The Excel Hideaway Ratchada Huai Khwang is a brand new launch, the latest edition to the popular range of Excel projects in the city. Continuing the trend of it’s sister projects, this is a low rise development in a rapidly developing part of town – ideal for investment.The Excel Hideaway Ratchada Huai Khwang is located just off Ratchadapisek Rd. 900m from Huai Khwang MRT station, part of the Rama 9 CBD that witnessed some of the most impressive growth rates in Bangkok in recent years. MRT Huai Khwang is just 1 stop from the future Orange Line MRT, an important intersection that is certain to boost the local infrastructure even further.The Excel Hideaway Ratchada Huai Khwang is a low rise residential complex of 3 buildings surrounding a modern communal area and 50m Olympic sized swimming pool. Each building is 8 floors and there are 592 units in total making this a medium sized project. There is a choice of 1 Bedroom units (25m2 – 34m2) and 2 Bedroom units (45m2). As part of our promotion, ll units come with a furniture package included in the price.Facilities at The Excel Hideaway Rathcada Huai Khwang include: 50 Meter Olymic Swimming Pool, Gardens, Co-Working Space, Relaxation Areas, Fitness Centre, Shuttle Service to MRT.
Huai Khwang is located in the east of Bangkok and is rapidly becoming more and more popular with Western expats. Although this area has much more of a residential feel than some of the surrounding neighbourhoods, a number of condos for rent in Huwai Khwang have been built in recent years along with shopping malls and restaurants.
Huai Khwang Night Market is open every evening from 18:00. This market is not as touristy as many others nearby such as Chatuchak and offers an interesting insight into local life. This is a great place to purchase fresh local produce such as meat and vegetables, while second hand clothes and other items are also sold here. Visitors to the night market will also be able to grab a bite to eat from one of the many food stalls that can be found here. Some food stalls also double as bars where visitors can sit and sip a beer or two while watching the world go by.