The Edge Condo at Sukhumvit 23 by Sansiri, located in Bangkok near BTS Asoke and MRT Sukhumvit. 1 and 2 bedrooms available for sale and rental.
EDGE Sukhumvit 23, a stunning condominium in the heart of Asoke, located conveniently just 150 metres away from BTS Asoke, MRT Sukhumvit stations and just steps away from Terminal 21 shopping mall. The project is surrounded with all amenities within easy reach, also great facilities on site.
Live on the pulse of rhythmic beats at EDGE Sukhumvit 23. A new condominium in the heart of Bangkok’s happening quarter, it is designed to enliven the needs of young and restless hyperactive urbanites living life in the fast lane. Just 150 meters away from the nearest BTS Asoke and MRT sukhumvit stations and a stone’s throw from countless lifestyle venues, EDGE Sukhumvit 23 is truly the place of convenience where actions speak louder than words.
Sales from 5.9 Million Thai BHT
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A quick and very cheap way to get around Bangkok, Thailand during the daytime are the Khlong Saen Saep Express boats.
Unlike your hometown’s overpriced and sometimes dangerous transit system, riding the rivers here is fun and extremely quick. You either catch on or you wait for the next boat!
We jumped on the Golden Mount Line at Pratunam and rode to the end at Panfa Leelard only to ride back since there were still ongoing protest in the area we planned to wander. Video Rating: / 5
More information about visiting Bangkok’s Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน): http://migrationology.com/?p=16182
Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน), also known as Bangkok’s Artist’s House or Baan Khlong Bang Luang, is a two hundred year old wooden home in the city. It’s located across the Chao Phraya river from much of downtown Bangkok, in an area known as Thonburi, right along one of the main canals. Arriving to Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) is a real throwback in time, it feels like you’re far removed from the chaos and clutter of Bangkok and back to how the city was when it first started to be settled and developed. The only reason you know you’re still in Bangkok is the obnoxious thundering longtail boats that zoom past every few minutes. The Artist’s House is along one of the main tour canals, so it does have a lot of boat traffic – but it’s still a great place to visit.
So we arrived to Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) in the early afternoon and after walking around a few of the shops, we then went straight to Bangkok Artist’s House and decided to grab lunch. Khao gaeng, or a variety of Thai curries and prepared dishes was on the menu. I chose a bowl mushroom coconut milk curry, bitter melon stuffed with pork, a fried mackerel fish and omelet served with shrimp paste hot sauce, and a plate of rice topped with a fried egg. Sitting on the side of the house with a view of the canal was a memorable way to enjoy a feast. The food was good and the view was excellent.
At 2 pm each day except Wednesday (and occasional off days when the dancers get hired off site for a private event) there’s traditional Thai puppet show. The show is one of the main reasons to visit Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) in Bangkok. The performance was very well done and the puppets depicted a story from Hanuman. I was impressed and I would highly recommend the show to anyone who visits Bangkok.
After the Thai traditional puppet show, we had a coffee and sat relaxing at Baan Silapin (บ้านศิลปิน) for a few more minutes before heading back to the road and catching a taxi home. Bangkok Artist’s House is still an off the beaten track attraction to explore in Bangkok. It’s a nicely preserved home and a real fun activity when you visit!
Address: 315 Wat Tong Salangam, Phet Kasem 28, Thanon Phet Kasem, Pa Si Charoen, Bangkok, Thailand 10160
Open Hours: 9 am – 6 pm daily (but no puppet show on Wednesdays, also call ahead to confirm the puppet show)
Phone: 02-868-5279, 089-125-3949 , 081-258-9260
How to get there: If you don’t take a longtail boat from the Chao Phraya, the best way to get there is by taking a taxi to Charoen Sanitwong Soi 3. Go all the way to end of the road at the 7-Eleven. Then walk across the footbridge, make a left, and you’ll be at Baan Silapin in just a few minutes.
Thai Directions (for Taxi):
จรัญสนิทวงศ์ ซอย.3 เข้าซอยไปสุดซอยจะเจอ 7-11 ลงหน้าเซเว่น เดินเข้าไปในซอยข้างเซเว่น แล้วเดินข้ามสะพานข้ามคลอง แล้วเลี้ยวซ้าย
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What a great end to an amazing trip! We couldn’t have asked for more… For our last day in Bangkok, we took the Tourist Boat to a couple of sites including the Grand Palace and Wat Pho. It was amazing to see these grand spots in person.
My fav part would have to be shopping at Asiatique… It has seriously everything you want as a visitor! A lot of souvenirs~
This was overall a fantastic trip. We did a lot within these few days.. but for sure, there’s so much more to discover here in Thailand. Hope to come back sooon!
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Living on ,000 a Month in Bangkok Thailand: Renting a 1 Bedroom/ 1 bath condo for 0 – 0 a month in the On Nut Area! One of the most frequently asked by future Expat’s is, “what is the typical rent for a condo in Bangkok?” In this video we give you a quick preview of what a (furnished) 300sqft 1 bedroom would get you in an “Expat friendly” area called On Nut. This location is very convenient and very affordable! Buying a condo like the one featured would cost around 0k – 0k USD (depends on the area and distance to the BTS or MRT train stations) – contact for more info! Watch this new episode for more details!
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I spent 6 nights in Bangkok and fell in love with it. The first time I was here I was overwhelmed, nervous, and didn’t know what to do. Come and see all the places I visited while spending the last leg of my trip here before heading home to Canada.
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▽Places Mentioned/Things Did (In Order in Video)
Terminal 21 (Mall in Sukhumvit)
AIS (SIM provider, don’t forget to bring your passport)
Nail Spa (Can’t remember the name)
Siam Centre (Mall – there are 4 malls named ‘SIAM’ all in the same vicinity)
9DVR (Virtual Reality game)
Tops Supermarket (Grocery store a few doors down from Terminal 21)
BTS Subway System (Reminder: No eating or drinking in subway system)
Rabbit Card (Reloadable payment card used for subway and shopping)
Thailand Rail (Bangkok Transit System Map App)
Chatachuk Weekend Market (One of the biggest markets in the World)
Viva 8 (Paella Shop in Chatachuk Market – FB: https://www.facebook.com/Viva8JJ/ )
Foot Massage (they are everywhere in Chatachuk Market)
Rod Fai Night Market 2 (Weekends Only / Located at Thailand Cultural Centre on MRT)
Pier 21 (Cafeteria at Terminal 21 / Many of these cafeterias exist all over Bangkok)
Escape Break (Escape Room)
The Good One Café & Bar (Hostel, Café & Bar in Silom)
The Blocks (Hostel in Sukhumvit)
Soi Cowboy (where Hangover 2 was filmed)
Cloud 47 (Casual Rooftop Bar – cheaper than some of the other rooftop bars)
Susie Wong’s Beers & Buns (Casual Sandwiches & Drinks)
Roof Bar & Restaurant (Bar)
Drone shop (Mania Group at MBK Centre)
Mont (Dessert shop at MBK Centre)
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