What Do Asia’s Most Expensive Penthouse Condos Look Like?
Home to most of the world’s billionaires and power players, Asia bespoke of unrivaled luxury fringed in lush landscape of forests, gleaming turquoise waters, rich cultural heritage, and nonpareil hospitality. As if the geographical wow factor isn’t enough – the continent takes its subtle sophistication even to custom-designed sky-high vacation suites, enticing guests to book a staycation as tourists or stay for good as residents.
Here, we’ve seek out Asia’s penthouse gems, in case you’d want the finest vacation experience very soon.
Luxury becomes personal.
An assemblage of 181 luxurious condo homes, Wallich Residence by Guocoland is the pinnacle of first-rate design and unmatched exclusivity. It rests atop the iconic Tanjong Pagar which is located at the heart of the diverse garden city of Singapore – the very heart of Asia.
Enticing its residents to live without compromise, each unit has a skyline backdrop, whilst stepping inside would unleash a detailed interior decor as luxurious as the world’s most expensive hotels. Residents can enjoy en-suite bathrooms, an expansive walk-in closet for each master bedroom, and high-speed elevators that opens to an exclusive vestibules
The most priced unit is the triplex super penthouse condo featuring 3 bedrooms, a junior master bedroom, and a master bedroom. It has a stunning panoramic view of the CBD, a private 12 metre pool and a jacuzzi located at the rooftop terrace; a private garden with viewing deck at the 62nd floor; and an entertainment area among its three level amenities.
Get inspired with the looks of a classic Ralph Lauren Home.
Comprised of five bedrooms, four ensuites,three walk-in closets, and five flat roofs – the 3,962 square feet of the only penthouse of The Morgan in Conduit Road Hongkong boasts of neo-classical luxury and splendor. A delightful masterpiece by renowned designer Robert Cheng, the Morgan penthouse evokes an emotional narration of people and their selected living space making it distinct in all angles with subtle touches of luxury. At night, the penthouse condo offers a marvelous sight of Victoria Harbor, the Peak, and other iconic skyscrapers.
Inside the penthouse, a brim of Japanese influence can be explicitly observed. Calico Wallpaper unites the living room, family room, and dining room, while floor to ceiling windows naturally removes obstruction in viewing the lush nature outside. The master bedroom has onyx finishing and elegant oak centerpiece with neutral and gold colors adding to the expansive feel inside.
Luxury European Living in Asia
In the heart of Thailand, one luxury property stands unrivaled (considering its price) among other splendid skyscrapers. It holds the name of 98 Wireless. The home pieces inside the penthouse condo unit are that of Ralph Lauren which are meticulously picked by New York based interior designer Anne Carson. From its gate to its lobby and lifts to upscale units, a deep regard for European grandeur and Beaux-Arts architecture captivates one’s senses.
“Wireless Road is a unique part of the city — so there is a need to feel like it’s a very, very high level,” says architect Kirk Ellis who lead the penthouse condo design. As a symbol of grandeur, the ceilings were built higher than usual. A selection of signature luxury appliances with brands such as SubZero and Gaggenau equipped the kitchen with elegant aesthetic and functionality.
Just recently launched, The Grand Manhattan brings forth the opulence of New York in the Asian soil. Positioned in the District 1 of Ho Minh City of Vietnam, its name spread like wildfire to both foreign business moguls and local luxury property buyers. It’s not hard to answer should anyone ask “why not?” The building itself features 5-star amenities such as sun lounges, luxurious swimming pool, private elevator, lush gardens, and an exclusive shopping area – all for your extended delight. Inside each unit, the decor follows a modern sophisticated trend ideal to the elite customers – bathed in natural light, airy expansive space and upscale interior design.
Further endowed with innovation, The Grand Manhattan also has a smart home system that makes luxury living even more convenient for its residents.
Named after a cat business robot who time traveled from 22nd Century Tokyo, Toranomon Hills Residence is a visionary penthouse condo that combines advanced technology and hotel-like luxury in upscale living spaces.
Aside from the stylish interior of each apartment, the panoramic views from the living and dining room did not disappoint either. Also available in the viewing lounge, it presents a surreal picture of Tokyo Tower, Roppongi Hills, the Imperial Palace Grounds, Reinbow Bridge, and Tokyo Bay.
Also leading in exclusivity, this penthouse condo’s full security system removes all infiltration fright from both guests and residents. For those wanting to relax, a hydrotherapy pool and carbonated spring awaits as one of Toranomon’s various luxury amenities.
“I hope to see Toranomon Hills established as a community inspired by yesterday and looking towards tomorrow, a new destination for Tokyo,” said Tony Chi, the chief interior designer of Toranomon Hills Residence.
Be it a diamond in the sky or a sky-high futuristic gem, the Asian market’s appetite for luxury penthouse condo is not set to decline anytime soon. More and more extravagant units will be developed in years to come. Another real deal is selecting the best luxury home which functions exactly as you dream it to be – aesthetically appealing but never lacking in technology and function.
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