Bina Puri’s patience in durian venture bears fruit


From left: Datuk Matthew Tee, Datuk Ng Kee Leen, and Datuk Gan Yeew Tian.

CONSTRUCTION and property developer Bina Puri Holdings Bhd had the foresight to attempt a diversification into durian orchard cultivation back in 2017.

The initiative was made through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Karak Spring Sdn Bhd, with 5,000 Musang King trees being planted at about the same time six years ago on 250 acres of freehold land in Bentong, which carries a land value of RM112.5mil.

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