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Rent a Bangkok Apartment

August 21, 2023
Apartments, Houses and Condos for Rent in Bangkok Bangkok Apartment Rent Special Offers Renting an apartment in Bangkok can be a complex undertaking. CBRE provides expert advice on searching for the apartment for rent in Bangkok. CBRE is experienced in helping client from finding suitable apartments to getting fair rental contracts. This is why we have long been a top choice among multinational corporations seeking to rent Bangkok apartments, condos and houses for their staff. We are very familiar with the needs and expectations of expatriate families looking to rent a new home. To help you find your ideal home, CBRE has prepared a "Guide to Renting a Bangkok Apartment" for people looking to rent an apartment in Bangkok. To give you an idea of the available properties, look at our latest Bangkok Apartment rental listing. Rent a Property in Bangkok The typical types of residential properties for rent in Bangkok are apartments, serviced apartments, condominiums, and houses. 1. Apartments for Rent in Bangkok An apartment or flat in Bangkok is usually defined as a mid or high-rise building owned by a single landlord. The landlord or owner typically furnishes the rental apartment with basic furniture and appliances. Most apartment buildings have shared common facilities such as swimming pools, gyms, and car parking. The owner is in charge of managing and maintaining the apartment building, including the interiors of the individual flats. Capital Residence S59 Executive Apartment The Philo Residence Classification of Apartments Grade A: Apartment projects in the most favourable locations such as an apartment for rent in Sukhumvit offer high quality features, facilities and services.  Most Grade A apartmnets feature  high-end finishes with fully equipped kitchens, modern bathrooms and even laundry services. Furthermore, apartment buildings have facilities such as swimming pools and fitness centers. Grade A apartments have stylish design, classy decoration and are well-maintained. Apartment buildings also provide a high level of security and adequate car parking. Grade B: Apartments for rent in Bangkok categorized as Grade B are usually located in less in-demand locations and tend to be older than Grade A apartments. However, Grade B apartments provide good-to-moderate services, design, decoration, maintenance, facilities and security. 2. Serviced Apartment for Rent in Bangkok A serviced apartment for rent in Bangkok offers a similar level of service to hotels and can be rented daily or monthly. A serviced apartment is ideal for people needing to rent on a short-stay basis, such as expats who have just relocated to Bangkok. Serviced apartments are fully furnished and equipped with basic home appliances and accessories such as linen, cooking tools, and kitchen utensils. Serviced apartments have concierge and daily maid services. Most serviced apartments in Bangkok provide amenities such as telephone, cable, and internet service, as well as a swimming pool, gym, and a coffee shop or restaurant. Oriental Residence Bangkok Grande Centre Point Hotel Shama Lakeview Asoke Bangkok Classification of Serviced Apartments Grade A: This classification of serviced apartments is defined as projects that are easily accessible due to their location on main roads or in the sois between the main roads in the Central Business District (CBD). Serviced apartment buildings are well-designed with functional room layouts and a secure environment to ensure their residents’ privacy. Higher-end serviced apartments are usually managed by top local or international operators, which provide premium facilities and services comparable to first-class hotels, including business centers, limousine services, and parking spaces.   Grade B: Serviced apartments are classified as Grade B when they have moderate accessibility and security. They are usually located within the streets nearby the main roads in CBD. The buildings have moderate to good design, functional room layouts, and facilities such as swimming pools and fitness centers, and are managed by smaller yet reliable international or local operators. 3. Condos for Rent in Bangkok A Bangkok condo or condominium – also known as an apartment or flat in other countries - is a building where individuals own the residential units, and common areas and facilities are jointly co-owned by the unit owners.  The main difference between a condo and an apartment is the ownership structure and the property management.  