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Farang Population In Nakhon Sawan

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Hello Nakhon Sawan citizens,

My wife is from Nakhon Sawan, we will be returning with our newborn daughter sometime next year.

I was wondering how does one find property/land in Nakhon Sawan, is there an estate agent or website where property/land for sale is listed?

I've looked a little bit but not found anything so far.

Thanks

Regards

Arran.

I found the following website with some homes for sale and land. The land seems a little pricey to me.

http://www.nakhonsawanproperty.com/

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Hello Nakhon Sawan citizens,

My wife is from Nakhon Sawan, we will be returning with our newborn daughter sometime next year.

I was wondering how does one find property/land in Nakhon Sawan, is there an estate agent or website where property/land for sale is listed?

I've looked a little bit but not found anything so far.

Thanks

Regards

Arran.

I found the following website with some homes for sale and land. The land seems a little pricey to me.

http://www.nakhonsawanproperty.com/

My house is for sale. 3 Kms out of Nakhon sawan. 2 story house, 2 bedrooms, farang style kitchen inside, thai kitchen outside. carport etc.

If you want more info please PM me. I'm selling my house because my wife works somewhere else, and I'm changing jobs as well, leaving us with a brand new 2 month old house with no one to live in. Renting is also a possibility. I'm not trying to make a profit here, just the price we bought it for plus the extra money we invested in it.

edit: just had a look at the prices on the website, they are rip off prices but unfortunately reality around here.

Edited by frtiz

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Calling city-farangs in Nakhon Sawan! :o

Hiya gang, I'm in Nakhon Sawan. I like the city itself really, the rural areas aren't my thing but neither is the inner city groove for living in.

I'm in a skanky apartment in the center of the city. Actually, it's not too bad in the apartment, but the surrounding area is like Kings Cross after 9 so really am going to be looking for decent apartments, hopefully with fast internet.

Anybody know more in this area? I'm getting the vibe that it's farang pensioners out in farmsville.

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Calling city-farangs in Nakhon Sawan! :o

Hiya gang, I'm in Nakhon Sawan. I like the city itself really, the rural areas aren't my thing but neither is the inner city groove for living in.

I'm in a skanky apartment in the center of the city. Actually, it's not too bad in the apartment, but the surrounding area is like Kings Cross after 9 so really am going to be looking for decent apartments, hopefully with fast internet.

Anybody know more in this area? I'm getting the vibe that it's farang pensioners out in farmsville.

Well, I'm not a pensioner, but I do live out in farmland....wish I could be more help (even though as an American I don't understand that reference to King's Cross-is it dangerous or just nothing going on?) but I can tell you that all of the Central Provinces seem to be exactly like that. Early to bed and early to rise stuff.

Also, have you considered renting a house? Prices won't be that much more than a decent apartment, but you'll have to pound the pavement to find them.

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I miss Nakon Sawan. I miss Cutters for watching the football on Saturday and Sunday nights with the misses. I miss the big place opposite the lake for a midweek early evening beer and meal. I miss the Baan Isaan for an occasional trip, it's the other side of town and I am lazy. I miss the irregular visit to the Pimarn. I believe the Terminus has now closed, pity. I misss the soi and the food and the people (well most of them). When I am back I must re-visit the "nightclubs" on the road by the hospitals. Perhaps I'll introduce myself to the regular daytime beer corner squad at Big C, best wishes lads. I don't really miss the chinese-ish place whose name escapes me (it's in Big C and pretty well everywhere else in Thailand ) but the family think it's wonderful so what do i know. I probably even miss the evening dinner "cruise" on the river. And there's still other places yet to try. And I miss my dogs. And I've had a few pints, and Everton lost at home to Man. Sitteh, how embarrassing. And I miss.... but I won't get maudlin. But it's NOT for much longer.

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I am coming back home to my family near Klong Lan Pattana next month to retire (unless somebody makes me an offer).

I have just spent the last 10 months in NZ mostly Auckland but Taupo for a month.

Nice country but as winter is coming along it is too dam-n cold for me. :D

:o:D

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I miss Nakon Sawan. I miss Cutters for watching the football on Saturday and Sunday nights with the misses. I miss the big place opposite the lake for a midweek early evening beer and meal. I miss the Baan Isaan for an occasional trip, it's the other side of town and I am lazy. I miss the irregular visit to the Pimarn. I believe the Terminus has now closed, pity. I misss the soi and the food and the people (well most of them). When I am back I must re-visit the "nightclubs" on the road by the hospitals. Perhaps I'll introduce myself to the regular daytime beer corner squad at Big C, best wishes lads. I don't really miss the chinese-ish place whose name escapes me (it's in Big C and pretty well everywhere else in Thailand ) but the family think it's wonderful so what do i know. I probably even miss the evening dinner "cruise" on the river. And there's still other places yet to try. And I miss my dogs. And I've had a few pints, and Everton lost at home to Man. Sitteh, how embarrassing. And I miss.... but I won't get maudlin. But it's NOT for much longer.
I am coming back home to my family near Klong Lan Pattana next month to retire (unless somebody makes me an offer).

