comprising four principle agencies: the Kasapsitthikarn Royal Thai Mint, the Great Royal Treasury Department (Krom Phra Khlang MahaSombat), The Currency Department (Krom Nguen Tra), the Department of Royal State Property and Public Property (Krom Raksa Thee Luang Lae Kalpana).
Manage state property in the most effect way Mat viddy government social and environmental benefit. According to the Ratchaphatsadu Land Act, B.E. 2518, Ratchaphatsadu land (State Property) is defined as all type of real assets belonging to the country, except for the following public properties
Royal Mint And Coin
The first mint in Thailand was established during the reign of King Rama IV, a period when Thailand was developing and modernizing as a result of the expansion of trade and the economy.
The value of land
Regalia are symbols of prestige and honor, given for superior service that the King of Thailand has long bestowed upon members of the royal family, courtiers, officials, and ordinary citizens because of their rank or to reward them for outstanding performance in their duties or for exceptional service.
The Bureau was founded in 1981 under the Academic Division, Department of Lands. Its original name was "Central Valuation Authority" In 1984 the cabinet approved its listed of duties: to value assets i.e., land, unit in condominium for taxes and transaction fees.