Lai Sun Group

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Lai Sun Group is a conglomerate in Hong Kong. It was founded by garment billionaire and entrepreneur, the late Lim Por-yen.[1] Its businesses include property development, real estate investment, hotel, telecom, mass media and entertainment. Lai Sun is working with Major League Gaming to build a esports arena on Hengqin.

Lai Sun Group is developing Novotown at Hengqin, Zhuhai, China. It is an integrated tourism and entertainment project. Phase one has been completed, and features two indoor attractions Lionsgate Entertainment World and National Geographic Ultimate Explorer. It also includes the 494-room Hengqin Hyatt Regency Hotel and mixed-use shopping centre with a host of restaurants and bars. Phase one costs about 5 billion yuan (HK$6.16 billion). Phase 2 will include an interactive football experience centre and automobile experience centre in partnership with Real Madrid football club and Porsche respectively.[2]

The group consists of several companies and some of them are listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

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  1. ^ PolyU names two lecture theatres after philanthropist Lim Por-yen
  2. ^ "Lai Sun Group's Novotown project will turn Hengqin island into a major player". South China Morning Post. 28 May 2018.

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