I have had suits made in most Asian countries. By far the best has been right here in Taiwan. What you pay good money for in other areas, HK, PH, VN, etc, looks good. You will hear the drill, Come in take a look. So cheap. Then you fall victim to the bait and switch tactics so common all over Asia. What you thought you were going to get was a great suit made from great material at a great price. Only, the great price turns out to be for material that may, just may, look good on my neighbor’s dog. Green, pastel yellow, etc. I am reminded of the guy in “Good Morning VietNam”. You know, the Asian guy that is always looking for nude pictures of Walter Brennen. His suit was best described as “lime green”. Well, that’s what you get for the “great price”. Of course, you can move up a grade for extra money and settle for something only slightly less obnoxious. Then you can move up again to actual wool cloth (2nds) then again to something approaching what a human would wear. Of course, by then, you are paying Western prices. Here in Taiwan I have had great suits made with no BS for a reasonable price. Sure, buing here is more expensive than the lime green crap but so what. Most of the back water tailors here will treat you right, give you a reasonable price with reasonable cloth and you will walk away reasonably happy.
For those who have bought and are happy elsewhere, so be it. Next time you have the opportunity, have a tailor turn your suit inside out (the way it was made) and take a look at what’s inside. You may be in for a surprise - patched used cloth for filler, etc. Good luck