According to Euromonitor International’s Top 100 City Destinations 2018 report, Bangkok is the world’s second most visited city following Hong Kong.
Real estate in Bangkok is considered more valuable than other major cities in Asia such as Singapore and Shanghai, according to CBRE’s fifth annual global living 2019 report.
Of all the skyscrapers in Bangkok, King Power Mahanakhon is one of the largest mixed-use developments and the second tallest building at 78 storeys. Standing 314 metres high, it is just four metres shorter than the recently completed Magnolias Waterfront Iconsiam Residences with 318 meters.
King Power Mahanakhon is an icon of Thailand
King Power Mahanakhon officially launched in 2016 and welcomes a large number of national and international tourists every day.
Located in the heart of Bangkok’s Sathorn and Central Business District, the freehold residences are situated on the 23rd to 73rd floors of the iconic building. Units range from two to four bedrooms, with sizes from 135 square metres to 447 square metres. Steps away from Chong Nonsi BTS station, the opportunity to own a residence in the prestigious prime location is now available to those seeking an elegant urban lifestyle.
King Power Mahanakhon, Thailand’s iconic landmark destination recently opened its doors to brand new super-luxury show units at The Ritz-Carlton Residences.
Units in the tower feature world-class bespoke interiors crafted by David Collins studio. Luxurious facilities include a 54th-floor Residential Club Lounge where owners can enjoy a library, bar, dining area, kitchen, lounge area, boardroom and TV room. Owners will also have access to a fitness centre, swimming pool, private cinema, mini-bar, billiard room, game room, and children’s room among other leisure amenities located on the seventh floor.
Marc Begassat, managing director of King Power Mahanakhon said:
“It is truly a unique opportunity to own a residence within an iconic landmark, in one of Thailand’s tallest buildings. As we continue to create a destination that combines exceptional hospitality, award-winning cuisine, and world-class attractions, we look forward to offering owners a prestigious urban lifestyle experience that can only be found at King Power Mahanakhon.”
Within the same iconic building is the Mahanakhon skywalk, Thailand’s highest observation deck, three levels of retail shops and the Mahanakhon Bangkok SkyBar, Thailand’s highest restaurant and bar.
In the next phase, the world’s first Orient Express Hotel will also be making its debut at the landmark destination, with signature dining venues including Mott32 and Mahanathi by David Thompson.
In regard to prices, available units at The Ritz-Carlton Residents are selling for $1.3 million per unit or over $10,000 per square metre.
A similar mixed-use building is found in Cambodia’s capital of Phnom Penh, where it is known as Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, occupy the top 14 floors of Vattanac Capital, Cambodia’s tallest building.