Project Locations


Java Island


 
Jakarta (2.1Ha)
  • Capital City of Indonesia
  • Scarcity of land in this city sparks high demand for apartments and houses
  • Hokindo possesses 1.1 Ha of land in the district of Kuningan, and 1 Ha of land in the district of Gandaria, both designated as Apartment developments.
  • Apartment’s vicnity to offices, malls, hospitals, and various amenities grants residents the convenience of city life.
Cianjur (135Ha)
  • Planned area acquired : 200-250 Ha
  • A mountainous resort region with an abundance of trees and paddy fields.
  • 1 hour and 30 minutes away from Jakarta by car, frequented by Jakarta residents seeking for fresh air and a weekend gateway.
  • Abundance of villas, bungalows, hotels, to accommodate customers seeking to get in touch with nature.
Serang (23Ha)
  • Planned area acquired : 50-105 Ha
  • Capital City of Banten Province
  • A major transit point within the vicinity of Merak Port, passed by Tangerang – Merak toll road, complete with a train station
  • Economic activity fuelled by permanent traffic flow between Java and Sumatera.
  • The proposed Sunda Strait Bridge would start from the city of Serang.
  • Near of intersection of two major Toll Roads (Tangerang – Merak toll way and the newly built Serang – Panimbang toll road)

Borneo Island


 
Pontianak (520Ha + 1Ha)
  • Capital City of West Kalimantan Province
  • Population: ~554,000 with significant ethnic Chinese presence (~30% of total inhabitants).
  • High volume of trade and significant number of SME owners catalyzes consumption and disposable income.
  • Economic activity fueled mainly by trade, agriculture, and industry.
  • Hokindo possesses 500 ha of land with plans to construct a modern township, and a fully operational shopping mall with a land size of approximately 1 Ha.
Banjarmasin (104Ha)
  • Capital City of South Kalimantan Province
  • Population: ~620,000.
  • Largest city in resource rich province of South Kalimantan.
  • Served by Trisakti Harbor, exports include rubber, pepper, timber, petroleum, coal, and gold.
  • Hokindo has plans to create the largest warehouse complex in the province of South Kalimantan to serve companies transporting goods including natural resources.
  • Hokindo also plans to create a Superblock with residential and commercial centers in Banjarmasin.
Balikpapan (162Ha)
  • Biggest City in East Kalimantan Province
  • Population:~639,000.
  • Considered to be Indonesia‚Äôs most liveable city.
  • Economy dominated by the oil and gas sector, with several oil refineries built across the city.
  • Multinational/national oil companies such as Chevron, Halliburton, Total SA, Pertamina has operations in Balikpapan.

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