Land in Krabi & Ao Nang
Krabi has become one of the most desired places to live in in Thailand. Because of its famous beaches, and friendly locals, foreigners are attracted to owning land here.
4 Rai in Khao Thong
Price: THB 1,000,000
Four Rai of Chanote land in Khao Tong with gorgeous mountain views and only 2km from the ocean.
2 Rai in Chong Plee
Price: THB 1,200,000
Approx. 3200 sq.m. of beautiful landscape with Chanote Title in Chong Plee, Ao Nang.
3-4 Rai in Ao Nang
Price: THB 3,000,000
Mature palm plantation in Ao Nang with Chanote, close to the beautiful Noppharat Thara Beach and National Park.
4 Rai in Nai Rai
Price: THB 3,600,000
Approx. 7200 sq.m. of beautiful land only 10 minutes from bustling Ao Nang with beautiful views and only 2km from the beaches.
1-7 Rai in Ding Daeng Noi
Price: THB 7,000,000 (1 mil per rai)
Only 2km. to Ao Thalane Bay with approx. 11,200 sq.m. of divisible maintained land, in the Ding Daeng/Khao Thong area
2 Rai Beachfront in Klong Muang
Price: THB 7,500,000
This is the last and only piece of beach land available of this size and price in the area! The land itself is just over 2 rai and is bordered either side by chanote land plots of a larger size.
22 Rai beachfront land in Ao Nang
Price: THB 15,000,000 per rai
Beachfront land can be subdivided into plots of 1.5 Rai in the Klong Muang / Sai Kao Beach areas. Stunningly beautiful!
6.5 Rai beachfront land on Phi Phi
Price: THB 26,000,000 per rai
Very rare sale of 6.5 Rai (10,400 sqm) of west facing beach land at the world famous Loh Dalum Bay on Koh Phi Phi.
2 Rai beachfront in Ao Namao
Price: THB 28,000,000
Beautiful seaview's and the cliffs of Railay make this a unique piece of property in the Ao Nang area.
We have many more land plots not yet listed on this website, contact us with your desires and we will find something that suits you.
Land Measurement Table:
1 Rai = 40x40m = 1,600 m2 = 17,224 sq.ft. = 0.395 acre
1 Ngarn = 20x20m = 400 m2 = 4,306 sq.ft. = 100 Wah
1 Hong = 5x20m = 100 m2 = 1,076 sq.ft.
1 Tarang Wah = 2x2m = 4 m2 = 43 sq.ft.
1 sq. wah = 4 sq. m.
1 acre = 2.471 rai or 43,560 sq. ft.
1 hectare = 6.25 rai or 10,000 sq. m.
Nor Sor 3: This is the lowest land title which allows for legally building a property, but is not ideal as the land is measured approximately. There are no markers to indicate the boundaries of the land.
Nor Sor 3 Gor: This land has been measured using aerial survey to set the points and land area. The land can be sub-divided into separate plots.
Chanot (land title deed): This land has been accurately measured using GPS to set the area and boundaries of the land. The boundaries of the land are indicated by numbered posts.
Converting Rai and Wah can be complex and can create legal issues when people do not understand what it is that they are signing at the contract stage. Ensure that you understand what you are buying and how best to deal with this. These are the basics for land conversion in the Thai land measurement system. Thailand does not use the Imperial or Metric system.