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Living Expenses


Concerning living expenses. It will be about 1 months between arriving in Thailand and receiving your first pay check. Once you start working you will receive your first pay on the 1st of the following month. The living expenses you will have to cover are food, accommodation, electricity, transport, entertainment and other for miscellaneous items that you many require. The amounts will vary depending on where you live. If you are living in Bangkok or a tourist city you should expect a higher cost.


The average cost in our locations are:

  • Food:
    • you can get a meal for less than 50 baht if you decide to eat like the Thais.
      • You should plan on spending 6000 to 8000 baht if you frequent some of the more chain restaurant's .
  • Accommodations:
    • There average month rent is between 3500 and 4500 baht per month.
    • You will need to deposit on average equivalent to two months' rent with include the security and last month rent.
  • Electricity:
    • This will vary a great deal depending on your usage. Things that you must take in account for is the air conditioner.
    • The average cost could range from 800 to 2000 Baht.
  • Transportation:
    • We usually set up teacher within walking distance from the school.
    • Getting around Thailand is quite inexpensive.
      • Mini shuttle buses are the best means of transportation between cities.
      • Air travel within Thailand is also inexpensive. Such as  Bangkok to Phuket would be around 70 US dollars.
  • Entertainment:
    • There are many amazing things to see and do in Thailand so this is impossible to estimate.


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Just a hundred kilometres away from Bangkok, Suphan Buri is an ancient town rich in natural and historical heritage. The province was once an important border town involving battles and important wars during the period of the Ayutthaya kingdom.

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Are you looking for an adventure? Teaching in Thailand will be rewarding. Challenge yourself by becoming a teacher. You start out by making new friends. You will learn about a new culture and maybe even a new language. You will see many amazing things. Try new things that you taught you would never do. You will grow as a person and when it comes time to go, you will want to stay.


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A province in the central region of Thailand, Lop Buri Province is located approximately 154 kilometers north of Bangkok. Covering an area of 6,199 square kilometers, the province is situated on the western end of the Khorat Plateau. It borders Chaiyaphum and Nakhon Ratchasima Provinces on the east, Phetchabun and Nakhon Sawan Provinces on the north, Sing Buri, Ayutthaya and Saraburi

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Sing Buri is 142 kms. north of Bangkok on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River.

It was established in the year 1895 during the reign of King Rama V through a consolidation of three small riverside towns including Sing Buri, In Buri, and Phrom Buri. The province currently occupies an area of 822 square kilometres and is divided into six districts (Amphoes): 

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