Teach English in Thailand

Teaching English in Thailand offers reasonably high salaries, low living costs and an opportunity to live amongst the famously friendly and welcoming Thai people.

Job Placement Support and Assistance

CultureRoute will facilitate job placement options and provide all the information and support you need for your teaching experience abroad.

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Flexible Contracts

Thailand offers lots of options for contract length, public or private teaching posts, summer camps and extra evening classes.

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High Salaries

Earn $900 – $1100 USD per month with low living costs and multiple opportunities for affordable weekend getaways.

Well-Resourced Schools

Work at well-resourced schools with great resources and helpful staff. You’ll always have a Thai teacher present in your classroom. 

Unique Experiences

If you choose a teaching placement a little off the beaten track, you’ll be getting a unique experience of the country which is relatively inaccessible to foreigners.

Thailand Culture

Thai Culture

With a booming tourism industry and foreign visitors flocking to Thailand all year round, most teachers don’t find it too much of a culture shock to settle there.  

You can probably buy anything in Thailand that you would get back home and you’ll hear English spoken widely.

Still, every culture demands some adjustment.

Living and Working in Thailand

Living and Working in Thailand

Most teachers find that picking up the local language is not too difficult. Your colleagues at school can help you to learn Thai and a little practice often goes a long way.

A ‘go with the flow’ attitude is also crucial for living and working in Thailand.

It’s a very laid-back culture and things don’t always happen ‘on time.’ If you enjoy that sort of relaxed lifestyle, you should fit right in.

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Excellent Transport

The transport system is excellent and you can travel around the country with ease.

Travelling by bus into neighbouring countries such as Laos and Cambodia is also an affordable adventure.

Travel Opportunities

Thailand has 16 official public holidays, as well as school holidays and weekends. 

You’ll have plenty of time off and many affordable options for weekend and holiday getaways.

Thailand Transport and Travel Opportunities

Teaching English in Thailand

Teaching English in Thailand offers reasonably high salaries, low living costs and an opportunity to live amongst the famously friendly and welcoming Thai people.

Teaching English in Thailand requires you to have a bit of fun in the classroom. Singing, dancing and playing games are important parts of the job, especially with younger children.

Placements are available in: 

 

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Urban or rural areas

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In small or big towns

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In some cases on islands (Phuket and Koh Samui).

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Thailand Food

Thai Food

Thai food is abundant, cheap and almost always spicy!

If you’re not one for spice, shopping at markets and cooking at home is a good way to go, but bear in mind that your home will probably only have a burner or fryer, so you might have to adapt your cooking style if you’re used to an oven.

Thailand Muay Thai with CultureRoute

Muay Thai

Practicing Muay Thai, the national sport, is an excellent way to keep fit and learn something of the local culture.

Your first step towards Adventure

CultureRoute’s 120-hour Internationally Accredited online TESOL is the ideal first step to prepare you for your adventure in Thailand.