Avillion’s land attracts interest


Premier resort: The Avillion Admiral Cove resort in Port Dickson was revalued in 2019.

LOSS-MAKING Avillion Bhd has received an offer for its land in Port Dickson from a China-based investment group.

Sources say that a group called Guangxi East Hangyang Investment Group has made an offer of about RM380mil to purchase six parcels of land that Avillion owns in Port Dickson, Negri Sembilan.

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