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Which South East Asian city is best to invest in?

Discussion in 'Malaysia property' started by Soho, Jun 15, 2007.

  1. Soho

    Soho New Member

    I like some ideas on which country in south east asia is the best investment area, any ideas?
  2. Mirage

    Mirage New Member

    Mumbai is looking like a good option over the long term, with growing economy and growing middle classes demand for medium range properties is looking very good, the next decade should be quite positive, there are some projects out these which are very affordable and come with rental guarantees. We have some available in our agency if you interested.
  3. nigel1962

    nigel1962 New Member

  4. billaaa777

    billaaa777 New Member

    Pattaya Thailand

    I am making a killing in Pattaya Thailand. The market is booming and there is no other city in the world like it. You should come over and check it out, at the very least you will have the best vacation you have ever had.
  5. rastlin

    rastlin New Member

    Why not take alook @ Singapore. Property prices had been breaking new highs & couple with the sound government policy, stable political enviroment, low crime rate, influx of new immigrants & young professional & the new integrated resorts coming up, the price have no other place to move except UP.

    Have a piece of the pie before all being snap up.
  6. dubayyy

    dubayyy New Member

    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  7. cin7166

    cin7166 New Member


    I'm new to this forum. Not sure if I've done the right thing or not but I have just invested in Kuala Lumpur.
    I want to stay away from the holiday rental market as I have a villa in Turkey and although it was never really bought for an investment but for my own use for holidays, I am finding due to work etc I don't get to use it as much as I would like and have been trying to rent it out and it's proving very difficult! Even my family are not interested in using it for free! My friends with kids say they prefer going on holiday to Spain! So this time I've chosen a destination which will hopefully be easy to rent long term.
  8. geordie

    geordie New Member

    I totally agree with Rastlin, it is Singapore by a mile. It is a massive financial centre and is the Hedge Fund capital of the world - a solid basis for any investment. It is also benfiting for being close to, but not part of, China.

  9. rastlin

    rastlin New Member

    Prices will raise again towards end of the year..
  10. wharfie

    wharfie New Member

    phoenix grove pattaya

    hi! i have just paid 24k 4 a2 bed linked bungalow,completed dec. will get 10% income 4 2 yrs. been there once and loved it. its good 2 hear ur doing well...any info?
  11. NYANG1234

    NYANG1234 New Member

    India's market is Booming" with lots of development including transport links etc.
  12. Simon Lim

    Simon Lim New Member

    What about Cambodia?

    Hi all,

    I'm going to be visiting a few countries in South East Asia later in the year, and spending most of the time in Cambodia.

    I read somewhere that capital appreciation is about 25% year on year in Cambodia, and from what I've heard it does seem like the turmoil of the past is settling down.

    I would have thought Vietnam would be in a similar position, but not really sure.

    What are people's thoughts on Cambodia and Vietnam?


  13. bloss

    bloss New Member

    i think the philippines is the best place. real estate is rapidly growing in the country & demands for houses are increasing. buying properties at this time is advised since amount appreciates every year. also a lot of tourist goes to this place since the city & beaches are breathtaking...i should know because i stay here & invest here.
  14. Robert Gavin

    Robert Gavin New Member

    In order to best investment

    Malaysia > india > Vietnam

    Singapore - way overpriced property is around 20 x annual income!
    China - Hard financing options

    malaysia has less developed laws and banking than SIN but much more room for growth and far higher rental yields.
  15. ExpatNick

    ExpatNick New Member


    Just curious, but what's your legal status in Thailand? And under what land ownership terms did you buy the bungalow?

  16. pectin232

    pectin232 New Member

    I think in order to purchase landed property like Bungalow. You need to have a wife who is a Thai.... as my colleague is married to one told me. I might be wrong. Unless there are some ways like business investment, etc...
  17. erikko

    erikko New Member

    i can say Davao in the Philippines (that's if you want a food processing business)
  18. Shamrock

    Shamrock New Member

    I'm looking to invest in an off plan development called Forest View in Pattaya. Has anyone else looked at this site or bought off plan in the area. Prices are cheap so not huge risk but I would wellcome any responses.
  19. eyeC

    eyeC Senior Member

    penang malaysia, or pulau langkawi also in malaysia

    India is good but i dont think foreign investors can own property at this time

    china makau great location for investors
  20. ariecol

    ariecol New Member

    care to discuss why your preference to malaysia?
    i would like to see things from different perspective.

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