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18 Things to visit in PNG as an expat

18 Things to visit in PNG as an expat

Papua is a potential tourism hub still at growing stages. PNG presents a wide range of places to visit and things to do. Port Moresby Nature Park is an idyllic zoological park and botanical garden. It hosts over 150 animals including reptiles and kangaroos, native plants and 11,000 orchids. The challenging 96km Kokoda Track is […]

PNG Government willing to support investors in tourism development projects

PNG Government willing to support investors in tourism development projects

The tourism sector is a significant economic pillar for Papua New Guinea. Prime Minister Peter O’ Neil said that his administration is keen on developing the tourism industry. Significant investment steps have already been undertaken by the PNG government to develop the tourism industry. Prime Minister O’ Neil recently commented that there was a need […]

Papua New Guinea: Land reforms verses customary owned land

Papua New Guinea: Land reforms verses customary owned land

Land in Papua New Guinea has skyrocketed to higher prices than their equivalent value in Manhattan. The remaining 3 percent of the area is unaffordable to many with the rest 97 percent land being held under customary ownership. Papua’s land laws placed most of the land under customary titles just after attaining independence in 1975. […]

Living as an expat in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Living as an expat in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Do you know that Papua New Guinea (PNG) has approximately 20,000 expats? These expats are involved in various sectors including mining, tourism, aviation and other vital industries. PNG is subdivided into four regions and 19 provinces. The regions are New Guinea Islands, Mainland, Highland, and Southern. Jorge de Menezes, believed to be the first European […]

Port Moresby: a power house in the hospitality industry

Port Moresby: a power house in the hospitality industry

Port Moresby still remains viable in the hospitality industry with prospects of further expansion by investors. This port and capital of Papua New Guinea so far has proved to be a hub for capital investment now well over K4.5 billion in hotel expansion.  However the real challenges remain in the stiff competition that lies ahead […]

Modernisation of Port Moresby

Modernisation of Port Moresby

A novel Port Moresby is on the horizon with the construction of additional land mark buildings which will include commercial, residential and hospitality infrastructure, all this expected to be rolled out in readiness for the APEC Summit in 2018.  Steady progress is being recorded at different stages of development as outlined below: a) APEC House […]

Papua New Guinea : Projection of Real Estate sector 2018 to 2019

Papua New Guinea : Projection of Real Estate sector 2018 to 2019

The real estate sector is slowly gaining momentum in Papua New Guinea where the demand for housing is becoming unsustainable. This current situation has resulted in the sky rocketing of rentals in real estate business, making it one of the viable sectors of the economy.  This situation was mainly caused by the slow implementation of […]