All about Teaching English in Thailand!
Thailand is my favorite country by a long margin. While English teacher’s salaries are lower than in other Teach English Abroad countries, the low cost of living, great lifestyle, hot weather and amazing food make it a great place to teach English. It is also the digital nomad capital of the world, so you’ll find countless entrepreneurs working on new businesses. If you are not an entrepreneur yet, teaching English there could be a great way to start.
Thailand has long been an immensely popular destination for tourists and backpackers, drawn by an exotic culture steeped in history, a friendly population and a climate that remains hot all year round. There are plenty of things to do and see, the nightlife is vibrant, the cuisine quite exceptional and travel within the country is very affordable. Thailand is a country where English teachers can find plenty of job opportunities and also enjoy a good lifestyle in their free time. … Read More
The cost of living in Thailand is very reasonable, particularly if you are able to adapt to a more ‘local’ lifestyle by shopping in neighborhood stores and doing your own cooking. If you don’t eat out too often, it’s quite possible to get by on THB 3,000-4,000 (US$87-116) per month for food. Eat out daily in Thai restaurants, and your food budget is likely to be around THB 5-7,000 (US$145-200) per month, while regular visits to international restaurants might increase this figure to THB 10,000 (US$290) or more. … Read More
Unlike some other countries, it is quite possible to secure a teaching position in Thailand before you enter the country, particularly if you have a resume showing previous teaching experience and good references. This can be advantageous in one respect because it is necessary to secure appropriate visas outside of Thailand. … Read More
Thailand is an amazing country rich in history and culture. Although the country is modernizing fast and traditions are starting to fade, Thais are still very religious. All aspects of their culture is heavily influenced by Buddhism. With great food, an active nightlife and a very low cost of living, Thailand is a great place to work and live. Read More
After taking his CELTA training, TEFL teacher Johnny Ward, taught English in Thailand for 15 months. He shares information on finding a teaching position, living in Thailand and more in this interview. Read More
Amanda Dorough shares here experiences working and living in Thailand. She covers everything from finding a job, quality of life and travelling around Thailand in this interview. Read More