Units usually are individually furnished and maintained by their respective owners. However, the shared common areas and facilities are managed by the condominiums' juristic person. (View Bangkok condo for rent listings) The Met Amanta Lumpini Watermark Classification of Condominiums Super Luxury: Above THB 300,000 per square meter (with starting unit price of above THB 20 million) Luxury: THB 200,000 - THB 299,999 per square meter (with starting unit price of above THB 10 million) High-end: THB 120,000 - THB 199,999 per square meter (with starting unit price of above THB 5 million) Upscale: THB 90,000 - THB 119,999 per square meter Mid-range: THB 70,000 - THB 89,999 per square meter Entry-level: Below THB 69,999 per square meter 4. Townhouses and Houses for Rent in Bangkok A house for rent in Bangkok can be located in a gated real estate development or be a stand-alone property. Almost all houses for rent in Bangkok belong to individual owners who are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep. Some gated communities include a clubhouse, swimming pool, gym, and playground facilities. Houses can have their own outdoor spaces for lawns and gardens. Meanwhile, some townhouses are multi-level, terraced, or have a small rear garden.  In Bangkok, some gated townhouse developments provide facilities such as a swimming pool for residents. Maintenance services in a townhouse or house for rent in Bangkok may not be on the same level as a 24-hour serviced apartment, especially for stand-alone properties. (View Bangkok house for rent listings) Sukhumvit 36 Garden Village Single House with Private Pool The Willow 49 Classification of Houses / Townhouses Super Luxury: Above THB 20 million Luxury: THB 10.01 - 20 million High-end: THB 5.01 - THB 10 million Mid-range: THB 3 - 5 million Entry level: Below THB 3 million  Bangkok Apartment Rental Locations There are six most popular residential rental areas in Bangkok: Bangkok Apartment Rental Areas: Definition Sukhumvit  The area incorporating Sukhumvit Road from Soi 1-65 and Soi 2-44, as well as other Sois in between. Central Lumpini The area incorporating Wireless, Ploenchit, Rajadamri, Chidlom, Langsuan, Sarasin and Ruamrudee Roads, and other Sois in between. Silom / Sathon The area incorporating Silom, Sathon, Surawong, and Narathiwas-Ratchanakarin (north of Chan Road) Roads, as well as the Sois in between. Riverside / Rama 3 The area incorporating Charoenkrung, Charoennakorn, Rama III, and Narathiwas-Ratchanakarin (south of Chan Road) Roads, as well as the interlinking Sois. 1. Apartment and Condominiums for Rent in Sukhumvit Area Sukhumvit Road between Sois 1-63 remains the most popular area in Bangkok for expatriates. Most expats in this area tend to rent an apartment (single-ownership) or a condo (multi-ownership), but some opt for detached houses with gardens or swimming pools. There are also townhouses situated in secure compounds with limited facilities. Avora 31 Mayfair Garden Citadines 2. Central Lumpini Bangkok Apartment Rentals Lumpini is in the Central Business District (CBD), and offers a range of modern buildings with both apartments and condos for rent.  Apartment and condo unit sizes tend to be smaller than in Sukhumvit as well as more expensive. The area also has few single homes or townhouse developments especially with facilities. Fraser Place Urbana Langsuan Rongratana Executive Residence Marriott Excutive Apartment 3. Sathon and Silom Bangkok Apartment Rental The Sathon and Silom area close to the CBD is another popular area for expats looking for a place to rent in Bangkok.  Most people rent a Bangkok apartment or condo in this area although some homes and townhouses are situated off Sathon. Baan Thirapa Sathorn Seven Residence Marriott Executive Apartment Sathon 4. Riverside and Rama 3 Bangkok Apartment Rentals Riverside and Rama 3 area incorporates Charoenkrung, Charoennakorn, Rama 3 and Narathiwas-Ratchanakarin Road on the both sides of the Chaophraya River. The charm of waterfront living and stunning river views make this area attractive. However, the Bangkok side of the Chaophraya River has limited apartments and condos for rent. Meanwhile, the Thonburi side is also less accessible to the CBD due to a limited number of bridges, although some condo buildings provide a boat shuttle service. The River Supakarn Condominium Saichol Mansion 5. Houses for Rent in East Bangkok East Bangkok is a prominent suburban housing location. Popular among parents who want access to the Bangkok Patana School.  There are a limited number of housing estates with clubhouses and swimming pools in this area that are popular among expatriates, with some offering spacious single houses for rent. Narasiri Pattanakarn Single House Single House 6. North Bangkok Houses for Rent North Bangkok is particularly attractive to American expatriates due to the location of the International School of Bangkok (I.S.B.).  