Due to the nature of Thailand's environment marina house's ever popular decking is in need of refurbishment. This project was last completed in 2012. Since that time the flood wall at the front of marina house has been raised by 80cm. Our upcoming projects will be recovering our full riverside aspect and bringing more intimate areas to our decking to support the continued use of our decking as an extended living area for our tenants.
As most people are aware Thailand's government has been in limbo for the better part of 2014 with protests, failed elections and random violence. During the week of May 19th 2014 this situation has changed significantly. This article aims to provide a "real-life" version of how this has affected (or not) the life of our residents and people of Bangkok.
This subject is THE hot topic at the moment. There is plenty of information online about this subject to give a back-ground if people are interested. I am writing this today to help people understand how this has affected marina house to this point. In basic terms it has caused about 1 hour of delays on 1 day since it began. By Bangphlat standards this is actually quite a lot.
When people start to think about taking the plunge to either visit or move to Thailand they often have no idea where to start. If you are booking a holiday then a hotel is a simple enough answer to your accommodation needs. Nearly every international flight into Thailand lands in Bangkok and many people decide that this is a good place to start their Thailand adventure and with plenty to see, do, eat and explore it is a wise choice.