A truly land of ornate temples, Thailand is famed as the jewel in Asia. Clear blue beaches, mouth-watering cuisine, diverse landscapes and exotic pace of life of locals continue to steal the hearts of worldwide travelers. Thanks to the rich history and vibrant cultures, Thailand a flawless destination to acquire new things. School trips in Thailand are amazing educational and cultural experiences for nonnative students.
As a trustworthy travel agency, Educational School Trip offers school trips to Thailand that suit your learning requirements most. Thailand school trips allow students to get the real chance to explore places or local customs they just read in the books before. Be immersed into the Thai cultures, explore indigenous tribes, uncover traditional arts, meet new Thai friends, learn about the interesting Thai language and enjoy curriculum-related activities are vivid demonstrations in educational trips to Thailand.
As the main transportation hub of Thailand with most flights, buses, and trains passing through, the capital of Bangkok is the first place to touch down and the last to wave goodbye in your Thailand educational adventure. In this vibrant and enthralling city, the urban high-paced lifestyle blends perfectly with the values of the traditional culture. Let your students explore the hustle and bustle of Bangkok by visiting some of the lively floating markets, especially the Amphawa, gain the fascinating insights into the delectable Thai cuisine, and take in the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Wat Arun to get a relaxing introduction to beautiful temples.
This second-largest city of Thailand is a must-see destination in Thailand school trip. Chiang Mai is the gateway to the country’s rich culture north. Throughout years of rapid development, the city has become a dynamic city but still retained various charms within the ancient walls and offered the students an exciting time of learning and experiencing. As the city is full of temples, it seems that every 50 meters of walking you will come across a gleaming wat. Explore some temples, the famous Wat Phra That Doi Suthep for example, and let the students immerse themselves into Thailand’s extraordinary culture. Moreover, a field trip to Thailand also provides an ample opportunity to interact with the elephants in the Elephant Nature Park which is a wonderful sanctuary dedicated to rescuing the huge animals being tortured across Southeast Asia and beyond. Learn to bath and feed elephants for a deeper understanding of the powerful but gentle animals.
do Just about 200km away from the Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai is an ideal destination for the Thailand school trip for your students. The area houses two of Thailand’s oldest temples – the White Temple and the Black Temple. Contrasting to the glistening and dazzling appearance from distance, the white and silver statues inside White Temple are odd depictions of hell with the hands reaching up from below as you walk across the bridge and demons glaring down at you. The Black Temple is even a stranger structure with animals skins and skeletons hung in the walls. Besides, students will be immersed into the marvelous natural scenery of the verdant Thai rice terraces and the orchid- clad hillsides on the picture postcard. Have a one-of-a lifetime experience to witness the Golden Triangle– the border of the three countries Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar in the Mekong River.
Take a drive down the south coast and get ready for a real paradise feeling. The first thing comes up when mentioning the South of Thailand might be the beach. Beaches in this country are the stuff of legend providing the travelers a wide range of choices, from the renowned Phuket and Samui to the new beaches which have gained the growing fame recently like Krabi, Koh Lanta, Koh Phi Phi, Koh Yao, Koh Chang, and Koh Tao. Furthermore, the South has much more to offer students during their Thailand school trip. Many national parks in peninsula Thailand such as the country’s biggest park Kaeng Krachan, or Sam Roi Yot with spectacular views of hundreds of karst peaks and caves are waiting to be explored.
Located on the lower edge of the north region and 474 kilometers away from Bangkok, the province is most famous for the ruins of the ancient city Sukhothai which was the Thai capital during the 13th century. Meaning the “Dawn of Happiness”, this area is a true historical treasure that you do not want students to miss in their Thailand learning adventure. The province also attracts tourists for a large number of places of historical interest such as Sukhothai Historical Park, Ramkhamhaeng National Museum, Ramkhamhaeng National Park, Sri Satchanalai National Park, The Royal Palace, and Wat Mahathat.
To experience the true Thai hospitality, you should look no further than Issan, the collective name for northeastern provinces of Thailand. The people of Issan are so far considered as the friendliest throughout the country. The cuisine of the area is simply so excellent that you do not mind if it is hot. The attractions of Issan can be spread to the Khmer temples in Phimai, Phanom Rung, Muang Ta, Khao Phra Viharn, and much more. It is a perfect destination in Thailand field trip so that the students can learn about not only the historical values but also the local kindness.