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Bangkok, Thailand has rapid growth in modernization; it is reflected in their cityscape and urban society. Each year, an estimated 11 million international visitors visit the red-light districts, temples, Vimanmek Palace Complex and Grand Palace. Tourist learns to love Bangkok’s way of living and decided to migrate. Bangkok has a large influx of foreign immigrants, expatriates and long-term residents. This includes Chinese, Indians, Japanese, Americans, Europeans, Taiwanese, Koreans, Nigerians, Australians, Malaysians, Singaporean, Filipinos and New Zealanders. If you are one of those who want to migrate in Bangkok, Thailand, here are the things that you should know so you will be aware and will not be lost.
Bangkok is one of the world’s largest city, the largest urban area, the primary city and capital of Thailand. It is known as Krung Thep Mahanakhon or Krung Thep or City of Angels. For more than 200 years, Bangkok evolved into becoming the social, economic and political centers of Thailand, the Indochina as well as South East Asia. Several multinational corporations place their regional head offices in Bangkok, Thailand and it is the reason why the city becomes a regional strength in business and finance.
As of January, 2008, Bangkok, Thailand population is more than six million residents and the larger Bangkok area population is at more than 11 million. Bangkok is a division of the developed triangle of eastern and central Thailand. Bangkok also margins six other large provinces and subdivided into 50 districts. It has 2 international airports, the Don Mueang Airport and Suvarnabhumi Airport. It has four transit lines with some future plans to construct about eight more in the year 2020. Buses and taxis are also available.
Bangkok, Thailand climate is a tropical wet and dry climate. Daytime temperature runs from mid-30’s throughout the year. Driest time is from November to February, it is the popular months for tourist. March to April is the hottest month. May to October is the rainy season.
Bangkok, Thailand has both public and private universities that are located in or around the capital. For nearly a century Chulalongkorn University and Thammasat University have been the foundations of young thinkers. Bangkok, Thailand became not only a place for job opportunities but became a place where immigrants and provincial Thais receive a university degree.
Bangkok, Thailand has numerous hospitals and medical centers and most of it acts as tertiary care centers. Recently, there has been a growth in medical tourism; hospitals are providing services for foreigners.
Bangkok urban lifestyle is quite relaxed. There is still traffic during rush hour and Saturday is not a rest day for some Bangkokians. Most of them visit seaside resorts during weekends such as Hua Hin and Pattaya. Others visit their elderly relatives. Religions have no influential role in Bangkok.
Governmental agencies and ministries offices are located in Phra Nakhon district. Due to its cultural and historical heritage famous tourist spots are also located in this area. The north and eastern part of Bangkok is considered as residential place for middle class while the inner city is for poor immigrants that has small apartments or low rises. Some offer residential compounds and townhouses.
After knowing Bangkok better, it is time to choose the area where you want to live and stay. It is important to familiarize yourself in those areas before choosing where to stay. The Sukhumvit area is cosmopolitan and modern place with shopping, dining and nightlife. The Siam area is the shopping place and home to mega-malls in Bangkok. The two Skytrain lines meet here which makes the area a place of commercial activity. With so many shopping and dining options to choose from and no wonder the area has many good hotels, ranges from affordable to five-star hotel. Silom is a business centre, nightlife, dining and shopping place with a worldwide reputation. The Riverside is where the city's historic roots are. Other interesting areas include Chinatown, Khao San Road, the Old City area (Rattanakosin), Pratunam, Chatuchak, Ratchadapisek. Each of areas has a unique character, has something that gives special appeal and has something to offer.
Residential properties range from houses, housing estates, townhouses, apartments, condominiums and serviced apartments. The property you choose will depend on your preferences, wants and needs. There are a lot of real property agents that can assist you. Just give them a call.
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