We operate in over 15 provinces across Thailand,
providing locations close to your school and further afield.
History & Culture
Parks & Gardens
Chao Phraya River
Travelling along the Chao Phraya River, students work aboard the floating classroom and investigate sites and habitats along the river. The barge can transport students between Bangkok and Ayutthaya.
Students can consider the relationship between people and mountains or different forms of agriculture, explore the issues associated with tourism and pressures on the land, and complete globalisation studies or scientific soil and water testing.
Students may have the opportunity to visit different hill tribe communities and experience true Lanna culture.
Students will explore Thailand's largest wetland ecosystem and discover the environmental and economic benefits of Bueng Boraphet.
A world-famous archaeological site with preserved artefacts of civilization 5000 years ago. Students look at reasons for settlement and hunt for evidence of their lifestyle. Students can work together in a mock-up archaeological dig and also try making pottery to understand the processes that have been taking place for thousands of years.
Visit this UNESCO World Heritage Historical Park to learn about the former Kingdom and architecture of this ancient capital. Students can enjoy a local village homestay and try making traditional crafts.
Students discover Thailand's first National Park, and can consider the biodiversity, adaptations, and the role of the forest. Issues of park management issues can be explored and there is the opportunity to undertake fieldwork and collect data for science and geography based projects.
Students can learn about the construction of the Thai-Burma Railway and also visit Hellfire Pass and the PoW War Cemetery to provide a poignant insight into the World War in South East Asia. They can explore settlements and natural environments also.
Students study famous places that influenced Thai literature and the history of King Naresuan or explore rice planting and traditional farming techniques.
Students visit the former capital of Siam, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to explore the role Ayutthaya played in trade routes and the attack by the Burmese. Students can consider settlement patterns. Travel on our floating classroom from Bangkok to reach Ayutthaya for extra fun!
The small National Park of Khao Chamao gives the opportunity for students to walk the forest and carry out forest activities. Community investigations and traditional crafts can also take place.
Students can walk the mangrove boardwalks, study mangroves, bird watching, and explore coastal sea defences. Mangrove forest restoration work is available.
Students learn about marine ecosystems, coral reefs and mangrove forests. Students discuss sustainability, the global issues of overfishing and the ethical value of aquariums. There is an opportunity to include camping in Khao Kitchikut National Park.
Students can explore a vast diversity of marine ecosystems: estuaries, rivers, rocky shores, sandy beaches, sea grass, coral and mangroves. Opportunities to conduct academic fieldwork.
Students can investigate the impacts of tourism and human activity on the environment, and explore rubber plantations, fishing communities, limestone caves and mangroves in a beautiful setting.
Samae San provides a marine environment with the opportunity for students to investigate fishing villages, consider the implication of turtle conservation, discover the work of a percula farm as well as explore the underwater world while snorkelling.
Students explore coastal communities, natural resources and traditional harvesting techniques of sea salt, coconut palm sugar, hoi lot and nipa palm. Visits to a mangrove forest and solar farm can also be included.
Students engage with local communities involved in community based tourism and participate in local adventure sports whilst investigating how the SDGs are being achieved through local action.