Khao Yai

Welcome to Khao Yai

Khao Yai is one of the most unique places in all of Thailand. Sitting on the edge of a national park in the mountains, the weather here between September and February tends to be noticeably cooler than other parts of the country. This, along with beautiful green landscapes, has made the region popular with Bangkok residents wanting to escape the urban jungle.

What's around?

In addition to nature’s wonders, Khao Yai is home to Thailand’s most famous wineries. The region itself is known as the “Tuscany of Thailand” and this adds to the allure. It truly is a place that must be experienced in person.

Why invest in Koh Samui real estate

Ideal Weather
Very Green/Lots of Nature
Quiet Lifestyle

Why live in Koh Samui

Shopping/entertainment options
Close to Pattaya city centre
Developed area

Khao Yai property market outlook

The Khao Yai property market is still quite young with most developments having been completed in the past five years. The initial property price growth during this time has been promising and experts have noted the market conditions will likely continue to be positive.

Several residential projects are part of rental schemes that allow owners to use their unit when they want and rent it out when they are away. This is the preference for many Bangkok buyers who want to have the flexibility of using the unit and generating rental income throughout the year.

One important thing to note for those considering buying Khao Yai property, there are several restrictions in place for building near the national park. Developers who fail to understand this can have their land confiscated by the government. It is important to either work with an agent, such as the team here at Century 21 Skylux, or a respected developer to ensure you are buying a unit at a legal development.

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Bastien Wissmanns

Bastien Wissmanns

We went down the lane, by the body of the man in black, sodden now from the overnight hail, and broke into the woods at the foot of the hill.