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Land 18 Rai Adjacent To Land Logistics Hub For Sale In Ko Kha resale

0 Land For Sale in Lampang, Lampang

LA-6 is a 28,804 square meter land plot that is available for sale. It is located in Ko Kha, Lampang and you can buy it for a base price of ฿25,000,000 (฿868/Sq.M). The title deed of that land plot is currently registered in the name of a Thai national and the City center is 14 Km away from it.

Plot Size (SqM): 28,804
฿ 25,000,000
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Land For Sale In Municipality Area 4 Rai resale

0 Land For Sale in Lampang, Lampang

LA-5 is a 7,620 square meter land plot that is available for sale. It is located in Ko Kha, Lampang and you can buy it for a base price of ฿7,000,000 (฿919/Sq.M). The title deed of that land plot is currently registered in the name of a Thai national and the City center is 13 Km away from it.

Plot Size (SqM): 7,620
฿ 7,000,000
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 Land For Sale in Lampang at Land For Sale In Municipality Area 4 Rai | LA-5
Land For Sale In Municipality Area 4 Rai resale
Ko Kha, Lampang, Thailand
฿7,000,000
Thai Ownership
7,620 SqM
 Land For Sale in Lampang at Land 18 Rai Adjacent To Land Logistics Hub For Sale In Ko Kha | LA-6
Land 18 Rai Adjacent To Land Logistics Hub For Sale In Ko Kha resale
Ko Kha, Lampang, Thailand
฿25,000,000
Thai Ownership
28,804 SqM

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Projects in Lampang

Prices start at
฿1,295,000
Distance to
City 20 Km
10 Number of units
2017 Oct Completed

What you need to know about Lampang

The average price per square meter for a Land For Sale in Lampang is ฿111,359 per square meter and The Nation has 0 Land and 2 Projects listed in Lampang.

Lampang is a mountainous province in northern Thailand, east of Chiang Mai. It's an important center for ceramics and is known for Buddhist temples built during the Lanna era, which dates back to the 13th century. The province's capital, also called Lampang, features horse-drawn carriages. In the city center, Ban Sao Nak, a traditional teak house supported by pillars, is now a museum with antiques and gardens.