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Bangkok Post 31.10.2012
First Hyatt Regency planned for Bangkok

The first Hyatt Recency Hotel will be opened in Bangkok in 2017, marking an integral step towards the brand's distribution in one of Asia's key markets.

Real estate investment guru

Property firm Estate Guru Co, run by a former financier at JPMorgan Chase & Co in the US, plans to launch four new projects worth a combined 1 billion baht next year.

TAT’s advertising campaign paying big dividends in Hua Hin

Tourism Authority of Thailand’s advertising campaign promoting Hua Hin is paying big dividends. Tourist arrivals in Hua Hin were up over 49 percent from 2010 to 2011 with over 1.6 million tourists visiting our royal resort city and 2012 will undoubtedly break new records. With Double page adverts placed in International magazines such as the Economist, Hua Hin is being portrayed as Thailand’s Riviera where you can rub shoulders with celebrities while taking in its sophisticated charm.

Malaysian developers look beyond home turf

The limited amount of land available in Penang, Malaysia is driving a local property developer and his colleagues to seek opportunities in other Asean countries, particularly Thailand, Myanmar and Laos.

Select Thai properties to be offered to Chinese investors

A partner firm agreement has been signed between Pacvest Property Services, the property-marketing arm of Pacvest Group and Shanghai-based ACN Worldwide Inc. Pacvest will have access to the ACN marketing platform to offer select Thai properties to ACN’s extensive Mainland Chinese high net worth client base.

Phuket to gain fourth Best Western property

Best Western International – the World’s Largest Hotel Chain – is expanding its beach resort portfolio with the launch of a new hotel in Phuket.

Thailand's Pattaya Market Emerging as Niche Real Estate Development Target

It may not have the glitz and glamour of a Las Vegas or Atlantic City, but Pattaya in Thailand has long been a major tourist destination in Asia. Now it is emerging as a budding real estate development site.

Thailand’s Royal Phuket Marina targets Chinese buyers

The Royal Phuket Marina (RPM) is targeting Chinese and expatriate property investors with its upcoming presence at the Beijing International Property Exposition from September 20 to 23.

The right time and place for REITs

Bangkok Post 14.08.2012
Phuket Property Probes Widen to Include Patong, Loch Palm Titles

PHUKET: Land probes on Phuket extended more widely today to the prime holiday resort coast near Patong and to a large estate near two of Phuket's premium golf courses.

The right time and place for REITs

Thailand and Vietnam among the emerging markets ready to tap into high investor demand for real estate investment trusts.

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