Travel Tips for Thailand

Every year thousands of people head to Thailand to work as English language teachers in schools and language centers all over the country.
The Thai people are famous for their friendly attitude towards foreigners but it will certainly help if you are familiar with a few simple Thai phrases, such as hello (sah-wat-deee) and thank you (kop-koohn).
Cultural tips are also useful, such as when to remove your shoes and when to haggle for the best price when shopping.
Teach English In Thailand
This infographic is a great place to start for first time visitors who are looking for a few basic travel tips for the ‘Land of Smiles’.
Thailand can easily be visited at any time of the year, but which months have the best weather and which are hot and wet?

SOURCE: www . volunteerworld . com/volunteer-in-thailand

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