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sustainable properties
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of enduring value
HIGHLIGHTS 04 Strengthening Myanmar presence 15 Platform for exchange 20 HOMES IN THE SEA
Keppel Land celebrated the opening of Sedona Hotel Yangon’s Inya Wing in a grand celebration with about 300 distinguished
guests. Gracing the event was Guest-of-Honour H.E. U Ohn Maung, Union Minister, Ministry of Hotels and Tourism (third from left)
and Mr Koh Chee Chian, Singapore’s Deputy Chief of Mission and Counsellor to Myanmar (extreme right), accompanied by senior
management from Keppel Corporation and Keppel Land, including Dr Lee Boon Yang, Chairman of Keppel Corporation (third from
right), Mr Loh Chin Hua, CEO of Keppel Corporation and Chairman of Keppel Land (second from left), Mr Ang Wee Gee, CEO of
Keppel Land (second from right) and Mr Ng Ooi Hooi, President (Regional Investments), Keppel Land (extreme left)
Sustaining Growth
Empowering Lives
04 Strengthening Myanmar presence
15 Platform for exchange
06 A decade of success
18 Rising to the challenge
08 Engaging the REIT investing community
19 Kids at work
Progressing safely
09 Game-changing insights
10 Farm in the city
Nurturing Communities
20 Homes in the sea
In Focus
22 Inculcating a green mindset
11 Focused on sustainability
Learning journey
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Strengthening Myanmar presence
Keppel Land’s commercial and hospitality projects in Yangon, Myanmar, are progressing
on track. The Company opened its new Inya Wing at Sedona Hotel Yangon on 18 May 2016
and topped off Junction City Tower the following day.
Junction City Tower (pictured),
part of the highly anticipated
mixed-use integrated development
of Junction City in downtown
Yangon, will meet the rising needs of
international businesses in Myanmar
Keppel Land is well-positioned
to meet the rising needs of
international businesses and tourism
in Myanmar, with the opening of
Sedona Hotel Yangon’s Inya Wing
and the topping off of
Junction City Tower.
The Company holds a 40% stake in
Junction City Tower, a Grade A office
building in Yangon’s CBD. The building
is developed in partnership with Shwe
Taung Group, one of Myanmar’s
leading construction groups.
When completed in 2017,
Junction City Tower will offer a
net lettable area of about 34,000 sm
of prime office space.
Mr Ang Wee Gee, CEO of
Keppel Land, said, “Keppel Land
will build on its strong track record
and relationships established over
the past twenty years in Myanmar.
We remain committed to
contributing to the growth of
Myanmar, and are confident that
our developments will meet the
growing needs of the local and
international business communities.
“Junction City Tower, developed in
conjunction with Shwe Taung Group,
will fill the gap for Grade A office space
in Yangon’s CBD, while Inya Wing,
our new expansion at Sedona Hotel
Yangon, will cater to discerning
business and leisure travellers.”
Keppel Land first entered Myanmar
in 1993 when it broke ground for
Sedona Hotel Yangon, introducing its
brand of signature Asian hospitality.
Today, the Company has three
developments in Myanmar,
including Sedona Hotel Mandalay.
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On stage for the topping off ceremony of
Junction City Tower were (from left to right)
Ms Sandar Htun, MD of Shwe Taung Property
Management; Mr Ang Wee Gee, CEO of
Keppel Land; Mr Aung Zaw Naing, CEO of
Shwe Taung Group; Dr Lee Boon Yang, Chairman
of Keppel Corporation; Mr Aik Htun, Chairman
of Shwe Taung Group; Mr Loh Chin Hua,
CEO of Keppel Corporation and
Chairman of Keppel Land; Mr Aung Than,
Deputy CEO of Shwe Taung Group;
and Mr Ng Ooi Hooi, President (Regional
Investments) of Keppel Land
Keppel Land has expanded
Sedona Hotel Yangon with
a new 29-storey Inya Wing,
strengthening its position
as the choice accommodation
for business and leisure
travellers. Guest-of-Honour
H.E. U Ohn Maung, Union Minister,
Ministry of Hotels and Tourism,
Myanmar, graced the opening
ceremony, accompanied by
senior management from
Keppel Corporation and
Keppel Land, as well as
some 300 guests.
Mr Ng Ooi Hooi, President
(Regional Investments) of
Keppel Land, said, “2016 marks
Sedona Hotel Yangon’s 20th
anniversary since its opening in
1996. The new Inya Wing, with its
431 spacious and well-appointed
rooms, will bring the total room
inventory at Sedona Hotel Yangon
to about 800.”
Designed by a team of
consultants from Singapore,
including award-winning firm
Forum Architects, Inya Wing is
At the official opening of Sedona Hotel Yangon’s new Inya Wing were (from left to right)
Mr Goh York Lin, President (Myanmar) of Keppel Land; Mr Ang Wee Gee, CEO of Keppel Land;
Dr Lee Boon Yang, Chairman of Keppel Corporation; H.E. U Ohn Maung, Union Minister,
Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, Myanmar; and Mr Loh Chin Hua, CEO of Keppel Corporation
and Chairman of Keppel Land
linked to the existing hotel block
via a new connector that features
a high-end retail gallery and an
elevated podium.
The Inya Wing has won a slew
of awards recently, including
Best of the Best - Best Commercial
Development (Myanmar),
Best Hotel Development,
Best Hotel Interior Design and
Best Hotel Architectural Design
at the Myanmar Property Awards
on 30 June 2016.
It also clinched the ‘Highly Commended’
Award for New Hotel Construction
and Design (Myanmar) at the Asia
Pacific Property Awards 2016-2017
for the new Inya Wing earlier this year
in April.
At the World Travel Awards in 2014
and 2013, Sedona Hotel Yangon
was conferred Myanmar’s Leading
Hotel Suite 2014 and Myanmar’s
Leading Hotel 2013, while
Sedona Hotel Mandalay won
Myanmar’s Leading Resort 2013.
Sustaining Growth
A decade of success
It was an evening to remember as
over 200 friends, business partners
and associates, together with directors
and senior management of Keppel,
celebrated Keppel REIT’s
10th anniversary on 17 May 2016
at Capitol Theatre.
Dr Audrey Chin, Chairman of
Keppel REIT Management, thanked
guests for partnerships forged which
have been integral to Keppel REIT’s
success. She also acknowledged the
important roles played by past leaders
and thanked the Board and staff for
their support and dedication towards
growing Keppel REIT.
