Bangkok is a vibrant city, in which the old Thai ways and traditions meet the latest trends in fashion and technology. Walking around the streets, you can find old Buddhist temples and hi-tech state-of-the-art skyscrapers literally within a few steps from one another. Modern shopping malls selling international brands as well as local designers can be found side by sine with bustling traditional markets, which represent the traditional ways of trade in Thailand.
Thais are well known around the world for their hospitality. They are an easy-going and fun-loving people, who, due to the well-established Thai tourist industry, are used to deal with visitors of various cultural backgrounds in a very friendly and tolerant way.
Thai people love their country and are therefore happy to introduce their culture to their foreign friends; visitors may well be invited to a temple fair, or to a meal at a friends house, and will find that they are hardly ever made to feel foreign.
Thailand is a hot tropical country, with average temperatures in between 20 and 35 degrees Celsius, and a cycle of three seasons. The cool season November to February is also the high season of Thai tourism, when both Thais and foreign visitors like to travel around the country and enjoy the sonny but mild weather, with temperatures ranging form 20 to 30 degrees Celsius.
Temperatures start rising from early March, and reach their highest peaks in mid-April, coinciding with the songkran festival the old Thai New Year and one of the highlights in the Thai calendar. The weather starts to cool down again with the arrival of the rainy season June to October which sees most of its rainfall in the month of September.
Accommodation is very easy to find, and visitors have a variety of options according to their budget and the length of their stay. Comfortable rooms in guesthouses and hotels can be found with rates starting from 600 baht per day, and are available throughout the city a serviced apartment or a condo, which tend to be for periods ranging from 1 listening and speaking, it is advisable for students who are ready for a longer commitment to also learn the Thai writing system, as most students find out that, after having gone through most of the elementary level, being able to read is very helpful in memorizing vocabulary and the correct intonation for words.
Having reached the intermediate level, it is also advisable to take a challenge with Thai newspapers and magazine articles, the new, films and TV programmer, as not only this is viable language practice, but it also offers interesting insights on Thai culture and society. Learning about culture, in fact, can never be separated from learning about culture, and getting some knowledge of the latest happenings in Thailand will give you more motivation to continue your studies, as well as giving you a chance to have interesting conversations with your Thai friends.

Nisa Thai Language School was founded in 1973 (B.E.2516) and was granted a license from the Ministry of Education on September 29, 1975 (B.E.2518).
From the date it was founded 40 years ago, Mrs. Nisakorn Karchai, the Licensee and Director, has operated the school with progression through out time, leading to popularity and trust from private sectors and foreign organizations and well known among businessmen, government officials and embassies.