This study distinguishes the components that can be used as factors for land price determination among the survey items composed in Vietnam's land information collection form. It analyzes their relative importance and priorities. To achieve this research objective, the analytical hierarchy process (AHP) is used as the analysis method.
As a result, for agricultural land, location features including transportation, distribution, and disaster prevention facilities, which are closely related to agricultural production, were found to have high importance and priority. On the other hand, for non-agricultural land, road features, which are considered the most important factor in Vietnam's current land price assessment method, and their components were identified as important factors for land price formation. To actively utilize and practically establish these factors for land regulation, it is necessary to improve the land characteristic information and spatial information system, and to improve the land data infrastructure.