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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.

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Get ready to wilt on the year's hottest day

April 27 is expected to be the hottest day of the year, according to the Meteorological Department. On that day, the sun will be directly above Thailand, causing the temperature to increase, said Somchai Baimuang, director of the weather bureau.

However, the sweltering heat could be tempered somewhat because of a high pressure belt from April 24 to 27, which should bring rain.

After that, Thailand will wilt under high temperatures again before the rainy season kicks in, Mr Somchai said.

He said the average temperature across the country this month was below 40C, or two to three degrees below projections as a result of intermittent rain.

Thailand's hottest day was recorded on April 25, 2007, when the temperature hit 44C in Tak province.

    Source: Bangkokpost
    Published: 22/04/2009 at 12:00 AM

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