This plot of land is for sale
With 40 metres (131.2 feet) fronting a sandy beach and the warm waters of the Gulf of Thailand (from left of the sala to the far right of this picture), this fenced-off plot of more than three rai (1.3 acres, or 5,200 square metres) which is for sale would make an ideal location for a small resort or a luxury holiday home.

How to invest in a delightful future

The quotes at the top of this page are from travel blogger Chris Wotton who certainly appreciates Prachuap Khiri Khan (there is a link below to his article) while the "city of pure gold" description is from the Tourism Authority of Thailand web site -- and they should know!

Prachuap is probably best known for being the province that is host to Thailand's oldest seaside resort: Hua Hin, but it has far more to offer than that with over 200 kilometres of coastline along the Gulf of Thailand and several islands in its domain. The province has a mountainous border with Myanmar and near the provincial seat of Prachuap Khiri Khan the distance from the coast to the border is just 13 kilometres and there is a thriving border market there at Darn Sing Korn.

With fine seafood restaurants, a choice of good accommodation

and being just a three-hour drive from Bangkok with a railway link as well, Prachuap is easily accessible and, outside of the tourist hub of Hua Hin, it has remained largely unspoilt and unchanged over the past 50 years or more.

There is an increasing number of small resorts opening along the coast and this is one opportunity that we offer at this web site which features a large plot of land that faces the beach and which is located just to the north of the town of Prachuap Khiri Khan which is now up for sale.

This page presents a wonderful opportunity to invest in Prachuap and to purchase a fenced-in plot of over three rai (1.3 acres) of filled-up land facing a delightful beach and with road access. Please scroll down for more photographs and information.

Prachuap: a province with many attractions

Places to stay nearby:

X2 Resort, Kui Buri
Had Thong Hotel
Warawan Resort
Evason Hua Hin & 6 Senses Spa

What to see, where to go

"Prachuap Khiri Khan Beyond words." An excellent article about Prachuap by Chris Wotton in his blog "The World and His Tuk Tuk" has good advice here

Here is a "snapshot" of Prachuap at Travellingluck

Lonely Planet offers a good summary here

Amazing Prachuap: "City of pure gold, delectable coconuts and pineapples, delightful beaches, mountains and caves, land of spiritual beauty." Here is the Tourism Authority of Thailand's advice

Among the best in Asia includes Pran Buri in its "Asia's Best Beaches" selection

The full report is at

This prime plot of beachfront land is now up for sale

A small sala marks one corner of this three-rai and one ngarn (approximately 1-1/3 acres) plot of land overlooking the Gulf of Thailand and located some 10 kilometres north of the provincial capital of Prachuap Khiri Khan.

Access is by a laterite road that runs past the land, linking Thung Mamao and Kan Kradai (also known as Kan Bandai) railway stations on the main line from Bangkok to the South.

The property faces an unspoilt sandy beach known as Hat Sadet which is ideal for bathing as it shelves gradually, making it safe for children, while offering clear panoramic views in all directions. Looking north, the coast stretches away towards Khao Sam Roi Yord national park and beyond that is Hua Hin, while to the south there is Ao Noi bay and an island. The scenic bays of Ao Prachuap and Ao Manao are a short drive away.

Looking inland beyond the railway tracks, twin hills rise rapidly to several hundred feet, providing this part of Thailand's coastline with a tranquility, seclusion and a level of privacy not found elsewhere.

This property has a full land title-deed (chanote) and has been filled up to the height of one and a half metres.

This website is also in Thai

How to get there from Bangkok

The province of Prachuap Khiri Khan has over 200 kilometres of coastline, stretching from the popular beach resort of Hua Hin down to Bang Saphan close to the border with Chumphon. The plot of beachfront land featured here is some 290 kilometres south of Bangkok along excellent roads that enable motorists leaving the capital to be there in just three hours.

Directions: From Bangkok, take Rama II Road westbound to Pak Tho and then head south along the main Phetchkasem Highway, passing Phetchaburi, then take the Hua Hin bypass to Pran Buri. The turn-off to Kan Kradai is some 10 kilometres before the provincial town (Muang Prachuap Khiri Khan).

Turn left into route 1034 and follow this paved road for 4.1 kms and then turn left again opposite Kan Kradai railway station. Proceed for 1.7 km and then turn right onto a laterite road to cross the railway tracks. The fenced-off beach-front property is a further 800 metres on your right-hand side.

Between hills and the sea: The view from a hilltop behind the property facing Sadet Beach (Haad Sadet), which the red arrow points to, and also showing Ao Noi Bay, part of Prachuap Bay (Ao Prachuap) and part of Manao Bay (Ao Manao) beyond.

View of the land from the hilltopHilltop view of land and surroundings

At left, a close-up of the three-rai, one ngarn property, looking down from above. The picture at right provides perspective with a view of the surrounding area.

The view towards the fishing village of Ao Noi

The view looking south, towards the fishing village of Ao Noi

The property stretches from the small sala, next to the beach on the left, to the road at right, where a car is parked on the land.

Beach views, looking north and south

At left, this is the view looking north along the beach towards Kui Buri, while in the picture at right you are looking from the same spot, which is in front of the sala seen above, but facing south, in the direction of Ao Noi and the town of Prachuap Khiri Khan.

More pictures of this beachfront land can be found on Google Photos: Click here to open the album in a new browser window

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