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Old May 16th, 2014, 12:46 PM   #1
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Thailand Q&A - ทุกข้อสงสัยถามได้ที่นี่เลย

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Q : เสียงเหมือนลูกแก้วหล่นที่มักจะชอบได้ยินตอนกลางคืน (สำหรับคนที่อยู่อพาร์ทเม้นท์หรือคอนโด)

ประมาณสักตี 2-4 ในบางคืนผมมักจะได้ยินเสียงประหลาดที่เหมือนเสียงลูกแก้วตกใส่พื้นบ่อยมากๆ และพอผมไปถามเพื่อนเพื่อนก็ได้ยินเหมือนกันส่วนมากคนที่อยู่หอหรือคอนโดมักจะได้ยิน อยากรู้มากๆเพราะวันก่อนนั่งคุยกับเพื่อนสองสามคน

คนแรกบอกมาว่า เป็นเสียงของกุมารเล่นของเล่นที่เจ้าของหอมักจะเลี้ยงไว้ให้คอยดูแลหอ แต่อีกคนไม่เชื่อละกลับบอกว่าเป็นเสียงลูกปืนที่อยู่ในท่อน้ำ

ใครมีความรู้หรือสามารถบอกได้ว่ามันเป็นเสียงอะไรช่วยบอกทีครับ
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A : มันเกิดจากวัสดุโครงสร้างของอาคารกำลังคืนตัวครับ

ในตอนกลางวันแดดร้อนๆอาคารจะขยายตัวสูงสุด

พอตอนเย็นอาคารเริ่มเย็นลง ในเวลากลางคืนอาคารจะเย็นตัวสูงสุด พวกเหล็กที่อยู่ในคอนกรีตจะหดตัวเป็นจังหวะๆ
มันมีเหล็กๆหลายๆเส้นมันก็แข่งกันคืนตัวก็เลยได้ยินเสียงหลายเที่ยว และได้ยินเฉพาะกลางคืน
อาจจะได้ยินหลายๆห้องเพราะว่าอาคารมันเชื่อมต่อกันหมดดังที่จุดใดจุดหนึ่งก็ดังไปทั้งตึกได้

อารมณ์คล้ายๆแผ่นดินไหวครับ มีการคืนตัวของพลังงานที่เก็บสะสมไว้ในตอนกลางวัน
ให้สังเกตุว่าจะดังหน้าร้อนมาก หน้าฝนจะไม่ค่อยได้ยิน
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Q : ทำไมคอนโดฯ ชั้นสูงๆ ราคาแพงกว่าชั้นเตี้ยๆ ทั้งที่อยู่ในตึกเดียวกันแท้ๆ



อืมม์ นั่นสินะ ทำไมคอนโดฯ ชั้นสูง ๆ ต้องแพงกว่าด้วย เวลาไฟดับไม่กลัวต้องเดินขึ้นกะไดเหงือกแห้งหรือไง ?
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A : ก่อนอื่นต้องชมว่าเป็นคำถามคลาสสิค และเป็นสิ่งที่ถึงขั้นต้องปฏิวัติทางความคิดคนไทยกันเลยทีเดียว เพราะอย่าลืมว่าการอยู่อาศัยในตึกสูงไม่ใช่ธรรมเนียมไทยแท้แต่โบราณแน่นอน คอนโดฯ เองก็เพิ่งจะบูมสัก 10 กว่าปีมานี้เอง

นี่อาจจะเป็นมูลเหตุที่คนไทยฝังใจลึก ๆ ว่า ไม่เอา ไม่ชอบอยู่ตึกสูง เวลาซื้อฉันก็จะเลือกชั้นล่าง ๆ ไว้ก่อน ประมาณว่าถ้าไฟดับขึ้นมา ฉันจะได้เปรียบคนอยู่ชั้นบน ๆ เพราะเดินขึ้นกะไดน้อยกว่า เหนื่อยก็น้อยกว่า

คำถามนี้ไม่จำเป็นต้องตอบเอง แต่โยนคำถามกลับไปให้นักพัฒนาที่ดินหรือเจ้าของโครงการ คำตอบคือศาสตร์ของการขายคอนโดฯ เขาจะ "ขายวิว" กันค่ะ เปรียบเทียบง่าย ๆ ในโลกของการเป็นผู้บริหาร ในโลกของอำนาจ เคยได้ยินคำว่ายิ่งสูงยิ่งหนาว แต่ในโลกของคอนโดฯ ...ยิ่งสูงยิ่งสวย เพราะฉะนั้น ยิ่งสูงยิ่งแพงเพราะขายวิว

