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Sivalai Place offers the most luxurious, spacious and peaceful living spaces available and along with the impeccable and modern facilities; reflecting comforts and conveniences of an exclusively environment of a quality 'Home'.

The warm and inviting ambience of our cozy residence makes it a perfect home for both short term and long stay in Bangkok.

Sivalai Place is conveniently located in a quiet and safe neighborhood of Sivalai Villas. Close to Thammasat University, Silpakorn University, Siam University, Siriraj Hospital, Thonburi Hospital, the Naval Base, the UN(United Nations), the Emerald Buddha, the Grand Palace, Wat Pho, the National Museum & the National Art Gallery, City Pillar Shrine, Democracy Monument, Throne Hall, Vimanmek Mansion, Dusit Zoo, Flower Market, the Royal Barge, Temple of Dawn, Chinatown, Little Indian (Pahurat), Khao San road and Shopping Malls & Local Market.

Within 10 min drive to Wang Lang Pier.
Within 15 min drive to Khao San road.
Within 15-20 min drive to Sky-Train (BTS) Wong Wien Yai.

We hope that you will consider Sivalai Place your next home.

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Thursday, December 27, 2007

Commute Made Easy!


SCOOTER TAXI: on the edge of the Soi
> 10 bht to Soi Isaraphab 33/to Soi Jaransanitwong 12
> 25 bht to Wang Lang Pier, this is actually the fastest way to get around.

TAXI: call center 1681 24 hrs (+20bht)
> Taxis are always available, no matter what time, and it will cost you around 41 baht to get to Siriraj. They'll take about 5 to 10 minutes depending on traffic as well.

BUS: Bangkok also has an extensive bus service with routes serving every part of the city, providing a fun and inexpensive way to explore the city.

> from Soi Isaraphab 33 to to Siriraj (Wang Lang) Pier:
- Take bus route no 149 (approx. 10-15 mins) which cost 8.50 bht
- Take air-con bus route no 177 (approx. 10-15 mins) which cost 13 bht

> from Soi Isaraphab 33 to Pata Pinkloa
- Take bus route no 146 (approx. 35-40 mins)

> from the opposite of Soi Jaransanitwong 12 to Pata Pinkloa
- Take bus route no 80 from (approx. 30 mins)

> from the opposite of Soi Jaransanitwong 12 to Pepsi (Central) Pier
- Take bus route no 57 or 68 (approx. 40-50 mins)

There is a khlong (canal) that runs through Bangkok. “Tour” boats on the khlong are actually large speedboats, which serve as a pleasant alternative to the bus and the Metro. 'Tha' is pier is english.

> from Tha Wan Lang to Tha Prachan (Thammasat University)
- Take the Ferry which took around 2 minutes and cost 3 baht.

Skytrain stations are located in major commercial areas and can be an ideal means of transportation to escape the traffic.

The nearest station is TAKSIN STATION.

Bangkok’s subway, nicknamed the Metro, is the newest mass transit system, opened in 2004. The subway runs from the city’s main railway station, Hua Lamphong, under two major Thoroughfares, Rama 4 Road and Ratchadaphisek Road.

The nearest station is HUA LAMPHONG.


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