Asia’s leading luxury market, Hong Kong, has slowed in recent years, the result of government measures designed to calm real estate values.
However, it remains a prized global city for luxury real estate, boasting the world’s most expensive sale in 2015 and the highest price paid per square foot. Singapore has experienced several years of softening prices thanks to government cooling measures, but is on the up again, ranking fifth among the world’s top 10 cities for prime property.
The average starting price for a luxury home in Hong Kong, compared to $3m+ in Singapore.
The price achieved for a property in Hong Kong’s Barker Road Estate, the world’s most expensive sale in 2015
The Ocean Flower, Maldives
A rare opportunity to own a beautiful villa set above the turquoise waters of the North Malé Atoll. With idyllic views of the Indian Ocean and access to a wide range of facilities, including restaurants, shops, spa, diving centre and pristine beach, this exclusive marine oasis sets a new benchmark for luxurious living // Price on application.
Nanuku Ocean Estates, Fiji
With an idyllic beachfront setting, these luxurious residences have fabulous views across the South Pacific and enjoy access to the exclusive amenities of Nanuku Auberge Resort // $495,000.
The Copper House, Singapore
Nestled in Sentosa, a paradise island close to the main island of Singapore, this impressive modern home has six en-suite bedrooms, spacious entertainment areas and panormaic sea views // POA.
Redhill Peninsula, Hong Kong
This beautifully designed family house is located in the peaceful setting of Redhill Peninsula, just a 30-minute drive from the centre of Hong Kong. The property enjoys sweeping sea views and has four bedrooms, including two ensuite bathrooms, a spacious living and dining area, roof terrace and private garden, as well as a garage for two cars // POA.