Bangkok is the bustling Capital metropolis of Thailand. From high-end restaurants to the famous street food stalls, the enormous shopping malls of Siam, to the bustling market places of Ratchada and Chatachuk. Bangkok really has something for everyone. With an estimated population of 8.281 million people and 95% of those practicing Buddhism. Thailand’s capital attracts thousands of visitors from all over the globe every year. It is the largest and most developed city in Thailand, yet it still manages to maintain its ancient charm and history.
In Bangkok the most popular form of housing is Condominiums. As the population of the city is growing you will find properties are plentiful, with no restrictions of foreigners owning condominiums. In Thailand, a Condominium is known as a building owned by an individual, who has the title of their own unit and common areas, such as; swimming pools, and gyms. Bangkok has a variety of condo types to choose from, depending on your needs. Bangkok condos come fully furnished and offer higher security to residents than homes as they are under 24-hour surveillance and offer entertainment activities like; spas and fitness centers.
The Lifestyle in Bangkok varies from each area and there are areas such as Bang Rak which is home to some of the more high-end hotels and fine dining experiences the city has to offer. The Bang Rak area is famous for some of its views along the Chao Phraya River best enjoyed from the high rise bars of the city. Then there are areas like Banglamphu, home to the famous Khao San Road. This area has more of a Bohemian vibe with several street stalls and small eateries on offer. Standard of living in Bangkok is up to the discretion of the individual. Whether you prefer high-end low end or somewhere in between, Bangkok has something for everyone.
There are several different visa types for Thailand. You can enter Thailand on a 30-day visa exemption or you can obtain the correct tourist visa from your home country.
If you are looking to stay in Thailand another option is the ‘Thailand Condominium investment visa’. In order to obtain a Thailand Condominium visa, you must invest 10 million Baht into Thailand (Baht is the local currency in Thailand). The 10 million Baht does not have to be invested into one condominium; it could be invested into several properties and some into a Thai bank account to hit the 10 million mark.
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