Cultural Tips for Thailand

Whether you are planning a short visit to complete our in-class TEFL course or are thinking about staying on to teach once qualified, there are several cultural tips that could make your stay in Thailand a little smoother.
You should also know which gestures to avoid, such as pointing with your finger, touching someone’s head or showing the soles of your feet. What should you wear when visiting a temple?
Teach English In Thailand
Knowing the appropriate words and gestures for greeting local people is obviously very important.
What year is it according to the Thai calendar? Which day of the week is represented by the color yellow? Check out this infographic for some top cultural tips.

SOURCE: www . infographicsposters . com/travel/thailand-travel-guide . html

Apply now & get certified to teach english abroad!




Apply for your TEFL/TESOL Course!
  • 1The application process is free and does not commit you in any way.
  • 2Anyone fluent in English and aged 18+ is eligible for our courses.
  • 3No previous experience or qualifications are required.
  • 4Apply today and receive a free e-guide covering the basics of TEFL/TESOL.
  • 5Sign up for your course before Jan, 26 2020 and receive an additional course free of charge.*
* Applies to in-class courses, combined courses, diploma courses and 120-hour online course with tutor and videos
Course Details
Personal data
Additional Information

Where would you like to teach? (optional)

The personal information we collect on this page will be treated in accordance with our privacy policy.
By submitting this form you declare to have read and agreed to the Terms & Conditions.

If you want to take a specialized course (CTBE or CTEYL) click here

If you want to take a standard course, click here