Why is Asakusa the prime tourism hub of Tokyo Japan? Real Estate Development Lessons in Travels Asakusa is too touristy, most travel vlogs would say. It’s meant to discourage one to venture into the place so one can avoid the crowds and the over-priced food and souvenirs. I ventured towards it, anyway, curious why it [...]
Seoul Searching My holidays aren’t just for fun. They are also my “TIME OUT” from the hustle of work, and my rest from what could seem routinary when done too often, even while you once aspired for doing them. Even humans need a REFRESH or a RESET. https://youtu.be/a4fRRFq-8kE I took my wife and daughter to [...]
The Aerotropolis as a development concept has its share of critics, and rightfully so. Serious real estate development students are advised to read more and dig deeper. While putting up an airport has its benefits, its role as progenitor or catalyst of communities and cities is an overstatement. A doubtless truism though is that interconnectivity builds communities. Be it in Bulacan, Dubai, Dallas or elsewhere.
A Snow Resort an hour and a half away from Tokyo Station! In a previous video, we defined what a resort is, and have listed down factors on how it can be successful. https://youtu.be/yar5rN7Pi3Y Subscribe to MyRealEstateNotes Youtube Channel Destination Resort In this video, we’ll classify resorts into two. One is Destination Resort, which has [...]
Singapore's Marina Bay Sands Sunrise Silhouette In my last post and video, I started walking around the City of Singapore, more specifically in the strolling lanes that starts in One Fullerton and passes the Merlion, Esplanade, Hellix Bridge, ArtsScience Museum, Crystal Pavilions and up to the rest of the Marina Bay Sands. I took notes [...]