The Star, 4 December 2006 - Dijaya planting its flag in India

The Star, 4 December 2006 - By Angie Ng

DIJAYA Corp Bhd is keen to replicate its success as a lifestyle developer of high-end residences in new emerging real estate markets overseas including China, Vietnam, Myanmar and the Philippines.

Read more

The Star, 4 December 2006 - A real estate giant awakens

The Star, 4 December 2006

INDIA’S booming economy and more liberalised laws for foreign direct investment (FDI) are creating waves in the real estate market.

Read more

INRnews, 24 November 2006 - Dijaya to develop residential and commercial real estate in Hyderabad

INRnews, 24 November 2006 - By INRnews Correspondent

Dijaya Corporation Berhad, a leading Malaysian property developer, is to enter the high growth Indian real estate market. It's indirect 72%-owned subsidiary, Dijaya-Malind JV (Mauritius) Limited ("DMJML") has entered into a Development Agreement with Telangana Spinning & Weaving Mills Ltd), to develop about 25.4 acres of Telangana's land at Balanagar in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Read more

The Star, 23 November 2006 - Dijaya seals RM650mil deal in India

The Star, 23 November 2006 - By Angie Ng

Dijaya Corp Bhd unit Dijaya Malind JV (Mauritius) Ltd yesterday signed an agreement with its Indian partner Telangana Spinning & Weaving Mills Ltd to develop 25.4 acres of the latter’s land in Balanagar.

Read more

The Star, 13 November 2006 - Tropicana Mall to provide steady income for Dijaya

The Star, 13 November 2006

DIJAYA Corp Bhd is expected to earn RM25.8mil in rental income annually from its Tropicana Mall when it is completed in the middle of 2008.

Read more

The Star, 13 November 2006 - The Tropics a hot address in PJ

The Star, 13 November 2006 - By S.C. CHEAH

ABOUT 110 units of The Tropics designer suites at the Tropicana City have been sold within a week of its soft launch recently. Priced from RM180,000 to RM211,000 for the two-bedroom units and from RM313,000 to RM387,000 for the loft units, the 601-unit freehold serviced apartment boasts of a 29-storey V-shaped block overlooking the busy intersection of the Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP) and the Sprint Highway.

Read more

NST, 30 October 2006 - Dijaya close to clinching first overseas property deal

New straits Times, 30 October 2006 - By Chong Jin Hun,

DIJAYA Corp Bhd is close to striking its first real estate deal abroad where the Malaysian property developer plans to replicate its existing local upmarket developments.

Read more

Property Times – Prop Talk, 16 September 2006 – Small things matter

Property Times – Prop Talk, 16 September 2006 - By Andrew Wong

To ensure success today, we need leaders who are meticulous. Who can, once they map out a goal, whip out their microscopes so they can scrutinise the path that will take them there in minute detail.

Read more

NST, 16 September 2006 - Dijaya's urban oasis

New Straits Times, 16 September 2006 - By Evi Abdul Jabar

Tropicana City is Petaling Jaya’s latest three-in-one commercial project catering to living, working, shopping and playing

Read more

Malay Mail, 7 September 2006 - Service is the key for mall

The Malay Mail, 6 September 2006 - By Nuradzmmah Daim

If you were at Tropicana Mall in Petaling Jaya, you could have your battery charged at a special counter. These are among the services the developer, Dijaya Corporation Berhad, is contemplating for shoppers at the mall which is scheduled to be completed by 2008.

Read more

The Star, 6 September 2006 - Dijaya signs hypermarket lease deal

The Star, September 6, 2006 - By Yvonne Tan

Dijaya Land Sdn Bhd, subsidiary of Dijaya Corp Bhd, has signed a lease agreement with Magnificient Diagraph Sdn Bhd for 125,000 sq ft of hypermarket space in Tropicana Mall.

Read more

NST, 6 September 2006 - Tropicana City set to be another PJ landmark

Star, 5 September 2005

Damansara Utama will soon have another landmark commercial development that will showcase a shopping mall, serviced apartments and signature offices.

