Dusit is one of the fifty districts of Bangkok. The administrative areas are divided into 5 sub-districts, consisting of Dusit, Wachira Phayaban, Suan Chitlada, Si Yaek Mahanak, and Thanon Nakhon Chaisi, all located in the middle ring of Bangkok. The district is situated on the left of the Chao Phraya River bank (Phra Nakhon area), the territory is bordered to the north by Bang Sue, to the east by Phaya Thai, and Ratchathewi, to the south by Pathum Wan, Pom Prap Sattru Phai, and Phra Nakhon, to the west by Bang Phlat. The general condition of the area consists of a commercial district, a densely populated residential area, a military district, and prominent historical and cultural attractions. It is also the location of the National Assembly, various ministries, and beautiful royal palaces, making it the central administrative region of Thailand. In addition, the Regional Offices of Thailand, the United Nations, and many international organizations are also located in the area.
Dusit Real Estate Trends
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How affordable is it to live in Dusit?
The median sales price is approximately ฿24,100,000 in Dusit The median price per square meter in Dusit is ฿69,600 The Dusit area currently has 2 properties for sale
Overview of Property for Sale in Dusit
Dusit district is considered very comfortable and responsive to all lifestyles. Due to the area's characteristics, which is home to many significant places such as government centers, palaces, historical and cultural attractions, educational institutions, and hospitals, together with high-developed and convenient transportation, it continuously increases demand for residential housing. The property for sale market in this area focuses on selling houses, townhouses with all-around utilities rather than condominiums. According to its limited area and high-priced land plots, the price rate per square meter of property for sale in Dusit goes high and mainly targets high-end customers. Property sizes range from 2-4 bedrooms, and selling prices start at 70,000 baht per square meter.
The Most Distinctive Landmarks in Dusit
Dusit is a charming district due to its diversity. It is also the political center of Thailand since the National Assembly and various ministries are based. It is also home to historical and cultural attractions, which are fascinating landmarks in Dusit.
- Dusit Palace with Equestrian statue of King Chulalongkorn located in the Dusit Palace Plaza, also known as 'Lan Phra Rup.' The palace was built during the reign of H.M. King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) as a temporary residence, as well as many amazing royal residences and palaces such as Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, Vimanmek Mansion, Amphorn Sathan Residential Hall, and Chitralada Royal Villa. Dusit Palace has been the king's residence since the reign of H.M. King Chulalongkorn until the present. However, some parts of the building have been changed to operate as government offices. The only royal area of the palace, which is the residence of H.M. Queen Sirikit, The Queen Mother of Thailand, is Chitralada Royal Villa.
- Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall is the royal reception hall graciously commissioned by H.M. King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) to be built to the east of the Amphorn Sathan Residential Hall. The place is employed for the king to attend the significant associations and state occasions. The building is characterized by neo-Renaissance and neoclassical architecture meticulously decorated with stunning Italian marble. It also is distinguished by its central classic Roman dome and all-around six smaller exquisite domes made of copper, making it a famous attraction among visitors.
- Wat Benchamabophit is a royal monastery established by H.M. King Chulalongkorn (Rama V). The place is infused with exquisite ancient Thai architecture and a sense of classic European architecture. It is highly regarded as one of the best-planned temples in Thailand. Since the building was built of the finest Italian marble, it is also commonly known among foreign tourists as the "Marble temple."
Dusit is a densely populated residential area because the district is neighbored by various amenities to facilitate people in the area, whether public or private educational institutions from pre-kindergarten to bachelor's degree, such as Wat Benchamabophit Secondary School, SarinTemplergarten, Rajinibon School, Suan Dusit University, etc. and hospitals and specialized medical service centers, such as Mission Hospital Bangkok, MEA Hospital, etc. Additionally, it is also a lively area of shopping centers and markets such as Hi Mall Samsen, Supreme Complex, Ratchawat Market, Siyan Market, etc., as well as a central point of more than 42 financial institutions.
Transportation Modes in Dusit
Transportation in Dusit is accomplished byland transportation and water transportation. As for the land transportation, traveling by car is available via 32 main roads and rural roads connected to all regions, including Rama V Road, Pracha Rat no.1, Thahan Road, Samsen Road, Pradiphat Road, Ratchawithi Road, etc. Besides, there is also the Krung Thon Bridge (Sang Hi), which is a bridge over the Chao Phraya River connecting between Dusit and Bang Phlat to make transportation easier. There is also a railway service of the Northern Line through this area. Chitralada railway station or Suan Chitralada royal railway station located in Suan Chitlada, Dusit, is a special railway station that is not available to the public. Instead, you can use the Ramathibodi Hospital railway halt. Moreover, a Sam Sen railway station in Thanon Nakhon Chaisi, Dusit, and a Yommarat Railway Station in Suan Chitlada, Dusit, are also available for railway service. The Chao Phraya River is the only main water transportation.