Cross-Cultural Solutions offers meaningful internship placements in Bangkok, Thailand. For two to four weeks, participants can engage in summer jobs in the field of Social Work. CCS provides Excursions, Housing, and In-country orientation to all participants.
46 Internships Abroad Programs in Bangkok, Thailand
Worldwide participants can partake in an internship program in Thailand with the Institute for Global Studies. A wide array of programs are available including Environmental Studies, Photography, and Journalism. The internship placement are based in the city of Chiang Mai and Bangkok and placements are available throughout the year.
Complete a well-rounded internship placement in the Bangkok City Ballet (BCB), one of Thailand's finest dance training schools, by joining Performing Arts Abroad internship programs in Thailand. Interns will conduct classes with other dancers and even have the opportunity to work with BCB's professional dancers, so ideas can be mutually reciprocated and both intern and local dancers can learn n...
Indulge in a cross cultural internship abroad experience with i-to-i UK Ltd. Participants will spend 5 months in Bangkok, gain practical teaching experience, receive a monthly allowance and accommodations. The program includes orientation around Bangkok, 2 days of practical TEFL training, social events, and more.
Jump start your career by interning at one of the distinguished companies in Thailand with World Endeavors. Live with a Thai family in Bangkok and explore the rich culture and dynamic lifestyle in the exciting city. Gain practical, hands-on, professional work experience in the field of Medicine, Tourism, Business Administration, and many more.
Open to Kiwi, South African, Australian, Canadian, European and American participants, this program allows individuals to learn about teaching the English language and gain insights on the Thai culture. This program was developed by LoveTEFL Ltd and is situated in five of the most fascinating cities in Thailand including Chiang Mai, Kanchanaburi, and Bangkok.
Each year, thousands of people of all ages from a variety of educational backgrounds become TEFL TESOL certified. In a few months, you could be an International TEFL Academy graduate telling your friends how great it is to live and teach English abroad!
We are looking for three teams of Thai and non-Thai undergraduate and graduate interns from June to early-August 2014. The three groups will develop different projects as follows: 1. Feasibility Study on Vertical Aquaponic Vegetable Garden, Free Range Chicken Farming, and Solar Cell System; 2. Retail Experience Design for DoiTung Lifestyle Shop; and 3. Phahee Coffee Social Enterprise Busin...
The International Career Studies program operates with the help of a number of our Canadian and international partners through which internship placements are organized. As a company, we specialize in helping students find internship programs that will help them gain valuable skills and experience in the workplace. We strive to organize internships that go beyond the classroom and provide pract...
The Asia Internship Programme provides fantastic Internship programmes that allow for individuals to gain valuable professional experience at top companies while exploring wonderful places and developing extensive global networks. Thanks to our work experience and expertise towards South-East Asia, we are able to offer a high quality experience in one of most exiting and fastest growing econ...
A Guide to Bangkok
Bangkok is not a city that people fall in love with at the first sight. This is a place that you need to adjust to. Crazy traffic, streets packed with people 24/7, nobody speaking English…it can be tough, but you should give it a chance because once you look beyond all that craziness, you will discover a picturesque city full of contrast between history, culture, and religion on one side, and modern commerce, cuisine, nightlife, and shopping on the other.
On every corner you will encounter a rich depth of history, religion, and culture. There are hundreds of unexpected shrines on the bustling city sidewalks and prolific temples with some of the most famous religious figures in the world, such as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha at the Grand Palace, or the ethereal Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho. Most people who travel to Thailand fall in love with this country’s culture and overall behavior of the Thai people. Thai culture is very refreshing as people are usually very friendly, relaxed, and tend to smile a lot.
Don’t be scared to try delicious Thai street food. It’s healthy, appetizing and perfectly safe. Many tourists come to Thailand and avoid eating street food, simply because they don’t trust it and are afraid they will get sick. However, if you are in Thailand you must try authentic Thai food and the street food stalls are exactly where you will find it. If you are worried you will get sick just keep in mind that Thai food uses a lot of spices that kill germs and bacteria in food. And always order rice with your meal as Thai people believe that it keeps your stomach settled.
It is very easy to navigate around the city. Taxis are cheap, but not always the quickest way to get from point A to point B because of the heavy traffic. However, if you have never taken a crazed ride through a city in a Tuk Tuk, it is a perfect way to travel around – if you do not get car sick too easily! Don’t forget to also negotiate your price!
If you decide to travel around the city using its skytrain, subway system or buses, avoid rush hours as no matter how these are full, they will always try to fit one more person in—always.
The best way to explore the city is to take the tourist boat down the Chao Phraya River and discover Bangkok as it once was. Visit thriving Chinatown, the famous Grand Palace. Have lunch at one of the street food stalls and then head to the lesser known tourist attraction of Golden Mount (Wat Saket) which is considered by many to be a true jewel of Bangkok. A gentle climb to the top gives excellent views of the city whilst the temple holds true to Buddhism in its architecture and artifacts.
After you visit the temple and enjoy the stunning views, head back to the city center by jumping into one of the boats and take a ride through Bangkok canals, traveling through the city like a true local and enjoying the views of small family farms and orchid nurseries. This type of transportation is faster, more convenient and efficient than the land route, and definitely very, very unique. After an exhausting day, consider relaxing and enjoying a traditional Thai massage at one of many city’s massage parlors. A perfect way to end a busy day.
Sometimes, Bangkok feels like a long, uninterrupted bazaar where one can buy whatever one can imagine. Therefore, after you visit the city’s most famous landmarks, you should visit one of many Bangkok’s markets. Some of the best late night markets are Saphan Phut, Patpong Night Market, and Asiatique. Floating markets include Taling Chan Market, Bang Ku Wiang Market, Tha Kha, and Damnoen Saduak. If you are in the city over the weekend, then Chatuchak weekend market is a must. It is considered to be one of Asia’s biggest markets with more than 6,000 stalls that occupy the space of over five football fields.
Bangkok is also known for its infamous nightlife in districts such as Soi Cowboy, Patpong, and Nana. Also visit Soi 11 for interesting restaurants, street bars, and clubs. If you prefer something more fancy, but still affordable, go to one of the best rooftop bars in the city -- called Cloud 47 -- where you can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the city.
Travelers and interns are able to unwind and have a holiday that is both exotic and foreign in Thailand. So what are you waiting for? Enjoy!