Siam Square still holds the record for the most expensive land in the country, averaging 1.65 million baht per square wah, according to an independent real estate consultancy.
A woman takes a 'selfie' in front of the Siam Paragon shopping mall on Dec 15, 2013. Land prices in Siam Square have topped Thailand's most expensive since 2006. (Photo by Seksan Rojjanametakun)
Sopon Pornchokchai, president of Agency for Real Estate Affairs, said land near to BTS Siam station in Siam Square costs 660 million baht per rai or 1.65 million baht per square wah. This is because the location is served by two Skytrain lines and is also at the centre of several leading department stores.
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