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Hok Yean Chee

Regional President of HVS Asia Pacific

Hok Yean  Chee

Hok Yean CHEE is the Regional President of HVS Asia Pacific. 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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Asia Pacific Hotel Industry Sentiment Survey Response (COVID-19)

The purpose of the questionnaire is to gather responses on the impact of COVID-19 including the measures taken during COVID-19 and in preparation for post COVID-19 in the hospitality industry across Asia Pacific.

HVS: COVID-19 Impact on Hotels in Asia Pacific

The momentum in visitor arrivals has been lost due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. January 2020 kick off with robust visitor arrivals before registering an average decrease of approximately 35% and 65% across the region (Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam) in February and March, respectively.

In Focus: Singapore, Revitalising and Repurposing Hotels

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

Market Snapshot: Asia Pacific 2019

In 2018, transaction activity in Asia Pacific continued its strong momentum from 2017 and achieved transaction volume of approximately USD12.8 billion worth of hospitality assets, indicating a 26.6% increase year-on-year.

In Focus: Vietnam, Discover the Boundless Allure of the Land of Rising Dragon

Vietnam is a coastal country located on the eastern edge of the Indochina Peninsula by the Pacific Coast of the Southeast Asian Region. It boasts 3,260 kilometres of coastline, which does not include the few offshore islands along its coastline.
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