Since its listing as K-REIT Asia in
April 2006, Keppel REIT’s growth
journey has been marked by
a myriad of transformations,
yet through it all, its focus has not
wavered as it strives to continuously
capture value and deliver sustainable
returns to Unitholders.
Keppel REIT began with four
initial properties in Singapore that
became the foundation from which
the REIT would expand and grow.
Assets under management expanded
from over $600 million in 2006 to
more than $8 billion to-date.
Today, Keppel REIT is one of Asia’s
leading REITs with a young portfolio
of best-in-class office assets in
Singapore and Australia.
The Manager’s proactive strategy to
optimise and upgrade Keppel REIT’s
portfolio through the years has
yielded results. Its total net lettable
area has more than quadrupled
from only 800,000 sf of office
space in 2006 to approximately
3.3 million sf of premium Grade A
office space today.
Top, Keppel REIT Management’s Board of Directors (first row, from left) Mr Lee Chiang Huat, Ms Ng Hsueh
Ling, Dr Audrey Chin, Mr Tan Chin Hwee, Mr Daniel Chan, (second row, from left), Prof Tan Cheng Han,
Mr Lim Kei Hin, Mr Ang Wee Gee and Mr Lor Bak Liang toasting to strong partnerships at Keppel REIT’s 10th
anniversary dinner celebrations at Capitol Theatre
Above, (seated, from left) Ms Ng Hsueh Ling, CEO of Keppel REIT Management; Ms Elaine Lam, Head of
Global Corporate Banking at OCBC Bank; Ms Jeanette Wong, Head of Investment Banking Group at DBS
Bank; Dr Audrey Chin, Chairman of Keppel REIT Management; (standing, from left) Mr Paul Tan, Group
Controller of Keppel Corporation; Mr Tan Ket Kiong, Executive Director of UOB Bank; Mr Amos Tan,
Managing Director of DBS Bank; Mr Guy Harvey-Samuel, CEO of HSBC Bank Singapore; Mr Eric Ang,
Managing Director of DBS Bank, Mr Samuel Tsien, Group CEO of OCBC Bank; Mr Frederick Chin,
Managing Director of UOB Bank , Mr David Green, CEO of ANZ Singapore
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1. (Seated, from left) Mrs Valerie Teo, wife of the late Mr Teo Soon Hoe; Dr Audrey Chin; Ms Ng Hsueh Ling; Mrs Penny Chan and (standing, from left) Mr Daniel Chan,
Board member of Keppel REIT Management; Mr Loh Chin Hua, CEO of Keppel Corporation and Chairman of Keppel Land; Prof Tan Cheng Han, Board member of
Keppel REIT Management; Mr Choo Chiau Beng, former CEO of Keppel Corporation; and Mr Lim Kei Hin, CFO of Keppel Land and Board member of Keppel REIT
Management 2.Dr Lee Boon Yang (left), Chairman of Keppel Corporation, with Dr Audrey Chin (right) 3. (From left) Dr Audrey Chin; Mr Piyush Gupta, CEO of
DBS Group; and Ms Ng Hsueh Ling; 4. Celebrating a decade of partnerships with (seated, from left) Ms Lee Suet Fern, Managing Partner of Morgan Lewis
Stamford; Dr Audrey Chin; Ms Ng Hsueh Ling; (standing, from left) Mr Augustine Tan, ED of Property Sales at Far East Organization; Mr Tan Tiong Cheng,
Executive Chairman of Knight Frank Singapore; Mr Philip Lee, Vice Chairman South East Asia and Chief Country Officer at Deutsche Bank Singapore;
Mr Eric Teng, CEO Of Heeton Holdings; Mr Serguei Edrenkine, General Director of Gazprom Singapore; Mr Chua Taik Him, Deputy CEO of IE Singapore;
Mr Lachlan Halstead, Chief Operating Officer of ANZ; and Mr Toh Wah San, Executive Vice President of Asset Management at Keppel REIT Management
5. Mr Loh Chin Hua (right), with Mr Davinder Singh, CEO of Drew & Napier 6. Renewing ties were (from right) Prof Tsui Kai Chong, former Chairman of
Keppel REIT Management, Mr Lim Poh Chuan, former Board member of Keppel REIT Management and Mr Lim Tow Fok, General Manager of
Property Management at Keppel Land
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Engaging the
REIT investing
Following a successful run last year,
the REITs Symposium 2016 returned
on a bigger scale this year, which
saw 22 Real Estate Investment Trusts
(REITs) participating in the event at
the Suntec Singapore Convention and
Exhibition Centre on 4 June 2016.
Jointly organised by Share Investor
and the REIT Association of
Singapore, the REITs Symposium
aims to help investors increase their
financial knowledge to achieve a
sustainable income stream through
investments in REITs.
At the symposium, Mr Toh Wah San,
Executive VP of Asset Management,
Attendees of the
REITs Symposium 2016 learnt
about Keppel REIT's strategies
to generate stable returns
for Unitholders
Keppel REIT Management, gave a
presentation on Keppel REIT.
Existing and potential unitholders
also visited Keppel REIT’s booth to
learn more about the Manager and its
business operations.
The event also saw approximately 1,200
investors learn about the performances
of Singapore REITs in 2016, the current
investing environment, as well as the
outlook for the REIT sector.
Separately, on 12 June 2016,
Ms Ng Hsueh Ling, CEO of
Keppel REIT Management, spoke at
a panel discussion at the AustraliaASEAN Council Building Leadership
Capacity of Women in Sport
conference. During the inaugural
conference organised by Gymnastics
Australia, Ms Ng shared about the
role that women play in corporate
governance, and Keppel’s efforts to
promote gender equality on its staff
team and boards.
At Keppel, safety is not only a
top priority, but a core value.
The Company has measures in
place to ensure that all its projects
in Singapore and overseas are
constructed in a safe manner.
In Vietnam, Keppel Land marked four
million man-hours without lost time
incidents for the development of
Saigon Centre Phase 2 in Ho Chi Minh
City, Vietnam, on 5 May 2016.
Mr Linson Lim, President (Vietnam) of
Keppel Land, thanked the 1,400 staff
and workers present for their hard
work, dedication and perseverance
in ensuring safe operations onsite
since construction for the mixed-use
development began in 2014.
