Bangkok 1 Bedroom Condo tour & cost: 40 sq.mtrs near True Digital Park, HOW MUCH?

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For those of you who are a fan of startups, startup ecosystems, specifically the startup ecosystem(s) of SE Asian markets as well as co-working spaces and entrepreneurial incubators, you may already know of True Digital Park. If not, well, True Digital Park is THE largest co-working space in all of SE Asia. It sits between the Punnawithi and Udom Suk stations of the BTS Sky train in Bangkok on “lower” Sukhumvit. In this giant co-working space are many other co-working spaces. Not the least of which is a giant WeWork which occupies much of the 6th floor.
PLUS there are about 100 eateries, a food court, a Tops Market and TONS of parking.
There is FREE WiFi with speed of the order of 100Mbps. Its a cool new spot for Bangkok. One could argue that Bangkok is indeed one of the top 5 best centrally located cities or Hubs in SE Asia. For sure Singapore is in the top 3 BUT for the money, I think Bangkok really makes a great place for businesses and entrepreneurs looking for an inexpensive, exciting city to set up shop, or at least one of their shops.
SO – with all that said, I wanted to be near this and found a great 1 Bedroom Condo of about 40 sq. meters that’s a 5 minute walk from True Digital Park and about 15 minutes from the BTS and an easy landmark for any Grab, Taxi, Tuk Tuk or Food Panda delivery driver.
So, here’s the video of my new place.
If you have any specific questions, please feel free to reach out to me here in the comments or via email: [email protected]

Live the Dream!
~mikes

Happy Friday from BKK – Welcome to the Cool Kids Table

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I’m trying out a new Live Streaming solution: Lightstream.

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It was actually recommended to me from the guys at Restream ( https://www.restream.io )
I am *REEEEEALLY* impressed! All of this was done in my Chrome browser, on my Dell 13″ Chromebook 3380. This was a Free Chromebook given to me from some buddies at Dell a few years ago when I kept saying, “I *cannot* use a Chromebook as there are not apps!!!!” This was one of first few Chromebooks that allowed the running of Play Store Apps vs. just the limited number of apps in the Chrome Store.
As you probably know, this really opened up what a Chromebook can do. STILL for the most part, I try to do everything in Chrome (the browser) with as close to Everything as possible, running in The Cloud.
Its all part of Living the Dream! 😉
In this impromptu Live Stream I mention another YouTuber: Marty Johnson and his new YouTube channel: “SurvivingTN”: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_lA5YtflyLQeXHn2XMIDbw/videos

He’s a great guy and listening to him go thru what he has (and still is) going thru really makes you grateful for all the little moments of simple comfort we *get* to have throughout our lives.

Plus we chat a bit about “the virus” and some of the behaviors of people here in The Kingdom – no real over-reactions, I’m happy to report…
Although, there was some discussion around the US “closing its borders” to people coming in from Asia but nothing was confirmed nor sited.

So, I hope you enjoy this little discussion with a few of your fellow subscribers and hope to come back with another one very soon.
Live the Dream!
~mikes

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Bangkok Giant Swing Discovered!

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Greetings folks. On this afternoon, as I searched Google Maps for the closest BTS or MRT station to get my back home to my condo near True Digital Park off lower Sukhumvit, I see this label on the map for “Giant Swing”.
WELL, who wouldn’t want to go check out a Giant Swing.
So, off we go! Along the way, I get to walk through a little park, Rommaninat Park
สวนรมณีนาถ More data on the Giant Swing: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_Swing

It is just across from a beautiful temple, Wat Suthat Thepwararam
วัดสุทัศนเทพวรารามราชวรมหาวิหาร, more info on this specific Wat here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wat_Suthat
to summarize: The Giant Swing is a religious structure in Sao Chingcha Subdistrict, Phra Nakhon District, Bangkok, Thailand.

I’ve been living in Bangkok for about 2 months, and in Thailand for about 90 days as of this video and I have a feeling I will still be saying this 90 months from now, “Bangkok has an UNlimited amount of things to do!”
As, mentioned in previous posts, I listen to “The Bangkok Podcast”. https://www.bangkokpodcast.com/
I started listening to it before I moved here permanently. Since I had just found it about 2 months before I knew I was definitely making the move, and the podcast had been going on for several years I have *plenty* of episodes to catch up on (a.k.a. binge) as well as enjoy during the 13 hour flight over the Pacific Ocean on my final One-Way journey back in November.

Bangkok or Krung Thep or the City of Angels or its FULL Name: Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Ayuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit indeed has something for everyone… including plenty of way to get out and get to a beach!
:–)
Thanks for watching and following the journey.
Live the Dream!
~mikes