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Real Estate Properties For Rent and Sale in Yala, South - Thailand

Yala, South - Thailand

What do you need to know about Yala?

Yala is the southernmost province of Thailand and is one of the seventy-six provinces that are present in the country. It is the only second landlocked province in Thailand, with the first one being Phatthalung. The neighbouring provinces surrounding Yala if went from the north in the clockwise direction would be Songkhla, Pattani and Narathiwat while the southern part of the province borders Kedah and Perak of Malaysia. The name Yala was taken from the Sanskrit word "jāla" which means ‘net’, the province is also known as ‘Jala’ in the Patani Malay language. The province was originally under Siam’s control and a part of the semi-independent Malay Kingdom known as Sultanate of Patani. Later in 1808, it was split to form seven different provinces one of which was Yala. The total area of the Yala province amounts to four and a half thousand square kilometres and houses a population number of 536,330 as per the records from census 2018. The province is divided into eight districts which are then further divided into fifty-six subdistricts and three hundred and forty-one villages.

Few attractions in Yala.

Yala is not only home to numerous religious attractions but also houses some of the best views seen all across the country. It does not matter if you are a nature lover or someone with staunch religious beliefs, there is something for everyone to enjoy. The best places for you to visit are shortlisted below for you to consider.

Wat Na Tham:

This is a cave temple and one of the places that you must visit if you are anywhere near Yala and you would not be disappointed. The temple portrays the significance of the Buddhist culture in the country with signs that it is from around the Srivijaya period. There are openings on the roof of the cave that allows some sunlight to pass through and a chamber is there inside the cave that is turned into a Buddhist sanctuary.

White Elephant Park:

This park is located on the Phiphitphakdi Road in the province and is one of the best hangout spots for the locals as well as tourists visiting the area. The park has a lake in it and also has a pavilion in the middle of the lake. The sight is like a wonder to see and it is also said that this location was used for presenting the King with a white elephant during the year 1968.

How is the lifestyle in Yala?

It may surprise you to know that the prices of both living and expenses are relatively on the lower side in this province when compared to the other urban centres like the Americas or Europe. The main reason for it is considered to be the lower prices of the real estate properties in the province. You would be pleasantly surprised that the cost of groceries and related expenses that you need to survive is so low that you can get by a month with spending as low as 3,000 Baht in groceries for the entire month! Properties of all types in Yala is available starting from one-bedroom condos to luxury villas and everything in between is available at your fingertips. The least you would have to spend in order to rent a 1 bedroom condo is about 9,000 Baht if you wish to live near the downtown area. Of course, there are other properties with much more attractive designs and luxurious interior, for example, duplex condos can be found around the downtown area with prices rocketing to as much as 30,000 Baht a month. The least you have to spend if you wish to live a basic life in the outskirts of the province would be around 25,000 Baht and that is covering all costs from rent to day-to-day expenses.

How is the Yala real estate market?

Most of us believe that properties in Thailand are known for their un-flashy designs and cottage like shapes, but the properties in this province are built with a contemporary design in mind that is appealing to most people across the globe. The properties in this province, with their exotic exterior and attractive prices, are selling like hotcakes in the province. Since the busiest area is around the Yala railway station it is where it would cost you the most to buy properties because the main mode of transport will be nearer to you along with the access to various other amenities. For example, if you’re looking to settle down in a luxurious Villa or single house that is closer to hospitals and has access to various other amenities it can cost you around 7,900,000 Baht just on the price whereas, if you are willing to move further the cost were dropped to as much as 1,630,000 Baht for a house for sale second hand to buy in Yala.

What is the most popular type of property for sale in Yala and why?

With most of the country looking for condo for sale and single house for sale on second hand, condos for sale are the type of property that dominate the real estate market in Yala. With condo for rent available in the range of 7,000 Baht to 33,000 Baht which is dependent on the Condo size, location and type , that is whether it is close to the Yala main area, or when it is a little further away and takes a little time to access from the busiest parts of the province. Both real estate investors and those of you who are looking for a second hand home in the heart of nature, the province provides you with great prices. In case you want to buy a condo for yourself, the prices range from around 540,000 Baht to around 3,750,000 Baht again dependable on the same factors as mentioned above.
Land for sale in Yala is very popular as this province is growing rapidly.
Price Land for Sale can be very depanding on the Land location, Land Size and Land Zone Right to build.

What are the main reasons to invest in Yala properties?

It becomes increasingly harder to find reasons not to invest in properties of the province since they offer overwhelming design with compelling prices that no one can deny. Yala is also great for people who are looking for a second home due to its simple living and affordable costs.