Travel and Learn Destinations
Get a quick glimpse of some of our past locations that we had ventured into:
Bangkok lays claim to the second largest GDP in South East Asia and the eighth largest in Asia. With huge market potential and investment opportunities, Bangkok has emerged as an excellent place to do business due to its location and relatively stable economy. As one of the main transportation hubs of Asia with developments in strategic mega projects such as its dual track North-South high-speed train, Chumporn seaport, Suvarnabhumi airport, and Don Mueang airport, Bangkok offers a slew of options for establishing import and export businesses. Add to that a good GDP growth of 3.6% to 4.1% with a consumer base of over 69 million people and growing middle income families, Bangkok is set to be a solid destination for every business opportunity.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Relations between Vietnam and Singapore have been steadily strengthening since bilateral relations were established in 1973. Over the years, trade and business connections between the two countries has been growing increasingly robust. In fact, Singapore holds the position as the third-largest investor in Vietnam, and the number one foreign investor in Ho Chi Minh City. Vietnam’s growing economy continues to provide Singapore with ample opportunities for business especially in areas of consumer services, hospitality, real estate and high-tech manufacturing.
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Cambodia is currently experiencing robust economic growth at 7% GDP average p.a. from 1994 to 2015 and is regarded as one of the top tourist destinations. As Cambodia’s second economic hub, Siem Reap attracts millions of tourists every year providing ample opportunities for business with growing economic sectors including early childhood, events management, hospitality and tourism, organic farming and real estate. With a relatively young and emerging middle class with greater disposable income and lifestyle aspirations, Siem Reap offers an exciting environment for new ideas and innovations.
The Philippines has emerged as one of the Asia’s most dynamic economies with a robust economic growth of 6-7% GDP p.a. since 2012. This has been boosted by key factors such as infrastructure developments in strategic mega projects, for example, Bonifacio Global City, New Clark City, Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway and Clark International Airport, as well as strong purchasing power with a consumer base of 100 million+ people with a median age of mid-20s boasting an upper middle income. Strong Foreign Direct Investments, with Singapore being the 2nd top FDI partner in the Philippines, has also provided excellent business opportunities for Infocomm, Business Process Outsourcing, Education and Retail & Food.
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