Find the best TEFL jobs in Thailand. OnTESOL assembled the best jobs in Bangkok for July and August. All jobs pay more than 30,000 baht per month and offer accommodation plus benefits. Apply now to teach English in Thailand! We have English Conversation jobs, English Literature jobs, TEYL jobs, and EFL teaching jobs*.
Thailand is a tropical paradise with beautiful beaches, clear waters, magical rainforests, and exotic animals.
Many TESOL teachers go to Southern Thailand for a great weekend adventure. When booking an eco-tour, make sure that instructors and travel agencies abide by the rules that care for the animals and their environment. Here are some questions to consider: What are standard international practices? Are there any local regulations? Is the agency certified? How much space do animals need from the boat? How harmful are motor engines? Where are the restricted areas?
Here is a video of a school of Dolphins swimming across Phi Phi Islands http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxcE6mo2Puo
This beautiful 700 year old city in Northern Thailand is known for its amazing golden temples, affordable luxuries, unique festivals, and cheerful culture.
Chiang Mai offers plenty of colourful festivals throughout the year and you must witness as many as you can. The most popular ones are Loi Krathong (Full Moon festival usually held in November), Songkran (Thai New Year held in April), and the Flower Festival (Held in February when tropical flowers are in full bloom).
(Hot air balloons – Loi Krathong festival)
Chiang Mai is also famous for its relaxing spas, unique bars, and amazing street performances. The local bazaar is one of the largest in the country and offers cool souvenirs at affordable prices.
Start your journey with an accredited TESOL course . The minimum requirement for TESOL certification in Thailand is 100 hours.
Thailand’s gem. Sunny, beautiful, and happy. Phuket, located in the Krabi province, is the perfect representation of Thailand.
Phuket provides TESOL teachers with everything they desire, from beautiful temples to spectacular beaches, from extreme sports to yoga retreats, from an energetic nightlife to an organic lifestyle.
Phuket is perfect for new teachers and especially young university graduates who want to TESOL during their gap-year. A BA and a TESOL certificate of at least 100 hours are necessary to obtain a good teaching position. Teaching experience is not required.
Bangkok has everything under the sun that is essential for attracting qualified ESL teachers. Stunning temples, shopping palaces and traditional markets, a lively nightlife, and affordable 5-star restaurants will make you want to stay forever.
Wat Trimitr is the world’s biggest golden Buddha image and the Wat-Arun temple is most beautiful at sunset, when its emblematic structure rises over the red sky. The old port of Thailand has become a mighty corporate centre, but you can experience the traditional way of buying groceries from small boats at The Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, 110 km west of Bangkok.
Bangkok schools pay much better than schools in rural areas and since most jobs are for 28 hours a week, you can afford to spend your free time sunbathing and snorkelling in Thailand’s amazing beaches. TESOL certification is not required for entry-level jobs, but unless you have a 100-hour TESOL certificate or higher qualification, you’d only be eligible for jobs that pay 20,000 baht per month
Thailand is the ultimate destination for anyone who wants to live to the fullest. It is safe, cheap, beautiful and fun!
Entry-level teachers enjoy a decent wage and those who completed a TESOL course can earn up to 30% more doing the same job. Just stay out from internship programs that charge a fortune while paying half the minimum wage and you’ll have the time of your life! Come to this land of amazing beaches, water sports, breath taking scenery, and exotic food.