(CNN) – It's pretty cocktail.
With more than half of the world's population, huge infrastructure projects and the rapid expansion of air connections, the Asia-Pacific region attracts more international tourists from anywhere in the world.
UNWTO puts the total tourist profits from the Asian countries to a cool $ 390 billion, many of which come from the hotel sector.
Now, here are some of the hottest new spots in the area due to the open – and in one case, the re-opening – for businesses in 2019.
Raffles Hotel, Singapore
The Raffles Hotel Singapore was closed for a major restoration in December 2017.
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The new features include dining concepts from world renowned chefs such as Alain Ducasse, new suites and a brand new Raffles Spa. There is a 24-hour butler and Sling Singapore cocktail service, which is served to all guests upon arrival, while a historic collection presents the heritage of the property dating back to 1887.
Raffles Hotel Singapore has begun accepting room reservations.
The Barracks Hotel, Singapore
The barracks are about to open in mid-2019.
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Another building of cultural heritage in Singapore undergoing meticulous restoration is a former military palace dating back to 1904.
A key feature is their pool – always a welcome feature in a tropical climate – sitting in their peaceful gardens. The suites on the ground floor have direct access to diving.
All rooms at the Capella Bangkok overlook the Chao Phraya River.
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Bangkok is one of the largest cities in the world, offering rooms at every reasonable price point.
Starting in the second quarter of 2019, it offers 100 rooms and villas that all have views of the lively and iconic waterway below.
Gourmet restaurants include one of Michelin's renowned Mauro Colagreco chef, while a 9000-foot Auriga Spa and Pool will offer many chances for serious downtime.
Rosewood Bangkok offers panoramic views of the city skyline.
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The hotel offers 159 rooms including Sky Villas with large verandas and private pools.
Three restaurants and bars, meeting and function rooms and an extensive Rosewood Spa complete the picture.
Panoramic views of Bangkok's virtual horizon come as standard, especially from the Sky Villa on the top floor.
Four Seasons Bangkok on the Chao Phraya River
Four Seasons Bangkok on the Chao Phraya River will offer an urban resort experience.
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The third quarter of 2019 is when the Four Seasons Bangkok Hotel on the Chao Phraya River is about to begin receiving visitors. The nine acre location will host an architecturally impressive property designed to be seamlessly integrated into the landscape.
With 299 keys – this is the rooms and suites to those who are not in the industry – the property is the same place as an urban resort experience.
This is partly due to a series of uniquely designed green courtyards that carry the space. Three restaurants will focus on Italian, French and Chinese cuisine, as well as a popular American club and bar.
Waldorf Astoria Maldives
Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi features an elevated tree-lined restaurant.
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The Maldives hosts some of the most amazing islands and beaches of the world.
Each has an overflow pool and stunning views of the ocean. Meanwhile, among the 10 dining venues, the Instagram-worthy award will definitely go to their upstairs restaurant.
Water sports and spa treatments are designed to complete your trip to paradise.
This opens in April. And unlike many Maldives resorts, you do not have to take a sea plane to get there. It is just 30 minutes from Male International Airport with a yacht.
Lelewatu Sumba Island Indonesia
Lelewatu Sumba will have 27 villas.
The Indonesian island of Sumba may not have the recognition of Bali or Loboc, but its relatively unknown status helps make it attractive to high-level travelers.
Just 27 villas occupy a space of 10 acres, each of which is made of authentic local materials, handicrafts and techniques. Views from the hillside houses overlooking a private lagoon and the Indian Ocean, making perfect sunsets.
Art Series Hotel Brisbane
Howard Smith Wharves of Brisbane has been partly built on a rock under a bridge.
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About $ 60 million was calculated for the hotel, which is partly built on a rock under the city's Story Bridge.
It has 166 rooms, four restaurants and a rooftop pool overlooking the Brisbane River below.
The horizon of Queensland's capital city can also be seen from the rooms of six stories, each of which celebrates contemporary Australian artists.
Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing, Beijing
Beijing's First Mandarin Oriental has 74 rooms.
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The acclaimed luxury hospitality Mandarin Oriental is about to open the first hotel in the Chinese capital earlier this year with the launch of Mandarin Oriental Wangfujing, Beijing.
The property occupies the last floors of WF Central's new development, giving it superb views of landmarks throughout the city, including the Forbidden City.
Only 74 spacious rooms and suites are stylishly decorated, while garden terraces are home to large homes for centuries. Dining options include Mandarin Grill + Bar and casual Asian plates at Café Zi.
St. Regis Hong Kong
St. Regis Hong Kong is located in the Wan Chai area of the city.
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The first name St. Regis, which starts in Hong Kong, is located in the city's brand new Wan Chai district.
Indoor designer André Fu, based in Hong Kong, created the interiors of the 129-room property due to its open mid-2019s.
One of the biggest draws of St. Regis will be his views on the famous Victoria Harbor and Kowloon Bay, but both Chinese and French restaurants, Rùn and L 'Envol respectively.
There is also a swimming pool, outdoor terrace and St. Peter's Square. Regis Bar serving their signature Bloody Mary, while the butler service reflects the traditions set by the first St. George Hotel. Regis opened in New York in 1904.
Rosewood Hong Kong
Rosewood Hong Kong will have some of the largest suites in town.
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Starting March 17, it has 322 rooms of 570 square feet in size, and 91 suites starting at 990 square feet, making them some of the largest in the city.
For those for whom the budget does not cause any worries, then the 10764 square meter port on the 57th floor should be beautiful, with a full pool, gym and gardens.
Eight bank concepts and a spa are designed to make property so popular with locals and visitors.
Hoshinoya Guguan, Taiwan
Hoshinoya Guguan is the first Japanese branded brand in Taiwan.
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The traditional ryokan inn has welcomed Japanese travelers for centuries, but Hoshinoya has made a name for himself, offering a contemporary reception in these delightful accommodation choices.
Japan's trademark is set to begin its first Taiwan property in Taiwan in the summer.
Visitors are driven first through a bamboo forest before arriving at a futuristic reception area and enjoying the cuisine, service and local touches that define a ryokan.
Chedi Mumbai, India
Chedi Mumbai overlooks Powal Lake town.
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An excellent range of dining options includes their all-day dinner called The Vegetarian, a Japanese restaurant by the renowned chef Michelin Hide Yamamoto and even a Swiss inspired Chesa.
The spa and wellness facilities help guests enjoy all kinds of excitement.
PuXuan Hotel and Spa, Beijing
Beijing PuXuan Hotel and Spa offers 24-hour check-in.
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A luxurious 116-room property that opens this month offers views across the Forbidden City, while its interior design brings a modern touch to the old hutong alleys used to exhaust the city.
Unique features include a guarantee that you can check-in at any time during your 24-hour stay while Chinese culture and crafts permeate ownership and reflect the local heritage. A free mini bar should also ensure that downtime is also spent.