"This Group is for Sharing News and Information that a Foreign Teacher may be interested."
"Eatigo is a restaurant reservation app which offers time-based discounts of up to 50% off, every day at all of its 4500+ restaurants. "
Although this is a commercial enterprise this blog post gives good detailed information about getting started in Thailand and all the whole process of finding a teaching job. Written by someone who has lots of experience living and working in Thailand.
"My name is Richard Barrow (ริชาร์ด แบร์โรว์) and I am a British expat living here in Thailand for twenty-five years. I have been blogging about life and travel in Thailand since 1998. I also post daily on social media on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. I do all of this for fun. None of my websites have any advertising or sponsorship. My day job is teaching. I have been a teacher in Thailand since 1994. In fact, I have been teaching at the same Thai school since the first day I arrived in Thailand."
This British couple have many useful guides about Teaching Abroad destinations around the world. There blog posting on Thailand gets across the basics about job search, visas etc.
Christine is an American writer and editor who taught English and travelled in Thailand in 2016. In her blog she has a section which documents her experiences during her time in Thailand.
"Bangkok 101 is your ultimate guide to Thailand's capital and beyond! Part travel guide, part city magazine we let you know the best restaurants to eat at; the coolest bars to drink at; the most luxurious spas to relax at; the hippest clubs to shake your booty at; and the most interesting art galleries to stand around and stroke your chin at."
"Expat Life in Thailand is a community lifestyle magazine for expats (expatriate – a person who has citizenship in at least one country, but who is living in another) living in Thailand with an appetite and a zest for the best of life!"
"The Thailand subreddit is a place where you can share links and content relating to Thailand, such as: Thai culture & lifestyle, Thai news (politics, business, sports, etc.), Tourism (locations, tips, etc.), Thai language learning resources, Expat tips (visas, locations, etc.), Meetups!, and all other things related to Thailand"
"Bangkok Expat Families is here to promote creativity and foster positive learning experiences for babies and children through sharing, whilst providing an information and support network to all families throughout Thailand."
"This group was created because currently there is no group specifically named 'Expats & Locals Living in Chiang Mai.' There are several other great groups but they are not as easily accessible to expats fresh off the boat.. this group's aim is to be community focused and negativity and comment wars are not to be tolerated."
"Please add yourself to the group for general chat or just to tell someone they are a dick!! Enjoy this completely uncensored group!! Oh and we buy/sell stuff and inform on general phuket stuff."
"Pattaya Expats Club – the original foreigner’s advice forum in Thailand, with members e-newsletters continuously since 2001. Our Club, and our website www.pattayaexpatsclub.info, is dedicated to all of us expats enjoying the good life in Pattaya."
"Here at TakeMeTour, we believe that experiencing a local’s lifestyle is the best way to explore a country, hence we connect these locals to you with our platform. Enabling you to find out more about our Local Experts personally and our local culture. We wanted to go one step further, to make ourselves your one-stop centre in Thailand, thus we then included attraction tickets, airport transfers and SIM cards purchases into our product offerings."
"My name is Roy Cavanagh and I’ve been fortunate enough to live in Thailand and travel to just about every province in the Kingdom over a number of years. Thaizer.com is where I share my knowledge and experience with you. Just like any country, Thailand has its good points and its bad points and I try to offer honest and practical advice."
"We started Tieland to Thailand as a way to casually share with our friends and family what life was like as expats living on the other side of the world (quite literally), but it has evolved into so much more. It has become a blog that inspires, informs, and empowers travelers who are curious about what it’s like to leave society’s “normal life” behind and travel around and live in Thailand."
"Looking for the nearest public transport in Bangkok? The 'Next Station - Bangkok Navigator' app shows BTS, MRT, BRT and Airport Link stations on one map. Find your current location and search for destinations, then decide which is the best form of public transport to take!"
Another Taxi app being used in Thailand
Grab offers regular GrabCars, metered GrabTaxis, or whichever of the two comes quickest using JustGrab – plus premium GrabCar Plus rides, passenger motorbike taxis with GrabBike, and its GrabExpress courier service.
LINE MAN is an on demand assistant app with five main services; Food delivery, Taxi service, Postal service, Messenger service, Convenience goods.
The most popular messenger app used in Thailand.
This is another company that provides teachers and curricula to schools all across Thailand and currently they partner with over 40 schools. The placement service they provide for teachers includes training. Teachers can apply for positions online.
This site has a comprehensive list of the International schools in and around Bangkok. These schools are reviewed and verified.
This large global chain of English learning institutes has 14 branches in Thailand offering robust and refined English courses for adult learners. Teachers can look at recruitment opportunities on their website.
The first campus of this university opened in Bangkok in 1995 and since then they have established two more. With a globally minded faculty and international curriculum there are opportunities for qualified English teachers.
Part of one of the largest global language schools, IH Thailand has been operating since 1999. The centers offer a variety of courses and all teachers that work there are CELTA qualified. To find out more information and apply for positions visit their website.
A modern and fast-growing language school with 4 locations in Bangkok. They offer classes for all ages and levels and not just for English but other languages too. For job opportunities see the Careers section of their site.
This company has been running programs with its own curriculums and teachers in schools across Thailand since 2000. They recruit teachers directly themselves and manage the whole process themselves. Teachers can apply through the website.
"An open forum for general discussion about Thailand and a great place to sell/buy unwanted items or find a new place to rent!"