Why choose TeachInAsia?

With operational centre based in Hong Kong and recruitment centers around the world, Teach In Asia is your best choice in delivering you the best opportunity to teach in schools and learning centres in Asia, gain enriching work and life experience and valuable transferable skills and be fully immersed in the daily reality of Asia. We provide a number opportunities in various cities across Asia that includes Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Singapore, etc. Our teaching partners include a wide range of educational institutions including private language and learning centres and local and international schools.

Our services:

TIA focuses on recruiting native English speaking instructors in teaching roles for reputable educational institutions across Asia. Our candidate services include matching you the most suitable opening according to your preferences, pre-departure supports (including visa application, orientation), logistic arrangement, accommodation services and post-departure supports (including local language classes and social network events that helps you settle in quickly).

We believe candidates are our valuable assets and we try our best to help you settle in your workplace so that you can enjoy your experience in working and exploring in the East.      

Who needs us?

If you are:

  • A native English speaker willing to pursue a teaching career abroad
  • Someone patient, creative, enthusiastic and enjoy working with kids
  • Someone adventurous and looking to experience the different cultures in Asia

Interested to teach in Asia?

Submit your CV here and our representative will contact you shortly


Teach in amazing cities in Asia


Top places to teach in Asia


Hong Kong

An amazing vibrant city in the east, also known as the Oriental Pearl. As a Special Administrative Region of China, it is one of the world's leading financial, banking and trading centers. Situated on the southeast coast of China, the city occupies an area of 1,100 square kilometers. Hong Kong is a city which blends harmoniously with Chinese traditions and exotic influences. On one hand traces of British culture can be found everywhere as a result of former colonial rule. On the other hand, the city preserves traditional customs and the core values of Confucianism from ancient China.



Once a British colony, Singapore is a city-state in Southeast Asia that has become one of the world's most prosperous counties. The cosmopolitan is comprised of a medley of Chinese, Malay and Indian influences. Singapore is also home to many expatriates coming from countries as diverse as North America, Australia, Europe, China, Japan and India.



A renowned international metropolis drawing more and more attention from all over the world. Situated on the estuary of Yangtze River, it serves as the most influential economic, financial, international trade, cultural, science and technology center in East China. In addition to its modernization, the city's multicultural style endows it with a unique glamour. In Shanghai, you can also find the perfect blend of cultures, the modern and the traditional, and the western and the oriental. Modern skyscrapers and old Shikumen together draw the skyline of the city.



The capital of Zhejiang province and its political, economic and cultural center. The city is well known as "Heaven on Earth" and one of China's most important tourist venues with enchanting natural beauty and abundant cultural hertiages. The City is 180 kilometers from Shanghai and is located on lower reaches of Qiantang River in southeast China, a superior position in the Yangtze Delta. It has a subtropical monsoon type climate with four quite distinct seasons.



Located in the southern portion of the Guangdong Province, on the eastern shore of the Pearl River Delta. Neighboring Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. Shenzhen's location gives it a geographical advantage for economic development. As the first Special Economic Zone since 1980, the city has become one of the fastest economic growth cities in China.



Taipei is the bustling centre of Taiwan's commerce, tourism, government and culture. Nonetheless, the cosmopolitan metropolis manages to strike a fine balance between business and beauty, chaos and convenience. Taipei embraces both modernity and traditional values passed down through generations. The city’s natural beauty and the locals' charming hospitality make Taipei one of the most livable places in Asia.



Located on one of southeastern Asia's most important rivers, the Chao Phraya, Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and the most populous city in the country; it is also the Thailand’s spiritual, cultural, diplomatic, commercial, and educational hub. Bangkok is consistently among the world’s most visited cities. Also known as “Venice of the East”, Bangkok offers visitors the opportunity to experience fascinating glimpses of Thailand’s unique culture amidst the bustle of a dynamic metropolis.


Kuala Lumpur

A perfect representation of the harmoniously multi-racial Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur has progressively transformed into one of the most developed capital cities of Southeast Asia. Against the backdrop of historic temples and mosques rub and space-age towers and shopping malls, the city hosts remarkable cultural diversity from the three largest ethnics of the country – Malay, Chinese and Indian.