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Where to look for the best luxury property in Bangkok

By on Sep 14, 2015 in Property News, Residential

Bangkok is a big place, and for those looking to invest in prime property it can be quite daunting. There are a number of locations across the city that are hot property spots, the landscape is littered with high-end elite residential plots and plush projects that all offer the top living experience. Here we shall look at the benefits of a number of these locations, where luxury is the norm, not the exception.

The Riverside

Soon to be home to the decadent Four Seasons development, the first of its kind waterside, The Riverside is one of the most sought after property locations in Bangkok. Located in the South, it is already home to a number of residential properties, the area is thriving with life and those intent on living it to the full. One of the most scenic areas of Bangkok, the area is vibrant and reflective of its multidimensional usage. There are a number of striking temples and palaces, as well as historical landmarks, and luxury hotels and residential properties. The area has retained its unique identity in an era of development, with many traditional Thai practices and events still on show.

The Central Business District (CBD)

The Central Business District is an undefined area in central Bangkok which encases the Sukhumvit District among others. It is home to numerous high-end property developments of multiple use, including the MahaNakhon Skyscraper, which houses the Ritz-Carlton Residences – some of the city’s most extravagant living quarters. The luxury sky scraper boasts spacious living units and breath-taking scenery of the area in the South East of Bangkok. The Met is another example of an opulent sky scraper, offering the up most in luxury and sophistication in the middle of a bustling city.

The Sukhumvit District

This exclusive district situated in the East of Bangkok is awash with luxury condos, fancy apartments, lavish villas, and all the accompanying commercial attractions to go with it. The area boasts a number of popular decadent restaurants, salubrious bars, and fashionable clubs, and is a home from home for many foreign visitors and expats. Sukhumvit Road is the longest boulevard in Thailand, and one of the longest in the world, running most of the way to the Cambodian border in the East. The area is well serviced by public transport, including the Skytrain which has increased the district’s popularity immeasurably. There are multiple museums, parks, shopping malls, and spas in the area, ensuring one is never short of something new to explore. The district is the hub of cosmopolitanism in Bangkok, and hosts some of the city’s most sinful spots for the naughtier revellers. Just south of the area is Klong Toei, a much more understated market and port town, also very popular with visitors.

The Lumphini Park

This area is a sub-district of the Central Business District, and one which has caused some to draw parallels between it and New York City living. The park which is often described as the one green lung of the city of Bangkok has attracted an increasing number of developers and architects. All of whom are trying to emulate The Big Apple’s successes in created residential properties that offer the best of city living with that all important spacious suburban feel. The park’s rare open spaces provide sanctuary in the middle of city living, with a manmade lake for boat rentals, and plenty of space for joggers and cyclists to enjoy across its 142 acres. It is full of beautiful flora and fauna and wildlife to boot, including over 30 species of bird for bird-watchers to enjoy.

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