South East Asia is a a melting pot of cultures. From technologically advanced Singapore to culturally rich Vietnam, from Cambodia with a large Buddhist population to Malaysia with a large Muslim population, South East Asia is where the world of spirituality, religion, technology and history come together. As a result of its diversity, Southeast Asia is abundant of binaries that quicky fuse with one another thus giving us the rich culture and development that this region is known for.
Redwood Edutours to Southeast Asia are across four countries based on themes that tell the tale of the countries specific to a program. Our hope is to teach the students about the journey of development that a country goes through before achieving global prominence.
Spend time with the communities, interacting with them and interviewing them to understand the factors that impede and can help development.
Be a leader, identify your core values and practice your communication skills as you teach children from fragile backgrounds.
Engage with communities to understand the impact of civil wars and past tragedies on the population which has affected the growth of the country.
Collaborate and work with local NGOs on various projects ranging from sanitation, recycling, youth engagement and women empowerment to educate the community about sustainable living
Marvel at the richness of cultural sites that have been identified as world heritages because of their history and grandeur.
Immerse with the communities that you will be working with to enjoy the authenticity of the culture of the place.