Aside from finding a place to stay, which we have covered in the accommodation options section, you will find that there are a number of other exciting challenges waiting to greet you as you make yourself a part of the Thai way of life.
Although English is widely understood in the tourist-circuit, you will often find yourself in areas of Bangkok where you'll find a few Thai phrases easier than sign language when you want to buy a bottle of water or a bag of freshly cut tropical fruit. As the latest addition to Bangkok's melting-pot of diversity, you will quickly pick up these phrases and just a few short weeks later, you will be able to impress new arrivals with your ability to say a few short words at a roadside food-stall and, 5 minutes later, be enjoying a huge meal for less than 50 Baht!
You will never be alone. In Thailand, people are everywhere and the Thai people — world renowned for their hospitality — are always eager to help a foreigner to integrate into their culture.
Chichester College Thailand
1st (Ground) Floor
Muangthai Phatra Complex
252/193 Ratchadaphisek Road
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COVID-19: The Thai government has declared a state of emercency due to COVID-19. The training centre will therefore be closed until April 30th. Emails will be answered as usual during this time.
We are located just 4 minutes by foot from the MRT Suthisan underground (subway) train station.
You are welcome to drop by any time, but please email us using the contact form to make an appointment if you'd like to talk to a trainer.