How much does it cost to build a website in Thailand?

How much does it cost to build a website in Thailand?

Having a website that you’re proud of and which accurately reflects your brand is one of the most important aspects of any business. Research has even suggested that having a website can increase turnover by around 45%. Despite this, it is estimated that around two million Thai businesses still don’t have one.

There is still a lot of confusion over how much a website does, and should cost – do you need to spend thousands, or could you get away with building it yourself? And if you do pay to have a website designed, what are the ongoing costs? We get it. It’s hard to know where to start, and your research gives conflicting results.

It’s important to note that no web design company in Thailand will charge identical prices for identical services. Some companies will build a basic website and try to charge high end prices and add on further extras that you really should have got as standard with the price they already quoted.

It’s not unusual to send a price quote request to 5 or more individual web designers in Thailand and receive quotes a wide range of quotes from 10,000 Baht up to 200,000 Baht. You will be very surprised by just how much some of these web design companies in Thailand are charging their customers to build a website. Some prices are astronomical while some are just too cheap leaving you questioning how they could be so cheap or so expensive or so different in their price range.

It can be very frustrating for you as the end customer who just wants to find the best web design agency in Thailand to build you a professional website that will bring a good return of investment or do whatever job you intend it to do.

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