Spent many hours studying for my MBA apps here! Escape the chaos of Bangkok noise and pollution while remaining in the heart of the city center. You'll love my place, not only because of its artsy and laid back vibes, but mainly because of the green tropical park our balcony cradles (which smells wonderful after it rains!). For writers and professionals, my writing desk overlooks the park inspires creativity and smiles.
The room is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
Spacious bedroom (yoga mat, ab-roller and kettle bell are provided and can be used inside the room comfortably) with large windows facing the central park. The flat is shared with three young and easygoing (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), who are great fun to share the kitchen, balcony and living room with. Bathroom has a bathtub and toilet and is very basic. There is a library to borrow books, a private work desk that overlooks the park and lots of closet space. Maid and laundry is included. Overall good vibes!
The bedroom is private with a lock on the door that can be locked from the inside. The living room, balcony and kitchen are shared spaces. All dishes may be used for cooking, and common spaces are kept clean.
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I am not available for your stay but my (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) will be available to give the key and for questions.
- No absurdly loud music or noise in common area after midnight on weekdays.
- No smoking indoors.
- No prostitutes. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) reserve the right to ask any unregistered or extra guests to leave.
Salut! I am 29 year old young professional who is studying for an MBA. I love my green and cozy home in Bangkok to study, but love to travel, so Airbnb is allowing me to do both (while saving up for a masters)! I am passionate about media and public policy and love curious open-minded people. I live with two welcoming young French roommates who will welcome you with a drink and good conversation on our communal balcony. The place is perfect for other young professionals who need a good place to work but love to go out and unwind in the evenings. Respectful interns who don't want to spend a month in a hotel is good too!
I also write an amateur travel guide for my friends and guests. Here is a sneak peak for Bangkok's best hidden restaurants:
Supanniga Eating Room, Thong Lor or Silom (Vegan friendly)
Four words: best crab curry ever. Certainly the best Thai curry I've had in Bangkok with succulent chunky chunks in a rich tasty, albeit spicy, sauce.
Lek & Rat, Street Seafood Market in Chinatown
I love Thai seafood more than anything in the world, not hyperbolic I swear. Go to this spot for the lime sauce steamed snapper and make sure to get the spicy sauces to dip the white fish into.
El Mercado, "The Chef's Market"
Sick of Thai food? Go here! Delectable quality cuisine at an affordable price in the cutest terrace garden patio. Done in an unassuming renovated house, El Mercado has a delicious fresh bakery, wide meat and cheese selections and most importantly, fresh seafood. The ingredients are chosen with an artisanal care you can taste.
The whole list is here: