Generally, foreigners are not allowed to directly purchase land in Thailand . Simply put, Thai laws prohibit foreigners from owning land in their own name, although theoretically there is an exception but it is yet to be seen in practice.
The highest land price is in Siam Square, Chi Lom and Ploen Chit at Baht 1.75 million per sq. wah or Baht 437,500 (USD 13,258) per sq. metre or USD 1,232 per sq. feet.
The most conspicuous features of Thailand’s terrain are high mountains, a central plain, and an upland plateau. Mountains cover much of northern Thailand and extend along the Myanmar border down through the Kra Isthmus and the Malay Peninsula.
Foreigners cannot buy land in Thailand , only condominium units and apartments. Foreigners cannot make up more than 40% of the condominium´s unit-owners. However, a foreigner can buy a whole building, minus the land on which it is built.
Obtaining status as a Permanent Resident (PR) in Thailand has many advantages. It allows you to live permanently in Thailand , with no requirement to apply for an extension of stay. You will also be able to apply for an extension of stay and Permanent Resident status for your non- Thai family members.
You can apply to live in Thailand long term if you are married to a Thai or if you have a Thai child or children. The marriage visa for Thailand is issued at a Thai Embassy in your home country and it is normally issued as a single entry visa and valid for 90 days once you enter Thailand .
There are three main features in Thailand’s terrain: high mountains, a central plain, and an upland plateau. Much of northern Thailand is covered in mountains which extend along the Myanmar border to the Malay Peninsula. The central plain is a lowland are drained by the Chao Phraya River and its tributaries.
Located in the heart of mainland Southeast Asia, Thailand is a country of mountains, hills, plains and a long coastline along the Gulf of Thailand (1,875 km) and the Andaman Sea (740 km), not including the coastlines of some 400 islands, most of them in the Andaman Sea.
There are no desert regions in Thailand .
For a 1-Year Thai Retirement Visa (Single-Entry): 2,000 Thai Baht. For a 1-Year Thai Retirement Visa (Multiple-Entry): 5,000 Thai Baht. For a 5-Year Thai Retirement Visa : 10,000 Thai Baht.
It is not as easy to find a good job in Thailand as in your home country. But then of course it doesn’t mean it’s not possible and with the right approach I will show you here you will have a lot higher chances to find employment in Thailand than you might think.
In terms of new condos, the starting price for a one bedroom, 22 sq meter property is around 1 million Baht (45,000 THB per meter squared). This would be the price of a basic condo away from the BTS / public transport and built by a developer such as Lumpini.