration and allow you to truly throw yourself into life in Bangkok.

 

If city life doesn’t appeal though, there are a wide variety of locations throughout Thailand, each with their own charm and attraction - some in small towns and villages, allowing you to experience life off the well beaten track.

 

By teaching English as a foreign language you’ll really make a difference to the youth of Thailand, helping them to learn one of the most widely spoken languages in the world which will undoubtedly aid them in their future endeavours.

 

TEFL teachers are in high demand across the globe, and in some cases, the only requirement is a native or near-native level of English and completion of a TEFL course. 

 

For more information on the different courses available visit:  http://teflengland.co.uk/  or http://www.onlineteflcourses.com/. You can also have a look at some of the jobs available at: http://teflengland.co.uk/tefl-jobs.asp.

Comments

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Teaching English in Thailand

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