Grade A office space, seven
storeys and 47,000 sm of
retail space as well as about
200 luxury serviced apartments
when completed in end-2017.
The 42-storey Saigon Centre Phase 2
will comprise 44,000 sm of premium
The Phase 2 retail mall will
open in July 2016.
Mr Linson Lim (left), President (Vietnam) of
Keppel Land, thanking staff and workers
for making safety their top priority on the
development of Saigon Centre Phase 2
Sustaining Growth 09
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Game-changing insights
Ever wanted images of Earth via your
very own micro-satellite? Japanese
scientists have now made this possible
with the launch of Hodoyoshi 3,
a powerful micro-satellite capable
of taking daily images with a ground
resolution of 6.7 metres and take
imagery of more than half of the planet.
It can collect important data such as
economic activity in any area,
oil levels at a refinery, and even perform
surveillance of pipelines and remote
facilities, as well as project estimations
on crop bearing, just to name a few.
Interestingly, Hodoyoshi means
‘reasonable, reliable, just good enough’
and costs US$5 million per satellite.
(From left to right) Ms Christina Tan, MD of Alpha Investment Partners and CEO of Keppel Capital; Mr Loh
Chin Hua, CEO of Keppel Corporation and Chairman of Keppel Land; Dr Lee Boon Yang, Chairman of
Keppel Corporation; Mr Choi Chi Hoon, CEO of Samsung C&T; Mr Chae Yoon-byung, Chairman,
Alpha Investment Partners Korea; Mr Kim Kyung Jun, Executive VP of Samsung C&T
This was amongst the technologies
viewed by Dr Lee Boon Yang, Chairman
of Keppel Corporation and Mr Loh
Chin Hua, CEO of Keppel Corporation
and Chairman of Keppel Land, during
their recent trips to Seoul and Tokyo
hosted by the respective offices of
Alpha Investment Partners (Alpha).
In Tokyo, the senior management
team met Dr Woo-Keun Yoon,
the founder of LifeRobotics. Dr Woo
created Coro, a co-working robot
created for small manufacturing
spaces to generate higher productivity
and augment automation processes
in manufacturing.
Over in Korea, Dr Lee and Mr Loh
met up with the local team as well
as visited some of the commercial
developments in Alpha’s portfolio.
At Seoul Square, they visited
CHA Fertility Centre, a renowned
fertility clinic behind the world’s
first successful in-vitro maturation of
immature eggs and the world’s first
human egg bank.
Alpha also organised a visit to
Samsung C&T for senior management,
where they were briefed on
innovations created for Samsung
Smart Homes which offer security,
privacy as well as ‘telehealth’
Dr Lee Boon Yang (centre), Mr Loh Chin Hua (fourth from left) and Ms Christina Tan (fourth from right)
met up with the team from Alpha Tokyo – Ms Maki Shimizu, Executive Secretary of Alpha Tokyo (extreme
left), Mr Naoto Motokawa, Vice President of Alpha Tokyo (second from left), Mr Asao Mikami, President
and CEO of Alpha Tokyo (third from left), Ms Mami Ogawa, Senior Vice President of Alpha Tokyo (third
from right), Mr Tsutomu Nakata, Senior Vice President of Alpha Tokyo (second from right) and
Ms Satoko Homma, Assistant Vice President of Alpha Tokyo
technology. In particular, the data
collected through the Samsung
platforms enables your doctor to
analyse your health and even offers
tips on exercise, sleep and food
From artificial intelligence,
3D printing, nanotechnology,
quantum computing, drones to
virtual assistants, the fourth industrial
revolution is set to change the way
we live, work and play.
Residents of Keppel Land’s residential
property, The Luxurie, were invited for
a pilot programme in December last
year for smart healthcare and home
solutions, which feature Samsung’s
technological innovations.
These game-changing trends
and technologies were also
emphasised by Mr Loh at the
Disruption and Innovation session
to challenge Keppelites to
continually re-examine business
models, culture, talent management
and organisational forms to
stay ahead of the curve.
The visits provided keen insights to the
rapidly transforming world we live in.
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Farm in the city
Bugis Junction Towers is home to
Keppel Land’s headquarters and,
in recent months, is also home to
a lush urban farm measuring some
450 square feet. Cultivated by
Keppel Land’s Property Management
team, the urban farm flourishes with
fresh produce including fragrant
Thai basil, watermelons, brinjals,
and papayas, amongst others.
Even at its current size, the farm,
located atop the podium roof on level
four is one of the first to be cultivated
in a commercial building in Singapore.
Sprawling farms are uncommon in the
small city state; however, a growing
number of small gardens are sprouting
across the nation, bearing succulent
produce in surprising spaces.
Commonly known as urban farms,
many of these gardens can be found
on the rooftops of office buildings,
or in dedicated plots in private and
public housing estates measuring a
modest few hundred square feet.
Over the past three years, more than
80 of such farms have mushroomed
across Singapore, where fruits,
herbs and vegetables that
are suited for Singapore’s tropical
climate thrive.
When asked how the innovative
idea of an urban farm came about,
Mr Alan Ng, Assistant GM,
Property Management, Keppel Land,
said: “Previously, we realised that
hardly anyone frequents the rooftop
garden. We then brainstormed for
a strategy to attract more people
and at the same time, to transform
the otherwise underutilised area
into a space for sustainable
urban agriculture.”
With this in mind, Mr Ng and
Mr Francis Alvin Lok, Horticultural
Manager, Property Management,
Keppel Land, set out to create a
communal farm that would yield a
delicious weekly harvest. The team
started this project in November 2014.
for a token monthly fee by the end of
the year.
For some food and beverage
operators, urban farms contribute
fresh, local produce to the day’s menu.
On top of this, having co-workers work
together to cultivate herbs, vegetables
and fruits fosters stronger team spirit.
Some urban farmers also give back to
society by distributing extra portions
of the produce to less privileged
members of the community.
Residents of Keppel Land’s latest
residential project in Tiong Bahru,
Highline Residences, will also have
access to a communal urban farm on
top of the residence’s tower block
where they can hone their green
fingers to cultivate their very own fruits
and vegetables. The development
is expected to be completed by
2018 and comprises seven blocks of
residential units ranging from four to
36 storeys tall.
