Celebrating Dot Property Magazine’s 30th issue with a special double edition!
The newest issue of Dot Property Magazine is our largest ever. That’s because we are celebrating our 30th issue with a special double edition. We start with a sneak peek inside Thailand’s most exclusive beachfront villa development; Samujana. Staying in Thailand, you can learn more about the resort town of Hua Hin and find answers to the country’s most pressing real estate legal questions. Also in this special double issue, we examine why the Philippines is becoming a retirement destination, explore the property market in Vietnam, and take a look at Southeast Asia’s tallest buildings.
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