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6 Easy Ways to Upgrade Your House

On November 30, 2015, Posted by , In Tips and Guides, By , , With No Comments

  Many people dread the idea of house renovation because of the costs it implies. However, if you are a DIY kind of person, you can style up your home cheaply and easily. Here are some suggestions.   1. Paint the Walls Paint gives a dramatic transformation to your home…

5 Coolest Vertical Garden Ideas in the World

On November 26, 2015, Posted by , In Guest blog,Tips and Guides, By , , With No Comments

Vertical gardening gained much attraction in recent years, and considering the fact that today, majority of mankind lives in the cities which are not the best suited for gardening due to lack of space, it is not hard to see why people started looking upwards while searching for their own…

About the Sukhumvit Road

On November 24, 2015, Posted by , In Bangkok,Neighborhoods,Tips and Guides, By , , With No Comments

Sukhumvit road is the most famous road in Thailand. It’s the longest in the nation and one of the longest roads in the world. Sukhumvit road is 400 km long on its short side.  It begins in a central Bangkok district called Ploenchit, and ends just shy of the Cambodian…

Thong Lo – A Fresh Property Guide

On November 19, 2015, Posted by , In Bangkok,Neighborhoods,Tips and Guides, By , With No Comments

Nestled in Bangkok’s Central Business District, Thong Lo has without a doubt consolidated its position as Sukhumvit’s hippest and trendiest neighborhood. When referring to the area, residents of the city are usually referring to “Soi Sukhumvit 55” or “Soi Thong Lo”, which is a major artery that connects Sukhumvit Road…

Where is the exact center of Bangkok?

On November 18, 2015, Posted by , In Bangkok,Neighborhoods,Tips and Guides, With No Comments

FindYourSpace is going to tell you the exact center of downtown Bangkok, a topic of much debate The location of Central Bangkok has become open to several interpretations.  Reason being, Bangkok is composed of 50 sub-districts and a rapid development spilling over district lines and an efficient mass rail transit…

Where did the name Bangkok come from?

On November 13, 2015, Posted by , In Bangkok,Neighborhoods,Provinces,Tips and Guides, By ,, , With No Comments

FindYourSpace is going to explain how Bangkok got its name and the way it’s so infamously pronounced. What will surprise you at first is, the area we know today as Bangkok existed long before it was the present day capital.  Bringing us to our second revelation. Throughout Thailand’s rich history,…

Bangkok’s high-end residential property best prices in ASEAN

On November 11, 2015, Posted by , In Real Estate News,Tips and Guides, By ,,,, , With No Comments

High-end residential property in Bangkok are priced considerably lower than the average of the region, an October 2015 Asian Wealth report shows. The Julius Baer report compares the prices of luxury goods and services for high net worth individuals in 11 ASEAN cities – Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, Mumbai, Tokyo, Manila,…

Suan Lum Night Bazaar’s legendary return in midtown Bangkok

Another reason why Ratchada midtown is going to be so cool again. Do you remember that outdoor train market that was on the vacant parking lot at the Ratchada-Ladprao corner?  It used to sell vintage collectibles, opened only at night, and was a great place to bring a date. If…

On Nut – A Fresh Property Guide

On November 6, 2015, Posted by , In Bangkok,Neighborhoods,Tips and Guides, By , With No Comments

    Despite recently losing one of its biggest attractions “On Nut Market”, the neighborhood still offers an uncontestable residential charm and attractiveness. While Bangkok’s Sukhumvit hosts more glamorous and trendy destinations (I.e. Phrom Phong or Thong Lo), On Nut has always offered a comfortable work-life balance at an affordable…

Special Economic Zones in Thailand (SEZ)

There’s a lot of talk in the news on how the newly government appraised land values for SEZ’s have gone up by 50%, in some cases increasing by 90%, against a national land appraisal average increase of 25% going into effect this January 2016. But what are SEZ’s and where are…