Real Estate Koh Tao Thailand
Real Estate Koh Tao Thailand
Conversion Table for Land Measurement in Thailand

LAND MEASUREMENT CONVERSION FOR THAILAND
Land in Thailand is measured in rai, ngan and wah. Land prices are expressed in baht per rai or baht per wah for smaller plots. The tables below will help you convert measurements:
1 sq. wah = 4 sq. m.
1 acre = 2.471 rai or 43,560 sq. ft.
1 ngan = 100 wah or 400 sq. m.
1 hectare = 6.25 rai or 10,000 sq. m.
1 Rai = 4 Ngan or 1600 sq. m.

sq. Wah

sq. ft.

sq. m.

Ngan

Rai

Acre(s)

Hectare(s)

1

43

4

100

4,305

400

1

0.25

0.10

0.04

400

17,222

1,600

4

1

0.40

0.16

800

34,444

3,200

8

2

0.80

0.32

1,200

51,667

4,800

12

3

1.20

0.48

1,600

68,888

6,400

16

4

1.60

0.64

2,000

86,111

8,000

20

5

2.00

0.80

2,400

103,333

9,600

24

6

2.40

0.96

2,800

120,555

11,200

28

7

2.80

1.12

3,200

137,777

12,800

32

8

3.20

1.28

3,600

155,000

14,400

36

9

3.60

1.44

4,000

172,222

16,000

40

10

4.00

1.60

32,000

80

20

8

3.20

48,000

120

30

12

4.80

64,000

160

40

16

6.40

80,000

200

50

20

8.00

96,000

240

60

24

9.60

112,000

280

70

28

11.20

128,000

320

80

32

12.80

144,000

360

90

36

14.40

160,000

400

100

40

16.00



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