HAGL Myanmar Website Launching Ceremony

The leading property development company HAGL Myanmar has celebrated the launch of its website on the 14th of July from 3 pm to 5 pm at Myanmar Plaza promotion area where visitors will be able to learn about HAGL businesses such as Myanmar Plaza, Myanmar Centre Tower, The Lake Suites, and Meliá Hotel.

HAGL Group has already launched its premier website since 2015, but there will be new www.myanmarplaza.com.mm on its new feature for introducing cosmopolitan shopping mall Myanmar Plaza services, events, promotions from tenant outlets and membership program for its valued customers.

All of the services, news, events and information of HAGL will be fully featured on the new www.hagl.com.mm website.

Our new HAGL Myanmar website was restructured and upgraded with full detailed floor plans, brochures, 360 virtual photos and tour for Myanmar Centre offices and The Lake Suites residences, as well as events, promotions and membership program of Myanmar Plaza for the subscribers and visitors, said Ms. Zin Mar Thet Mon, PR Manager of HGAL Group.

The Website Launching Ceremony was accompanied by a Tech Exhibition with participating brands; OPPO, Vivo, Huawei, Wai Yan, Unilink and Myanmar Net.

About HAGL Group

Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) Group is one of the leading real estate companies in Vietnam with 1,028,594 sqm of residential and commercial property gfa completed, and 1,1130,236 sqm gfa under construction.

The company enjoys strong financial backing and competitive advantages of low- cost land banks acquired before Vietnam’s property boom. The group has built robust synergies with subsidiaries in construction, furniture and granite production. HAGL Group focuses on the development of residential and commercial real estate in Vietnam’s principal economic centers including Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang City. The company has been expanding regionally with real estate projects in Laos, Thailand and Myanmar. In 2009, HAGL Group completed and delivered the Athletes’ Village for the 25th Southeast Asian Games to the Government of Laos.

For more information, visit; www.hagl.com.mm/