Living in Bangkok

For most foreigners, the biggest problem in Bangkok is its annoyingly unpredictable traffic jams. Fortunately a growing high-speed rail network is easing some of the congestion, with the citys Sky Train and underground MRT trains connecting commuters to the majority of the citys important shopping and business areas both in and outside the CBD. Not surprisingly, most expats tend to live in areas with close accessibility to Sky Train or MRT stations and real estate in these zones can be relatively expensive, advice from a Bangkok agent will help you find a happy compromise. Continue reading “Living in Bangkok” »

Using For Booking Villas

If you are considering Koh Samui as your getaway this year, then chances are you know why this is a great place to spend you holiday. Well, Koh Samui is third largest island in Thailand, but this does not mean its that big. To put it into numbers, it is just 25Km at its longest point, and 21Km at its widest, so yeah, it is a small island. But that is not why it has become a loved destination recently, it’s because it has everything you can dream of when taking a vacation. This hinterland consists of forested limestone hills as well as shorelines that are made up of many many palm fringed bays and beaches. Continue reading “Using For Booking Villas” »