ถ้าไม่เชื่อ ลองเดินไปสำนักงานขายคอนโดฯ ที่มีความสูงเยอะ ๆ เอาให้แคบเข้าก็คือโครงการแถวพระโขนง เพราะพนักงานขายสาวสวยนอกจากจะพูดเจื้อยแจ้วฟังพอเพลิน ๆ แล้ว สิ่งที่นำเสนอก็คือถ้าไปยืนบนดาดฟ้าตึกนี้ จะมองเห็นเกาะสีชังอยู่แว่บ ๆ บ้างล่ะ จะมองเห็นปากอ่าวไทยในวันฟ้าเปิดบ้างล่ะ

นอกจากยิ่งสูงยิ่งแพงแล้ว ยังขึ้นกับนโยบายของเจ้าของโครงการด้วย คอนโดฯ บางแท่งทำเลดีจัด ปรับราคาขายต่อตารางเมตรทุก 1 ชั้น เช่น ปรับราคา 1,000 บาทต่อตารางเมตรทุกชั้น นั่นหมายความว่า ถ้าอยู่ชั้น 4 กับชั้น 14 ราคาขายจะเพิ่มขึ้นอีกตารางเมตรละ 10,000 บาท เช่น อยู่ชั้น 4 ตารางเมตรละ 80,000 บาท อยู่ชั้น 14 จะกลายเป็นตารางเมตรละ 90,000 บาท

คอนโดฯ บางแท่งจะปรับราคาทุก ๆ 2-3 ชั้น เช่น ทุก 3 ชั้นขึ้นราคาอีกตารางเมตรละ 500 บาท ตัวอย่าง ชั้น 4 ตารางเมตรละ 50,000 บาท ชั้น 14 เท่ากับจะมีการปรับดังนี้ เริ่มจากชั้น 4-6 ราคาเดียวกัน, ชั้น 7-9 ปรับขึ้นอีก 500 บาท, ชั้น 10-12 ปรับขึ้นอีก 500 บาท และชั้น 13-15 ปรับราคาอีก 500 บาท ดังนั้น โครงการนี้ถ้าซื้อชั้น 14 จะมีราคาขายเพิ่มตารางเมตรละ 1,500 บาท หรือมีราคาขาย 51,500 บาท เป็นต้น

มีของแถมให้ก่อนจบ คอนโดฯ รุ่นใหม่ ๆ เวลาไฟดับ (ซึ่งปกติจะดับแป๊บเดียว) กรณีถ้าไฟดับเพราะเสาไฟล้มแปลว่าต้องซ่อมนาน ๆ ในตัวโครงการจะมีเครื่องปั่นไฟสำรอง ป้อนให้กับการใช้ลิฟต์และไฟฟ้าสว่างทางเดินในพื้นที่ส่วนกลาง แต่ไม่ได้ป้อนกระแสไฟฟ้าเข้าห้องชุดส่วนตัว ดังนั้น จะอยู่ชั้นสูงแค่ไหนก็ตาม แม้ไฟข้างนอกจะดับ แต่ลิฟต์ส่วนกลางยังใช้งานได้ตามปกติ
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Q : Where is the CBD in Bangkok?


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A : The central business district in most metropolitan cities is often dictated by infrastructure, transport links and mass transit. The evolution of Bangkok's CBD also reflects this.

Historically, Bangkok's original CBD was by the river along Charoenkrung Road around Chinatown and where the Mandarin Oriental Hotel is now. The Chao Phraya River was the hub of the city's economic activities and the key mode of transport for residents and traders. The Sampeng and Yaowarat areas were Bangkok's commercial centres given their accessibility from the river and the transport link.

Later in the 1950s and 1960s, the emergence of more modern retail and office formats led to an extension of the CBD into the Surawongse, Si Phraya and Silom areas. The office of Baker McKenzie, one of Thailand's oldest international law firms, was in Surawongse.

Back then, the Sukhumvit area was an undeveloped field, and Sathorn was a residential area for the old rich and partly Crown Property.

As the city expanded, the 1990s saw multiple areas being developed and built up. Asoke and Rama III were predicted to be the next CBDs, but this did not materialise.

In fact, the CBD, particularly Grade A office developments, extended from the Silom area to Sathorn and Wireless Roads, whereas retail centres and five-star hotels concentrated along the Ploenchit and Rama I area.

Sukhumvit was seen as a residential area and a micro-market for offices. Vibhavadi Rangsit near Central Lat Phrao was a secondary market for offices underpinned by its location near the expressway.

