5 Most Strategically Located Countries in Asia

Geography plays an important role in any country’s success. From natural disaster risk to trade accessibility, location often defines a nation’s growth potential. For example, landlocked nations are severely limited by their lack of access to the ocean. They rely on a neighboring port to access global shipping lanes. As such, industrialization proves very difficult for them. Likewise, Indonesia and the Philippines are located entirely in high earthquake risk zones. Countries

Thailand Issues New Incentives to Attract Foreign Investors, Professionals, and Retirees

Foreign investors, professionals, and retirees will be able to enjoy a number of new incentives in Thailand, as the government seeks to attract high-earning overseas residents to help the country’s COVID-19 recovery. Thailand’s cabinet passed a resolution on September 14, 2021, introducing immigration, tax, and land ownership incentives aimed at foreign investors and skilled professionals. The incentives are part of an effort to stimulate Thailand’s economy which has been bad

Thailand approves USD2.8 billion more economic support

Thailand’s cabinet has approved a further THB 92 billion (USD 2.76 billion) of relief measures to help boost its flagging economy as the Southeast Asian country deals with its biggest and most prolonged coronavirus outbreak. The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) expects the programme to draw 10,000 foreigners with investment spending of about 300 billion baht. The move is in line with a wider plan to lure a million foreigners to help the economy. Thailand’s economy is expec

17 Best Indoor Trees (and Tropical Plants) to Grow in Your Living Room

Plus, tips for keeping them alive and well for longer than one second All products featured on Architectural Digest are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Not much can cause your shoebox of an apartment to feel like a lush, tropical paradise than indoor trees. A few things are non-negotiable to keep so grand a specimen alive and well—namely, tall enough ceilings to house it comf