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The median monthly rent for rental homes in Samphanthawong is ฿28,200
The median monthly rent per square meter in Samphanthawong is ฿362
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Samphantawong is one of the fifty districts of Bangkok located on the east bank of the Chao Phraya River (Phra Nakhon side), bordering to the north with Pom Prap Sattru Phai District, to the east with Bang Rak District, to the south with Khlong San District and the to west with Phra Nakhon District. The district is subdivided into 3 sub-districts, namely Chakkrawat Sub-district, Samphanthawong Sub-district, and Talat Noi Sub-district. Although Samphanthawong is the smallest district, it is considered an important inner core of Bangkok. It has also been a bustling commercial district and a densely populated area since the past until the present.
Overview of Property for Rent in Samphanthawong
Samphanthawong is an area preserved with the charm of classicism and the contemporary of the old mixed-culture community. Since most of the district's area is occupied by old residential buildings and there is already a limited amount of land available for development, the real estate projects in Samphanthawong have been slightly developed in the past few years. However, according to the full range of facilities, it is still a sought-after community for many people, and the property for rent in Samphanthawong has become increasingly popular. Most of the properties for rent in this area are detached houses and townhouses with an average rental price of 20,000 baht per month or more, which is considered a relatively high rental price, suitable for the middle class to upper-class residents who tend to rent the property for livings and doing businesses. Additionally, the limitation of land area has resulted in a continuously rising demand for the property for rent every year.
The Most Distinctive Landmarks in Samphanthawong
Considering the rich historical and cultural background of Samphanthawong that has been a residence of foreigners of various cultures since the past, the area houses many historical and cultural attractions as follows:
- Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan, once known as 'Wat Sam Chin,' is an ancient temple with a long history. The temple enshrines the graceful massive solid gold Buddha image named Phra Phuttha Maha Suwan Patimakon or Luang Phor Thong Kham. The Buddha image has been highly respected since ancient times. Owing to its gigantic size and solid gold quality, Phra Phuttha Maha Suwan Patimakon has been honored to be listed in the Guinness World Records as The world's largest solid gold Buddha image.
- Yaowarat Road is the largest Chinese community in Thailand, where overseas Chinese have come to trade with Thai people since the reign of King Rama I. Nowadays, Yaowarat Road is widely known as Thailand's most significant gold trading center and one of the top list destinations for gourmets from all over the world. During the day, the road is filled with bustle and hustle of gold shops, traditional Chinese herbal pharmacies, fruit shops, and Chinese restaurants, but in the evening, it will be turned into a foodie's paradise with countless street food outlets and restaurants on both sides of the road providing a variety of delectable foods such as Chinese food, seafood, sweets and beverages, and so on.
- Sampheng Market is one of the most energetic commercial districts in Bangkok, which distributes both retail and wholesale products consisting of a wide variety of products such as souvenirs and small items for gifts, jewelry, fashion clothes, hats, watches, dolls, children's toys, as well as various foods, Sampheng Market is open everyday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and from Monday to Saturday from 2:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.
Amenities in Samphanthawong
Samphanthawong District is a community where people of different religions live together in peace. Therefore, several religious sites are located in the area., including temples, churches, mosques, and well-known shrines such as Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan, Wat Chakrawatrachawat Woramahawihan (Wat Sam Pluem), Holy Rosary Church, Zhou Song Gong Shrine, etc. Besides, this area is a well-recognized and significant commercial district in Bangkok, including many famous shopping areas, such as Sampheng Market, Yaowarat Road, Sampeng Square, Khlong Thom Plaza, as well as educational institutions that provide education from primary to tertiary level, such as Pei-ing School, Kularb Wittaya School, Rajamangala University Of Technology Borphitphimuk Campus, etc.
Transportation Modes in Samphanthawong
Samphanthawong is a district located in the inner core of Bangkok with heavy traffic throughout the day. People in the area prefer to travel to different places and neighborhoods by main roads, using Charoen Krung Road, Yaowarat Road, Ratchawong Road, Mangkon Road, etc. In addition, the district also has some areas bordering the Chao Phraya River, which is another choice for convenient and quick travel via express boat service available at Ratchawong Express Boat Pier and Marine Department Pier. There are also many land transportation modes for tourists visiting the area, such as motorbike taxis, tuk-tuks, buses, taxis, and many others.