Most expats move to Bangkok with adventure in mind, but the hustle and bustle of the inner city soon takes its toll on all but the hardiest. Pretty soon, most longer-term expats start yearning to live in a calmer, more relaxing part of the city, but of course they don’t want to be too far from the action, and modern conveniences remain a must have.
With that in mind, many foreigners are choosing to live in On Nut, a trendy, up and coming area of Bangkok that has great links to the rest of the city thanks to the nearby BTS station.
One of the main reasons people choose On Nut is the overwhelming choice of plush yet affordable condos in the area. On Nut is home to an eclectic mix of living spaces including nice new high-rise projects such as the Sansiri project compound, with nice one bedroom apartments available at the base park east/west.
On Nut also has an excellent selection of opulent low-rise condos, including Park Court, Hasu Haus and Mori Haus developed by Sansiri. Built in 2016, these modern, well-equipped buildings offer a range of choices, including stylish studio apartments and more spacious one, two and three-bedroom units for those with families.
The rooms themselves offer an excellent view of Bangkok’s skyline that blurs the height of modernity with ancient, beautiful Buddhist temples. Facilities are excellent too, with car parking, 24 hour security, a swimming pool, gym facilities, and a common garden and barbecue area for those who enjoy relaxing at home.
On Nut also provides excellent conveniences, including the Habito community mall which is located just three minutes walk away, a convenience store on premises, dozens of restaurants to choose from and even a muay thai gym for those who want to let off some steam.
For families, On Nut is just as convenient as it offers a range of nearby international schools with excellent reputations, including Bangkok International Prep School and Saint Andrews International School to name just a couple.
On Nut is an affordable escape from the never-ending chaos of downtown Bangkok and a favorite of expats who demand a more chilled out lifestyle, we strongly suggest you check it out.