The villas that line the streets of the city’s trendy Old Navy are a favorite destination of tourists.
But as the tourist season draws to a close, the hotel where they’re staying is facing an influx of new residents.
The villas have been popular since they were first built, and the owners of the villas say they’re getting a boost in demand from the influx of locals.
One villa in particular has been attracting a new wave of locals, who are attracted by the villa’s amenities.
The owner, who asked not to be identified for fear of offending the local Thai culture, said the influx has already been enough to draw in a group of 20 or so people to the house.
The villa owner, known only as Mr. Nguyen, said his family, which includes his wife and four children, has been staying there for five years.
“There’s a new group of people coming in that are interested in the villagas, and they’re interested in us,” Mr. Ng said.
“They want to stay here, and we want to have a nice home for them.”
When the owners bought the villanas, the villavas were built with just a single bathroom, with only one bed, according to the villament’s website.
Now, there are five bedrooms, as well as a kitchen, a dining room and two outdoor terraces.
Mr. Nguyen said he and his wife moved to the city because they were “a little bit stressed,” and wanted a “normal” life.
He said the villers were able to move into the villhouse because of a $10,000 donation from a local businessman.
For now, Mr. Ngo and his family are staying in the hotel until the winter.
We are staying here until the end of the month, and when we do leave, we will probably be on the road, Mr Nguyen said.