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The Ultimate Expat Resource: Living in Bangkok 2015

A move to Bangkok can be daunting, to say the least, and the process requires a lot of planning and gathering of information. And it’s it often hard to figure out where to look, who to talk to and where to even start – especially if you have kids!

BKK Kids is proud to be a part of this year’s annual Living in Bangkok event, hosted by Bumrungrad International Hospital. This is an incredible resource for expats with loads of information, including organisations, community groups, services and goods, aimed at helping new residents settle into a comfortable, enjoyable and healthy life in this dynamic city.

Specifically, we’ll bring you the best of Bangkok, including family-friendly places to visit, great activities for kids, and insight into schools, classes, support services and more. Join an active community of parents who are raising children in a multicultural, and often multilingual, environment and discover the City of Angels with BKK Kids!

Pop by our table at Living in Bangkok and say hello. We’ll be there to help answer any questions you may have about parenting in the city. We’re parents ourselves and would be happy to share information that makes life easier and more fun!

This year’s Living in Bangkok event will be held on Saturday, 19 September 2015, from 9am to 5pm, at Bumrungrad International Hospital on Sukhumvit Soi 3.

From BTS Nana, take exit 1 and look for the Bumrungrad Hospital shuttle, which will come every 15 minutes, depending on the traffic. For more information, please visit www.bumrungrad.com/livinginbangkok.

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