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Volunteer opportunities in Asia are plentiful, varied, a fantastic way to give back and the experience of a lifetime.

Asia is such a small world for a massive area of the world that is more culturally and geographically diverse than any other continent.

Each country of Asia has a unique identity and each has its own challenges.

Volunteer opportunities in Asia are an incredible way to see the world and do some good at the same time.

1. Cambodia Childcare Volunteering

Cambodia Childcare Volunteering

For ~£500/$800, you can spend 2 weeks in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, providing much-needed education to disadvantaged children.

In your work at the Cambodia center, you will teach English, art, performing arts, and sports alongside the well-respected team of locals.

In your downtime, you can explore Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, taking in its famed French architecture and experiencing, firsthand, Cambodia’s recovery from their recent tragic past.

Meet locals, renowned for their hospitality and good nature, and change lives in the process.2

All volunteer opportunities in Asia will not only enrich your life but all give you some great skills to enhance your CV/resume.

2. China Giant Panda Conservation

China Giant Panda Conservation

For ~£650/S1000, you can spend 2 weeks near Xi’an, China, taking care of one of the most endangered animals in the world.

In your work at the Giant Panda Conservatory, you will work with panda keepers in caring for the majestic creatures, who are on the endangered species list.

In your downtime, you can explore Xi’an, famous for the Terracotta Warriors, a frozen stone army to behold.

You can also visit the nearby lakes and waterfalls which surround the center.

3. India Himalaya Volunteer

India Himalaya Volunteer

For ~£1100/1800, you can spend 28 days in India’s Himalayas, volunteering in various capacities, from childcare to teaching to special needs assistance.

In your work, you will make a real difference in the lives of the Himalayans.

In your downtime, you can experience real Indian life by staying with a local family.

You can also visit the Taj Mahal, as well as explore Himachal Pradesh.

This trip bundles together an adventure with a volunteer service, by providing you a few days to explore India’s capital, Delhi, and offering a detailed orientation, which includes options for morning yoga sessions, henna workshops and Bollywood dance classes.

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