With the initial success of its urban
farm, Keppel Land’s Property
Management team intends to lease
out the plot to tenants of the building
The innovative efforts of
Keppel Land’s property
management team have
resulted in a flourishing
rooftop urban farm atop
Bugis Junction Towers
bearing fresh, succulent
produce such as papayas,
watermelons and
In Focus
Focused on
As a leading
green developer,
Keppel Land embraces
sustainability not
only as a guiding
principle, but on
strategic and
operational levels.
The Company published its eighth
Sustainability Report in June 2016
to communicate its priorities, targets
and performance reviews in the
environmental, social and
governance (ESG) aspects of its
business operations.
In operating in an economically,
socially and environmentally
responsible manner, Keppel Land aims
to achieve positive and sustainable
outcomes for its businesses,
the environment and the community
at large.
Addressing stakeholders, CEO of
Keppel Land, Mr Ang Wee Gee, said,
“As a leading green developer,
Keppel Land keeps itself at the
forefront of best practices in
sustainability. We continue to
actively engage our stakeholders,
including our tenants, homebuyers,
employees and the wider public in our
sustainability journey.”
Keppel Land’s Sustainability Report
was prepared in accordance with the
Global Reporting Initiative’s (GRI)
Sustainability Reporting Guidelines
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» Continued from page 11
Return-on-equity is one of the
highest among Asia’s leading
property developers at
Revenue rose by
6.8% year-on-year to
Increased employee
participation with
5,095 hours
of community outreach
activities in Singapore
and overseas
Total assets grew from
$14.6 billion to
per annum over 10 years,
from 2006 to 2015
Moved up to
4th position
in Corporate Knights’
Global 100 Most Sustainable
Corporations 2015, up from 17th position
Total energy savings of
$14.9b $30m
to-date at Keppel Land’s
Safety Awareness Centres
in Vietnam and Malaysia
or 140m kWh per annum
from 61 BCA Green Mark
certified developments
61 BCA Green
Mark Awards
to-date for properties
in Singapore
and overseas
G4 requirements at the Comprehensive
option, and was externally assured by
independent third-party consultants
to give stakeholders confidence in the
accuracy, reliability and completeness
of its contents.
The systems and processes that
support Keppel Land’s sustainability
framework was reviewed in adherence
to the AA1000 AccountAbility
Principles of Inclusivity, Materiality and
Responsiveness and Completeness, as
well as GRI G4 guidelines.
Recognising that sustainability is an
ongoing journey, Keppel Land aligns
itself with internationally-recognised
standards, including the International
Organisation for Standardisation
(ISO) standards, such as ISO 9001 on
quality management, ISO 14001 on
environmental management, OHSAS
18001 on occupational health and
safety management, as well as ISO
26000 guidance on social responsibility
and the United Nations Global
Keppel Land participates in the Carbon
Disclosure Project and discloses and
shares vital environmental information
on a voluntary basis.
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In 2015, Keppel Land was ranked
fourth in Corporate Knights’ Global
100 Most Sustainable Corporations
in the World, topping Asian as well as
real estate companies worldwide.
Other accolades earned
in 2015 include Top Honours
(Large Organisations) at the
Singapore Apex Corporate Social
Responsibility Awards.
Keppel REIT topped the Global Real
Estate Sustainability Benchmark
(GRESB) 2015, ranking first in Asia
across all diversified entities and
sectors, first in Asia among listed
real estate companies, as well as first
among entities listed in the Asia Pacific
Real Estate Composite Indices. It is
the first REIT in Asia to maintain its
top ranking as the Regional Leader
for Office Sector in Asia for two
consecutive years and is also among
the top three for the office sector as
well as across all diversified entities
and sectors globally.
Keppel REIT, together with
Keppel Corporation, is among
24 constituents of the Singapore
Exchange's (SGX) new flagship
SGX Sustainability Leaders Index,
a free-float market capitalisationweighted index that measures
the performance of best-in-class
sustainability leaders listed
in Singapore.
The Index comprises SGX-listed
companies that are frontrunners
in ESG standards when compared
to their peers – companies
included in this benchmark
meet minimum sustainability
reporting requirements and
are ranked above the 50th and
25th percentile in their AsiaPacific peer group and global
peer group respectively, based
on assessments performed
by Sustainalytics, SGX’s ESG
research partner.
SGX announced the launch of
its suite of Sustainability Indices
on 30 May 2016. In addition to
the flagship SGX Sustainability
Leaders Index, the suite
includes the SGX Sustainability
Leaders Enhanced Index, SGX
Sustainability Index and SGX
Sustainability Enhanced Index.
Keppel Corporation is listed
among the top 10 constituents of
all four indices.
Mr Loh Boon Chye, CEO of
SGX, said, “Investors across the
globe are placing increasing
importance on ESG, resulting in
significant growth of assets under
management allocated to ESG
strategies and growing demand
for transparent benchmarking
tools. SGX Sustainability Indices
provide a transparent avenue
through which investors can
assess the sustainability practices
of SGX-listed companies and
identify ESG leaders in Singapore.
They will also help to further
profile SGX-listed companies with
strong relevant credentials among
a growing pool of ESG-aware
international investors.”
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Through its unwavering focus on sustaining growth in its businesses, empowering lives of its
people and nurturing communities wherever it operates, Keppel Land continues to shape the
best for future generations
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The Keppel Land Group swept a total of 11 BCA
Awards, including the coveted BCA Quality
Champion (Gold) Award for developers
» Continued from page 13
As a responsible green developer,
Keppel Land is committed to
the highest standards of
environmental protection and strives to
continually improve its environmental
performance. In doing so, the Company
ensures that its developments are
built to internationally-recognised
environmental standards.
The efforts of the Keppel Land Group
were recognised at the recent
BCA Awards 2016, with the Group
being awarded an impressive
11 accolades, including the coveted
BCA Quality Champion (Gold) Award
for developers, the BCA Universal
Design Mark (Gold) Award for its
residential development, The Luxurie,
as well as BCA Green Mark for
Office Interior Platinum rating for
Keppel Land’s corporate office at
Bugis Junction Towers.
Three of Keppel Land China’s
properties were also conferred the
BCA Green Mark Gold Award −
Serenity Cove (Phase 3) in Tianjin,
Hill Crest Villa (Phase 1-1) in Chengdu
as well as Waterfront Residence (Phase 1)
in Nantong.
Keppel REIT won the BCA Green Mark
for Office Interior GoldPLUS rating
(Seated, from left) CEO of BCA, Dr John Keung and CEO of Keppel Land, Mr Ang Wee Gee,
inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 24 June 2016 in the presence of Senior Minister
of State for Home Affairs and National Development, Mr Desmond Lee (standing, centre).
