Why pay extra for other homes, when you can afford this gorgeous open living 3 BRM, 3 BTH home set upon 1 Rai, 1 Ngaan, 52 Sq. Wah of superb land? With a very large 265 Sq. Mt’s of living area, the ho...
Three bedroom house (167 m2) with high quality finishings and fittings, two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes. Very large balcony area (62m2) overlooking one rai(1600m2) of mature...
Year Built 2016
4 Rai 3 Ngan 27 TW Land with House For Sale, Udon Thani
Private sale of detached three bedroom house (167m2) with high quality finishings and fittings, two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes. A very large balcony area (62m2) overlooking...
Year Built 2016
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Udon Thani is a historical and civilized province with a history dating back over 5,000 years that is located in northeastern Thailand, bordering numerous provinces: the north to Nong Khai Province, the east to Sakon Nakhon and Kalasin Provinces, the south to Khon Kaen, and the west to Kalasin and Loei Provinces. Geographically, Udon Thani is characterized by a plateau covered with rice fields, mountains, and forests that are ideal for agriculture. On the other hand, Udon Thani Province is known as the center of many regions in every aspect, including land and air transport hubs, government sectors, and the Mekong Subregion Center, which connects to Asian countries. Furthermore, it is well-known for its Buddhist province, where a number of sacred temples attract a large number of people who come to pray for the King of Nagas' blessings. It is also the location of the Red Lotus Sea, a stunning natural attraction in Udon Thani.
Overview of Property for Sale in Udon Thani
According to Udon Thani's charms and distinct in every aspect, whether it is its attractive tourist attractions, convenient access as there is the Udon Thani International Airport, the major airport in the Isan region where most visitors choose Udon Thani as the destination for settling, living, and running a business, as well as commuting to nearby regions are considered convenient, it positively contributes to Udon Thani being ideal for developing real estates. Additionally, because it is geographically defined by a plateau with a large area, it proves to be an ideal location for those looking for properties for sale in Udon Thani and land for running businesses.
There are various properties for sale in Udon Thani that are appealing because they offer a tranquil environment surrounded by lush green nature and friendly people. However, Mueang Udon Thani is particularly densely populated, influencing other districts in Udon Thani to be complete and prosperous, making it ideal for purchasing properties to live in. Because of the low costs, a large number of people are interested in purchasing properties in Udon Thani, with selling prices starting at 1.5 million baht and living areas starting at 100 square meters.
The Most Distinctive Landmarks in Udon Thani
Udon Thani is well-known for several popular tourist attractions that draw visitors from all over the world, including the following:
- Wat Kham Chanot, also known as Wat Nahin Kham Chanot, is located in Bang Dung District, and it has become an island in the middle of Kud Kham Reservoir, where there are Livistona Saribus Trees surrounding the area, giving a sense of a pleasant and cool atmosphere. It is also regarded as a religious site by residents and visitors who come to pray for wealth-related matters.
- Red Lotus Sea, one of the beautiful seasonal tourist attractions, is located at BuengNong Han, Kumphawapi District. It is a large natural lake with various schools of fish, aquatic plants, and many flocks of birds, with its distinctive Bua Daeng (Red Lotus) in the middle of the lake, offering visitors the picturesque beauty when the red lotus is in full bloom, as well as the romantic atmosphere that is ideal for taking impressive photos for nice memorable moments. However, the best time to visit Red Lotus Sea is between December and February.
Lifestyles in Udon Thani
Because Udon Thani has a tranquil environment and un-crowded people, people live a slower life and are engaged in their occupations with nature, as well as their local Thai-Isan tradition, which is still well-preserved. The majority of people in Udon Thani are Buddhists, and they communicate using the Dialect Isan Language, and sticky rice is the main component of every meal. Furthermore, agriculture employs more than one-third of the people in Udon Thani, including rice field farming, gardening, and vegetable and fruit plantations. Glutinous rice, sugar cane, and cassava are crops that generate a lot of money for people. Second, residents work in general careers and industries for over 1,500 businesses in the province, while others trade and run their own local businesses. In addition, many people in Udon Thani work in Bangkok and other regions.
Amenities and Direction to Udon Thani
Aside from the picturesque beauty of its attractions and charming lifestyles, Udon Thani is regarded as a prosperous province with all-around amenities, such as educational institutions, government sectors, shopping malls, and residences. These popular amenities include Bangkok Hospital Udon Thani, Aek Udon Hospital, Udon Thani Hospital, Udon Thani Rajabhat University, Udonpittayanukoon School, Satri Rachinuthit School, Udon Thani Police Station, Udon Thani Provincial Land Office, Centralplaza Udon Thani, UD Town Udon Thani, Thai Silk Naka Market, Preecha Market, Udon Bo Bae Market, Maeya Restaurant, King Ocha Restaurant, Khawpiak Udon Thani, Centara Hotel & Convention Centre Udon Thani, and The Old Inn Hotel.
In terms of commuting to Udon Thani, visitors can either travel by air or land transport options according to their preferences. However, to commute from Bangkok by personal car, visitors can drive along Highway No. 1 to Saraburi Province. Then, continue driving along Highway No. 2 at the Km. 107, which you will pass through Nakhon Ratchasima and Khon Kaen until Udon Thani with a total distance of approximately 564 kilometers. As for the public bus, there are many buses available as visitors can take a bus at the Bangkok Bus Terminal Chatuchak, as well as the Bangkok - Nong Khai Railway is an alternative mode of transportation that passes through Udon Thani daily. In addition, Udon Thani International Airport serves both domestic and international flights.