Bangkok Land

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Bangkok Land
Traded as SETBLAND
Industry Real estate
Founded April 19, 1973
Headquarters Nonthaburi, Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Thailand
Area served
Southeast Asia
Key people
Anant Kanjanapas, CEO
Total assets Increase US$ 1.8 billion (2015)[1]

Bangkok Land (SETBLAND) is a large property holding company in Thailand. It is involved in city projects which consist of the creation of entire cities in the area upcountry from Bangkok. These projects include city government and maintenance facilities in addition to commercial, residential and infrastructure installations. Typically, Bangkok Land will be involved in establishing the first city government, providing ballot boxes and organizing political committees to do so.

Along with its competitor Land and Houses of Bangkok, Bangkok Land is considered to have a very good land bank, or real estate collection. It is listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand.

Bangkok Land Public Company Limited, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the development and sale of residential housings and commercial buildings in Thailand. It develops single houses, townhouses, condominiums, shop-houses, and high rise commercial buildings, as well as projects from small sizes to very large self-contained communities. The company also offers exhibition and convention facilities and services for government, corporations, and individuals to hold exhibitions, conventions, concerts, entertainment shows, parties, receptions, and examinations. In addition, it provides building maintenance, project management, and property rental services. Further, the company operates restaurants, hotels, food courts, small retails shops, and a fresh food market. It primarily owns and manages approximately 140,000 square meters of exhibition and convention space with other related supporting facilities in south-east Asia. Bangkok Land Public Company Limited is based in Nonthaburi, Thailand.


  1. ^ [1]Bangkok Land Financial Data, then using the December 31, 2014 exchange rate of 1 baht = 0.02812 US dollar

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