The MOU sees BCA and Keppel Land embark on a three-year campaign to facilitate the collaboration
between schools and corporations for projects promoting sustainability in the built environment
for the management offices of
Ocean Financial Centre as well as
Bugis Junction Towers.
Ocean Financial Centre was also
re-certified as a BCA Green Mark
Platinum development, and also
received the coveted BCA Green
Mark Pearl Award, while Marina
Bay Financial Centre Tower 3 was
also awarded the BCA Green Mark
Platinum Award.
Keppel Land has entered into
a partnership with BCA to
embark on a three-year campaign
to facilitate the collaboration
between schools and corporate
organisations for projects which
promote sustainability in the
built environment.
The BCA-Keppel Land Partnership
was inked at the launch of
Build-it-Green (BiG) Day Out 2016,
a three-day public outreach event
aimed to raise awareness and
interest on green buildings and
sustainable living habits among
families with children.
Mr Ang Wee Gee, CEO of Keppel Land,
said, “Keppel Land believes in
actively engaging our stakeholders
in our sustainability journey.
We are delighted to partner BCA
to engage educational institutions
and corporate organisations to
promote greater awareness of
the importance of a green built
environment. With the adoption
of thoughtful innovations and
green building technologies,
we strive to build a more sustainable
future for generations to come.”
Empowering Lives
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Platform for exchange
With people as the cornerstone of its business, Keppel Land is committed to nurturing
a diverse, competent and dedicated talent pool that will drive further growth and
create value for the Company. In the months of April and May, the Company held its
Annual Staff Conferences (ASC) in Singapore and Shanghai, China, creating valuable
platformS for strategic collaborations and exchange of best practices.
About 600 employees from
Keppel Land’s Singapore and
overseas business units gathered at
Suntec Convention Centre from
24 to 27 May 2016 for the Company’s
Annual Staff Conference (ASC).
Themed ‘Forging Ahead as One’,
the Conference is a key yearly platform
for Keppelites to network and learn
from one another’s experiences.
In his opening address, CEO of
Keppel Corporation and Chairman
of Keppel Land, Mr Loh Chin Hua,
reiterated the need for Keppelites
across the Group to collaborate and
“hunt as a pack”, harnessing the
strengths of each business unit for
the Group to remain strong.
He also highlighted the importance of
agility and innovation, key core values
for the Keppel Group.
Mr Loh said, “We need to stay nimble
and always be ready to innovate,
especially during these challenging
times. With the Keppel Group’s
presence in 30 countries, we should
leverage our international network and
courageously explore new ventures in
untapped markets.”
In his address to Keppelites,
Mr Ang Wee Gee, CEO of
Keppel Land, shared Keppel Land’s
growth strategies and commended
staff on the Company’s creditable
performance over the past year.
Sharing that Keppel Land’s strategy
of expanding to key overseas markets
has served the Company well, Mr Ang
said that the Company will continue
to sharpen its focus, not just on key
countries but in cities as well, such as
its five focus cities of Shanghai,
Beijing, Chengdu, Tianjin and Wuxi in
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Keppel Land’s Annual Staff Conference provides a valuable platform for the Company’s Singapore and overseas staff to network and share experiences
Empowering Lives
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China, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam
and Greater Jakarta in Indonesia.
He emphasised that Keppel Land
is ready to invest strategically in new
markets and that the Company has
also sharpened its focus on a number
of key products, including lifestyle
residential developments, Grade A
commercial developments, townships,
retail and mixed-use developments.
New initiatives such as smart homes,
co-working spaces and management
of overseas office developments, he
shared, were some of the projects the
Company is embarking on.
During the opening session, staff
were also provided updates on the
Company’s performance in its various
markets and had the opportunity to
pose questions to senior management
on a range of matters from market
outlook to strategies as well as
employees’ career progression during
the robust panel discussion.
ISSUE 3 | 2016
Over the course of the following four
days, Keppel Land staff also participated
in a series of workshops and training
programmes in topics ranging from
sustainability and marketing to finance
and property management.
On top of the intensive training,
Keppelites also made time to organise
an outing to Gardens by the Bay for
the beneficiaries of Lions Befrienders, a
welfare organisation that works with the
elderly in the community.
In his speech, Mr Ang added that
despite 2015 being a challenging year,
Keppel Land still performed creditably.
Moving forward, the company will
tap on its competencies in building
high quality homes, offices and
retail malls to ride the wave of
China’s rapid urbanisation.
Employees also engaged in a robust
discussion with Mr Ang and senior
management from Keppel Land China,
during a Question and Answer segment.
An important annual event in the
corporate calendar, Keppel Land China's
ASC was held from 26 to 30 April 2016
in Shanghai, China, to facilitate
collaborations and a sharing of ideas
amongst employees from across
the country.
Besides providing an avenue for
Keppelites to learn more about the
Company’s achievements, strategies
and initiatives, the ASC also allows
Keppelites to share their experiences,
and recognises teams and individuals
for their exemplary achievements over
the past year.
“We remain confident of the medium
term outlook of the real estate market in
China, as the underlying fundamentals
are still strong,” shared Mr Ang, as he
kickstarted Keppel Land China’s ASC.
At this year’s ASC, nine individuals
were named Core Value Exemplars
for being role models in integrating
Keppel’s core values in their daily lives
and work.
Committed to contribute to
the community, Keppel Land
staff took seniors under the
Lion Befrienders programme
on an outing to Gardens
by the Bay, as part of the
Annual Staff Conference
Empowering Lives
ISSUE 3 | 2016
Every year, a highlight of the
ASC is the Work of a Winner (WoW!)
competition, which showcases the
innovative spirit and projects from
across the Keppel Land Group.
During the competition, teams
formed by various business functions
showcased projects with out-of-the-box
solutions that were implanted during
the course of the year.
Of the eight teams that participated
this year, the team behind “Challenges
in Building Sedona Hotel Yangon’s
Inya Wing” by Keppel Land’s Regional
Investments team walked away with the
Gold award.
Keppel Land China also held a separate
WoW! Competition during their staff
conference in May, where project teams
from Shanghai and Keppel Land China's
headquarters were recognised for their
innovative solutions.