The school is located within Nichada Thani, a secure housing estate comprising single houses, townhomes, and condominiums for rent. The property development includes a clubhouse with a wide range of sporting facilities.  Single homes at Nichada Thani are some of the most expensive houses to rent in Bangkok. However, several apartment buildings and townhouse developments are available for rent just outside the compound. Additionally, shopping and entertainment facilities in the north of Bangkok are more limited than in the central areas and commuting to downtown Bangkok can be time consuming. (Rent a Bangkok Apartment - Detailed Location Information) Baan Raveevan in Nichada Thani Palm Tree in Nichada Thani Mansions in the Park     Typical Terms to Rent a Bangkok Apartment Before you start looking for a place to rent in Bangkok, it is advisable to familiarize yourself with the lease and rental agreements in Thailand. Types of Rental Lease Agreements  There are a wide variety of rental agreements used in Bangkok. Most lease agreements are briefly written in English and it is not usual for either the landlord or the tenant to use a lawyer. Each lease is usually segmented into three separate rental agreements to reduce the landlord’s liability to local property tax: Apartment, Condo, House - Space rental Furniture rental Management / services CBRE has provided service and assistance to the expat community to address their rental needs in Bangkok for over 35 years. As such, we provide guidance through standardized leasing processes and detailed documents to avoid miscommunication and problems so each party’s obligations are clearly understood. Rental Taxes For residential property rentals in Thailand, different taxes are paid depending on whether the lease agreement is made with an individual tenant or a company. Lease Type Withholding Tax VAT **plus VAT if the landlord is company  1. Individual     - Lease for space - -  - Lease for furniture - 7% - Service Agreement - 7% 2. Company     - Lease for space 5% - - Lease for furniture 5% 7% - Service Agreement 3% 7% Detailed information on typical Bangkok Apartment rental terms & conditions   Bangkok Rental Guide As part of our service, we provide clients with as much information as possible on Bangkok apartment rentals available and facilities in the local area.  We have information available for people renting a Bangkok apartment or finding a Bangkok apartment.  The list includes: Bangkok Schools and Hospitals as well as information on Water, electricity, and gas supply Pest control Security Furniture Kitchenware Air-conditioning Read further information on how to rent a Bangkok Apartment or Bangkok Apartment rental listing. Bangkok Travel & Commuting BTS (Bangkok Transit System) The BTS, or sky train, is a critical transport system in Bangkok, covering much of the city centre and its many commercial, residential and tourist areas. MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) The MRT is Bangkok’s subway or underground system with one line in operation.  It connects to the Bangkok Transit System at several interchange stations. ARL (Airport Rail Link) The ARL is a rapid transit line that connects Suvarnabhumi International Airport to central Bangkok. The ARL transport system is divided into two lines, a city line and express line. The city line train is about a 30-minute journey; whereas, the express line takes about 15 minutes.   BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) Bangkok’s BRT line starts from the sky train interchange at the Chong Nonsi BTS station and end at the Ratchadapisek-Ratchapreuk Intersection in Thonburi. The buses mainly travel along exclusive lanes; however, the buses share lanes with other vehicles on some parts of the route but has priority at traffic lights. Expressways The main expressways, Sirat, Chalerm Maha Nakhon, and Udon Ratthaya, are a network of highways across Bangkok and nearby provinces. They are accessible via tollways and can accommodate a high volume of vehicles. Buses Bangkok has a comprehensive bus network, consisting of publicly run and private buses, both air-conditioned and not air-conditioned.   Taxis and Tuk-Tuks City taxis and tuk-tuks (three-wheeled motorized rickshaws) are readily available in most areas of the city. Taxis tend to have metered rates, while tuk-tuk fares are negotiable for each trip. Detailed Bangkok Travel Information   Renting in Bangkok: Case Studies CBRE specializes in assisting expatriates with the rental process in Bangkok. Here are some multinational clients successfully assisted by our residential leasing team. Bangkok Apartment Rental Case Studies
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Apartments, Houses and Condos for Rent in Bangkok

