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Kawasaki Ninja 250 Rr

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Motorcycle Pattaya
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2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250 Including Extras. Only one owner, bought new from Real MotoSports, Bangkok FOR 173,400. Has always been parked indoors. Mileage: 5XXX km.


Modifications include:
- DBS Exhaust Full System
- CyC Red Chain
- Clear, High Screen
- Rear Fender
- BikerS Titanium Rear Set
- GEARBOX LEAKAGE
- BRAKE LEAKAGE



Green Book 
Tax and Insurance Paid till 17/12/2013
Last serviced at 2km

Contact me if you would like more pictures or if you have any questions.

Price
125,000 Baht

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BANGKOK PERSONALITY JIM DAVISON

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SILOM BANGKOK

SILOM BANGKOK

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Chicken Roasted on the Spit

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For many years I have been an advocate of using a locally based offshore adviser who has roots here, and has been living here for at least a decade, owns property here, has a Thai wife or partner and who has committed his future to living here.

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Pattaya continues to be rebranded.

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LETTERS FROM READERS

LETTERS FROM READERS

Hi Pattaya Trader – Thank you for an always very interesting read. Is there any way you could publish this – I would dearly like to help the Mabprachan Animal shelter – I know they are not the only ones looking after stay and abandoned animals, but they have my undying gratitude for the way they helped me Yours very sincerely, Rick Walton Soi 11 Thappraya Road Jomtien 0892 465 210

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In this month’s Green Property Trader we thought it would be a good idea to highlight how new technology can save energy around the home and be a good investment. At present this sort of technology is usually used to bring a Wow factor to your home but to coin a regularly used phrase in the property world :ROI (Return on Investment), this technology can be used to conserve energy in the home and save money.

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Doing any kind of DIY or home improvement can either be a great boon to your property as an investment or a complete disaster needing costly corrections.The main thing to consider in any refurbishment is planning.

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High Rise Condon Living

High Rise Condon Living

Historically, many of the world's tallest buildings, such as the Empire State and Chicago's Willis Tower, were built to house offices, at a time when people weren't accustomed to living in high rises. Very-tall residential high rises began growing in popularity as middle-class and upper-class residents moved into the cities' urban cores and developers looked for ways to maximize their returns on prime real estate The vast majority of residences in central Bangkok for example are high rise apartments and condominiums, as houses tend to be older.

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WHEN IS A KITCHEN A THAI KITCHEN?

WHEN IS A KITCHEN A THAI KITCHEN?

When I first came to live in this enchanted land of Thailand I was a little confused when I decided to move out of my hotel and find somewhere more spacious and affordable to live.

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Redesigning Your Kitchen

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One of the most impressive spaces in your house to revamp and redesign is your kitchen. Modern kitchens are now one of the key areas of the household and often it is now the focal room for people to congregate in.

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KITCHEN TRENDS AND DESIGN IDEAS

KITCHEN TRENDS AND DESIGN IDEAS

Charcoal, greys and even neutral pastels like pale blue, pale green and tinted whites are now being used as alternatives to standard white.

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MAKING A SWIMMING POOL AN ADDITION TO YOUR HOME

MAKING A SWIMMING POOL AN ADDITION TO YOUR HOME

Often being a homeowner throws up certain dilemmas. Sometimes it has to do with the upkeep of your property, with general wear and tear affecting the structure and furnishings. But occasionally either through the good fortune of a windfall or just to add value to your estate, the question of home improvement arises.

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REVAMPING YOUR BATHROOM

The New Year is upon us and already January is a distant memory in the past, how quickly time seems to move these days. Many people seem to make serious life changes at the turn of a New Year and this often includes that of habitat either to actually move home or to redecorate and redesign their existing property.

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BATHROOM TRENDS FOR 2016

BATHROOM TRENDS FOR 2016

When faced with a choice, homeowners will most likely opt to update a bathroom simply because it is more affordable than updating a kitchen. However before doing so it is always best to consider who actually uses the bathroom. Is it for a single person or a family, ? Is it purely a functional room or a haven for sanctuary and repose ? Are you aiming to create a place of retreat or perhaps an open-plan bathroom?

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NEW YEAR NEW HOME

NEW YEAR NEW HOME

So do you have a New Year’s Resolutions to move into your own home in 2016? Well one of the ways to make your home-buying process easier is by advance planning.

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D.I.Y Repainting the interior of a condo

D.I.Y Repainting the interior of a condo

Although repainting the interior of a condo may seem an easy job, especially when considering how quickly you can cover various areas using a paint roller, the task in its entirety will likely soon become a more challenging proposition.

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The Importance of Interior Design

The Importance of Interior Design

Interior design can make all the difference to a property. Whether it is old or new on the outside you can make it modern and chic on the inside with relatively little outlay as long as the design concept is right.

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If you are a frequent visitor or resident of Pattaya, it is likely you’ve witnessed a transformation on Pratumnak Hill. Right in the middle of this ever-changing seaside neighborhood is a phenomenon known by many as “The Nordic Village”. The New Nordic Group exploded onto the property development scene a few years ago and has proceeded to take over a large sector of Pratumnak Hill transforming it into a holiday destination in its own right. Restaurants, bars, spas, shopping and a dizzying array of accommodations.

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Most businesses accept that having a website is integral to the success that they achieve. This might be stating the obvious, but stay with me here….as not everyone has grasped the concept of how their website is viewed across multiple platforms, especially mobile devices.

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If you own a business you will know the complexities of trying to run a good marketing campaign to coincide with your sales activities. A common mistake is to cut back on marketing when times are hard as this is precisely the time when you should be directing more customers towards your particular product or service.

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Purchasing a home to live in, a home to rent out, or a property to sell for a higher price at a later date are three different types of real estate investments. Regardless of where you fall on the scale though, whether as a foreigner or a Thai citizen, there are always numerous factors to take into account.

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If there is blood in the streets-that is your opportunity

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In the question and answers section one member asked, that if in view of the current economic chaos, did I think that in the future, markets would continue to grow?

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If you ask working people what profession is synonymous with greed, 9 out of 10 will say bankers.

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​Sony photo competition

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Chaiyot Chanyam of Thailand ,despite being self taught, has been shortlisted for the world’s biggest photography competition - the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards. Surely an inspiration to any of you budding photographers out there.

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Reasons to Increase Your Marketing Activity During the Low-Season

Reasons to Increase Your Marketing Activity During the Low-Season

Pattaya essentially has two seasons. The high-season runs from the start of November to end of March and the low-season which runs for the remainder of the year.

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The grand opening ceremony and press conference for the Olympus City Garden Showroom took place on January 22nd 2016. In attendance was Mr Ygal Heli – CEO of the Global Top Group, Mr Phillip Thompson – Sales Director and Ms Honda Dusadeeporn – Sales Executive.

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The Siam Oriental Trading Company Ltd. is one of the Eastern Seaboards leading developers and excels in design and innovative construction.

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Last Month we looked at Barclays' Equity Index going back to 1945 and how well equity investments have performed over long periods.

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Turning on the Tap for New Business in 2016

Having a website is probably one of the most effective ways of helping potential new clients to find your business or organization.

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