Corporate information

Hock Seng Lee Berhad is a marine engineering, civil engineering and construction company based in Kuching, Sarawak. It undertakes dredging, land reclamation and earthworks, road and bridge construction, tunneling and other infrastructure and building works.

Its wholly-owned subsidiary Hock Seng Lee Construction Sdn Bhd is involved in property development. Other wholly-owned subsidiaries are HSL Land Sdn Bhd for investment in real properties, and HSL Management Services Sdn Bhd which is in involved in management services for gated and guarded developments.

Read more

Big crowds at new Samariang Aman 2 showhouse

Hock Seng Lee Construction (HSL) debuted a new showhouse at the well-established Samariang Aman 2 to big crowds here on April 14 and 15.

The nature inspired home, located within the scenic residential development, pulled in more than a thousand visitors over the weekend.

The showhouse features wide open spaces punctuated by colours of the sea, rivers and mountains nearby. Furnitures and finishings seeks to create a serene, clean and exclusive look.

Despite the current soft market, HSL’s emphasis on landed properties — in a time when most new launches have been apartments — have resulted in continued positive feedback and brisk sales.

Ninety per cent of an earlier phase launched a year ago had been sold out, senior property development manager Tay Chiok Kee said.

“Over 10 years, we have built 955 houses in Samariang. We sell out every phase. In 2011, Samariang Aman won the Outstanding Landed Residential Development award from the Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers’ Association,” Tay said.

“This weekend’s turnout is indicative of locals’ confidence in HSL homes.”

He confirmed HSL had plans for Samariang Aman 3, and that it would be roughly another 10-year development cycle.

The just launched showhouse will remain open daily until Sunday (April 22), after which viewings will be by appointment.

Over the weekend, HSL also organised a colouring contest for children aged seven to nine years old, and 10 to 12. In the younger category, Nur Izzafira Qarin Iswandy won first place, followed by Ko Kit Hieng and Jayden Chong Yan En. In the older category, winners were Chew Boon Choi, Chen Szi Why and Cherilyn Vong.

The kids took home a total of RM1,400 in cash prizes.

Meanwhile, results for HSL’s #SamariangAman2 photo contest will be announced on Saturday, April 21. Winners for cash prizes worth RM1,500 are being determined according to photo composition and creativity.

HSL corporate affairs manager Shirley Loo said the marketing campaign was designed to create fun activities for the local community, and promote a sense of pride among residents.

“The photo contest really shows off how beautiful Sarawak is. We built these houses to wrap around the natural features of the landscape. From street level, houses, particularly corner units, are accented by Gunung Serapi and Santubong,” Loo said.

“From high-angle drone shots, the rivers and surrounding greenery really come across well. Residents here know part of the appeal of Samariang Aman are the views, and not just easy accessibility to workplaces, schools and commercial opportunities.”

For more information, visit our Facebook page or Instagram.

HSL’s sales team can be contacted at 012 888 9494 (Farah), 019 887 7070 (Lyn Tieo), 019 888 7979 (Angie Joan), 019 888 1331 (Troy) and 012 888 7117 (Chong).

Find out more

#SAmariangaman2

 

As part of the launch of the new Samariang Aman 2 showhouse on April 14 and 15, HSL also organised a photo contest, open to the general public.

Visitors to the new showhouse can upload photos they snap to Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #SamariangAman2. They can use smartphones, professional SLR cameras or drones. Winners will be judged according to their photo composition and creativity.

We’ve had a look at some of your entries, and we’re really impressed with what contestants have put up. Without further ado, here are the list of winners:

Stephie Presscar Ak Anggat – Facebook
@ainaisquiet – Instagram
Ivy Choong – Facebook
@d_imagemaker – Instagram
@j.r_official1 – Instagram
@jackrshad – Instagram
@yaa.lala.pds – Instagram
@walter_duwen – Instagram

Thank you all so much for participating – we hope you guys had as much fun as we did during the launch.

The grand prize winner for the photo contest will be awarded RM500 cash, while second and third place will receive RM300 and RM200. There will be five RM100 consolation prizes.

Stay tuned to our website, Facebook page or Instagram for more updates.