apartment for rent in bangkok

Bangkok Apartment Rent Special Offers

Renting an apartment in Bangkok can be a complex undertaking. CBRE provides expert advice on searching for the apartment for rent in Bangkok. CBRE is experienced in helping client from finding suitable apartments to getting fair rental contracts. This is why we have long been a top choice among multinational corporations seeking to rent Bangkok apartments, condos and houses for their staff. We are very familiar with the needs and expectations of expatriate families looking to rent a new home.

To help you find your ideal home, CBRE has prepared a "Guide to Renting a Bangkok Apartment" for people looking to rent an apartment in Bangkok. To give you an idea of the available properties, look at our latest Bangkok Apartment rental listing.

Rent a Property in Bangkok

The typical types of residential properties for rent in Bangkok are apartments, serviced apartments, condominiums, and houses.

1. Apartments for Rent in Bangkok

An apartment or flat in Bangkok is usually defined as a mid or high-rise building owned by a single landlord. The landlord or owner typically furnishes the rental apartment with basic furniture and appliances. Most apartment buildings have shared common facilities such as swimming pools, gyms, and car parking. The owner is in charge of managing and maintaining the apartment building, including the interiors of the individual flats.

Capital Residencecapital residence apartment for rent in bangkok

S59 Executive ApartmentS59 Executive Apartment for rent in bangkok

The Philo ResidenceThe-Philo-Residence-apartment-for-rent-in-bangkok

Classification of Apartments

Grade A: Apartment projects in the most favourable locations such as an apartment for rent in Sukhumvit offer high quality features, facilities and services.  Most Grade A apartmnets feature  high-end finishes with fully equipped kitchens, modern bathrooms and even laundry services. Furthermore, apartment buildings have facilities such as swimming pools and fitness centers. Grade A apartments have stylish design, classy decoration and are well-maintained. Apartment buildings also provide a high level of security and adequate car parking.

Grade B: Apartments for rent in Bangkok categorized as Grade B are usually located in less in-demand locations and tend to be older than Grade A apartments. However, Grade B apartments provide good-to-moderate services, design, decoration, maintenance, facilities and security.

2. Serviced Apartment for Rent in Bangkok

A serviced apartment for rent in Bangkok offers a similar level of service to hotels and can be rented daily or monthly. A serviced apartment is ideal for people needing to rent on a short-stay basis, such as expats who have just relocated to Bangkok.

Serviced apartments are fully furnished and equipped with basic home appliances and accessories such as linen, cooking tools, and kitchen utensils. Serviced apartments have concierge and daily maid services. Most serviced apartments in Bangkok provide amenities such as telephone, cable, and internet service, as well as a swimming pool, gym, and a coffee shop or restaurant.

Oriental Residence Bangkok

Oriental-Residence-Bangkok-service-apartments

Grande Centre Point Hotel

grand-center-point-hotel-offers-serviced-apartment

Shama Lakeview Asoke Bangkok
shama-lakeview asoke-bangkok-serviced-apartments

Classification of Serviced Apartments

Grade A: This classification of serviced apartments is defined as projects that are easily accessible due to their location on main roads or in the sois between the main roads in the Central Business District (CBD). Serviced apartment buildings are well-designed with functional room layouts and a secure environment to ensure their residents’ privacy. Higher-end serviced apartments are usually managed by top local or international operators, which provide premium facilities and services comparable to first-class hotels, including business centers, limousine services, and parking spaces.  

Grade B: Serviced apartments are classified as Grade B when they have moderate accessibility and security. They are usually located within the streets nearby the main roads in CBD. The buildings have moderate to good design, functional room layouts, and facilities such as swimming pools and fitness centers, and are managed by smaller yet reliable international or local operators.

3. Condos for Rent in Bangkok

A Bangkok condo or condominium – also known as an apartment or flat in other countries - is a building where individuals own the residential units, and common areas and facilities are jointly co-owned by the unit owners.  The main difference between a condo and an apartment is the ownership structure and the property management.  Units usually are individually furnished and maintained by their respective owners. However, the shared common areas and facilities are managed by the condominiums' juristic person. (View Bangkok condo for rent listings)

The Metthe-met-condominium-for-rent-in-bangkok

Amanta Lumpiniamanta-lumpini-condo-for-rent-in-bangkok

Watermark
water-mark-condo-for-rent-in-bangkok

Classification of Condominiums

  • Super Luxury: Above THB 300,000 per square meter (with starting unit price of above THB 20 million)
  • Luxury: THB 200,000 - THB 299,999 per square meter (with starting unit price of above THB 10 million)
  • High-end: THB 120,000 - THB 199,999 per square meter (with starting unit price of above THB 5 million)
  • Upscale: THB 90,000 - THB 119,999 per square meter
  • Mid-range: THB 70,000 - THB 89,999 per square meter
  • Entry-level: Below THB 69,999 per square meter

4. Townhouses and Houses for Rent in Bangkok

A house for rent in Bangkok can be located in a gated real estate development or be a stand-alone property. Almost all houses for rent in Bangkok belong to individual owners who are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep. Some gated communities include a clubhouse, swimming pool, gym, and playground facilities.

