In the inventory of life’s most stressful events, moving home must rank right up near the top, right? Whether you’re moving within Hong Kong or relocating overseas, you’ll need to know the best relocation companies for the job. Choosing the right moving company to help shoulder the strain can truly make a difference.
Asian Tigers Group is a global relocation service that provides bespoke moving solutions and a comprehensive end-to-end service that’s dedicated to ensuring your transfer is smooth and stress-free – and that’s the case whether you’re moving within Asia, across continents, or just locally in Hong Kong.
A word from the team
More than 16,000 families relocate with us each year, building on the wealth of experience that Asian Tigers Group has to offer. We have offices in 14 territories, more than 1,400 dedicated professionals, and a global network of moving and relocation companies giving you unparalleled access to the top movers in the world. Asian Tigers is also a favourite of major corporations, with more than 400 of the Fortune Global 500 companies looking to us for their moving and relocation needs.
A word from customers
Asian Tigers moved my household from Hong Kong to the UK. They were extremely efficient, communication was always prompt and the packing team were friendly and highly proficient. To top it off, the quote provided was fair and the total price actually went down from what was quoted!
– Annie van der S.
Asian Tigers delivered not only our shipment, but our memories too. We were more than happy to receive everything in excellent condition. They were reasonably priced, professional, responsive and tidy – there was no damage at all! I would definitely recommend them.
– Alex C.
Moving can be demanding, and Asian Tigers really made things easier for us. We used them for our first local move which was a big job that involved a great deal of work. I can’t praise them enough; their crew was fast, professional and courteous. I’d have no hesitation in recommending them to anyone.
– Wendy N.
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This article first appeared in the City Guide 2021/22 issue of Expat Living magazine. Subscribe now so you never miss an issue.