Social Groups

Apart from BAMBI, there are a number of social groups for expats in Bangkok and other areas of Thailand.
These groups are not affiliated with BAMBI and this list is offered for reference purposes only.
Please contact each group directly for more information.

If you are seeking support on parenting and other related aspects, please also see the Support Groups listing.


American Women’s Club of Thailand

The American Women’s Club of Thailand offers just what you need to feel at home – whether it’s seeing the sights, making friends, contributing your time to worthy causes, or just having fun. Website:


Chiang Mai Expats Club

CEC is a non-profit social organization operating with a theme of Expats Helping Expats to reside safely and legally in Thailand and to adapt and understand the local customs and traditions. Website:



This group offers meetings with fellow members, such as evenings out, drinks out, coffee meetings Website:


International Women’s Club of Thailand (IWC)

IWC aims to foster friendship and mutual understanding among women of different nationalities through monthly luncheons and other activities. The wives of ambassadors are invited to be honorary members of the club. Every year the club organizes various functions to raise funds to support local charities that aid women and children. Website:


British Women’s Group (BWG)

The ‘BWG’ has been providing a network for expatriate women for more than 40 years in Bangkok. Whether you want to join in fun activities and meet other ladies in Bangkok or become involved in welfare fundraising, Website:


Women With a Mission

Women With a Mission is a private voluntary organization working to make a positive difference in the lives of children living along the Thailand/Myanmar border and families in the region of Chonburi, Thailand. Website:


Samutprakan International Club (SILC)

SILC is one of Bangkok’s longest-standing women’s groups.  It is open to ladies of all nationalities and currently has over 120 members from countries ranging from Argentina through to Zimbabwe. Website: