Hey Thailand volunteers! We know you love visiting Cambodia and the southern Thai islands but have you ever thought about traveling to Singapore?
A semester abroad in Thailand most definitely means lots of sunshine, fresh fruit smoothies, cutie kids…and lots of black? Here’s what you need to know about the Thai King’s death and your ILP semester.
Hey ILP Volunteers traveling in the spring months — you should look into going strawberry picking in your country!
You’ve got to eat bowlfuls of this favorite local dish while you can, so you might as well be eating the very best Pad Thai while in Thailand!
I’ve done both types of trips and I’ve got to say, I always prefer to be gone for an entire semester and here’s why.
If you're having a hard time convincing your parents how great of an experience it would be for you to live in Thailand for a semester, try telling them that they can come visit you! That might change things.
Every semester, we hear tons of stories about experiences ILP volunteers are having that are leaving a lasting impact on them. Instead of keeping them to ourselves, we've decided to share some of the incredible experiences with you! Today, we are here to tell you all about an ILP volunteer's experience in Thailand.
Thailand, we love your white sand beaches and fruit smoothies but that’s not all there is to see here — I mean with a name like Pai (pronounced just like pie), it’s gotta be good right? This little Thai city is a-dorable. Volunteers, come see what this artsy and quirky city has in store for you.
If you travel the world and don't have photos and videos to show it off, it's like it didn't even happen right? If you agree, you better check this out.