Phrom Phong



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Pet Friendly


Building Year


Sirin Place

Sirin Place, also known as Sirin Place Sukhumvit 31, สิริน เพลส, is a low-rise apartment building on Sukhumvit 31 in the Phrom Phong area. Completed in 2005, this 8-story building boasts a collection of 42 well-appointed apartments.


Sirin Place offers an array of delightful amenities for its residents to enjoy. From an indoor and outdoor playground for children to a fully-equipped fitness center, swimming pool, golf, steam & sauna facilities, and even a rooftop garden – every need and desire is catered to. Additionally, a convenient shuttle service is available for the utmost convenience of residents.


Surrounded by a myriad of dining options, including restaurants and the nearby Fuji Supermarket, Sirin Place is also near educational institutions such as the Australian School Sukhumvit 31, MISB School, Anglo Singapore International School (Sukhumvit 31), and IPC International Kindergarten.


1 Bedroom apartment 70 Sqm
2 Bedroom apartment 150 Sqm
3 Bedroom apartment 200 Sqm

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    Building Facilities

    •   Fitness
    •   Swimming Pool
    •   Indoor Playground
    •   Key Card Access
    •   Steam Room
    • icon  24-Hour Security
    •   Outdoor Playground
    •   Sauna
    •   Garden
    •   Shuttle Service

    Basic Informations



    Phrom Phong



    1 year


    No pets allowed

    pets not allowed

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