Condominium in Bangkok, with huge communal gardens and 2 swimming pools.

Condominium in Bangkok, with huge communal gardens and 2 swimming pools.

Alistair

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 baths

About our home

Bangkok Garden Apartment is set amid the city’s largest private garden of tropical flora and a serene waterfall, complete with two large free-form swimming pools, to offer a safe and relaxing environment for carefree living in an urban sanctuary that is centrally located yet secluded.

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More about us

  1. We're a British couple, Ali is 33, Joanna is 32.

  2. We are both teachers in International Schools.

  3. We have been living in Thailand for about 5 years now.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
The best food is in a local place everyone calls,
Cool bars
Locally, 2-4-1 cocktails in Chatrium Hotel next store are a good place to start. There are a few bars on the street. Further a field, head to the sky bars and have a drink looking out across the city.
Cozy cafés
At least 15 restaurants on the street. Serving everything from Indian curry to pizza to sushi. Dozens of street vendors during the day too. (All safe to eat and cheap).
Retail therapy
Siam Square for the designer brands, MBK for the fakes. Or head to Chatuchak for the world's largest weekend market. Four 24 hour supermarkets on our street for essentials.
Bit of culture
Wat Pho, The Grand Palace, and Wat Arun are a must, and can be done together in a day. So much to do in the city, we'll leave our Bangkok guide books for a bit of inspiration.
Walks in the park
Lumpini Park is close by, go there for paddleboats, Thi Chi, aerobics, a running track and good street food.
Spot of exercise
Onsite gym, basketball court, table tennis and swimming pools. Wake boarding lake close by, yoga classes, thai boxing gyms and dozens of golf courses.
Day tripping
Kho Samet is our favorite island weekend get away, think white sand beaches good food and beach bars. Take about 2-3 hours to get there in a taxi and will cost about 2,000THB.

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