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Ban Phe is the perfect choice for anyone looking to experience a very authentic slice of Thai culture. This quiet and relaxing fishing village sits alongside the Gulf of Thailand’s beautiful beaches, yet has somehow escaped the tourist trappings of nearby Pattaya and Bangkok. And if an island adventure is on your list of things to do, Ban Phe is the jumping off point for idyllic, Ko Samet (Samet Island) while Ko Chang (Elephant Island) is only a morning’s journey away.
Immerse yourself in Ban Phe and you immerse yourself in Thai life. Enchanting and exciting, taking a teacher training course in Ban Phe will no doubt prove to be a rewarding experience.
You’ll not only learn how to teach, you’ll witness a very real pocket of Thai culture.
TEFL International’s course in Ban Phe consists of a large office located near countless Mom-and-Pop shops as well as neighborhood restaurants and public transport links. All training facilities needed to successfully complete your course will be provided. We also offer accommodation options as well as a Thai restaurant (Western dishes also available).
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