Bangkok is Thailand’s sprawling, dynamic capital. With over ten million residents, Bangkok is never dull and always lively and full of life and energy. Like all big cities it can also be noisy, crowded and sometimes frustrating. Bangkok has a lot to offer: magnificent temples, great shops, markets and huge ultra-modern shopping malls. There are countless, affordable restaurants and street food vendors who offer not only the very best of Thai cusine but also superb food from everywhere in the world.
Centre Manager: Ajarn Em
Location: Triam Udom Suksa School
Triam Udom Suksa School
227 Phayathai Road
Chiang Mai is a city in northern Thailand that dates back to the 1200s. It has been voted one of the top destinations to live in in Asia and it is a modern and cosmopolitan city, without having lost its traditional old charm.
Centre Manager: Dr Jii
Location: Attanithaipayap School
2, Bunruangrit Road
Tambol Hai Ya
Surat Thani is a city in southern Thailand which is famously known as a gateway to the islands of Thailand’s Gulf coast, Koh Samui, Koh Pha Ngan and Koh Tao. It’s not a tourist destination in itself, which means it is a great opportunity to see a more real Thailand with local food, prices and friendliness.
Centre Manager: Ajarn Napha
Location: Suratpittay School
Talad Mai Road
Khon Kaen is a city in north-eastern Thailand, a region called ‘Isaan’ that borders Laos and Cambodia. The region is a large agricultural area of rice fields and small villages, which is distinguished by its Lao-influenced language, food and culture.
Centre Manager: Ajarn Poonpisam
Location: Khon Kaen Wittayayon School
58 Khon Kaen Wittayayon School
Mueang Khon Kaen
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". Chon Buri province is set on the country’s eastern Gulf of Thailand coast. The coastline is lined with popular beaches. Among them is Pattaya, a long-standing resort town with a seafront promenade, restaurants, shopping malls and a busy, neon-lit, nightlife zone that includes cabaret bars and clubs.
Centre Manager: Ajarn Wanida
Location: Chonkanyanukoon School
41, Namnaknum Road
Tambon Bang Pla Soi
Amphoe Mueang Chonburi
Chon Buri 20000
Nakhon Ratchasima / Korat
Nakhon Ratchasima is one of the four major cities of Isan, known as the “big four of Isan”. The city is commonly known as Korat, a shortened form of its name. It is the capital of Nakhon Ratchasima province. Historically, the city once marked the boundary between Lao and Siamese territory. Today it is considered a gateway to the Lao-speaking north-east (Isan).
Centre Manager: Ajarn Nanapat (Waew)
Location: Sura Nari Wittaya School
Sura Nari Wittaya School
248 Mueng Kakhon
Nakhon Ratchasima 30000
Ubon Ratchathani is another of the “big four” cities of Isan, known as Ubon for short. The name means “royal lotus city”. The provincial seal features a pond with a lotus flower and leaves in a circular frame. The city is close to the Laos and Cambodian borders.
Centre Manager: Lert-Luck
Location: Benjama Maharat School
Benjama Maharat School
600, Rd Sappasit
Mueang Ubon Ratchathani
Ubon Ratchathani 34000
Phitsanulok is an important, historic city in lower northern Thailand and the capital of Phitsanulok Province, which stretches all the way to the Laotian border. Phitsanulok is one of the oldest cities in Thailand, founded over 600 years ago.
Centre Manager: Ajarn Angie
Location: Chaloemkhwan Satri School
Chaloemkhwan Satri School
Meang Phitsanulok District
Phuket is one of the southern provinces (changwat) of Thailand and consists of the island of Phuket and 32 smaller islands. It lies off the west coast of Thailand in the Andaman Sea. Phuket Island is connected by the Sarasin Bridge to Phang Nga Province to the north. The next nearest province is Krabi, to the east across Phang Nga Bay. Since the 1980s, the sandy beaches on the west coast of the island have been developed as tourist destinations, with Patong, Karon, and Kata being the most popular.
Centre Manager: Ajarn Ninlawan
Location: Srinagarindra the princess mother School, Phuket
Address: 189 Moo 1, Rattanakoksin 200 Pi Road, Tambon Wichit, Amphoe Mueang Phuket, Phuket 83000, Thailand
Kanchanaburi is a town with a population of 31,000 in the West of Thailand. In the late 18th century, Kanchanaburi was established by King Rama I as a defensive outpost against possible Burmese attacks in what is now Lat Ya subdistrict. In 1833, the town was moved about 16km towards the south-east along the river to its present site during the reign of King Rama III. In 1942, while under Japanese control, Asian forced labourers and Allied POWs built the infamous Burma Railway constructed the bridge immortalised in the film “The Bridge over the River Kwai”.
Centre Manager: Pisitkarn
Location: Kanchananukhro School
Address: 65 Sangchuto Road, Tambon Ban Nua, Amphoe Mueang, Kanchanaburi 71000, Thailand
Phetchaburi is a province in central Thailand bordering Myanmar (Burma) to the west and the Gulf of Thailand to the east. The dense rainforest of Kaeng Krachan National Park covers nearly half its area, offering hiking trails and camping. The capital, also called Phetchaburi, has been inhabited since the 8th century. Khao Wang is a 19th-century summer palace within a temple complex overlooking the city.
Centre Manager: Ajarn Chuchai
Location: School: Benchamatheputit Phetchaburi School
Address: 184/2 Kiri Ratthaya Rd., Khlong Krachaeng, Muang Phetchaburi, Phetchaburi, 76000.
Chiang Rai is the northernmost large city in Thailand. It was established as a capital city in the reign of King Mangrai in 1262 CE. Chiang Rai is a small city with a relaxed atmosphere, good-value accommodation and great local food. It’s also the logical base from which to plan excursions to the more remote corners of Chiang Rai province.
Center Manager: Dr. Werawish (David)
Location: Samakkhi Witthayakhom School
Address: 159 Banprakan Road,Tambon Wiang, Muang, Chiang Rai, 57000
Sakhon Nakhon is a city in the Isaan region of Thailand with a population of 76,000. Sakon Nakhon lies on a flat plain at about 175 metres (574 ft) elevation on the south-west bank of Lake Nong Han, the largest lake of north-east Thailand. The town is surrounded by extensive farmland. Attractions include the Wat Phra That Choeng Chum Worawihan and Wat Tham Phae Dan temples.
Centre Manager: TBC
Location: Sakon Nakhon Rajabhat University
Address: 680 Mu 11, Nitayo Road, That Choeng Chum Sub-district, Muang District, Sakon Nakhon 47000
Udon Thani, or “Udon” in short, is an important regional hub that connects northeastern Thailand with the rest of the country as well as neighbouring Laos. It is Located approximately 546km northeast from Bangkok. The province is like a logistic and tourism hub of the region and is important history-wise regarding the famous Ban Chiang source of prehistory civilization, one of the oldest civilization in the world. Udon Thani is also famous for its natural tourist attractions and local products like Pha Khid or patterned silk weaving. Local communities are also very charming with simple way of living.
Centre Manager: TBC
Location: Udon Thani Rajabhat University
Address: 64 Thaharn Road, Muang, Udon Thani 41000
Lopburi is a fairly small province in Central Thailand some 150 kilometers North of Bangkok. The province with the capital city bearing the same name is mainly known for its historical sites such as the Khmer style Prang Sam Yot and King Narai’s Palace, as well as for the large number of very cheeky monkeys hanging around in various parts of the city.
Centre Manager: TBC
Location: Thepsatri Rajabhat University
Address: 321 Naraimaharat Road Tambon Talaychubsorn Amphur Muang, Lopburi 15000