Experimental, artistic and philanthropic, Iniala Beach House is a 10-bedroom resort residence that challenges the conventional notion of a luxury resort.
An increasing number of Japanese real estate firms are entering the Thai market through joint ventures with local joint companies.
The effect of Thailand’s protests and the Bangkok Shutdown on real estate in Bangkok and beyond, home sales in Singapore, and updates from Hong Kong’s Policy Address 2014 in this week’s Market round-up.
The inaugural Pattaya Property Show launched last weekend at the Hilton Pattaya and was well received by both exhibitors and attendees.
Partnering with SMART Expos, this year’s Phuket International Boat Show attracted a significant number of developers and real estate firms to the host venue, Royal Phuket Marina.
Condo growth slows in Phuket; outlook still strong on Malaysian property; and declining rental returns in Manhattan in this week’s Market round-up.
The property unit of one of Singapore’s major conglomerates Fraser & Neave recently announced plans to expand its regional presence in China, Thailand and Australia.
Following the recent introduction of Laguna Property’s affordable new townhomes and villas on Phuket, this week saw the launch of the final first phase component of its Laguna Park development.
More than 45 leading developers and realtors will display their projects at the event, with properties on offer in a variety of locations around Pattaya and beyond, catering to a range of budgets.
Overlooking a tropical lagoon by the Andaman Sea, the Angsana Waterfront Suites will offer investors a combination of lifestyle, capital appreciation and rental yields through a leaseback model.
Thai company Centara Hotel & Resorts is set to open its first overseas serviced apartments in the Mauritius next month.
The founder and chairman of Emaar Properties, the developers behind the Burj Khalifa, recently announced intentions to enter the Southeast Asian market.
Events like Phuket International Boat Show in January not only showcase the top boating brands, but also aim to highlight the appeal of a marine lifestyle in Asia with an eclectic combination of luxury marine and property exhibitors.
Predictions for the 2014 residential real estate market in Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong in this week’s Market round-up.
The Beachfront, an oceanfront residential project located on Phuket’s east coast, launched on the Thai island this week.
Thailand based Perry Group International, the developers of The Pelican Krabi, recently announced a management agreement with Centara Hotels and Resorts.
A collection of 20 villas at Point Yamu by COMO, a luxury residential resort on Phuket, are set to launch in February 2014.
Centara Grand Residence in Jomtien, Pattaya has received official EIA approval (Environmental Impact Assessment) and that construction has begun.
The Urban Land Institute’s 2014 ‘Emerging Trends in Real Estate: Asia-Pacific’ names Manila and Jakarta the top residential picks for 2014. Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh City and Kuala Lumpur trail behind.
The Phuket Pavilions Estate launched this week; a high-end residential resort development of nine luxury villas and 30 apartments with three penthouses, all adjacent to the eponymous, award-winning hotel.