Held in conjunction with both
staff conferences were the safety
conventions for Keppel Land and
Keppel Land China, during which
project teams were recognised
for their contributions to
workplace safety.
Senior management from Keppel Land China
(from right) Ms Tan Boon Ping, CFO of
Keppel Land China, Mr Ben Lee, President of
Keppel Land China, Mr Ang Wee Gee, CEO of
Keppel Land and Mr Vincent See, GM of
Human Resources, Keppel Land China,
answered questions from the floor at
Keppel Land China’s Annual Staff Conference
Keppel Land’s annual Dinner &
Dance saw management and
staff bonding over an evening
of dinner, drinks and dancing.
Held at Mandarin Orchard
Hotel, the event, themed
‘Magical Masquerade Ball’,
saw staff dressing up as their
favourite masked characters,
ranging from bandits to
Victorian royalty.
During the dinner,
awards were presented to
long-serving Keppelites
in recognition of their
contributions. Novelty awards,
such as Best Dressed,
were also given out.
Staff and management of
Keppel Land had a ball of
a time at the Company’s
annual Dinner & Dance,
themed “Magical
Masquerade Ball”
Empowering Lives
ISSUE 3 | 2016
Rising to the challenge
Serene (centre), Senior Manager,
Regional Investments at Keppel Land,
encourages fellow Keppelites to rise to the
challenge and accept overseas postings
when opportunities arise
modernised within the two years
I have been here.”
During weekends, Serene enjoys
spending time with the new friends
she has made and exploring
downtown Yangon, which has the
largest collection of colonial-era
buildings in Asia.
She mused, “I have grown
tremendously since starting this stint.
Things run very differently here and
if you expect everything to be as
straightforward as what we are used to
in Singapore, prepare to be surprised.
When the opportunity arose for her
to venture out to Keppel Land’s
regional markets beyond its
headquarters in Singapore,
Serene Phua, Senior Manager,
Regional Investments, Keppel Land,
gamely accepted the challenge.
It was an unexpected turn of events to
those familiar with Serene – accepting
an overseas posting was certainly out
of character for her. Reflecting on her
decision, Serene shared candidly,
“To be honest, I am not a very
adventurous person. Even when
choosing vacation destinations, I prefer
to visit modern and developed countries
which I am familiar with. However,
on hindsight, I’m glad I rose to the
challenge, as it has exposed to me many
new opportunities.”
In January 2014, Serene was posted
to Yangon, Myanmar, to help manage
Keppel Land’s investments in the
country, as well as to explore
new opportunities.
For Serene, transiting to a slower pace
of life in Yangon took some getting
used to. While Singaporeans are
spoilt for choice with a wide range of
entertainment options, the Myanmar
people generally spend their leisure
time playing a traditional game of
chinlone with neighbours, spending
time with friends and family at parks or
visiting the pagodas.
“Many visitors have commented that
Yangon reminds them of Singapore in
the days past, with only a handful of
high-rise buildings and streets filled
with betel nut stains. However,
as the city steadily develops,
more skyscrapers are added to the
city’s skyline and it is interesting to
witness firsthand how the city has
“Over time, I’ve gotten used to a
different way of life here. The Burmese
are also very hospitable and that has
really eased me into my stay here.
I also find my work here highly satisfying.”
Serene’s most recent project is
Keppel Land’s acquisition of 40%
stake in Junction City Tower, the office
component of the highly anticipated
mixed-use development in downtown
Yangon. Junction City Tower was
recently topped off in May this year
and will be ready to welcome tenants
in early 2017.
Despite the initial challenges, Serene
encourages fellow Keppelites to step
out of their comfort zone to accept an
overseas posting if they are presented
with the opportunity.
“Many will echo me in agreeing
that working and living abroad not
only expands your horizons but also
builds strength and resilience in you
– traits that are valuable in both your
professional and personal life.”
Empowering Lives
ISSUE 3 | 2016
Kids at work
As an employer of choice, Keppel Land
recognises that work-life balance is
imperative in developing a motivated
and dedicated workforce. In May and
June 2016, the Company held events
in their Singapore and China offices to
promote family cohesiveness.
Keppel Land’s headquarters at
Bugis Junction Towers heard the
pitter-patter of little feet on
20 June 2016 as the Company
welcomed children of their
employees for an afternoon of
fun and learning.
The event, named ‘Good Afternoon,
Kids!’, saw over 40 children between
the ages of four and 12 years old
engage in educational games and
activities, including getting up to their
elbows in mud as they tried a hand at
planting vegetable seedlings at the
Company’s rooftop garden.
There was also a storytelling session
which revolved around ‘a day in
the office’, where the children were
required to use their imagination
and describe what they thought their
parents did in their line of work.
Wrapping up the day at the office, the
children were treated to a screening of
the movie, ‘Finding Nemo’ at Kloud,
Keppel Land’s staff lounge, which was
an enjoyable prelude to the screening
of ‘Finding Dory’ which the Company
organised later that evening.
Keppel Land China’s Tianjin team
organised a fun-filled day of
activities to celebrate the annual
International Day of Families on
15 May 2016.
Themed “Love My Home”, the event
was organised to build team spirit and
provide a platform for employees’
Top and above,
Children of Keppel Land staff
had an enjoyable day of fun
and learning at the Company’s
headquarters at
Bugis Junction Towers
Right, Keppel Land China’s
Tianjin team organised
a day of activities for
employees and their children
in commemoration of
International Day of Families
on 15 May 2016. Participants
were given a tour of the
new Keppel Group showroom
in the Sino-Singapore
Tianjin Eco-City (pictured)
families to gain a better understanding
of the Keppel Group.
where they learned more about
the Group’s businesses and history.
Over 160 Keppelites and their families
kicked-off the day with a visit to the
new Keppel Group showroom in
the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City,
Employees and their families were also
brought to the Tianjin Eco-City Fangte
Happy World amusement park in the
Binhai New Area.
Nurturing Communities
ISSUE 3 | 2016
Homes in the sea
Unbeknownst to most, beneath the
pristine waters around Keppel Land’s
latest premier waterfront development
at Singapore’s southern coast,
Corals at Keppel Bay, is also home
to a thriving kaleidoscope of coral
reefs and marine life.
To encourage coral growth, Keppel Land
appointed DHI Water & Environment
to transplant corals at the historic
King’s Dock at Keppel Bay, enhancing
the existing marine habitat in
surrounding waters. This initiative
the first time a private developer
is building homes for marine life.
