Lion Group Property (LGP) is one of the best Malaysia property developers, trusted by home and business owners. The award-winning is dedicated to developing first-class real estate all over the entire spectrum. They emerge from high-rise serviced suites, mega townships and office towers to industrial parks, hotels, shopping malls, resorts and golf courses. Pushing the borders from its base in Malaysia, Lion Group Property has been replicating its achievement stories in Singapore, China, Vietnam and Cambodia.
Moving with the times doesn’t divert us from what we do the best, which is delivering quality, top trends and driving visions. Our completed projects include thirteen completed townships, nine serviced suites, seven shopping malls, five-star office towers, seven commercial parks, five industrial parks, three hotels and a resort and golf course. Moreover, we are the proud three times award recipient at the 2018 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards. Lion group property is the Best New Condo in Cheras as well as in Klang Valley for Bandar Bukit Mahkota, Crescent Park, and Special Recognition in CSR. It makes LGP’s long award-winning streak since nearly four decades ago.
Our Vision is to enrich the lives and motivate the lifestyle of millions of people by advancing, innovative and trend-setting. Lion group property Mission to take substantial steps and break new grounds in guaranteeing the properties we construct recognizes for being excellent and sustainable. The Values of LGP is we thrive on team spirit, integrity and honesty, commitment, customer orientation, and esteem for individuals.
THE LION GROUP was established in decades ago and today has businesses in Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, USA and Mexico. This best property developer is also involved in the retail, mining, agriculture, steel and computer sectors. From 1992, the Group has projected into China with ventures in the retail and property businesses. It has a yearly group turnover of around RM 20 billion (US$ 6.6 billion) and employees more than 24,000 people.