The big change for Bangkok came about in 2000 with the completion of the BTS Skytrain, followed by the MRT subway in 2004.

The core of the mass-transit systems anchored Bangkok's city centres and the CBD, which included Silom and Sathorn, Lumpini, early Sukhumvit and Phyathai.

The period from 2000 onwards saw a build-up of city centre sites with new developments being constructed.

Without stringent city planning, Bangkok's CBD has developed into an interesting landscape featuring a mixture of hotels, retail and residential developments and offices in any one particular area. Each area in the CBD today offers the best of everything. This is unlike cities such as London, where The City is predominantly commercial and is usually very quiet at night, while the West End is predominantly retail with a mixture of residential.

However, after the continuous build-up, prime CBD land in Bangkok is now hard to find. Prices of prime plots have also risen substantially, making developments less feasible financially. This has triggered yet another change in the way Bangkok is developing and is again dictated by the mass-transit systems and infrastructure.

Today, the key area demonstrating significant growth is the early part of Ratchadaphisek from Rama IX to the Suthisarn intersection. Many new Grade A office buildings such as The Ninth Tower, AIA Capital Center, G-Land Tower, the new Stock Exchange, large-scale shopping malls and high-rise residential condominiums have been developed in this area, or soon will be. This is forming Bangkok's new sub-CBD and an emerging office location.

As CBD prices continue to increase, sub-centres are likely to emerge in midtown and suburban locations along mass-transit routes.

However, today the city's core CBD is solidly positioned and unlikely to shift.

We believe the CBD and sub-CBD markets will run in parallel, and where you choose to be will largely be dictated by price and rental affordability.

Aliwassa Pathnadabutr is managing director of CBRE Thailand.
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A : I hear people referring to Thailand as a third world country.

Now that I've been here a month that doesn't seem to be the case at all. There's lots of new cars on the road, they have great freeways, there's no shortage of goods on the streets, there's very little garbage or stray animals on the streets other than a few dogs, and I haven't been hassled by a single beggar, in fact I've hardly seen any. I'm not sure what exactly the line is for what determines a country being third world, but it seems to me that Thailand is solidly second world, inching towards first world. I'm sure there are areas of Thailand that are worse off than the more touristy areas I've been to, but then that's the case back in the U.S. as well. The comparison to India is vast, where anywhere you might go you're accosted by beggars and street kids and vast shanty towns. So in a complimentary way, and without minimizing those who are poor here, it seems like as far as societies go in the world, the Thais are doing pretty darn good for themselves. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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Q : Can Foreigners Really Buy Property in Thailand?

A : If youíre planning on staying in Thailand for a considerable amount of time then you may have decided that you want to buy property here.

There are various methods which you can use to safely and securely buy property in Thailand.

The easiest and most straightforward way would be to buy a condominium in Thailand which is available with foreign ownership rignts:

Advantages to this method include:
The condo belongs to you and no other parties need to be involved

Disadvantages of this method include:
Condos with foreign ownership rights are often more expensive to buy

Most developments have a limited amount of condos with foreign ownership available.

If you have a Thai company you can buy a condominium through your Thai company, you will normally be able to acquire the property at a lower price than if you bought it in your name, but donít forget that the other partners of the company will also have a say in what happens to your property.

Buying land in a company name

Foreigners cannot own land in Thailand, although many claim to. Whether you acquire land in a company name or your wifes name or anybody elses name, never forget you do not own this land.

If you have a Thai company, your Thai company can own land. In order to do this you need to set up a Thai company, there must be a minimum of 7 shareholders all of which must be at least twenty years of age and there must be more Thai shareholders than foreign shareholders. The maximum ownership percentage available to foreign shareholders is 49%.

After the company setup procedure is complete you will receive your official company documents (around 15 pages long) these documents will only be in Thai language, so you may wish to get them translated into your native language. You will also receive a company stamp, it is very important that you donít lose this stamp as you will need it every time that any official business is carried out on behalf of your company.


Buying property through leasehold land

One of the simplest and most common ways for foreigners to acquire property in Thailand is to buy land in the name of a Thai citizen and have a 30 year lease drawn up with the option to extend it.
When your lawyer is drawing up the lease itís important to ensure that they include details of:

What should happen if the Thai owner was to die during the term of the lease
What should happen if you were to die during the term of the lease
What should happen if Thai law is ever changed to allow foreigners to own property

Any lease over three years in duration must be registered at the local amphur and a small fee will be payable, the amount usually varies depending on the area.

