Serviced Offices India
The seventh largest country in South East Asia with the second highest population; India has become a magnate for economic growth in the region, and has one of the fastest growing economies in any newly industrialised country. With four of the world’s religions originating within its shores, - Buddhism, Sikhism, Hinduism and Jainism - India’s culture is diverse, with its nation characterised by its multilingual and multi-ethnic society, who are largely vegetarian.
India’s advanced technology media and telecommunications (TMT) industry, prominently based in two key cities for office space in India – Bangalore, known as the silicon valley of India and Hyderabad, home to over 1,200 IT companies - helps bolster and drive the office sector within the country, which also faces challenges of poverty, and malnutrition in some areas. India’s fastest growing and most important sector is services, which accounts for more than 60% of the country’s GDP. There is continual investment in its TMT industry by its government, focused on targeting booming growth which is fuelling office space demand.
Entertainment and dining out
India’s rich and diverse culture plays host to a wealth of arts and entertainment in the country, which has been swayed by a fusion of native and foreign influences over thousands of years which has shaped the course of India’s arts and entertainment and consequently the rest of Asia. India’s array of diverse soil types, climate and occupations give rise to a wide range of cuisines found throughout its regions. Cuisines significantly vary within each region, with the use of locally sourced herbs, spices, meat, vegetables and fruits defining regional cuisine which is also greatly influenced by religious and cultural preferences.
India has a well-established transportation infrastructure spanning its regions, with modern, high-tech public transportation accessible in its major urbanised cities to hand-pulled rickshaw and horse and cart in the undeveloped areas of its sub-continent. Tram, bus, metro, monorail and auto rickshaw transportation facilities can be found in India’s major cities, with the likes of Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad providing effective and environmentally friendly transportation infrastructure.