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PLS Mannequin Challenge video

If you spend a lot of time online, you’re probably very familiar with the Mannequin Challenge, a trend that’s taking over the web right now. In case you haven’t come across the videos before, basically people stay frozen – like a mannequin – while the camera moves around.

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Loy Krathong Festival, November 6, 2014

Tomorrow, November 6, is Loy Krathong. ‘Loy’ means to float and ‘Krathong’ is the name of the lotus-shaped rafts used in the festival. It’s a day to offer thanks to the Water Goddess and apologise for polluting the water. It’s also to a chance to send away your bad

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12 August: National Mother’s Day & HM the Queen’s birthday

Today, 12 August, Thailand celebrates Her Majesty Queen Sirikit Kitiyakara’s 82nd birthday. HM Queen Sirikit is often called the Mother of the Nation, so it is very fitting that 12 August is also celebrated as National Mother’s Day. Celebrations will take place at Saphan Hin tonight from 5pm,

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Travel insurance scheme for tourists

Every visitor to Thailand should make sure they have travel insurance to cover their stay. Hopefully you’ll never have to use it but it’s important to be prepared, just in case. Most people arrange their insurance at home before they leave but for those who are still

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Building a strong foundation in Thai

For the last 2 weeks, Richard, Virginia and David have been learning the basics of the Thai language in our Thai Foundation course. They’ve covered a lot in a short space of time and can now count, ask questions, make small talk and much more in Thai!

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Meet our new English teacher

PLS is excited to welcome Alex to our outstanding team of English teachers! After earning his degree at St. Thomas University in New Brunswick, Canada, Alex decided a change of scenery was needed. He’d always wanted to live on a tropical island so the decision to move

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National Children’s Day

National Children’s Day has been celebrated in Thailand since October 1955, following the proclamation of the Universal Children’s Day on 20 November by the United Nations General Assembly in 1954.  The first National Children’s Day was celebrated in Thailand on 03 October 1955.  In 1963 the date

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The visa run

If you are studying with Patong Language School for either your TEFL certificate or to develop your Thai, English, German or Japanese language skills, you will need the relevant visa to enter the country. We can help with the process of obtaining your ED or Non-immigrant B

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