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  1. Instructor says:

    did you get any footage of the old Singha Building in Soi 21 opposite GM Grammy? They said it was a preserved building. Later they ripped it down to build the Esse. Did you get any footage also of Hemmingway's before they ripped it down?

  2. talladale says:

    One more nail in the coffin. I saw an article about a year ago that said that Bangkok is sinking because it's already at about sea level, and that fifteen years from now many parts of Bangkok will be under water. The weight of the hundreds of new skyscrapers is not helping, and in fact speeding up the sinking process.

  3. Bob Mocarsky says:

    Heartbreaking but predictable …. that land is the only breathing space for humans on Bangkok's premier avenue … it's getting so that you can't tell one glass and steel monolith from another. Bangkok is being strangled and turned into another World Corporate Showplace, having nothing to do with the outstanding Thai civilization. Money Uber Allus!!!

  4. Reza Lashkari says:

    Sorry to see the Chuvit Gardens gone. It was a gem of a green space in a city that is all concrete and glass.
    I have very fond memories of the place as I spent many hours strolling around.
    In a way, this is not surprising. This is prime real estate in one of the exclusive parts of Bangkok, so it was
    inevitable that yet another skyscraper would replace the park.
    I hope somebody would save those trees!

  5. Anthony Kelly says:

    As with most ppl on this thread I loved the park especially when it became the Artbox, it was an oasis in a concrete jungle. So relaxing and needed. I'm so sad its now soon another skyscraper. It breaks my spirit in some ways, I stay in soi 10 alot but no more. I hope they relocate those trees. This area has had a turbulent past and now a predictable ending. I love BKK but really another skyscaper… The city is strangling itself. It will be unlivable in 10years.

  6. Veeraphol Jairew says:

    จะเป็นโซนสำหรับต้นไม้ และจะเป็นโซนสำหรับตึก ต่อไปนี้จะแยกกัน สวนที่ไม่ได้ใช้ประโยชน์แล้ว จะถูกเปลี่ยนเป็นอสังหาริมทรัพย์ เพราะมีความต้องการเช่าออฟฟิศมากขึ้น และเช่าซื้อที่อยู่อาศัยมากขึ้น🌁🌳🍃

  7. Leuis says:

    Sacrifice park for luxury condo?? Definitely urban planear and authorities in Bangkok losing their mind!!!!they are far away from the reality of modern urban development like Singapore!!

  8. The Roads Less Traveled Southeast Asia says:

    Those pesky trees are always in the way of progress. Can never have enough shopping malls and 7-11's. My question is why? Most shopping malls are oddly empty of customers. Where is all the money coming from? Reminds me of all the resorts and hotels being built in my area and 99.999 % of them are all empty yet they continue to build more. Same with all the new large train stations many being built in very small villages and towns while the older stations were just fine and again few if any passengers. New overpasses everywhere and roads to nowhere and few if any cars. Does anyone else notice this? Something seems seriously off. The government had vaccines for millions of Thais yet they stalled and stalled. Mandatory Covid insurance most of which was next to useless and when the time came to pay out every excuse possible not to. Vaccines they have had for months for the younger children. Where did they suddenly disappear to? Millions of new cars on the roads few Thais can barely afford to own. Nothing adds up.

  9. Cookieboymonster1962 says:

    Thanks for that I used to love Artbox, I went there on multiple occasions just to eat and listen to music. I such a shame. Bangkok needs parks more than it needs skyscrapers

  10. Beng Melea says:

    "Sukhumvit Square" incident

    In January 2003, Chuwit Kamolvisit
    was accused of hiring around 600 men to raze several bars, shops, a laundry and a travel agency on "Sukhumvit Square", a plot of land he owns on Sukhumvit Soi 10. This was an apparent attempt to remove the low-rent tenants so that the land could be developed. The tenants believed they had valid leases from another company and were not notified of the raid, which took place early on a Sunday morning. Chuwit was arrested and spent a month in prison. He denied responsibility and was finally released on bail.[citation needed]

    The police, whom he says he had bribed an average US$160,000 a month over 10 years, refused to protect him, so he went public, releasing the names of the top officers, the sums they were paid, and their frequent visits to his six massage parlors.[3] He also claimed that "VIP" policemen received free service in his parlours, an allegation that was later confirmed in interviews with some of the masseuses.[2] Following an investigation, several prominent policemen were suspended or demoted. Chuwit also accused his prison wardens of corruption, as they accepted bribes from him.[citation needed]

    Shortly after his corruption revelations, Chuwit disappeared for two days. He later claimed he was abducted and abused by police; however, others believe he had staged his own disappearance. Chuwit's massage parlours were then raided and some of his bank accounts were frozen. He was also charged with procuring minors for prostitution because three masseuses under the age of 18 were found working in one of his parlours. He was acquitted in June 2004, as the court found the girls had used forged ID cards and Chuwit was not held responsible. During the same month, Chuwit sold three of his parlours, saying that police harassment had made operations difficult for him.[citation needed]

    In a February 2004 interview, Chuwit claimed that he had paid Thai policemen to clear his Sukhumvit Soi 10 property. When the issue became public, the police allegedly demanded more money, which he refused to pay. They turned against him, and he revealed his bribe payments as a response.[2]

    In July 2006, after a three-year trial, Chuwit and 130 associates were acquitted of the razing charges; however, a corporate lawyer was sentenced to eight months in prison for paying army engineers to destroy the businesses.[4] Chuwit converted the area on Sukhumvit Soi 10 into a public park named "Chuvit Garden" for about 100 million baht.[5]

    Chuvit Garden covers a total area of 7 rai or 2.7 acres, it is the last large empty parcel of land in the Sukhumvit area. In 2018, the land alone is estimated to be worth more than US$228 million or 7.2 billion Thai Baht

  11. Major Allen Espy says:

    I remember when it opened. It was some guy (I think a police official) whose corruption in the soapy massage business had been exposed. And this park was his attempt to restore his image when he later ran for political office. How i recall it.

  12. marc hume says:

    What madness, as if Bangkok needs another futuristic office tower. Soon Bangkok will be a forest of sterile, half-empty towers, hotels and malls. Bangkok will no longer be "the city of angels" but the city of defaulting commercial property loans: according to JLL the office vacancy rate at March "22 is now 18.9% with more space like this monster at Chuvit adding to the problem. The whole special charm of the city is being redeveloped away,

  13. rapharei says:

    What a shame. BKK is really on the best way to destroying all these nice little spots for yet another faceless skyscraper, yet another useless shopping mall. Apparently they never learn, it's all quick money based on short-sighted decisions.

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