Posts Tagged ‘Vietnam’

Opportunities in Vietnam’s Luxury Hotel Resort Market

March 6th, 2017

Newly enacted laws liberalizing real estate investment for foreigners have caused a boom in real estate investment in the Southeast Asian country of Vietnam. Along with apartments, townhouses, and other residential units whose sales have been going gangbusters all over the country, so to have villas located within the confines of a five star hotel. Vietnam has a huge choice of incredible such luxury resorts; for instance, the Amanoi Spa Hotel and luxury resort offers villas for sale to investors looking for incredible value for their investment.

Buyers of villas at Amanoi reap the benefits of this high-end vacation getaway located along the southeastern coast of Vietnam on the Vinh Hy Bay. Villa owners have access to the pristine and privately owned beach. They can use the resorts exceptionally appointed facilities, including a spa situated on the banks of a lotus-filled lake. There are several highly-acclaimed eating venues located at the highest point of the resort, affording spectacular views of the boulder outcrops and the coastline of the Nui Chua National Park.

Other five-star hotels in Vietnam are joining the boom. In the Khanh Hoa Province where the Nha Trang Bay is, upwards of 2,800 four and five-star hotel rooms are in the building stages, with the expectation that they will be open this coming year.

The ONYX Hospitality Group of Thailand recently signed a deal with the HB Group of Vietnam to manage a resort valued at over $1.5 billion which is now under construction in Hoi An.

“Vietnam is one of the region’s fastest growing travel destinations, and we are excited to have OZO Hoi An as part of our continuing expansion plan,” Peter Henley, CEO of ONYX Hospitality Group, said.

Those looking for the next big opportunity in real estate should consider luxury resort five-star hotels in Vietnam.

Asia: Where Best to Invest

June 9th, 2015

Asia-businessIt’s already been a while that FDI has been thriving in Asia. But now the question is, what part of Asia does this refer to most?

According to a recent Economist study, fast forward five years to the year 2020 and the Asian expansion will be most focused in China, India and Malaysia. If you look even further ahead – to the next 35 years – factories and offices are likely to open up in Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.

Much of this expansion and planned expansion is connected to the liberalization of “intra-regional trade and investment” which is in the program of various Asian governments over the next few years. But perhaps just as importantly, the fact that there is in existence, greater economic integration between companies in the area.

China unfortunately might be losing some FDI given its significant increase in labor and overhead costs. Those that would have bought their investments to China are instead choosing countries in the ASEAN region like Indonesia and Vietnam – places that don’t have such crippling prices.

Asia Investments: Is Vietnam the New China?

February 7th, 2015

vietnam-For so long China has been seen as the region in which to make an Asian investment. But now it appears that Vietnam might just be “the new China” vis-à-vis business. Vietnam has low costs and a government which is eager to please. As well, licensing and operating in Vietnam are substantially easier these days than they are in China. Thus manufacturers are flocking to the region and rejecting China that is increasing costs. Thus it is not all that surprising that economic growth in China dropped to 7.4 percent in 2014 which is a 24-ytear low.

Some examples of successful investments in Vietnam in the manufacturing industry currently include making cars for both Ford and Toyota. The tech industry is also booming there with Samsung Electronics putting $11billion into production in the region.

Although China is still ahead of Vietnam in FDI, the gap is closing. For example, Vietnam’s FDI increased 60% year over year in the2014 fourth quarter, totaling around $8 billion. Given all this data, Beijing officials are thus trying to put together a new FDI law to offer foreign projects “more equal treatment alongside domestic peers,” which could result in the elimination of case-by-case reviews of foreign projects, and provide fewer restrictions.