For many travelers in Thailand, the hardest part about the journey is saying goodbye. With it’s varied landscapes, friendly locals and inviting culture, it’s no surprise many come to Thailand for months and find themselves still here, years later.
With a new surge toward slow traveling – staying long term in a country to soak up the culture and learn as much as possible – teaching English has become a popular way to make living abroad a reality. Thailand’s top industry is tourism, and with that comes an urgent need to speak the global language. Teachers abound in every corner of this tropical nation, and every semester there’s room for more.
If you’re thinking about teaching English in Thailand, here are insider tips about 7 common topics to get you started.