Asia is a continent rich in nature and culture, and promises visitors a unique and memorable stay. In India, for example, you will find beautiful landscapes, exceptional architecture and rich and aromatic food unlike any other cuisine in the world. Thailand is often referred to as the ‘Land of Smiles’ due to its friendly and open locals, and this ensures anyone travelling there will feel more than welcome, which makes it an ideal destination for gap year students travelling alone for the first time.
Volunteering in Asia not only gives you the opportunity to experience the wonders of the continent though, it also allows you to provide valuable aid to its inhabitants.
60% of the world’s current population can be found in Asia, and a staggering 920 million of these people are living in poverty, so for those interested in community volunteering, the Burmese Community Programme in Thailand may be ideal for you. Asia also boasts an immense variety of wildlife, and work is needed to protect it. The Asian Elephant, for example, is endangered, and Work & Volunteer provides animal lovers with the opportunity to support their protection, for example through working in Thailand as an Elephant Protection Volunteer.
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