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Rajdamri Road, Bangkok, 10330

Our ref: # 14606

We are located at one of the most prestigious address in Bangkok at Central World Shopping Mall, the largest shopping mall in Thailand. The offices is on level 12, on top of the seventh floo...

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Ploenchit Road, Bangkok, 10330

Our ref: # 16922

Shopping District connected to Chidlom BTS sky bridge link. Gaysorn has five levels with more than 100 prestige shops, restaurants and spa over an area of 12,600 square metres. The basement ...

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Silom Road, Bangkok,

Our ref: # 15439

he Silom Complex business centre is located in the center of Bangkok's commercial district and conveniently accessed by both BTS Saladaeng Station and MRT Silom Station. The complex feature ...

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Ploenchit Road, Bangkok, 10330

Our ref: # 13494

A World Class Serviced Office located in the heart of Bangkok with a modern building and a fully furnished office space. If you would like to expand your business and have a prestigious bus...

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Sukhumvit Rd., Bangkok, 10110

Our ref: # 16031

The Business Center is situated in the heart of Bangkok’s central business district (CBD) and is easily reachable on the BTS sky train. You and your staff can benefit from the time and mo...

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North Sathorn Road Silom, Bangkok, 10500

Our ref: # 17713

Chartered Square is located at the corner of North Sathorn Road and Surasak Road leading to Silom Road, which is the premium location for offices. The building is adjacent to expressway allo...

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Chidlom, Bangkok, 10330

Our ref: # 12677

Ready-to-use Serviced offices, Corporate meeting rooms, Mailbox/operator service, and a full range of office-support facilities/services especially designed to suit the needs of startup busi...

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Ploenchit Road, Pathum Wan District, 10330

Our ref: # 29059

Mercury Tower is a 23-floor grade A office building with 6-floor basement, located at the intersection of Langsuan Street and Ploenchit Road in the heart of Bangkok’s CBD. Known for its a...

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Silom Road, Bangrak, 10500

Our ref: # 5132

This modern business centre is situated in one of the most prestigious business addresses in Thailand. It is ideally located in Bangkok’s central business district, and offers stunning views...

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Area Information

Bangkok is the capital city of Thailand and the most populous city in the country. It is the only cosmopolitan city in a country of small towns and villages and is Thailand’s cultural and commercial centre. Bangkok is located on the delta of the Chao Phraya River, about 25 miles (40 km) from the Gulf of Thailand.

Business Information

Bangkok, Thailand has a well-developed infrastructure, a free-enterprise economy, generally pro-investment policies, and strong export industries. Bangkok is the economic centre of Thailand, and the heart of the country’s investment and development. The list of companies doing business in Thailand include PBAir (Aviation), Phuket Air (Aviation), PTT (Petroleum Operations), Red Bull (Energy Drink), SF Cinema City (Entertainment), and Shin Corporation (Conglomerate, holding company which includes Shin Satellite (Telecommunications). You can find many types of office space available in Bangkok, including options found in low and high rise buildings.

Entertainment And Dining Out

Sightseeing in the area should include some of Bangkok’s well-known sights, such as the Grand Palace and major Buddhist temples, including Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, and Wat Arun, to name a few. The Giant Swing and Erawan Shrine demonstrate Hinduism’s deep-rooted influence in Thai culture. Thai food is traditionally fairly hot and spicy, but many tourist restaurants tend to tone down the heat. Thai food is typically prepared with fresh ingredients such as lemon grass and coriander. Rice is commonly eaten with most meals. Popular fruits used in Thai food include papaya, jackfruit, mangosteens, rambutans, pomelos (similar to grapefruits) and, above all, durians, which farangs (foreigners) either love or hate. Excellent food can be found at the stalls of the many street vendors around the country as well as in top-notch eateries. There are also many Asian and European restaurants throughout the major cities and smaller towns. Thai food specialties include Tom yam (a coconut-milk soup prepared with makroot leaves, ginger, lemon grass, prawns or chicken), Gang pet (hot ’red’ curry with coconut milk, herbs, garlic, chilli, shrimp paste, coriander and seasoning), Pad Thai (stir-fried rice-noodles) served with shrimp or chicken and garnished with peanuts, and desserts include salim (sweet noodles in coconut milk). One of the favourites is sticky rice and mangoes (rice cooked in coconut milk served with slices of mango).

Transport Information

The nearest major airport is Don Mueang International Airport. This airport has domestic flights and is 29 km (18 miles) from the centre of Bangkok, Thailand. Another major airport is Suvarnabhumi International Airport, which has international and domestic flights. Bangkok’s thousands of brightly coloured taxis are some of the best value cabs on earth. Most are new, air-conditioned and have working seatbelts in the front seat, though less often in the back. The city can also be navigated using either the BTS or MRT rapid mass transit systems.

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