Sunday, July 6, 2008


Our long term strategy is to convert the area usage from recreational resort to swiftlet farming exclusively. We stand on our view that the business is viable for at least another 10-15 years. Increase in the demand and the price has made the birdness business more lucrative than ever.

Following are the direct quote from one of the local website in malaysia:

Date of news: 31/03/2008 "A kilogram of unprocessed white edible birds nest was priced at between RM4,500 and RM6,000 in 2006, while its processed version fetches retail prices of RM15,000 to RM25,000 in Hong Kong and China.

World consumption of bird's nests in 2006 was estimated in the vicinity of RM8bil to RM12bil. Hong Kong, at 50%, is the world’s biggest buyer of bird's nests while China stands at 8%, Taiwan 4% and Macau 3%. The world consumption weight was estimated at 160 tonnes for 2006."

As people getting richer in China; shown by the GDP rate close to double digit for the past few years, there is no sign of slowing down of the demand for for bird nest. This also indicates the huge market potential in the near future.

Indonesia, gifted with perfect conditions for the swiftlets, is currently the world's largest producer of swallows nest with approximately 60% of world gross supply followed by Thailand (20%) and Malaysia (7%).

As part of our plan, we are currently seeking joint venture to run the swiftlet farming business or buyer for swiftlet birdhouse.

At this moment, we are adding another two bird house in the area and they are on the schedule for completion at the beginning of next year.

Here you can see masterplan of the architectural layout . The facilities that we have built are those on the northen side (top of the page) which include the parking area, restaurant, man-made lake with the fishing dock. The remainder area, especially on the southern side remains untouched (development has not reached the level as shown on the masterplan)

Architectural Impression of Jungkat Beach Resort

For more information regarding the area condition, joint venture queries or any other queries on the project development, please do not hesitate to email us on or contact us directly on:

Elvin Candra: +61 415 070 118 (speak Indonesian, English) residing on Sydney, Australia
Elwin Candra: +62 811 577 850 (speak Indonesian, English) and Tjendrawinto: +62 812 563 6716 (speak Indonesian, Mandarin) residing on Pontianak, Indonesia

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