Welcome to Sivalai Place

Sivalai Place: the best kept secret apartment for RENT. Come & experience the Thai way of living with us!

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.

See you real soon!


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Monday, September 15, 2008

Sun, Sand & Sea weekend@Hua Hin

A trip to Sam Roi Yod National Park - the name Sam Roi Yod means “mountains of 300 peaks” and is derived from the tree-covered limestone outcrops that emerge from the coastal strip of this beautiful National Park. It is a mere ninety-eight square kilometres in size but more than makes up for this by its diversity and beauty.

Our desitation is the famous Tham Phraya Nakhon which can only be reached by a steep climb from Laem Sala Beach. The beach can by accessed by driving over the mountains but most people come by boat, skirting the coastline and embarking on to the beach which is deserted during the week but busy at weekends.

Legend of the Cave
Legend has it that the cave was discovered around 200 years ago by the ruler of Nakhon Si Thammarat when his ship landed on the beach during a storm. Inside the cave is Tham Phraya Nakhon, a Pavilion erected for King Rama V one of Thailand's great kings. Constructed in Bangkok in 1890 it was dismantled and then rebuilt to provide a resting place for the king during his visit to the cave.

The trek to the cave is over half a kilometre so visitors should arm themselves with plenty of water before tackling the walk, which is steep in parts and slippery when the rain has fallen. Care must be taken at all times and good footwear is essential.

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