June 2015

expat job opportunity in Bangkok

Expat Job Opportunities in Bangkok

Expat Job Opportunities in Bangkok has a very big influence on local markets. The majority of economic activities in Thailand are funded by the government. Expats searching for job opportunities in Bangkok should best look for a job in the financial service, and banking and trade sectors. Bangkok's industrial sector is very strong and includes manufacture of electronics, chemical and mechanical...

Doing Business in Bangkok

Doing Business in Bangkok: A Quick Guide for Expats

Are you planning on working or doing business in Bangkok? Great plan it would be considering the fact that Bangkok is one of the most attractive cities for businessmen and entrepreneurs. Often dubbed as the “Big Manggo” of Thailand, this country’s capital have so many things to offer for you should you think of working, investing or even putting up a company of your own in Bangkok, Thailand. But for...

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Property investment in Bangkok, Thailand

When it comes to making money in the real estate market, then getting in early is always the best way to make sure you get the highest returns. As more investors realize a specific city has potential for real estate investment, it gets very competitive, and returns will dwindle, in the long run. Bangkok has been touted as one of the world’s hottest real estate markets with most properties in the city...

Best Location to Rent or Buy Apartment in Bangkok

Best Location to Rent or Buy Apartment in Bangkok: An Informative Property Guide Planning to move to Bangkok for good? If you’re an expat, who would like to stay in Bangkok for life, buying an apartment in the city will be the best decision to make. However, if you are only staying in the city for temporary like 2 or 3 years, for example, renting an apartment will prove to be more practical. If...

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The Living Cost of Expats in Bangkok

The Living Cost of Expats in Bangkok Renting apartment in Bangkok is the way to go if you are not thinking of staying there permanently. The price will be affected by the specific location of the property, as well as how long you intend to stay. A 50-square meter apartment in a central location will typically cost $500 to $1,000 monthly. If your budget is just $200 to $400, you can still live in Bangkok,...

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