The initiative is also in line with the
Landscape Excellence Assessment
Framework by the National Parks
Board, under which Corals at
Keppel Bay is certified.
To encourage the appreciation and
protection of marine life, Keppel Land
ran a social media campaign,
“Homes in the sea” in May 2016.
As part of its outreach efforts, an
online contest was held based on
an illustrated story depicting the
adventures of Carol the Coral.
study the ecological requirements
for the cultivation of corals.
Following which, coral fragments
were harvested from sites around
Keppel Bay and then cultivated at
a nursery at Keppel Island.
With ecology and sustainability being
key considerations, Keppel Land took
great effort to minimise hazards
during and after construction of
Corals at Keppel Bay to protect the
waterfront site’s marine ecology and
preserve its healthy coral habitats.
The grown-out hard corals were
subsequently transplanted onto reef
enhancement structures at King's Dock
in early-2016. The corals provide
structural homes for marine species and
essential nutrients needed in marine
food chains. Regular site inspections
were also held to monitor and chart the
growth of the coral reefs.
Preliminary site inspections and
surveys were held in 2014 around
King’s Dock and Keppel Bay to
Today, Keppel Bay is home to diverse
species of marine life, including the
endangered Tiger Tail Seahorse,
Corals cultivation process:
Mr Tan Swee Yiow, President
(Singapore), Keppel Land,
remarked, “True to its name,
Corals at Keppel Bay, apart from
featuring world-class waterfront
homes, also provides an underwater
sanctuary for marine life to thrive.
“At Keppel Land, we are committed
to designing, building and operating
properties that harmonise with the
environment as well as enhance the
quality of life of the communities
where we operate. Through this
initiative, we play our part in preserving
Singapore’s marine biodiversity while
engaging our homeowners to adopt
an eco-friendly lifestyle,” he added.
Step 1: Harvested coral fragments from donor
corals are attached to nursery tables
Step 3: A marine specialist transplanting
the nurserty grown corals at the
Reef Enhancement Structures
Marina at Keppel Bay, the lifestyle component
of the world-class Keppel Bay precinct, and also
Asia’s first “Fish Friendly Marina”, is home to
a vibrant aquatic community of more than
129 different species of marine life
Butterflyfish, Clownfish, Common
Seahorses and Sea Urchins. A total of
36 hard coral genera have also been
recorded at Keppel Bay.
Marina at Keppel Bay, through its
“City Reef at Keppel Bay” initiative,
also plays an active role in encouraging
the conservation of marine life.
In recognition of its continued efforts,
Marina at Keppel Bay was recognised
as Asia’s first “Fish Friendly Marina”
by the Marina Industries Association
in 2015.
Step 2: Grown-out hard corals at Keppel Land's
nursery, ready for transplantation
Step 4: Newly transplanted corals
at their new home in King's Dock
Nurturing Communities
Inculcating a
green mindset
ISSUE 3 | 2016
Participants had to locate
the iconic “Tall Tree in
the Eye” art sculpture
at Keppel REIT’s
Ocean Financial Centre
as part of the inaugural
REITs race
World Environment Day is observed annually on 5 June
to encourage worldwide awareness and action for the
protection of our environment. Committed to building a
sustainable future, business units across the Keppel Group
organised a range of activities for employees to do their
part to promote a greener future.
On 17 June 2016, employees from Keppel Land learnt
about the different species of wild flora and fauna
found in Pulau Ubin, one of Singapore’s offshore islands
during a talk organised by Keppel Land’s Corporate
Services and Corporate Social Responsibility department.
Through colourful and highly detailed photographs
captured by the speaker, award-winning nature
photographer, Dr Chua Ee Kiam, Keppelites were able to
admire nature’s beauty while also learning about some of
the species that are currently endangered, as well as learn
some tips on environmental conservation.
Amanah Loh, Property Manager at Keppel Land, said,
“Dr Chua’s talk provided a refreshing and rare insight
into the wildlife in Singapore and communities living in
Pulau Ubin, as he shared with us humourous anecdotes
as well as dramatic photographs, which showcased his
passion for nature and photography. This allowed us to
understand more about Singapore’s rich biodiversity.”
In conjunction with World
Environment Day, Keppel Land
invited Dr Chua Ee Kiam,
award-winning nature
photographer, to give a
presentation to staff on
environmental protection and
preserving biodiversity
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) and
REIT Association of Singapore (REITAS) jointly
organised the inaugural REITs Race on 7 May 2016
to raise awareness on real estate investment trusts
(REITs) among Singapore’s investing public.
The race was held in conjunction with the SGX’s
flagship retail investor educational event,
My First Stock Carnival. Attracting close
to 200 participants, the race began at
Ngee Ann City in the heart of Orchard Road
and saw contestants “check in” at five stops in
Singapore’s CBD, one of which was Keppel REIT’s
Ocean Financial Centre. There, participants
had to locate the iconic “Tall Tree in the Eye”
art sculpture by Anish Kapoor and answer a
question related to the building.
Participants of the race had to complete
tasks and quizzes that enhanced their
understanding of REITs and in the process,
learn what to look out for when investing in
an SGX-listed REIT, which made it a
highly engaging and enriching experience.
There are currently 36 REITs and four
property trusts listed on the SGX.
Keppel Land Limited
Jiangyin Evergro Property Co., Ltd.
230 Victoria Street
#15-05 Bugis Junction Towers
Singapore 188024
Tel: (65) 6338 8111
Fax:(65) 6337 7168
#7 Clubhouse, Stamford City
Wenhua Lu (Opposite Jiangyin Tianhua
Cultural Centre)
Jiangsu Province, China 214400
Tel: (86) 510 8683 9999
Fax:(86) 510 8641 0780
Keppel Land
Retail Management Pte Ltd
1 Fifth Avenue
#02-06/07 Guthrie House
Singapore 268802
Tel: (65) 6466 2555
Fax:(65) 6466 0578
Alpha Investment Partners
Australia Pty Limited
Level 9, 1 Alfred Street
Sydney New South Wales 2000
Tel: (61) 2 9240 0312
Fax:(61) 2 9240 0300
Beijing Kingsley Property
Development Co., Ltd.
Unit 706
China World Office 2
No. 1 Jian Guo Men Wai Avenue
Chaoyang District
Beijing, China 100004
Tel: (86) 10 6505 0866
Fax:(86) 10 6505 0865
Beijing Aether Property
Development Co., Ltd.
