BHLS Experience

Student Life in Thailand

Why study in Thailand as an International Student

Thailand has always been an independent country, therefore it has developed a culture of diplomatic mastery and exceptional hospitality. Thailand is known as the “land of smiles” for the friendliness of its people. However, friendliness of the local people is far from the only reason to study in Thailand; Thailand offers many benefits and draws for international students.

Thailand has one of the strongest economies in Southeast Asia, and is experiencing rapid changes in modern society. The cost of living is extremely low, making it the perfect destination for international students on a budget who want to make the most of their limited funds. 

BHLS provides international study programs at an affordable rate.

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Thailand is a blend of ancient and modern culture. In its cities, international businesses exist side-by-side with Buddhist temples and outdoor markets. Thailand blends its past and present, and each balances the other out perfectly, providing diversity and opportunity. Thailand is perfect for international students interested in business, hospitality and history.

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Thailand Buddha
Thailand Market
Thailand Resort

More Reasons to Study in Thailand

Nature – Thailand has some of the most breathtaking views in the world. From tropical beaches to picturesque mountains, Thailand has something for everyone!

Food – Thai food is delicious, varied, and usually very cheap. Healthier with lots of tropical fruits and vegetables.

Weather – Thailand’s weather is generally pleasant year round. It is tropical, and generally experiences six months or more of blue skies during the dry season. Thailand’s weather makes it a popular destination for students studying abroad during the winter.

Beaches – Beaches in Thailand are some of the most beautiful in the world. No matter where you are in Thailand, you are never very far from a beach.

Location – Thailand is located at the international crossroads of Southeast Asia, making it easy for international students to explore Southeast Asia.

Things To Do in Thailand

Visit the Grand Palance

Take a Street Food Tour

Go Scuba Diving

Visit Aquariums and Animal Sanctuaries

Visit Buddha Statues and Temples

Go Shopping

Shop in the Fruits & Vegetable Markets

Shop at the Night Markets

Visit the Floating Market

Go Snorkeling

Try Paragliding

Water Sports – Jet Skis, Banana Boat

Water Parks

Experience Thai Cuisine

Experience Thai Hospitality

Learn How to Cook Thai Food

Get a Massage


So Many Activities …



Phuket, Thailand

Green Elephant Sanctuary Park – amazing sanctuary with elephants which you can feed, watch them take mud baths and being wash
Monkey Hill – two idyllically located restaurants nestled amid the monkeys
Tiger Kingdom Phuket – great place to hang out with tigers
Soi Dog Foundation – provides medical care for animals all around Thailand

Big Buddha – the creation and construction of this giant Buddah commenced after the 2004 catastrophic event
Chaithararam Temple (Wat Chalong) – beautiful architecture

Sunday Walking Street Market (Lard Yai) – stalls and food stalls ranging from local thai to fusion to Japanese
Phuket Weekend Night Market – experience the night market
Chillva Market – range of exotic foods; deep fried prawns, noodles, pork buns, fruit, sweets, insects & scorpions
Naka Market – fresh, tasty, cheap street food

Student Clubs

Students have organized the following clubs:

  • Club for Social and Cultural Events – Members coordinate outings to various social and cultural events in the surrounding area and different parts of Switzerland; such as, The Phuket International Boat Show, The Bay Regatta, Wat Chalong Fair, Chinese New Year in Phuket, Phuket Old Town Festival, Thao Thepkasattri-Thao Sri Suntorn Festival, Phuket Bike Week, Songkran Festival, to name a few
  • The Tourist Club – Members coordinate tours around the surrounding areas and weekend tours to various cities in Thailand, visit the grand palace in Bagkok, visit temples in Chiang Mai, visit Sukhothai  Thailand’s capital in the 13th century, visit Kanchanaburi to see the Bridge Over the River Kwai, explore Erwan National Park and make time to hike to the Erwan Falls. just to name a few 
  • Public Speaking Club – Develop public speaking skills of the club members
  • Book Club – Students read and discuss books they have chosen
  • Food Club – Members enjoy Thai and international cuisines by going to restaurants they have chosen, meet with chefs when possible and visit exotic fruit farms and learn how to cook Thai food
  • Scuba Diving / Snorkeling Club – Members dive and snorkel around Phuket island