This article is intended purely for informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice.
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Atom, adding English version of Q &A as Bilingual would be a lot better - if it is possible and a big burden
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Sounds good, the bilingual one should be interesting question for both locals and foreigners.
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Q : Does Bangkok sink below the sea level?
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Venice, Bangkok, New Orleans - the coastal cities that are sinking ten times faster than sea levels are rising

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Venice, flooded in November 2013. Human-driven subsidence has stopped but the ground level is still falling thanks to natural factors.
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Scientists have issued a new warning to the world’s coastal megacities that the threat from subsiding land is a more immediate problem than rising sea levels caused by global warming.

A new paper from the Deltares Research Institute in the Netherlands published earlier this month identified regions of the globe where the ground level is falling 10 times faster than water levels are rising - with human activity often to blame.

In Jakarta, Indonesia’s largest city, the population has grown from around half a million in the 1930s to just under 10 million today, with heavily populated areas dropping by as much as six and a half feet as groundwater is pumped up from the Earth to drink.

The same practice led to Tokyo’s ground level falling by two metres before new restrictions were introduced, and in Venice, this sort of extraction has only compounded the effects of natural subsidence caused by long-term geological processes.

"Land subsidence and sea level rise are both happening, and they are both contributing to the same problem - larger and longer floods, and bigger inundation depth of floods," Dr Gilles Erkens, who led the research from Deltares, told the BBC.

"The most rigorous solution and the best one is to stop pumping groundwater for drinking water, but then of course you need a new source of drinking water for these cities. But Tokyo did that and subsidence more or less stopped, and in Venice, too, they have done that."

In Pictures: The real Atlantis? Megacities under threat from land subsidence

Unfortunately, human-driven subsidence is having a great affect than natural processes, with rapid urbanization and its associated impacts leading to increased vulnerability to floods.

Dr Erkens and his team estimate that the financial cost of structural damage and maintenance amounts to around a billion dollars annually and that parts of many megacities – including Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok and Dhaka – will sink below sea level unless action is taken.

In the case of Jakarta defences such as a 30-kilometer seawall have been erected to protect the city form flooding, but if this were to break, Deltares have predicted that within 48 hours the homes of nearly one million people would be flooded.

For other cities though, even this sort of defence is futile, as rising water levels will overrun them first instead.

The tiny island nation of Maldives (formed from a double chain of 26 atolls) sits just five feet above sea level. Worst-case projections of rising water levels suggest that some 350,000 islanders will have to completely abandon their home before the end of the century, leaving behind a 2,000 year old culture for good.
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Q : What is the size of Chatuchak market?
ถ : ตลาดนัดจตุจักรมีขนาดใหญ่แค่ไหน?

A : Chatuchak (or Jatujak; Thai: จตุจักร) weekend market, situated on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok, is the largest market in Thailand and one of the largest in the world.
ต : ตลาดนัดจตุจักรมีขนาดใหญ่ที่สุดในประเทศไทยและเป็นหนึ่งในตลาดที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในโลก
Frequently called J.J., it opened in 1982 and covers over 35 acres (0.14 km≤), with upwards of 15,000 stalls. It is estimated that the market receives 200,000 visitors each day.

Most stalls only open on Saturdays and Sundays, though Jatujak Plaza, the western section, is open daily. In the north west corner is the J.J. Mall, with three floors of assorted oddments as well as eateries. The market offers a wide variety of products including household items, clothing, Thai handicrafts, religious artifacts, collectables, foods, and live animals.

In June 2008 the Chatuchak Market authorities introduced a complete smoking ban for the whole market, with a fine of 2,000 baht for offenders.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chatuchak_Weekend_Market
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Q : Is Thai food spicy?

A : Some Thai food is very spicy, some is very mild, depends on what you order and how you order it.

Curries make up a small fraction of Thai dishes and many are not spicy at all, the famous masaman for example. You can order pad krapao with little or no chili and it is not spicy, but rural Thais eat it loaded with chilies.
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When will Thailand gdp per cap past 15,000 US?
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When will Thailand gdp per cap past 15,000 US?
Thailand is on the way to surpass US$ 15,000, should be in the next 10-15 years.
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Is it true Thailand is the base of terrorist?
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According to the news and surveys, terrorism does exist in the deep south of the country, but the rest remains peaceful and calm so it would be hardly to called the base.
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Thailand is on the way to surpass US$ 15,000, should be in the next 10-15 years.
13,824 in term of ppp
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