Traidhos Visiting Schools Program

Chiang Mai - Thailand

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Annually we welcome around 3,000 students and staff from over fifty schools worldwide.


2017 Trips


22 Dec 2017 Updated about 4 months ago

SEPTEMBER 2017: Ivanhoe Grammar school, Australia


Old City Adventure

Over nine days, students from Ivanhoe Grammar School experienced a mixture of adventure and cultural activities, including biking, cooking, a language lesson, visiting elephants and a trip to a local mountain village to build a wall for a local school.

One of the main cultural experiences of the trip was our Old City Adventure. The students split into two teams and competed to complete as many challenges as they could around the famous “old city” in the heart of Chiang Mai. The challenges require a wide range of skills as you are required to find facts on signs at historical places, complete a checklist of obscure items to photograph, interact with local vendors (and taste some of their local “treats”) and stage themed photographs and videos.

The students put themselves into two teams, created a group name and gesture for themselves ready for the city adventure ahead of them.

Many challenges where completed in the old city. This challenge was a group attempting to spell out Chiang Mai with the help of some other tourists. How did they do?

The adventure took Ivanhoe to some of Chiang Mai’s most impressive temples and the students were able to appreciate the intricateness of the detail in every corner of the buildings – inside and out.

One of the biggest challenges was for the students to try some more traditional Thai foods: durian, grilled liver, century eggs and fermented pork. The more adventures the students were, the more points they won for their team.

After the old city adventure, Ivanhoe continued their adventure of Chiang Mai city by visiting a 3D art museum, a local shopping mall and the hustle and bustle of the popular Night Bazaar. Thank You Ivanhoe for another great trip!


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2018 Visitors


January 18
Multiple Intelligence International School, Philippines
Khartoum International Community School, Sudan
Nord Anglia International School, Dubai
Concordian International School, Bangkok
St. Andrews International School, Bangkok
Yew Chung International School of Shanghai

February 18
KIS International School, Bangkok
Yangon International School, Myanmar
MLC School, Australia
Bromsgrove International School, Bangkok
American International School, Dhaka

March 18
Appleby College, Canada
Creative Secondary School, Hong Kong
The International School of Macau
Australian International School, Hong Kong
Canadian International School, Singapore
Canadian International School of Phnom Penh
Sekolah Bina Persada, Indonesia
Seoul International School, Korea
I Shou International School, Taiwan

April 18
Hume Lake, USA
Beijing World Youth Academy, China

May 18
Seoul Foreign School, Korea
International School of Bangkok

June 18
Somerset College, Australia
Compass Youth Camp
Travel For Teens, USA
Yew Chung International School, Hongkong


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