5 reasons why living in Bangkok’s newest international community is totally smart


By now, you’ve probably heard about T77, Bangkok’s premier international community set between Sukhumvit soi 71 and 77. The concept has been created by Sansiri – which picked up the prestigious Best Developer Thailand award in 2013 and is the first and only Southeast Asian developer to receive the Commendation for Excellence Awards by Asia Pacific Commercial Real Estate (APCRE).

The latest living concept to be unveiled within the 41 rai complex is Mori HAUS, a community of one-bed, two-bed, and three-bed condos clustered around an iconic glass clubhouse, a huge lagoon pool, and plenty of lush gardens and recreational areas.

Need any more reason to move in? Here are five of them:

Location, location, location!

Mori HAUS and the T77 complex are ideally located within the Big Mango, just five minutes’ drive from the expressway and a short walk from On Nut BTS station’s Sukhumvit Line, three stops from Thonglor. T77 also offers a free shuttle service to the BTS station for those Bangkok days where walking anywhere is quite simply out of the question.

The grass is greener

The T77 complex is home to natural waterways, the majestic San Samran Bridge and rai-upon-rai of tranquil green gardens. Mori HAUS has taken this idea of natural urban living to its heart, by incorporating nature into every aspect of its design. The glass club house and gym are filled with natural light and allow guests to feel as if they’re still in the lush oasis of the gardens even when indoors. The landscaped roof decking is the perfect place to kick back and chill in the actual outdoors when the ever-unpredictable Thai weather permits, and more outside enjoyment can be had in the lagoon pool all year round. There’s nothing quite like swimming in the rain, after all!

No more school run

Whether you’re a pupil or a parent, the Bangkok school run, fraught with traffic jams and fights galore, is never fun. Not so in T77, however, as come next year, Bangkok Prep School, Thailand’s leading British co-educational school, will be opening a new secondary campus right on site. Mori HAUS is just a football pitch away, meaning your kids will be able to get to class on time without taking their lives (and your sanity) in their hands.

Live-in lifestyle

If you’ve ever been to Japan, you’ll know its a country where both space and style are maximized. With your roots set down at Mori HAUS, you’ll have all the convenience of Japanese life within a stone’s throw of your front door. Inspired by similar concepts in Japanese cities, Habito is the onsite “community retail project” of T77, encompassing a super sleek and highly functional co-working space, as well as funky artisan shops and converted Japanese brands, modern conveniences such as banks and launderettes, and international restaurants of all kinds. Needless to say, you won’t struggle to find decent sushi here.

A safe as houses investment

The T77 community has been built with the Japanese – who are now estimated to be Bangkok’s largest expat community (150,000 people) – in mind. Whether you’re Japanese or not, however, buying here is likely to be a sound investment, as the Japanese are known to typically take good care of their homes and pay their rent on time. Mori HAUS is estimated to achieve a rental yield of six percent per year.

Visit Mori HAUS sales gallery at Mori Gallery, 3rd floor Habito Mall and PRE-SALE on 6 – 7 August, 2016. For more information, please visit www.sansiri.com/condominium/mori-haus/en/.

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