I have just spent the last 10 months in NZ mostly Auckland but Taupo for a month.

Nice country but as winter is coming along it is too dam-n cold for me. :D

:):D

Nice posts :D

Personally, though Nakhonsawan is a small place, I do like it myself. Miss it when I am away. Miss the friendly people too.

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I miss Nakon Sawan. I miss Cutters for watching the football on Saturday and Sunday nights with the misses. I miss the big place opposite the lake for a midweek early evening beer and meal. I miss the Baan Isaan for an occasional trip, it's the other side of town and I am lazy. I miss the irregular visit to the Pimarn. I believe the Terminus has now closed, pity. I misss the soi and the food and the people (well most of them). When I am back I must re-visit the "nightclubs" on the road by the hospitals. Perhaps I'll introduce myself to the regular daytime beer corner squad at Big C, best wishes lads. I don't really miss the chinese-ish place whose name escapes me (it's in Big C and pretty well everywhere else in Thailand ) but the family think it's wonderful so what do i know. I probably even miss the evening dinner "cruise" on the river. And there's still other places yet to try. And I miss my dogs. And I've had a few pints, and Everton lost at home to Man. Sitteh, how embarrassing. And I miss.... but I won't get maudlin. But it's NOT for much longer.
I am coming back home to my family near Klong Lan Pattana next month to retire (unless somebody makes me an offer).

I have just spent the last 10 months in NZ mostly Auckland but Taupo for a month.

Nice country but as winter is coming along it is too dam-n cold for me. :D

:):D

Nice posts :D

Personally, though Nakhonsawan is a small place, I do like it myself. Miss it when I am away. Miss the friendly people too.

Too big for me to live in and too many people.

This month I will become a retired county squire gazing out over my (wifes) land from the verandah of my (her) house and laughing quietly to myself about all the poor buggers having to work for a living. I don't need to do that any more.

Stress factor 0.

I have done my 50 years working. It is somebody elses turn.

I now have 10 rai to turn into a garden/market garden and no timeline to do it by.

:D :D :D :D

Edited by billd766

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Welcome back Bill. I was in NS recently and visited Khonwan's home. It is beautiful and I also plan to do what you and he are doing but on a very small scale as my g/f only has 4 rai of land. There is already a house on property but it is not in such good shape and when it is affordable for me I will build new house there.

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As Mae West once said

Why don't you come up and see me sometime

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I have been coming to Nakhon Sawan for 8 years now and on my first trip here I spoke to a guy in town who said there were 6 farangs who lived here permantly.8 years on I now live here and see more and more farangs around town and big c etc.

Could anyone hazard a guess at how many of us live here?

regards

Madyakka :)

I lived there for a short time and knew that it was doomed. A week after I arrived I learned the the local McDonalds had shut down. I got excited and everything as I saw the advertisements in the local newspaper and cable guide...about tore my heart out. I was told that it did not have enough business....where else in the freakin' world could a McDonalds fail except for Thailand?

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As Mae West once said

Why don't you come up and see me sometime

Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel did it one better with :- :D

Come up and see me, make me smile :D

Now that is a great song :)

Kan Win :D

P.S. Weclome Home to the Land of Smiles :D

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I am coming back home to my family near Klong Lan Pattana next month to retire (unless somebody makes me an offer).

I have just spent the last 10 months in NZ mostly Auckland but Taupo for a month.

Nice country but as winter is coming along it is too dam-n cold for me. :D

:):D

I'll have some farming that needs to be done; but since you're a foreigner I'll have to offer the same I would to a Burmese :D!

And good luck with your retirement; I'll be watching to see how long it lasts. I should be home mid-June, I suppose a meet up with all the guys is in order. Pick a venue and we'll make it happen.

I lived there for a short time and knew that it was doomed. A week after I arrived I learned the the local McDonalds had shut down. I got excited and everything as I saw the advertisements in the local newspaper and cable guide...about tore my heart out. I was told that it did not have enough business....where else in the freakin' world could a McDonalds fail except for Thailand?

Don't laugh, but that's a huge problem for me. Sometimes I just need to gorge myself on junk food and having to travel all the way down past Suphanburi is NO fun. I even tried looking up in Kamphaeng Phet, but they're even further behind the times than Nakhon Sawan.

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As Mae West once said

Why don't you come up and see me sometime

Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel did it one better with :- :D

Come up and see me, make me smile :D

Now that is a great song :)

Kan Win :D

P.S. Weclome Home to the Land of Smiles :D

Soon, veeery soon

PS you are welcome also

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