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Real Estate Properties For Rent and Sale in Mae Hong Son, North - Thailand

Mae Hong Son, North - Thailand

What do you need to about Mae Hong Son?

Mae Hong Son is a province in the country of Thailand and is one of the seventy-six provinces in the country and is placed in the upper northern region of the country and is the westernmost province in Thailand. The neighbouring provinces surrounding Mae Hong Son if went from the north in the clockwise direction are the Shan State of Myanmar, Chiang Mai, and Tak, to the west, the province borders Kayin State and the Kayah State of Myanmar. Mae Hong Son is the most mountainous province in Thailand and is tailored by the mountain ranges of the Shan hills. The total land area of the province covers a distance of 12,681 square kilometres and houses a population of 284,138 as per the records of the census conducted in the year 2019. The province was established by the then King of Chaiang Mai originally as a training camp for elephants in the early 19th century but was later declared as a province. This province is an excellent place for preserving the rare species slowly getting extinct from our ecosystem with four national parks and six wildlife sanctuaries. The province of Mae Hong Son is divided into seven districts which are then further divided into 45 subdistricts and 415 villages.

Few attractions in Mae Hong Son:

The province is located in the most beautiful part of the province which is a blend of Thai and Burmese cultures and home to the most exotic landscapes that you can see in the country. Some of the best places for you to visit are included in this list for you to consider.

Wat Phra That Doi Kong Mu:

The temple is located at the top of the Doi Kong Mu hill and is a half-hour trek away from you finding this piece of beauty. Some of the best views of the province can be seen from the place the temple is situated and the two white chedis in the temple can be stated as the main attraction of the place. The chedis’ history dates back as far as to the 1800s and contains the ashes of a chief disciple of Buddha and also the ashes of the governor who established the structure.

Buat Luk Khaeo Festival:

This is a festival that is unique to this province and is hosted once a year to honour the little boys and girls starting their journey as novice monks. Mae Hong Son is the best place for you to enjoy this festival, it starts at the beginning of the April month each year and the nakhs (novice monks) participate in numerous activities throughout the festival including receiving saffron monk habits and shaving their head.

Pai:

Pai is a small town in the Mae Hong Son that attracts many tourists every year. It sits in a valley on the banks of the Pai River. It's known for its nearby gorges, hot springs like the Tha Pai Hot Spring and waterfalls like Mo Paeng Waterfall. Walking street with food stalls and handicraft shops. West of town lies Baan Santichon, a traditional Chinese village with clay houses and eateries serving Yunnan cuisine.

How is the lifestyle in Mae Hong Son?

Prices might seem suspiciously low when you compare it with the prices in major cities in Thailand and much different than European and American cities have to offer. The cost of living is relatively on the lower side in Mae Hong Son and it is not a surprise as nearly everything in this area is cheap and affordable for most of the people. If you are looking to settle down at Mae Hong Son, you will be assured to know that everyday expenses are extremely cheap when compared to other provinces of the country. The minimum amount that you would have to spend while staying in Mae Hong Son can be around 15,000 Baht a month if you’re willing to live at a condo or a bungalow a little farther from the busiest part of the province and that is covering rent and everything! If you find yourself preferring to live in a single house villa it would cost you much more than a condo and the least you can spend to sustainably survive would be 80,000 Baht a month if you chose the route to living in a villa or a house.

How is Mae Hong Son Real Estate Market?

The Mae Hong Son real estate market is incredibly unique one as this province is not easy to access by road or air. That making it the perfect choice for anyone who is looking for a property remote from noise and urban life. The same goes for villas as to how the price changes according to the location and type of property. A second hand single house costs range from around 2,500,000 Baht to 90,000,000 Baht if you are looking to buy special villas in Mae Hong Son. You can also choose to buy a piece of land and build your place as you desire. The average price of land is about 5,000 Baht per square metre in the province.

What is the most popular type of property for sale in Mae Hong Son and why?

While most of the country is looking for condos, second hand villas and single house in Mae Hong Son are by far the most popular choice among the area’s locals and those who are looking to move out here. Prices for normal single houses start from about 2,00,000 Baht depending on the size, type and location of the property while a luxury villa might cost you somewhere in the neighbourhood of 9M to 45M Baht if you are looking for a more luxurious and lavish experience. Although the condos are the perfect choice for young backpackers, the prices of condos are somewhat lower than what you would expect to pay for a villa and would cost you in the range of 1,200,000 Baht to 8,00,000 Baht as mentioned earlier.

What are the main reasons to invest in Mae Hong Son properties?

As clear from the rest of the article Mae Hong Son is a remarkable place that offers some of the most excellent properties at a very reasonable price. The real estate market in Mae Hong Son is also very forgiving and promises high returns for the investors. The city is gradually rising up the ranks as a tourism hotspot and also in terms of real estate and infrastructure.

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