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Thailand

Located in South-East Asia, Thailand is known for its tropical beaches, royal palaces, tuk-tuks and spas. Thailand is one of the most visited South-East Asian nations. Thais are typically very respectful, open-minded and are among the friendliest people in the world. Family is a big part of one’s life in Thailand. Your Thai au pair is likely to have 3 siblings. Thais [Read more...]

Thailand

Located in South-East Asia, Thailand is known for its tropical beaches, royal palaces, tuk-tuks and spas. Thailand is one of the most visited South-East Asian nations. Thais are typically very respectful, open-minded and are among the friendliest people in the world.

Family is a big part of one’s life in Thailand. Your Thai au pair is likely to have 3 siblings. Thais are very caring and will help their parents taking care of their younger siblings or look after their neighbor’s or friend’s children as well. Thais will live with their parents until their start their first job.

English is taught at an early age by Thai teachers, from primary school to high school. Grammar and writing skills are emphasized; therefore most of Thais are better in writing than speaking. However, they know a lot of vocabulary and Thai au pairs improve their spoken English very quickly when they arrive in the United States.

School education in Thailand is 12 years long and is free to students going to public schools. Parents put a priority on education for their children. Most Thais are college graduates. Education coursework during the program year is very important for your Thai au pair.

A driver’s license can be obtained at 18 years old, after taking a written and practical exam. Many Thais will use public transportation if they live in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, as it is well developed and is a popular way of transportation there. Thais living outside of the capital will drive their own car. Thais are used to driving small vehicles, on a rainy weather, on highways or in the country side. However, they don’t have much experience in driving in the snow! It is always recommended that you discuss your driving needs with au pairs during the interview process.

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Siraporn, Au pair from Thailand
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Siraporn (23)

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English & Thai
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Early August 2017
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