Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Pruksa's The Seed Mingle in Bangkok

In 2010, I blogged about this tree and the apartment project in Bangkok. The end result delivered a couple of month's ago did not disappoint me. Here's a quick overview of it.

pic above: the apartment stands in its' grandeur among the familiar Bangkok soi (street) landscape - in the background behind the Seed Mingle is the luxurious Sukhotai Residences

pic above: workers putting the finishing touch to the entrance

pic above (and below): grey and simple, the end result 

pic above: The 8 storey car park complex with facilities on the top floor

pic above: the lovely sunken lobby posed as my 2nd living room... I love hanging out here not just for the free wifi

pic above (and below): the kitchen in my studio unit and the view off the balcony down below 

pic above: the friendly and helpful Pruksa hand-over team ready to assist me

I even set off to look at some of the show units displaying the various furniture packages I can sign up for (pics below). But I didn't take this up because part of the fun of owning a property is the interior design and furnishing, isn't it?

picture above: the lift lobby

The apartment's facilities deck is located at the top floor of the car park building. 

picture above: the infinity pool is however really small 

picture above: children slide 

picture above: hang out zone by the gym and steam sauna has a bar, pool table, air hockey and table football among other games

All the above for a maintenance fee of just over RM100 per month...


Derek Chia said...

Hi Sin Leong, you have any contact in Purksa can communicate good in English, i have once travel to BKK and ring up to the customer service at Purksa, wait for 3 days no response...the one who pick up the phone is not giving me the confidence....

sinleong said...

OK, i speak thai and that helps...
they dont have many people who speaks english. those who do dont speak very well

Daren Low said...

Hello Sin Leong,

May I ask where you get home loan for Thailand property? Is it by the local Thai bank or Malaysia bank that have presence in Thailand? Bangkok bank?


sinleong said...

u can get from malaysian banks but i think they cap lending for foreign projects to 50% or less