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Hok Yean CHEE

Managing Partner at HVS Singapore

Hok CHEE

Hok Yean CHEE is the Managing Partner of HVS Singapore. She has 30 years of experience in more than 30 markets across 19 countries in Asia Pacific, providing real estate investment advisory services for a wide spectrum of property assets. Her forte lies in providing investment advisory on hotels and serviced apartments including brokerage, strategic analyses, operator search, market feasibility studies, valuations and litigation support. For further information, please contact: [email protected]

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HVS In Focus: Malaysia - Reinvigorated Opportunities

The Federation of Malaysia, located in Southeast Asia, comprises 13 states and three federal territories covering a total area of 329,847 square kilometres across Peninsula Malaysia and East Malaysia.

Key Takeaways from the 2018 South East Asia Hotel Investor’s Summit (SEAHIS)

This year's South East Asia Hotel Investors' Summit (SEAHIS) took place at the Westin Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok on May 14-15, and HVS proudly sponsored the conference for the second consecutive year. The event tackled some of the key issues facing the hospitality sector including the role of Online Travel Agencies (OTAs), hotel management agreement negotiations, and fear of oversupply in certain markets, as well as the 2018 regional outlook.

In Focus: Singapore, Preparing for a Smart Future

The Republic of Singapore is a metropolitan city-state and island country in Southeast Asia with a total land area of 714.3 square kilometres. It is situated at the southern tip of the Malayan Peninsula, between Malaysia and Indonesia.

Indonesia Hotel Watch 2017

The fifth edition of the Indonesia Hotel Watch highlights Indonesia's current hospitality landscape, analysing domestic and international demand and hotel supply dynamics of classified and non-classified hotels.

Market Pulse: Singapore

The Republic of Singapore is a metropolitan city-state and island country in Southeast Asia with a total land area of 714.3 square kilometres. It is situated at the southern tip of the Malayan Peninsula, between Malaysia and Indonesia.
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