Houses can have their own outdoor spaces for lawns and gardens. Meanwhile, some townhouses are multi-level, terraced, or have a small rear garden.  In Bangkok, some gated townhouse developments provide facilities such as a swimming pool for residents. Maintenance services in a townhouse or house for rent in Bangkok may not be on the same level as a 24-hour serviced apartment, especially for stand-alone properties. (View Bangkok house for rent listings)

Sukhumvit 36 Garden Villagesukhumvit-36-garden-village-house-for-rent-in-bangkok

Single House with Private PoolSingle house with private pool for rent in Bangkok

The Willow 49The Willow 49 houses for sale in Bangkok

Classification of Houses / Townhouses

  • Super Luxury: Above THB 20 million
  • Luxury: THB 10.01 - 20 million
  • High-end: THB 5.01 - THB 10 million
  • Mid-range: THB 3 - 5 million
  • Entry level: Below THB 3 million
     

Bangkok Apartment Rental Locations

There are six most popular residential rental areas in Bangkok:

Bangkok Apartment Rental Areas: Definition

Sukhumvit 

The area incorporating Sukhumvit Road from Soi 1-65 and Soi 2-44, as well as other Sois in between.

Central Lumpini

The area incorporating Wireless, Ploenchit, Rajadamri, Chidlom, Langsuan, Sarasin and Ruamrudee Roads, and other Sois in between.

Silom / Sathon

The area incorporating Silom, Sathon, Surawong, and Narathiwas-Ratchanakarin (north of Chan Road) Roads, as well as the Sois in between.

Riverside /
Rama 3

The area incorporating Charoenkrung, Charoennakorn, Rama III, and Narathiwas-Ratchanakarin (south of Chan Road) Roads, as well as the interlinking Sois.

1. Apartment and Condominiums for Rent in Sukhumvit Area

Sukhumvit Road between Sois 1-63 remains the most popular area in Bangkok for expatriates. Most expats in this area tend to rent an apartment (single-ownership) or a condo (multi-ownership), but some opt for detached houses with gardens or swimming pools. There are also townhouses situated in secure compounds with limited facilities.

Avora 31
avora-31-apartments-for-rent-in-bangkok

Mayfair Gardenmayfair garden apartments for rent in bangkok

Citadines
Citadines apartments for rent in bangkok

2. Central Lumpini Bangkok Apartment Rentals

Lumpini is in the Central Business District (CBD), and offers a range of modern buildings with both apartments and condos for rent.  Apartment and condo unit sizes tend to be smaller than in Sukhumvit as well as more expensive. The area also has few single homes or townhouse developments especially with facilities.

Fraser Place Urbana Langsuan

Fraser Place Urbana Langsuan apartments for rent in Bangkok

Rongratana Executive Residence

Rongratana Executive Residence apartments for rent in Bangkok

Marriott Excutive Apartment

Marriott Executive Apartments for rent in Bangkok

3. Sathon and Silom Bangkok Apartment Rental

The Sathon and Silom area close to the CBD is another popular area for expats looking for a place to rent in Bangkok.  Most people rent a Bangkok apartment or condo in this area although some homes and townhouses are situated off Sathon.

Baan Thirapa

 

Baan Thirapa Bangkok apartment rental

Sathorn Seven Residence

 

Sathorn Seven Residence Bangkok apartment rental

Marriott Executive Apartment SathonMarriott Executive Apartment for rent in Sathon

4. Riverside and Rama 3 Bangkok Apartment Rentals

Riverside and Rama 3 area incorporates Charoenkrung, Charoennakorn, Rama 3 and Narathiwas-Ratchanakarin Road on the both sides of the Chaophraya River. The charm of waterfront living and stunning river views make this area attractive. However, the Bangkok side of the Chaophraya River has limited apartments and condos for rent. Meanwhile, the Thonburi side is also less accessible to the CBD due to a limited number of bridges, although some condo buildings provide a boat shuttle service.

The RiverThe River condo for rent in Bangkok

Supakarn CondominiumSupakarn Condominium for rent in Bangkok

Saichol MansionSaichol Mansion condo for rent in Bangkok

5. Houses for Rent in East Bangkok

East Bangkok is a prominent suburban housing location. Popular among parents who want access to the Bangkok Patana School.  There are a limited number of housing estates with clubhouses and swimming pools in this area that are popular among expatriates, with some offering spacious single houses for rent.

