When you enter the end of term holidays as an international teacher, you’ll have access to some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Deciding where to teach abroad can be a difficult decision, especially when presented with this choice.
That’s why we are here to help with a few of our favourite, most stunning destinations for teaching abroad.
Vietnam is a land of staggering natural beauty, offering stunning beaches, terraced rice fields and limestone mountains. This country has more than 2000 miles of coastline with countless white sandy beaches, secluded coves and clear waters perfect for snorkelling. Halong Bay is an amazing natural wonder and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. The stunning bay is popular with tourists due to the 1,600, mostly uninhabited, limestone islands and islets. The combination of the lush colours of the islands and the turquoise ocean certainly make this area Instagram worthy.
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Dubai is claimed to be the world’s fastest-growing city and there is nowhere on earth quite like it. Over four decades this city has developed into one of the most futuristic, striking and glamourous locations on the planet. The iconic skyline is made up of awe-inspiring skyscrapers, such as the Burj Khalifa which has achieved the title of the tallest building in the world. The city not only offers ultra-modern luxury but also a fascinating cultural past. The old town centre is a labyrinth of souks and traditional Arabic architecture. The mixture of old and new make Dubai one of the most exciting and beautiful cities.
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While Paris is known as the ‘city of love’, it can now also claim the title of the most beautiful city in the world according to a recent survey by Flight Network. This iconic city boasts famous architecture such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and the Arc de Triomphe, to name a few! As well as these tourist hotspots, you can find quaint cobblestoned streets with cafes and bookshops on every corner. There are 32 bridges in Paris crossing the river Seine, which flows through the heart of Paris. Pont Neuf is the oldest bridge, built in 1578 and has been a subject for many artists and poets ever since.
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This cosmopolitan city-state is home to a rich multicultural population, making it a fascinating and beautiful destination. It is known as ‘the Garden City’ due to the lush gardens weaving throughout the urban landscape. According to the Environmental Performance Index, Singapore was ranked as the most environmentally friendly country in Asia and 14th in the world. The Gardens by the Bay is a popular tourist attraction which is home to three stunning waterfront gardens and the incredible Supertrees. These amazing structures vary between 25-50 metres tall and feature tropical flowers and a solar-powered light show.
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