Luxury real-estate marketing is now a worldwide game.  Recognizing what is considered to be a luxury in numerous cultures is now a necessary education for luxury real estate marketing professionals. For example, what’s thought of as luxury in Singapore, the fifth richest country in the world?  Its rapid monetary growth and positive business climate converted a port city to some major urban funding.

In razing orchards and lands to develop high rises and an urban heritage, the nation’s agricultural output became so non-existent.  Singapore is a country that imports the overwhelming majority of its food (eggs would be the exclusion) and 1 / 2 of its own water.

Today, homegrown veggies, vegetables, also have been the brand new luxury. Greening up the concrete façade of this city began with all the chefs of the luxury hotels like the Four Seasons and the Fairmont, that weren’t happy with the imported organic fare.  In Singapore, there are many luxury condominiums. They are very suitable and affordable for the tourist.

These chefs began growing herb blossoms on their rooftops.  This expanded to growing banana trees, chilies, bell peppers and more.  Other business and restaurants also have followed suit, also are growing oranges, curry leaves, lemon grass, and mint.

IN a nation proud of its own gastronomic heritage and also a people who appreciate diversity in gourmet cuisine, this trend of homegrown produce is now vitally important to carry on its dominance as a culinary capital.  Using organic produce is also beneficial to the environment as it has an impact on lowering greenhouse emissions.