Condominium in Silom: the answer of your lifestyle

When it comes to having the best of both worlds, you’ll hear Silom being tossed around as the place to be. Besides being Bangkok’s central business district, it’s an area where work, play and balance meet. You’ll miss much of the tourist crowds of Sukhumvit but as a place to live, Silom is thriving. It’s not just the convenience of being close to many head offices, brands and local companies for work, but also being in the crux of all the city has to offer. You’re never too far from Read more […]

Buying a New House? 5 Things to Consider Before Choosing Your New Home

Acquiring a property that will become your new home is one of the most important decisions you can make, as it will influence many areas of your life in the future. Therefore, it is essential that you keep in mind the following aspects, which will help you make the best choice. Location Experts say that the most important thing for a business to succeed is its location. This also applies to your home. Being central and close to your work, your children’s school, shops, hospitals, etc., can make Read more […]

Turbo Diesels Take on Hybrids

Recently I test drove of the new Volkswagen Jetta TDI Diesel. It accelerated on to the freeway faster than my Toyota Prius.  Driving freeways and stop-go city, I wondered which would be the bigger seller, the new European turbodiesels or the Japanese Hybrids. For Detroit, May was the cruelest month, as they were outsold by Asia for the first time. Fuel economy is in; gas guzzling is being punished. General Motors, Ford Motor and Chrysler combined for a record low market share of 44.4 percent, compared Read more […]

Preservation: The Greenest Building is the One That’s Already Built

Tearing down our homes seems to be almost a national pastime. Americans have always viewed anything old with suspicion, and that makes sense when we’re talking about outdated concepts of governing such as having an inbred, pinky finger-wagging king tell us what to do. But when it comes to the architectural legacy left to us by preceding generations of Americans, this approach not only robs us of unique neighborhoods and our history, but also is insanely destructive to the environment. According Read more […]