Read more

Edge, 4 September 2006 - Dijaya's niche resort homes

Edge, Resort-Living Focus, 4 September 2006

Dijaya Corp Bhd group managing director P K Poh remembers a time when helicopter rides were part of the effort to attract prospective buyers to what was then a relatively new property offering — resort-style homes within a golf and country resort. The year was 1991 and the development, Tropicana Golf and Country Resort, was considered the first of its kind in Petaling Jaya. Aside from taking prospective buyers on helicopter rides over the 625-acre development, the developer also completed the infrastructure and a 36-hole golf course within the first three years.

Read more

The Star, 7 August 2006 - Far-sighted buyers rewarded with dream houses

By S.C. Cheah

WHERE can you find a home in which your big master bedroom window opens out to a golf course and a forested area? From the back of the unit, you can also enjoy a view of a park just across the road and a commercial centre located conveniently about 1km away.

Read more

The Star, 7 August 2006 - Dijaya improves on Casa Indah 1 Project


THOSE who missed buying the Casa Indah 1 condominium now have a chance to own an even better condominium, the just-launched Casa Indah 2.

Read more

Sun, 27 June 2006 - Dijaya looks to India

The Sun, June 2006

Dijaya Corp Berhad, Developer of the 625-acre Tropicana Golf & Country Resort and the neighbouring 409-acre Damansara Indah Resort Homes, is looking to export its expertise to India.

Read more

Le Prestige, May 2006 - Trendsetting Dijaya

Le Prestige, May 2006

With a string of high-end residential and lifestyle centres on the way, Dijaya Corporation Bhd is fast setting new trends in the industry. The Group Managing Director, P.K. Poh, talks to Le Prestige.

Read more

Trends , May 2006 - Par for the course

Trends magazine, May 2006

Spacious interiors and luxurious fittings ensure the Super 3-Storey Fairway Villas at Villa Green 3A are fully equipped for the high life

Read more

Tatler, May 2006 - High-tech Luxury

Tatler Magazine, May 2006

Though the core business of Dijaya is resort and property development, its subsidiaries tackle a diverse range of businesses from engineering and manufacturing to management services and investment holdings.

Read more

Edge, 1 May 2006 - Dijaya Corp's new lofty design

Edge, 1 May 2006

Hot on the heels of Casa Suites, Dijaya Corp Bhd is now embarking on a new serviced apartment offering called The Tropics @ Tropicana City in Petaling Jaya that incorporates some of the elements that drew buyers to its earlier project. But beyond merely replicating the designs at Casa Suites - located at a neighbouring parcel - the developer has also made some improvements based on feedback received.

Read more

The Star, 10 April 2006 - Developer to unveil 'semi-dees in the sky' at Tropicana

Star, 10 April 2006 - Stories By S.C. CHEAH

SUPER condos priced at over RM1mil each will make their debut in the Tropicana Golf & Country Resort over the next one or two years.

Read more

The Star, 10 April 2006 - Dijaya plans lifestyle centres

Star, 10 April 2006 - Stories By S.C. CHEAH

DIJAYA Corp Bhd will build two more lifestyle commercial centres for its award-winning Tropicana Golf and Country Resort and its adjacent Damansara Indah Resort Homes in Selangor.

Read more

The Star, 25 March 2006 - Fairway Homes

Star, 25 March 2006 - By Thean Lee Cheng

In about a month, Dijaya Corp Bhd, the pioneer of golf resorts in Malaysia, will launch its three-storey Villa Green 3A-1 semi-detached properties.

Read more

The Star, 18 March 2006 - Fairways for View

Star, 18 March 2006 - By THEAN LEE CHENG (

PEOPLE who buy into golfing communities do so because they want the view. This is where the needs of golfers and residents diverge. Dijaya Corp Bhd who created and designed Tropicana Golf and Country Resort and Damansara lndah Resort Homes says to get the “hack to nature” kind of feeling, houses are built with most of the rooms opening out onto the green vistas.

Read more

The Star, 18 March 2006 - Residing by golf turf

Star, 18 March 2006 - By THEAN LEE CHENG

NOT every man who owns a bit of turf beside the golf course is an avid golfer. Many of them are peace-seeking enthusiasts rather than sports enthusiasts.

Read more