Each year we welcome over 2,500 students and staff from schools worldwide.
3-5 April 2017
Captain’s Log – April 3rd
With fine sailing weather and calm waters, students boarded the barge to begin their journey to Ayutthaya, in search of discovering the history of the great ancient city and the importance of the...
24 – 27 January, 2017
Kanchanaburi! Our home for the next few days.
Ambling across the famous Bridge over the River Kwae...
18 -19 March, 2017
The weekend had finally arrived where ISB Girl Scouts climbed upon our barge to explore nature, flowers, trees and water. After reaching the barge and all safety facilities and name games had been addressed the...
16 March 2017
(to be sung to the tune of Teddy-Bears’ Picnic)
If you go down to the mangrove swamp, St.Andrews school you’ll see,
They wander round exploring lots, around the mangrove trees.
15 March 2017
Piyawan Science Day
Aim: To explore the biodiversity of species at Piyawan whilst learning and performing different data collection methods.
Method: After completing an initial land...
15 March 2017
Last week we met Bromsgrove Years 7, 8 and 9 in Bang Pu for a fun filled day of mangrove exploration.
We started the day with a walk around the boardwalks, beginning at the swampy, pneumatophore-filled...
14 March 2017.
Water Exploration Lumpini Park
Early Learning Centre (ELC) Year 2, traveled to Lumpini Park for a one-day trip to explore water. The year two’s started with introductions of themselves to the barge staff through a name game...
12-14 March 2017
Last week we met M2 students from Sirindhorn English Program, Surin on the military base at Sattahip. The children were so excited for a few days of sun, sea and English. Little did they realize that by the end of...
10-12 March 2017
Introduction to Thailand,
Appleby College reached the barge, after spending the night at Holiday Inn Bangkok after a late arrival in the early hours into Bangkok. Once all...
6 - 8 March, 2017
Movies filmed at waterfall
Walking through forest
Play, fun, learn and understand
Smile on the 'two...
March 4 - 6 March 2017
Fern Hill School climbed aboard our barge, after a twenty-two hour journey from Toronto Canada via Hong Kong. Everyone was excited to explore their new home despite the jet lag, and the time difference of 12 hours...
3 March, 2017
Bang Pu- 03/03/17
M- Masters of mangroves for a day became SISB Primary 6
A- Animals and plants found nowhere else, were the specialty of the day
N- Navigating the swamps on boardwalks...
March 1 - 3, 2017
Tips for a great trip in Khao Yai:
- Be very quiet, and you might see three different families of gibbon! (There is one hiding in the photo)
- Challenge yourself to work with new people to create...
27, 28 February 2017
How Technology Influences Nature : On the Barge and exploring clay and Ko Kret
The Barge Program were pleased to welcome ELC year 3 onto the barge for a day of exploring the Chao Phraya River and the island of Ko...
20-24 February 2017
Nord Anglia International School came all the way from Hong Kong to join us in Kanchanaburi last week. We explored the ecology of Kanchanaburi’s forests and mountains, walked through the history of World...
17 February, 2017
The K3 students of Kid's Kingdom spent an exciting day on the barge discovering the Chao Phraya River. They explored how the river has changed over time, and listened to the busy sounds of the river today. A tip for the next time you are listening...
12-16 February, 2017
Regents Bangkok were up in Chiang Mai this week, exploring the local culture and traditions as well as exploring the waters around the high mountains of Doi Inthanon. We slept in a Karen village, chatting and eating with the villagers and exploring...
6 – 10 February, 2017
Prem G7 students joined staff from the Barge Program for a week-long visit introducing conservation and biodiversity at Khao Yai National Park and discovering the ancient history at Ayutthaya.
We started our week considering current...
Excited and eager year 4 students
eXamining the natural world
Plants and animals
Living with nature and cheeky...
31 January – 2 February 2017
Recipe for successful forest detecting in Khao Yai National Park
30 January - 3 February, 6 - 10 February 2017
It was a week to be open-minded, to think about global issues from different viewpoints and to experience new things.
Y6 students kayaked through the mangroves...
26-27 January 2017
Twenty-nine Year 3 students picked up their magnifying glasses and joined the Barge Program staff for a two- day trip to become History Hunters in Ayutthaya. Their mission was to explore the ancient historical sites and discover how people lived in...
25-27 January 2017
ELC, flew to Chiang Mai
Lunch was made at the Traidhos Farm, jungle cooking style.
Elephant Nature Park was visited, feeding...
23, 24, 25 January 2017
Our Chao Phraya River Adventure
Twenty little hands carried their backpacks and headed resiliently and with brave hearts to climb "belly to the barge" to begin their adventure.
The Barge engine started and...
19 - 25 January 2017
Chao Phraya River barge and Khao Yai forest
I am having a fantastic time. When we arrived from China, we went to the wooden barge on the Chao Phraya River. I had so much...
17 - 20 January 2017
For the students of Tara Patana International School it was the the first time they had ever been camping. On arriving at Khao Kitichikut National Park they soon go used to the routine of living under canvas.
The following morning the...
16 – 18, 18 – 20 January 2017
Working with the Barge program ISB G5 students set out to explore and understand the biodiversity of mangroves and the marine environment at Chantaburi.
Visiting Kung Krabane...
11 – 13 January, 2017
Rayong students climbed upon our barge 11 January 2017.
Introduction to compass of sustainability.