Although the medical and leisure activities of the Nadin Group throughout the Klang Valley in particular and Malaysia generally are more noticeable, it is the property division that remained the driving force of the Group. The two main companies in this division are Nadin Holdings SB and Nadin Management SB. Both these companies jointly owns the Ampang Point Shopping Centre (APSC) in Ampang. This is a commercial complex consisting of onelevel of basement car park, four level of retail floors and one level used for leisure activities. It carries a wide range of business and retail outlets varying from fashion, supermarket, book-stores, jewellers, furniture and a wide variety of food outlets. Over the years APSC has become the focal point of the area. Even the name Ampang Point has been adopted by the public replacing the more officious sounding Taman Dato' Ahmad Razali. The main activity is of course the rental of shoplots and space. As it is a mature complex with almost 100% occupancy.
The Nadin Group actually started in the medical line and it's trade name of "Poliklinik Lourdes" is known in the Klang Valley for over 30 years. Currently 3 companies make up the medical division. Lourdes Medical Services SB is one of three companies in the Medical Division, the other being Lourdes Medical Centre SB. It runs the 13 GP clinics all over Klang Valley. It is the largest non franchised GP practice in this area. Lourdes Medical Centre SB runs the Lourdes Medical Centre situated at Jalan Ipoh. Like the Poliklinik Lourdes, the Lourdes Medical Centre is also known to the Klang Valley population as an excellent O & G practice for over 30 years.
Retail & Leisure Division
The Royel Departmental Stores SB (RDSSB) represents the retail and leisure division. RDSSB are involved in two commercial activities, viz. retailing under the brand name Royel Departmental Store and 10 Ringgit Shoppe and leisure activities being the food court under the brand name Food Point and operating bowling centers under the brand name Ampang Superbowl. While retailing has relatively stagnated, the leisure division has taken off dramatically. Five years ago, RDSSB operated one 30 lanes bowling centre in Ampang Point. Now it has 14 bowling centers in West Malaysia. It already is the largest operator of bowling centers both in term of centers and number of lanes (in excess of 200). It is in the process of taking over or building at least 6 new centers which will elevate it to the level of perhaps one of the largest operator in South East Asia. Ampang Superbowl is committed to the objective of controlling 25% to 30% of the Malaysian bowling market.