Destinations

China

China is a vast country consisting of multiple climates, languages, ethnicity and with diverse landscapes. It has no doubt become a major global economic force to be reckoned with in the last decade. The GDP growth of its first-tier cities has been staggering while many second and third tier cities are emerging and in many cases now rising to the top at astounding rates. There is no shortage of what China has to offer to visitors from its cosmopolitan cities, famous sights, historical monuments and structures, abundance of culture and a mind-boggling array of cuisines.

Japan

The Japanese name for Japan is Nippon meaning “sun origin”, also called the Land of the Rising Sun. It is a country made up of 6,852 islands, and although with a population of around 127 million, about three quarters of the land is nearly uninhabitable with forests and mountains. Currently Japan is one of the most technologically advanced nations and undeniably the world leader in Robotics. But more than technology, Japan is known for its art, culture, and exquisite cuisine. The country will be in the world’s spotlight come this year with the hosting of the Rugby World Cup and then in 2020 the Olympic Games.

Vietnam

The sensory overload of being in Vietnam is well known. Vietnam is a beautiful coastal country rich in culture and history, with fascinating Chinese and French influences. The major cities of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi are bursting with activity and energy. Vietnamese are known for their friendliness making tourism to the country such an attraction. Vietnam is one of the world’s most dynamic economies and is predicted to be the fastest growing mid-large economy through to 2050. It is fast becoming the new manufacturing hub of Asia and a foreign investment darling. Major sectors include Manufacturing, Tourism, Agriculture & Fisheries, Construction, ICT and Professional Services. 2019 is an amazing time to witness a country in transition and rapid development, and to experience Vietnam’s world beating food, natural landscapes and culture.  

Indonesia

Formally known as the Dutch East Indies, Indonesia declared its independence from The Netherlands in 1945. Composed of 17,500 islands, Indonesia is the largest country in Southeast Asia. Sprawled 5000 km across the equator, it’s a country of diverse landscape, wildlife, people, cultures and languages. Be it beaches, volcanoes, or temples you are after, Indonesia has it all; there is truly something for everyone. Its major industries are agriculture and mining, being the major producer of palm oil and fourth biggest producer of coffee.

Malaysia

Coast, mountain, forest – Malaysia has in abundance natural beauty that has attracted countless  tourists. With its multiple cultures, languages and relatively low cost of living, Malaysia is a magnet for international enterprises to its shores. On the business side, it has a robust manufacturing and services industries. More recently, the country has invested heavily in infrastructure and liberalization of its financial services sectors to attract more international investors and compete in the global market. Given it boasts a stable and open economy, Malaysia is set to become a dominant player in Southeast Asia.

Malaysia

Coast, mountain, forest – Malaysia has in abundance natural beauty that has attracted countless  tourists. With its multiple cultures, languages and relatively low cost of living, Malaysia is a magnet for international enterprises to its shores. On the business side, it has a robust manufacturing and services industries. More recently, the country has invested heavily in infrastructure and liberalization of its financial services sectors to attract more international investors and compete in the global market. Given it boasts a stable and open economy, Malaysia is set to become a dominant player in Southeast Asia.

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