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Celebrating Dot Property Magazine’s 30th issue with a special double edition!
The newest issue of Dot Property Magazine is our largest ever. That’s because we are celebrating our 30th issue with a special double edition. We start with a sneak peek inside Thailand’s most exclusive beachfront villa development; Samujana. Staying in Thailand, you can learn more about the resort town of Hua Hin and find answers to the country’s most pressing real estate legal questions. Also in this special double issue, we examine why the Philippines is becoming a retirement destination, explore the property market in Vietnam, and take a look at Southeast Asia’s tallest buildings.
Dot Property Thailand Awards 2020 celebrates the real estate sector’s resiliency during a challenging year
After a year full of challenges, the Dot Property Thailand Awards 2020 were a chance to celebrate the industry’s resiliency and show things are returning to normal. A total of 25 winners were honored during an exclusive ceremony inside the Park Hyatt…September 18, 2020
What is a qualified property sales lead?
There is a bit of confusion surrounding what is a qualified property sales lead these days. Some of that stems from the fact different real estate sites have tried to redefine what the term means. For real estate agents and developers, it is importan…September 08, 2020
Go inside the hallmark hotel that occupies the top floors of Cambodia’s tallest building
The Vattanac Capital tower embodies the growth of Phnom Penh during the past decades and offers glimpse of what’s possible for the country in the future. The top 14 floors of the 187-meter building have been reserved for the luxurious Rosewood Phnom …August 27, 2020
The tallest buildings in Cambodia: here’s what you need to know
Cambodia may not be the first place that springs to mind when you think about skyscrapers, but they are arriving in Phnom Penh. The skyline still remains relatively modest when compared to other Southeast Asian capitals, however, the past decade has …August 25, 2020
Southeast Asia skyscrapers spring up at an impressive rate
Skyscrapers are becoming more common place in Southeast Asia’s major metropolises. Kuala Lumpur and Singapore were the first cities to really go vertical, but they have since been joined by Bangkok and Jakarta as well as Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and M…August 18, 2020