Spanning 86 sq.m on the 12th floor of this magnificent new building is this brand new luxury condominium at Muniq Langsuan completed in 2022. Muniq Langsuan is a rare freehold development in Bangkok's prime Langsuan and Lumpini neighbourhood conceived by one of Thailand's leading home builders; Major Development PCL.
The property provides two en-suite bedrooms, an open plan kitchen and dining area with a separate, spacious living room. There is also a guests' powder room. The property is delivered fully fitted with the kitchen, bathrooms, flooring and air-conditioning installed leaving the new owner to interior design to their wishes.
Residents' facilities at Muniq Langsuan are extensive and include a state-of-the-art automated car parking system with EV chargers available, on the 5th-6th floors are to be found an Active Atrium, a Gym, a Yoga Room, separate male and female Saunas, Locker Rooms and Spas, and a Relaxing Lounge. On the 27th floor is a Heated Swimming Pool (28 degrees), a Childrens' Pool, a Jacuzzi, a Residents' Amphitheatre, a Sky gallery Garden, a Leisure Pool and a Charming Balcony with stunning views. Further up, on the 28th floor (top) are a Decanter Sky Lounge, a Private Kitchen and Dining Room and another Residents' Terrace.
The Lumpini area in central Bangkok where Muniq Langsuan is located is largely defined by Lumpini Park, as well as its major thoroughfares: Ratchadamri, Wireless, Ploenchit, Chidlom and Langsuan Roads. It is well-served by public transportation, particularly the BTS Station at Ratchadamri on the Silom Line (Dark Green) and Chit Lom and Ploen Chit on the Sukhumvit (Light Green) lines, which connect at Siam Station. Additionally, the MRT (subway) provides local services at Lumpini and Silom. Having access to this diverse range of transportation options means getting around Bangkok from Lumpini is relatively easy.
Notably, and representative of the exclusivity of this area, many of the biggest foreign embassies call Lumpini home, among them are The United States, UK, Italy, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Australia and many more. Most embassies here are set in spacious grounds with lush gardens. As Lumpini is one of the most expensive areas in Bangkok, the area is popular with well-to-do Thais and wealthy foreigners and has more developments in the pipeline that will further enhance the area as a premier residential neighborhood in the city.