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Thailand is popularly known as a top tourist spot in South East Asia. It is a beautiful country rich in culture and natural resources. Set in an exotic kingdom surrounded by the ocean where monks and elephants are as common as all of the other people you see. It is a place leaving your mouth with great taste which will leave you asking for more. So why visit when you can settle? And where best to settle than in the country’s center of economic and financial development, its capital city, the Alpha global city, Bangkok.
Krup Thep Mahanakhon as known by the locals is in every essence like any major western city in terms of residential and financial stability, but only better. By day, the city brims with busy trade from multinational companies to small street peddlers and by night, the city turns into a spectacular display of sights and sounds in a city that never sleeps. It is a highly industrialized city filled with great universities where you can enrich your mind, and many temples where you can invigorate your soul. After a hard day’s work, you deserve to enjoy the fruit of your labor in activities that will not leave your budget ruined because of the city’s affordability.
Ari in Bangkok is the best place to start and raise a family because of its great neighborhood. You’ll be amazed at how westernized this place is which makes it a top choice for expats settling in Thailand. It is a strategic location near the sky train station which is you access point to the metro. But why go far when the neighborhood is already filled with restaurants, thrift stores, various businesses, and supermarkets. The Ari area is also known to be one of the most affordable places to buy a property in.
If you are working on a single income and are just starting out, then the Ladprao area in Bangkok is what’s great for you. It is a place where you can find properties at half of their normal prices elsewhere in the city, so it is great for your limited budget. The area is strategically places near the city’s university belt so you won’t run out of great schools to enroll in if you want to further your studies. But of course, the neighborhood is also a place centered for singles who tend to be more active, and that is why the place is very near the underground train station and the Suvarnabhumi airport. After a hard days work at school, or at work, head out for Ladprao’s famous nightly bar scene where you can find a lot of eligible singles like you in the area. After a week’s worth of work, you can chill out at South East Asia’s largest outdoor market, Chatuchak.
Now if you’re used to living the good life back home and are moving to Bangkok, Thailand, then the Soi Langsun Area is the best place for you. If Bangkok is known to be the city of Angels, just like its western counterpart Los Angeles in California, then Soi langsun, is definitely Beverly Hills. Needless to say, this is the upscale neighborhood of Bangkok, home to the good life. It is a place brimming with high end apartments that will definitely suit the lifestyle you are accustomed with. It is home to the trendiest places in town and is also near the Chidlom sky train station if you want to tour the metro. It is also home to one of the most popular malls in Bangkok, the Central World Plaza, for the luxurious mall rat that you are. These are some of the more upscale areas.
Now if you truly want to experience Bangkok, then the Victory Monument Area is what’s right for you. The neighborhood is home to a lot of local Thai residents where you can really experience their culture and mingle with them, first hand. It is home to mid priced apartments and cheap but exotic Thai foods which will leave you cramming for more. It is also home to a variety of tourist attractions like the Chao Phraya River, so you don’t have to go very far to enjoy Thailand’s essence. The place is also near the sky train, if you wish to travel into downtown Bangkok.
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