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The gateway to South East Asia, Thailand has long been considered a favorite destination by travelers all over the world. It’s a country steeped in historic culture with sacred monastic ruins and beautifully restored temples, exotic islands, sublime mountain scenery, amazing nightlife, a tradition of unmatched kindness and hospitality to visitors not to mention one of the world’s most delicious cuisines. The opportunity to immerse yourself in Thai culture is one you don’t want to miss. You will be rewarded with extraordinary friendships, a fresh perspective on the world and, over time, an intercultural awareness that is only possible through living, working, and breathing a culture. As a participant in a Cultural Extremes placement in Thailand, you will be helping to improve the quality of life in communities that could normally not afford the skills a native English-speaker can offer.
The majority of Cultural Extremes placements are located in small towns in Rayong Province, along the eastern seaboard of Thailand about 200 km south east of Bangkok. Having once relied on fishing and agriculture for its economy, Rayong Province is rapidly becoming an industrial area. The coastal region of the province has over 100km of beaches and coves with beautiful tropical islands just offshore. The interior is home to scenic mountains interspersed with flat plains, forested land, fruit and rubber plantations as well as the beautiful Khao Chamao National Park.
Mention Egypt and most people immediately conjure up images of ancient civilizations and the great monuments of the Nile Valley. Indeed, travelers have been marveling at the historic wonders of Egypt for thousands of years. Now modern life very much co-exists with its grand past opening up the opportunity to explore Egypt on a much wider scale. From the diversity of the Sinai desert including lush oases to the striking underwater life of the red sea to magnificent Mediterranean beaches, Egypt continues to impress.
The Cultural Extremes placement is located in the beautiful city of Alexandria. Alexandria is a unique fusion of history and cosmopolitan living situated on the periphery of the bright blue Mediterranean Sea. Already a blend of cultures in itself, the city makes for a distinctive intercultural experience. The influence of the Mediterranean, the Middle East, Islam and Coptic Christianity are all apparent. Amble aimlessly through the streets and immerse yourself in the extraordinary kindness and generosity of the Egyptian people. The richness and complexity of Egypt is epitomized here in this historic and grand city.
Namaskar, welcome to incredible India, where culture Volunteer in Indiaechoes, tradition speaks, beauty enthrals and diversity delights. Bounded by the majestic Himalayan ranges in the north and edged by an endless stretch of golden beaches, India is a vivid kaleidoscope of landscapes, magnificent historical sites and royal cities, misty mountain retreats, colourful people, rich cultures and festivities. The timeless mystery and beauty of India has been waiting for you for 5000 years, always warm and inviting, a place of infinite variety - one that favours you with different facets of its fascination every time you visit India.
The Cultural Extremes placement is located in Kolkata and other cities in West Bengal, Orissa. In 1690, Job Charnok, an employee for the East India Company chose this site (now known as Kolkata) for a British trade settlement. The site was selected carefully, being protected by the Hooghly River on the west, a creek to the north, and by salt lakes about two and a half miles to the east. At the time there were three large villages along the east bank of the river Ganges, named, Sutanuti, Gobindapur and Kalikata. These three villages were bought by the British from local land lords.Eventually, these three villages merged together to form the present day city of Kolkata.
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