Thailand, formerly known as Siam, is located in the center of the Indochina Peninsula. It covers an area of about 500,000 square kilometers and has a population of about 60 million. Thailand is divided into 5 regions. For north is the high mountain jungle zone and east region has many tourist attraction such as Pattaya, north east is the plateau terrain, the main plains in the central region are fertile, rich in rice and fruits and the southern peninsula is fascinating with island scenery. The residents of Thailand are composed of many ethnic groups, mainly Thai, Mongolian, Khmer, Lao, Chinese, Malay, Persian and Indian. Thailand has a tropical climate with three seasons a year: November to February is the cool season, March to May is summer, and June to October is the rainy season.

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Reasonable Living Expenses

The cost of living in Thailand is lower than that in Western countries, the price in most places is lower and the cost-effectiveness of health care and education are very high. The daily price level here is relatively easy for retirees who do not have a stable source of income.

Cheap And Cheerful Medical Resources

Thailand's medical expenses are reasonable and the technology is quite good. Many private hospitals in Thailand have reached the international standards and most of their medical staff have overseas study backgrounds. The high quality of Thailand healthcare attracted many tourists come to Thailand for medical tourism.

Various Types Of Immigration Visas

The first step when immigrating to Thailand is to apply for a visa to stay in Thailand for a long period of time, thereby obtaining permanent residency status, and finally naturalization. There are many types of Thai visas, including the Thai Elite visa,  the most popular visa.

Tropical Monsoon Climate

Thailand has a tropical monsoon climate with three seasons in one year: cool season (November to February), summer (March to May), and rainy season (June to October). The climate in Chiang Mai on the plateau and the mountains in the north is cooler and suitable for travel.


Thai Real Estate Has Freehold Property Rights

Foreigners can enjoy the same rights as the resident of Thailand, own freehold property rights in Thai real estate, and pass on the family line.

Thai Real Estate Is Basically Well-decorated

Most of the off-plan apartments in the apartments are well-decorated, equipped with floors, bathrooms, toilets, kitchen cabinets, air conditioners, built-in wardrobes, etc. Some of the developers will also giving refrigerators.

High Rental Yield

The average annual rental return for apartments in central Thailand is around 5-8% of the house price, and up to 15% in some places.