Narasiri PattanakarnNarasiri Pattanakarn houses for rent in Bangkok

Single HouseBangkok single house for rent

Single HouseSingle house for rent in Bangkok

6. North Bangkok Houses for Rent

North Bangkok is particularly attractive to American expatriates due to the location of the International School of Bangkok (I.S.B.).  The school is located within Nichada Thani, a secure housing estate comprising single houses, townhomes, and condominiums for rent. The property development includes a clubhouse with a wide range of sporting facilities.  Single homes at Nichada Thani are some of the most expensive houses to rent in Bangkok. However, several apartment buildings and townhouse developments are available for rent just outside the compound.

Additionally, shopping and entertainment facilities in the north of Bangkok are more limited than in the central areas and commuting to downtown Bangkok can be time consuming. (Rent a Bangkok Apartment - Detailed Location Information)

Baan Raveevan in Nichada ThaniBaan Raveevan in Nichada Thani house for rent in Bangkok

Palm Tree in Nichada Thani

Palm Tree in Nichada Thani house for rent in Bangkok

Mansions in the Park

Mansions in the Park house for rent in Bangkok
 

 
 

Typical Terms to Rent a Bangkok Apartment

Before you start looking for a place to rent in Bangkok, it is advisable to familiarize yourself with the lease and rental agreements in Thailand.

Types of Rental Lease Agreements 

There are a wide variety of rental agreements used in Bangkok. Most lease agreements are briefly written in English and it is not usual for either the landlord or the tenant to use a lawyer.

Each lease is usually segmented into three separate rental agreements to reduce the landlord’s liability to local property tax:

  • Apartment, Condo, House - Space rental
  • Furniture rental
  • Management / services

CBRE has provided service and assistance to the expat community to address their rental needs in Bangkok for over 35 years. As such, we provide guidance through standardized leasing processes and detailed documents to avoid miscommunication and problems so each party’s obligations are clearly understood.
 

 

Rental Taxes

For residential property rentals in Thailand, different taxes are paid depending on whether the lease agreement is made with an individual tenant or a company.

Lease Type

Withholding Tax

VAT
**plus VAT if the landlord is company

 1. Individual

 

 

- Lease for space

-

-

 - Lease for furniture

-

7%

- Service Agreement

-

7%

2. Company

 

 

- Lease for space

5%

-

- Lease for furniture

5%

7%

- Service Agreement

3%

7%

Detailed information on typical Bangkok Apartment rental terms & conditions 
 

Bangkok Rental Guide

As part of our service, we provide clients with as much information as possible on Bangkok apartment rentals available and facilities in the local area.  We have information available for people renting a Bangkok apartment or finding a Bangkok apartment

The list includes: Bangkok Schools and Hospitals as well as information on

  • Water, electricity, and gas supply
  • Pest control
  • Security
  • Furniture
  • Kitchenware
  • Air-conditioning

Read further information on how to rent a Bangkok Apartment or Bangkok Apartment rental listing.

Bangkok Travel & Commuting

BTS (Bangkok Transit System)

The BTS, or sky train, is a critical transport system in Bangkok, covering much of the city centre and its many commercial, residential and tourist areas.

MRT (Mass Rapid Transit)

The MRT is Bangkok’s subway or underground system with one line in operation.  It connects to the Bangkok Transit System at several interchange stations.

ARL (Airport Rail Link)

The ARL is a rapid transit line that connects Suvarnabhumi International Airport to central Bangkok. The ARL transport system is divided into two lines, a city line and express line. The city line train is about a 30-minute journey; whereas, the express line takes about 15 minutes.  

BRT (Bus Rapid Transit)

Bangkok’s BRT line starts from the sky train interchange at the Chong Nonsi BTS station and end at the Ratchadapisek-Ratchapreuk Intersection in Thonburi. The buses mainly travel along exclusive lanes; however, the buses share lanes with other vehicles on some parts of the route but has priority at traffic lights.

Expressways

The main expressways, Sirat, Chalerm Maha Nakhon, and Udon Ratthaya, are a network of highways across Bangkok and nearby provinces. They are accessible via tollways and can accommodate a high volume of vehicles.

Buses

Bangkok has a comprehensive bus network, consisting of publicly run and private buses, both air-conditioned and not air-conditioned.  

Taxis and Tuk-Tuks

City taxis and tuk-tuks (three-wheeled motorized rickshaws) are readily available in most areas of the city. Taxis tend to have metered rates, while tuk-tuk fares are negotiable for each trip.

Detailed Bangkok Travel Information
 

Renting in Bangkok: Case Studies

CBRE specializes in assisting expatriates with the rental process in Bangkok. Here are some multinational clients successfully assisted by our residential leasing team.

Bangkok Apartment Rental Case Studies

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