Latest reports conducted by tourism and hospitality organizations reveal that people in Vietnam are very keen to travel, outlining health, safety and hygiene factors as top priorities when choosing destinations and booking accommodation.
Indochina Capital Chief Operating Officer Michael Piro talks about emerging destinations for hospitality investment in Vietnam.
Indochina Kajima Development Limited and partners celebrate the topping out of the first Wínk hotel in Ho Chi Minh City and the groundbreaking of another Wínk hotel in Danang.
Indochina Capital CEO Peter Ryder talks about changes the private sector has brought to local real estate market during his 25 years of living in Vietnam.
The Hanoi summit brought more for Vietnam tourism and hospitality than a perfectly designed media campaign.
The joint venture has commenced construction of the first Wínk Hotel at 75 Nguyen Binh Khiem, Ho Chi Minh City.
The second phase of Mon City will be tailor-made for the premium segment.
With the strong development of tourism industry, impressive economic growth, and the efforts of Vietnam in improving infrastructures, the country's seaside real estate has a lot of potentials to grow strongly, according to chief operating officer of Indochina Capital Michael Piro.
Chief operating officer of the property developer Indochina Capital shows his concerns when investors are providing too many attractive offers to condotel buyers in Vietnam.
Investors expect that the pioneering hotel brand bringing a vibrant approach to affordable luxury in Vietnam, will redefine the traditional hospitality norms.
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