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A residential co-living space in the heart of Bangkok offers local vibes yet privacy

lyf Sukhumvit 8, Bangkok

lyf Sukhumvit 8, a residential co-living space in the heart of Bangkok, offers a unique experience for travellers seeking a local vibe while maintaining their privacy.

After months of strict travel restrictions due to the pandemic, we have witnessed a surge in the “work from anywhere” trend, with a growing desire for inspiring travel experiences, authentic cultural immersion, and social connections. As a result, co-living spaces are becoming a highly sought-after option among travellers and are increasingly prevalent around the globe.

Since its reopening in September 2022, lyf Sukhumvit 8 Bangkok has quickly become a favourite destination among travellers seeking a unique community of co-living spaces. Catering to a range of guests including freedom-lovers, digital nomads, millennial-minded individuals, entrepreneurs, and those seeking new local experiences, lyf Sukhumvit 8 Bangkok offers cleanliness, privacy, and a memorable trip.

In the midst of the action, the property is located in the entertainment hotspot of Bangkok, surrounded by many famous cafes, bars and restaurants. It is situated adjacent to the Nana BTS station, which is only three stations away from Siam, the interchange station that connects to Bangkok’s trendiest shopping malls. Its prime location in the capital city makes it an attractive choice for travellers interested in living their dreams.

lyf Sukhumvit 8, Bangkok

lyf Sukhumvit 8 offers the perfect co-living and co-working zones under the “live, work and play” concept. The property includes ‘Connect,’ a co-working space and lounge area where residents can make new connections, ‘Bond,’ a social kitchen perfect for preparing a home-cooked meal, sharing recipes with others, or taking a cooking class, and ‘Burn,’ a rooftop fitness area designed to encourage interaction while working out. Additionally, residents can use the ‘Wash & Hang’ laundromat zone to make new friends while waiting for their laundry to be done.

When desired, guests can retreat to the comfort and privacy of their own room. A total of 196 units are designed as “one-of-a-kind” studios with en-suite bathrooms in unique Thai art-decor-inspired settings. Rooms are fully furnished and designed for singles, couples, business partners, as well as project teams.

lyf Sukhumvit 8, Bangkok

In addition to the co-living facilities, residents will have the opportunity to participate in social activities and special events such as spanning and craft workshops, dart nights, boardgame nights, live performances and walking tours of the neighbourhood to create shared authentic experiences and good memories. Upon check-in, residents are advised to plug in through events and activities at the property or through the messaging board function on the lyf app. lyf also curates neighbourhood guides for residents to explore the local community based on their interests and passions.

lyf Sukhumvit 8 Bangkok is highly recommended for travellers who plan to visit Bangkok and want to make the most of their stays – be more immersed in the local culture, make new connections and good memories, and be comfortable in a well-equipped private room. The property is managed by The Ascott Limited, one of the leading international lodging owner-operators with properties across Asia Pacific, Central Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the USA.

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