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Beautiful beaches, a rich cultural history and delicious, cheap food make Thailand a popular destination for both short- and long-term tourists, as well as ESL/EFL teachers.TEFL jobs in Thailand are also easy to come by and in great demand.This predominately Buddhist country benefits from a wide range of cultural influences, including Indian, Chinese, Burmese and Cambodian, resulting in a unique mix of food, architecture and cultural events.
The capital of Bangkok, home to almost 6.5 million residents and the most opportunities to find TEFL jobs in Thailand, boasts vibrant, bustling streets with a wide array of street food and markets.A network of canals runs through the city, past sacred temples and the Grand Palace, where the royal family resides.In contrast to the hectic pace of Bangkok, rural Thailand offers a slower way of life with many people living off the land and far fewer modern facilities.There is, however, still no lack of opportunity to sample the signature mix of sweet, sour, bitter, salty and sour that is synonymous with Thai cuisine. Read More
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