Real Estate


Experion Holdings Pte. Ltd. is a Singapore based property development company engaged in the construction of premium residential and commercial properties, predominantly in India, CIS and the Middle East.

It has a portfolio of properties including the Holiday Inn Almaty and Mercure Gold, Dubai.

Experion Developers

Experion Developers

Experion Developers Pvt Ltd ('Experion Developers') is a 100% FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) subsidiary of Experion Holdings. The company maintains a land bank of more than 600 acres in India.

With substantial development rights across India, Experion develops, designs and builds townships, group-housing projects, commercial landmarks, organised retail destinations, hotels and resorts across Delhi NCR, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Goa and Maharashtra.

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AT Capital Group is co-developing an exclusive resort destination, nestled in the Tian Shan mountains, close to Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Tian Shan lies to the north and west of the Taklamakan Desert and directly north of the Tarim Basin in the border region of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and the Xinjiang Region of western China.

Akbulak Project

The resort includes a Colin Montgomery signature golf course with a club house, luxury residential villas and hotel with world class spa and MICE facilities.

Located close to ski slopes, a winter sports arena and natural parks, the property is expected to become one of the most luxurious tourist hubs of Central Asia. The eastern portion of Tian Shan in western China's Xinjiang Region was listed as a World Heritage Site at the 2013 Conference on World Heritage.


AT Capital Group has co-invested in a prime residential property in the heart of Dalian, China.

The property is a high-end residential development primarily comprising a 48-storey
high residential building adjacent to the Labour Park.



The Real Estate sector in China has been buoyant. The north-eastern port city of Dalian has experienced steady real estate growth over the past few years.

With Dalian's status as a popular tourist destination for Chinese travellers and visitors from Korea, Japan and Russia the demand for high end residential properties is expected to rise.