Teach English in Thailand

We are expanding rapidly in Thailand and opening new schools. We accept year round applications for teaching roles in Thailand.

Teach in Thailand, and get to know locals who will show you the country behind the news stories. Travel to work on a speeding tuk-tuk auto rickshaw, explore dazzling downtown Bangkok, meet the keepers of ancient temples.

Teaching jobs in Thailand offer competitive monthly salaries that allow teachers to see and experience the multitude of sites that constitute Thailand’s beauty. Educators looking to teach English in Thailand should be aware that the cost of living is low in comparison to the salary, and as such, saving a significant portion of a teacher’s income should not be difficult. Transportation in Thailand, in particular, is exceedingly inexpensive.

Situated at the heart of Southeast Asia, Thailand is a natural gateway to Indonesia, Myanmar and Southern China. A job in Thailand enables teachers to travel and experience the wide range of geography that Thailand has to offer. Thailand is famous for its beaches, but is also host to the beautiful peaks of the Thai highlands, the expansive flats of the Khorat Plateau, and the Chao Phraya river valley, which runs into the Gulf of Thailand. Thailand has a warm, tropical climate that breaks down into three seasons: hot, rainy, and dry, with an annual monsoon occurring as part of the transition between the latter two seasons in the eastern most part of the country.

Our benefits at a glance

  • THB 36,800 – THB 65,000 per month
  • Performance related bonuses
  • Structured curriculum
  • Great working environment
  • Visa and work permit
  • Western management
  • Regular 5 day working week
  • Location: Chonburi, Pattaya, and Bangkok

Our schools at a glance

Our requirements

  • Passport holders from UK, USA, CAN, AUS, NZ.
  • Experience with children preferred.
  • Bachelor’s Degree.
  • 1 year commitment.
  • TEFL certificate (CELTA / Trinity CertTESOL preferred).

Teach English in Thailand

Teach English in Thailand

Teach English in Chonburi and Sattahip

Chonburi is the capital of Chonburi Province and Mueang Chonburi District in Thailand. It is about 100 km south-east of Bangkok, on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand. The name means “city of water”. Chonburi, along with other areas along the coast to Pattaya, forms a conurbation known as the Pattaya-Chonburi Metropolitan Area.
Sattahip in the province Chonburi, Thailand. It is located at the southern tip of the province and at the eastern side of Bangkok. Located in Sattahip is the RamaYana Water Park, is one of Asia’s biggest waterparks, which was opened in May 2016. The park, which is designed as a modern waterpark built on an antique Asian city, offers 21 water slides, and some of them unique1, 2 dedicated children’s zones, a 600m long lazy river and a double wave pool with a 150m wide beach as well as relaxation and activity pools. The park, which is located 20 km south of Pattaya City, close to the big Buddha Mountain (Khao Chi Chan) and next to Silver Lake Vineyard, has natural lakes and islands in and around the park, and also includes attractions like a floating market, real elephants or a maze.
Nong Nuch Garden is a place in Na Chomthien subdistrict. Nong Nuch Garden has many types of gardens, for example, flowerpot doll garden, French style garden, Bonsai garden, Orchid garden, and Puttharaksa garden. Moreover, Nong Nuch Garden has a restaurant, resort, a mini zoo and a Thai culture theater.

Sattahip in the province Chonburi, Thailand. It is located at the southern tip of the province and at the eastern side of Bangkok. Located in Sattahip is the RamaYana Water Park, is one of Asia’s biggest waterparks, which was opened in May 2016. The park, which is designed as a modern waterpark built on an antique Asian city, offers 21 water slides, and some of them unique1, 2 dedicated children’s zones, a 600m long lazy river and a double wave pool with a 150m wide beach as well as relaxation and activity pools. The park, which is located 20 km south of Pattaya City, close to the big Buddha Mountain (Khao Chi Chan) and next to Silver Lake Vineyard, has natural lakes and islands in and around the park, and also includes attractions like a floating market, real elephants or a maze.
Nong Nuch Garden is a place in Na Chomthien subdistrict. Nong Nuch Garden has many types of gardens, for example, flowerpot doll garden, French style garden, Bonsai garden, Orchid garden, and Puttharaksa garden. Moreover, Nong Nuch Garden has a restaurant, resort, a mini zoo and a Thai culture theater.

Teach English in Thailand

Teach English in Pattaya

Pattaya is a city on Thailand’s eastern Gulf coast known for its beaches. A quiet fishing village as recently as the 1960s, it’s now lined with resort hotels, high-rise condos, shopping malls, cabaret bars and 24-hour clubs. Nearby, hillside Wat Phra Yai Temple features an 18m-tall golden Buddha. The area also features several designer golf courses, some with views of Pattaya Bay

Teach English in Thailand

Teach English in Bangkok

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