For Sale
Condominium Voque Place Sukhumvit 107 Bangkok Thailand
Unit: 2 bedroom 1 bathroom 1 kitchen(Built-In)
Area: 48.00 SQ.m (516.6677 sq.ft)
7th Floor, South (low rise 8 floor of building )
Address: Sukhumvit Road Bearing Soi 2 Bangkok Thailand 10270

**Price: 4,577,000 THB (95,354 THB/sqm)
Dollar 134,419 USD (2,798.77 USD/sqm)
Euro 119,930 EUR
**Sale down payment 1,471,000 THB (43,175 USD/38,491 EUR)

New Room!
RARE unit one of the best units in this community, nice floor, nice view,
there is no have any room by side quiet corner location unit,
private balcony,pool view ,airy room with only 48 SQ.m (516.6677 sq.ft)

A new landmark of Bangkok just a few minutes from BTS Bearing(E14) station
If you drive, the nearest tollway entrance
The neighborhood has many great local restaurants and coffee shops
The location is ideal for anyone working along the Sukhumvit BTS line
taking only 15 minutes to Thonglor(E6)
and less than 20 minutes to Asoke(E4)
Most of the residents are Thai professionals
and expats who work in downtown Bangkok
or one of the several international schools in the area.

Facilities include:
Internet wifi
Security service
Swimming pool
Car parking

Near place:
BTS Bearing(E14) 200 metres
St Andrews International School
Bangkok Patana international school
Berkeley International School
Tesco Lotus Express Esso Bearing
Manarom Hospital
Bangna Navy Golf Course
Big C Imperial Samrong
The Meteorological Department
Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Centre
CentralPlaza Bangna
Harbin Ice Wonderland
Imperial World Samrong
Siam Paradise Night Bazaar
The Bangkok Mall

Please Contact
Tel: +66 (0)968256887

For Retirement and investor in Thailand

Living Expenses
One of the biggest appeals of retirement in Thailand is the standard of living. The cost of living here is extremely low in comparison to many western countries and it therefore offers retirees a destination within which they can afford much more for their money. At present, Thailand currently scores 0.319 on the International cost of living index in comparison to 1.00 for the USA. This therefore means that living in Thailand costs approximately 1/3 of the amount of living in the USA.

As a result of growth in medical tourism in Thailand, there is a high standard of health care facilities available in most areas. Many hospitals in the country now have formal accreditation and are capable of delivering complex medical procedures.Foreigners living in Thailand will require private healthcare insurance in order to access health care services.

The 10 best places to retire abroad
Number 7. Thailand
Pensioners seeking a new way of life may find it in Thailand, whether it's from the bustling cities, grand temples, stunning cuisine or friendly locals. Cheap property and petrol costs can be enjoyed by the 41,000 expats currently living there, which is just one of the bonuses of living in this beautiful, culture-rich nation in south-east Asia.

Bangkok: Modern and Affordable
Thailand’s capital, a former Chinese trading port situated along the banks of the Chao Phraya River, has long attracted expats. Earning its place in history as an “R&R” spot for American troops serving in the Vietnam War, Bangkok has flourished into a modern and cosmopolitan city, with gleaming skyscapers, luxury hotels, and world-class public-transit options. Today, expats flock here for the multicultural vibe and high-on-convenience, easy on-the-wallet living.

For less than a dollar, you can dine on a bowl of noodles at some of the best street-food stalls in Asia….or spend $100 or more and indulge in a five-star meal at your pick of the city’s classiest restaurants. Enjoy live music in the city’s pubs or take in views of the skyline from one of many popular rooftop bars. The capital also boasts some of the region’s best shopping, including a multitude of markets, North American-style malls, and boutiques.

The city’s large concentration of foreigners, or farang means there’s no shortage of social clubs and activities for interests as varied as tennis, language study, and theater. Bangkok is home to many of the country’s top doctors and private hospitals, and local expats appreciate the astonishingly affordable costs for top-quality care. For example, you can see a specialist for less than $50.

A majority of Bangkok’s expats choose to live in the heart of the city, along public transportation routes that ease getting around in what is one of Southeast Asia’s largest cities. Sukhumvit Road, one of the main thoroughfares, is a popular choice for its proximity to the elevated “Skytrain” and the MRT underground. Here you’ll find some of the best condos, restaurants, night spots, and shopping, including a large concentration of professional tailors.

Those who prefer a little more elbow room settle in Bangkok’s various suburbs, such as Bang Na and Nonthaburi, both less than 20 miles from the city center.

Property Law Thailand
a foreigner can buy 100% of a condo or apartment outright. This is by far the most easy and uncomplicated path to owning property in Thailand. The rule, according to the 1979 Thailand Condominium Act, is that foreigners can own 100% of a condo or apartment anywhere in Thailand just as long as the building housing the condo is 51% Thai owned. That means with any given condo building, 49% of the units are designated for sale to anyone, Thai and non-Thai. So it is possible for a non-Thai, non-resident foreigner to own 100% of a freehold condo in Thailand. Almost 20% of condos in Bangkok are owned by foreigner residents or investors.