Google’s satellite hotel in Singapore is now ready to be used as a hotel, according to a tweet.
The hotel is being launched in the southern province of Johor Bahru as part of the company’s new project in Singapore, Google said in a tweet on Wednesday.
Google’s Singapore office is now officially open for business.
Google is launching the hotel, which is located at the Royal Palace, at the end of May.
The Google Singapore team plans to use it as a temporary hotel in the future, but it will not be open to the general public.
The Hotel will feature a modern, contemporary design, and features Google’s new “Google” logo and logo.
Google has also been using Google Singapore to host its “Google Mobile World Congress” event in Singapore.
The Singapore office was originally slated to open in September, but Google has now moved the event to June.
The company also announced a new program to support its business in Singapore: Google Play Singapore.
That program will be expanded to include Google Drive, its digital-only storage service, as well as Google Cloud Platform, its cloud-based virtualization platform.
The expansion comes at a time when Google’s business in the world’s second-largest economy is facing increasing competition from Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, which has recently expanded into the Singapore market.
Alibaba has been acquiring smaller rivals in the region to create a more global platform for commerce.
In January, Alibaba acquired Singapore-based Flipkart for $1.6 billion, and recently closed a $1 billion deal with the e-retailer that included the launch of Flipkarts Singapore branch.
In December, Google announced that it would acquire Singapore-headquartered Flipkards, which includes Singapore as one of its markets.