Vanke Group’s Experiential Hall launched in KL

08 Mar 2019


From left: Mr Loo Kok Seong, YBhg Dato’ Abdul Majid Ahmad Khan, YBhg Tan Sri Dato’ Tan Seng Leong, Mr Sean Tan, YB Tuan Haji Khalid Abd. Samad, Mr Lang Cong, YB Tuan Tan Kok Wai, Mr Wang Haiwu, Dr Zhou Chaobin, Mr David Mizan Hashim, YBhg Dato’ Mohamed Marzuk Basir, YBhg Tan Sri Datuk Ter Leong Yap.

Kuala Lumpur, 7 March – Malaysia Special Envoy to China cum MCBC Chairman YB Tan Kok Wai attended launching ceremony of Vanke Experiential Hall (VEH) in Kuala Lumpur today.

Located in Menara IMC, right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, the VEH takes visitors through an engaging and educational gallery, showcasing the Group’s journey from its humble beginnings to its notable international success stories.

Vanke Group was established in 1984 in Shenzhen, China. With over 30 years of growth built on a valued reputation for quality, innovation and craftsmanship capabilities in the property development. The Group to-date has completed over 2,000 projects and has become China’s leading urban and rural development and living services provider. In 2018, Vanke Group was ranked 332nd on the Global Fortune 500 list.

Vanke Group’s global footprint has expanded beyond its traditional heartland in China. By 2017, the Group has expanded into key cities such as Hong Kong, Singapore, London, New York, San Francisco, Moscow, and Seattle. Now in Kuala Lumpur, Vanke will strive to provide Malaysians the best-in-class living spaces with their Triple Excellence commitment of “excellent houses, excellent services and excellent community.”

“The Vanke Experiential Hall is an initiative close to our hearts as it is Vanke Malaysia’s first introduction to Malaysians. We hope to contribute long-term alongside Malaysia’s development and help build high quality living spaces that would enrich lifestyles for Malaysians,” said Lang Cong, Managing Director of Vanke Malaysia.

Since its establishment in Malaysia, Vanke’s commitment of supporting and being a part of the community is maintained by a truly local delivery, with local recruits accounting for over 90 percent of staff in Vanke Malaysia.