Pupils and teachers found themselves in international destinations such as London, Bali and Cambodia, as well as domestic ones like Krabi, Northern Thailand, Ban Maelid and various places in Pattaya itself.
The activities at these locations tested students both mentally and physically as well as requiring teamwork and thinking outside the box. Rock climbing and caving were just two activities that challenged Regents students to the limit and in between long, physically exhausting days, students slept very well indeed!
One lucky group flew to London as part of a theatre trip. Attending such locations as the famed West End, Harry Potter studios and other tourist destinations such as the London Eye, students had a ball. Many on the trip had never travelled very far outside Thailand, but thrived in their new surroundings; taking in all London had to offer.
Back in Pattaya, many pupils took a dive course, went go-karting, volunteered at the local dog shelter and had an international day with activities such as henna painting and much more.