Block A, Room 701, Hanwei Plaza
No. 7 Guanghua Road
Chaoyang District
Beijing, China 100004
Tel: (86) 10 6561 8822
Fax:(86) 10 6561 3322
Chengdu Hillstreet Development Co., Ltd.
Unit 903 New Hope Tower
45 Ren Min Nan Lu Section 4
Sichuan Province, China 610041
Tel: (86) 28 8702 6688
Fax:(86) 28 8701 5599
Keppel Hong Da (Tianjin Eco-City)
Property Development Co., Ltd.
No. 2018 Zhong Tian Da Dao RBO Block 13,
Level 1 Unit 101, Eco-Business Park,
Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City,
Tianjin, China 300467
Tel: (86) 22 6633 1088
Fax: (86) 22 6537 6025
Spring City Golf & Lake Resort
CityOne Development (Wuxi) Co., Ltd.
Tangchi, Yiliang,
Yunnan Province, China 652103
Tel: (86) 871 6767 1188
Fax:(86) 871 6767 1119
South of Gaolang Road &
East of Nanhu Avenue
Central Park City Sales Gallery
Jiangsu Province, China 214131
Tel: (86) 510 8283 2208
Fax: (86) 510 8283 2213
Keppel Lakefront (Nantong) Property
Development Co. Ltd.
10 Shanghai Road
Jiangsu Province, China 226010
Tel: (86) 513 8919 9798
Fax:(86) 513 8919 0788
Keppel Land China Limited
(Head Office)
39th Floor Wheelock Square
1717 Nanjing West Road
Shanghai, China 200040
Tel: (86) 21 6171 2121
Fax: (86) 21 6171 2122
Keppel Land (Shanghai)
Management Co., Ltd.
Room 3601 Park Place
1601 Nanjing West Road
Shanghai, China 200040
Tel: (86) 21 6288 3066
Fax:(86) 21 6288 2799
Alpha Investment Partners China Limited
Room 1006 Shui On Plaza
333 Middle Huai Hai Road
Shanghai, China 200021
Tel: (86) 21 6333 9696
Fax: (86) 21 6333 7338
Keppel Township Development
(Shenyang) Co., Ltd.
No. 26 Puxin Road
Shenbei New District
Liaoning Province, China 110135
Tel: (86) 24 8972 7567
Fax:(86) 24 8972 7466
Sunsea Yacht Club (Zhongshan) Co., Ltd.
1203 12/F Tower 2, The Summit
88 Zhongshan Fourth Road
East District, Zhongshan,
Guangdong Province, China 528403
Tel: (86) 760 8892 6108
Fax: (86) 760 8892 6178
Keppel Puravankara Development Pvt Ltd
No. 39, 8th Main, 1’A’ Cross
Bangalore 560052, India
Tel: (91) 08 4150 5000
Fax:(91) 08 4150 5008
PT Nongsa Point Marina
Jl. Hang Lekiu
Nongsa, Batam 29432, Batam, Indonesia
Tel: (62) 778 761 333
Fax:(62) 778 761 330
PT Ria Bintan
Jl. Perigi Raja
Lagoi North Bintan
Kepulauan Riau Bintan Resorts
Indonesia 29152
Tel: (62) 770 692 868
Fax:(62) 770 692 837
International Financial Centre 17 Floor
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 22-23
Jakarta 12920, Indonesia
Tel: (62) 21 571 2238
Fax:(62) 21 571 1813
PT Sentral Tunjungan Perkasa
Jl Kenari 3-5
Surabaya 60275, Indonesia
Tel: (62) 31 532 7261
Fax:(62) 31 531 4957
Alpha Investment Partners
Japan Limited
Fukoku Seimei Building 21F
2-2-2 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 100-0011, Japan
Tel: (81) 3 5510 7551
Fax:(81) 3 5510 7552
Tanah Sutera Development Sdn Bhd
No. 2 Jalan Sutera Merah 2
Taman Sutera
81200 Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Tel: (60) 7 289 9009
Fax:(60) 7 289 9119
Sedona Hotel Mandalay
No. 1 Junction of 26th & 66th Street
Chan Aye Tharzan Township
Mandalay, Myanmar
Tel: (95) 2 36 488
Fax:(95) 2 36 499
Sedona Hotel Yangon
No. 1 Kaba Aye Pagoda Road
Yankin Township
Yangon, Myanmar
Tel: (95) 1 666 900
Fax:(95) 1 666 911
Keppel Philippines Properties, Inc.
Keppel Land Vietnam Company Ltd
(Head Office)
Units 2203-2204
Raffles Corporate Center Building
F Ortigas Jr. Avenue
Ortigas Center
Pasig City 1605
Tel: (63) 2 584 6170/71
Fax:(63) 2 584 3915
Unit 2, 8th Floor, Saigon Centre
65 Le Loi Boulevard, District 1
HCMC, Vietnam
Tel: (84) 8 3821 8000
Fax:(84) 8 3821 3540
Alpha Investment Partners
Korea Private Limited
Unit 3608 Trade Tower
511 Yeongdong-daero Gangnam-Gu
Seoul, Korea 06164
Tel: (82) 2 551 3387
Fax:(82) 2 551 3380
Alpha Investment Partners
Taiwan Limited
Keppel Land Watco Co. Ltd
4/F Saigon Centre
65 Le Loi Boulevard, District 1
HCMC, Vietnam
Tel: (84) 8 3823 2500
Fax:(84) 8 3822 9822
Sedona Suites Ho Chi Minh City
Saigon Centre,
65 Le Loi Boulevard, District 1
HCMC, Vietnam
Tel: (84) 8 3822 9666
Fax:(84) 8 3822 9229
Room G 10 Floor
No. 1, Songzhi Road, Xinyi Dist.,
Taipei 11047
Tel: (886) 2 7737 8558
Fax:(886) 2 7737 8559
Keppel Land Vietnam Company Ltd
(Hanoi Branch Office)
Unit 04-05, 5th Floor, International Centre
17 Ngo Quyen Street, Hoan Kiem District
Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: (84) 4 3936 7745
Fax:(84) 4 3936 7680
Sedona Suites Hanoi
96 To Ngoc Van Street, Quang Ba
Tay Ho District
Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: (84) 4 3718 0888
Fax:(84) 4 3718 0666
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