Why Buy Sell or Rent in Thailand - Area Guide
Not so long time ago that Thailand was perceived as a third-world country.
Thailand can appeal to all people, thanks to its natural beauty and the fact that it's viewed as relatively cheap. The concept of investing in the Kingdom would have been almost unheard of.
All that has changed, Thailand now has a vibrant and expanding economy with a skilled labor force that is still relatively cheap compared to many other countries. The economy is also welcoming of expats to invest in various businesses, creating special economic zones.
In 2009 the World Bank had Thailand ranked 13th out of 181 nations in the world for the category of ‘ease of performing business.
Thailand is located right in the heart of Asia, This strategic location in the heart of ASEAN connected with the fast-growing Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam countries and nearby China, Singapore and India makes it an ideal location for investors and travellers. This makes trade links with major players in the region far easier in terms of logistics. The increases the opportunities that are available from India and China as well as the other countries in ASEAN. With deep-sea ports freely available and countries such as Hong Kong and Singapore being easily accessible by air, the benefits are plain to see.
One of the main reasons for people to travel or stay in any destination is the food. Whether you are staying or traveling in the Land of Smiles, Thai food is so delicious and visitors will even find that the cuisine changes as their location does, keeping their unlimited food options interesting as they venture from one city to the next.
Thai people are extremely friendly, and they will always try to help you with a smile, there is something about Thai people makes this country much less intimidating. Thai people are traditionally friendly, or at least perceived to be so. Maybe it is their traditional Thai greeting, with the well-known Wai, which is when someone slightly bows with their hands together.
With over 1,500 miles of coastline, and some of the best dive sites in the world. With a handful of prime diving spots such as Koh Tao, Koh Pi Pi, Phuket, Andaman and Koh Chang, many places to explore under the sea, with rich sea life and big fish, also many sea turtles that divers are almost guaranteed to spot here.
With over 30,000 Buddhist temples across Thailand, these structures date back to all of the different dynasties, each one reflecting that era’s architectural and construction style. Each province has at least one of these special wonders.
Markets in Thailand are everywhere like no other place in the world. Each one has its own unique character; some markets are dedicated for street food while others are chock full of antiques and second-hand items.
Political Stability and business incentive
In recent years there is a Political stability in the Thai government that attract overseas investment.
Schemes such as the Board of Investment (BOI) the government offers some of the most attractive incentives for overseas businesses in the region. These incentives are not limited to financial incentives but also ways that can ease the business process. The Thai economy is also strong and stable and the same can be said for the currency.
Thailand is in South East Asia with vast areas of land and water, impacted by both the summer and the winter monsoons. Thailand weather consists of six months of rainfalls during the wet season, three months of dry and cooling time during the winter, and three months of heat during the summertime. The average temperature of Thailand ranges from 20° to 38°C.
There are 77 provinces in Thailand
To make it easy for you we have made a Property Area Guide for each province
|Province||Province name in Thai||Population (2019)|
|Mae Hong Son||แม่ฮ่องสอน||284,138|
|Nakhon Si Thammarat||นครศรีธรรมราช||1,561,927|
|Nong Bua Lam Phu||หนองบัวลำภู||512,780|
|Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya||พระนครศรีอยุธยา||820,188|
|Prachuap Khiri Khan||ประจวบคีรีขันธ์||554,116|