Putting their colouring skills to the test

Over the weekend, HSL organised a colouring contest for children seven to nine years old, and 10 to 12 as part of several activities taking place during the launch of the new Samariang Aman 2 showhouse.

Children and their parents arrived in droves to participate in the colouring contest, bringing along an entire spectrum of colouring pencils and crayons. The competition ran for over two hours and thirty minutes, giving the children plenty of time to get creative and expand even further on the sketch, which they did.

Many took the chance to draw additional characters into their entries, with some even coming up with catchy slogans to match. Due to the high quality of each entry, the judges were hard-pressed to choose a winner among them.

After careful deliberation, in the younger category, Nur Izzafira Qarin Iswandy was announced as the first place winner, followed by Ko Kit Hieng and Jayden Chong Yan En.

In the older category, the winners were Chew Boon Choi, Chen Szi Why and Cherilyn Vong.

The kids took home a total of RM1,400 in cash prizes, but not before taking a chance to pose for a group photo with senior property development manager Tay Chiok Kee.

“Every entry was excellent this time around, and as expected, it took us some time to choose a winner. Those that didn’t manage to win this time around, don’t give up – we’ll have even more such contests in the future, so we hope to see you there again next time,” he told the children after the dust had settled.

The nature inspired home, located within the scenic residential development of Samariang Aman 2, pulled in more than a thousand visitors over the weekend.

The showhouse features wide open spaces punctuated by colours of the sea, rivers and mountains nearby. Furnitures and finishings seek to create a serene, clean and exclusive look.

Precinct Luxe Clubhouse Launch

Great weather coupled with great company made our Precinct Luxe Clubhouse Launch a success.

HSL’S CLUBHOUSE OPENS TO LARGE CROWDS AT LA PROMENADE

Sarawak’s Largest Guarded And Gated Community Welcomes 1,300 Visitors In A Weekend

It was a weekend packed with activities and visitors at Hock Seng Lee Construction’s (HSL) La Promenade on March 3 and 4, where its first residents’ only clubhouse opened.

An estimated 1,300 people visited the development’s Precinct Luxe, where the clubhouse is located. Visitors were spread into 560 small groups for guided tours of the 200-acre development, which is guarded and gated, and usually closed off to outsiders.

The main draw, the clubhouse, was a collaboration between HSL, Level-Up Fitness and Design Network Architects. Desjoyaux Pools custom built the 21m saltwater swimming pool and the children’s wading pool.

According to HSL senior property development manager Tay Chiok Kee, public response was better than anticipated.

“On Saturday, visitors started arriving 30 minutes before we were due to launch. From mid-day onwards, it was a constant stream of visitors. On Sunday, our last tour ended quite literally at sunset. It think it’s safe to say all of us were happy, company staff, customers and residents,” Tay said.

“Many were first-time visitors to La Promenade, responding to our advertising and social media campaign, while others were repeat customers of Precinct Premiere — our first launch in La Promenade in 2015.”

Level-Up Fitness organised free Zumba classes, while HSL held a children’s colouring contest and social media photo contest. Co-branding partner Oppein, a home furnishing specialist, ran a booth with special promos on both days.

“Yes, we are continuing promos for a limited time. We will continue to offer RM20,000 worth of home furnishing vouchers and waive two years’ management fees,” Tay said when asked.

Precinct Luxe comprises 112 super-link units – extra large terrace houses at the size of 2,200-sq-ft, which is typically the size of semi-detached units.

Tay added that La Promenade is a premium product and that, when planning for Precinct Luxe, HSL aimed to create “landed condominiums.”

“We took everything condominiums had — gym, pool, security and exclusivity — and put that into landed properties. We firmly believe landed properties will always be the preferred choice.”

HSL expects to hand over keys to the first group of Precinct Luxe home buyers in the second quarter. Buyers of Precinct Premiere, which comprised larger duplexes and bungalows, received their keys end of last year.

For more information, visit facebook.com/hslcn, instagram.com/hslcn or hsl.com.my/property/la-promenade.

HSL’s sales team can be contacted at 019 887 7070 (Lyn Tieo), 019 888 7979 (Angie Joan), 019 888 1331 (Troy),  012 888 7117 (Chong) and 012 888 9494 (Farah).

Find out more

Follow our Instagram @hslcn