Thailand's Best Schools: Rugby School Thailand

Rugby School Thailand


A unique British international school in Thailand. With the ethos: ‘the whole person, the whole point’ means that while academic excellence lies at the heart of the Rugby School experience, sport, music, art, drama and co-curricular activities are in no way peripheral. Every child has space to thrive in this glorious Chonburi campus with its first class facilities.

Rugby School Thailand is leading the way in a new era of international schools in Thailand. Opened in 2017, the school's 80-acre state-of-the-art campus sits in the majestic, rolling countryside of Thailand’s Eastern Seaboard near Pattaya, Chonburi, and the educational experience here is based on the expansive mindset and traditional values of a 450-year-old British private school model, Rugby School, England, founded in 1567 during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Rugby is one of the world’s most famous and successful co-educational boarding schools: Rugby School, England.

Rugby School Thailand is at once traditional and modern. Rugby School Thailand's aim is to become a benchmark for international education in Thailand, Asia and the rest of the world. Rugby believe's "Real Education needs Real Space". 

At Rugby school, the facilities provide your children with the best learning environment for academic, music, sports and drama. Sports: 11 km bike track, 4 swimming pools (toddler, 25m pool, 50m pool), 10 football fields plus track and field, 7 tennis courts, indoor gym and basketball courts. Music: 400 seats and 250 seats music and drama hall, Science building, Art building...and more.

Address: 7, Khao Mai Kaeo, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri 20150, Thailand.


School website: RugbySchool Thailand



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Bangkok is Thailand's most populous city and its metropolitan region is home to about 14 million people. You'll love how cosmopolitan the city is and how rich the cultural opportunities are. From food, to fashion, to entertainment you have a multi-cultural masterpiece all around you. Tourists can spend weeks in Bangkok, but if you only have a few hours or days, be sure not to miss the The Grand Palace, Patpong Night Market, Jim Thompson House, Wat Arun and the beauty of the Chao Phraya River.

 

Tourism advice: Tourism Thailand


 

Handmade Silks and Museum House.

Some of the best silk clothes, accessories, ties and home furnishings are found at Jim Thompson. Truly a silk fashion house of international renown, the iconic brand and heritage house, founded in 1959, is situated in the heart of the city. Hand-made silks, along with a bespoke collection of garments for both men, women and children await. In the same location as theJim Thompson Museum, the Jim Thompson Art Center houses an awesome collection

Address: 6 Kasem San 2 Alley, Wang Mai, Pathum Wan District, Bangkok 10330, Thailand.


Website: Jimthompson.com

 

 

The Grand Palace and Temple of the Golden Buddha.

Situated in the heart of Bangkok’s Rattanakosin Island, the gleaming spires of the Grand Palace are conveniently located nearby Bangkok’s most spectacular temples, including the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo), the Temple of Dawn (Wat Arun), and Wat Pho, which features an enormous reclining Buddha. Established in 1782 The Grand Palace consists of royal and throne halls and working government offices. The renowned Temple of the Emerald Buddha is also within the Palace grounds. These iconic destinations are top attractions to all visitors who travel to Bangkok.

 

Visiting information: The Grand Palace