Naim launches ‘Great 10.10 Property Deals’ promo in Kuching, Miri, Bintulu

KUCHING: Members of the public are in for a treat as leading property developer, Naim Group of Companies, is set to launch its ‘Great 10.10 Property Deals’ promotion.

Naim general manager for sales and marketing Caroline Yeo calls upon property buyers to capitalise on the promotion, which offers unbeatable savings.

“Our promotional period commences on Oct 10 and is applicable to our developments in Kuching, Miri and Bintulu. Since this statewide promotion is available only for a limited period of time and applicable only to limited units, do hurry and call us today,” she added.

Those interested in developments in Kuching are invited to consider Naim Sapphire Condominium Homes which focus on leisure-inspired lifestyle, while those considering Bintulu developments should find out more about Naim Bintulu Paragon integrated development in the heart of Bintulu town, which advocates ‘Your World in One Place’ concept.

“For those interested in Miri developments, Naim Pusat Bandar shophouses within the densely-populated Naim Bandar Baru Permyjaya Township is an attractive option for business owners and investors. Meanwhile, those considering residential properties in Miri are invited to consider Naim’s South Lake Permyjaya, a beautiful lakeside development offering a range of landed properties,” said Yeo.

Besides the ‘10.10 Deals’, the public can also take advantage of Naim’s ongoing ‘Rewards Campaign’ offering a chance to win up to RM500,000, with the grand prize being a house.

“As the rewards campaign will end Dec 31 this year, do act fast,” urged Yeo.

For more information about Naim’s property developments, its ‘Great 10.10 Property Deals’ and ‘Rewards Campaign’, call 082-416288/+6016-8899944 (John), 086-343881/+010-9870999 (Kelly) or 085-491000/013-8337873 (Esther).

Alternatively, logon to Naim’s websites at and, visit, or drop by at Naim’s sales gallery and show units in Kuching, Bintulu and Miri from 9am to 6pm on weekdays, and 10am-5pm on weekends and public

Source: The Borneo Post, October 10, 2018