Shun Tak Holdings

Hong Kong-Macau company founded in 1972.

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Ho in 2006

Stanley Ho

Hong Kong-Macau billionaire businessman.

Hong Kong-Macau billionaire businessman.

Ho in 2006
Macau Tower, owned by STDM
Bust of Stanley Ho at the Fundacao Oriente, Lisbon.
Stanley Ho Building, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Ho was the founder and chairman of Shun Tak Holdings, through which he owned many businesses including entertainment, tourism, shipping, real estate, banking, and air transport.

Pansy Ho

Pansy Catalina Ho Chiu-king (born 26 August 1962) is a Hong Kong-Canadian billionaire businesswoman who is the daughter of Macau-based businessman Stanley Ho, and the managing director of various companies he founded, including Shun Tak Holdings.

TurboJET

Ferry company based in Hong Kong.

Ferry company based in Hong Kong.

The company was established from the joint venture between Shun Tak Holdings and China Travel International Investment Hong Kong in July 1999.

Daisy Ho

Hong Kong businesswoman who is the daughter of Macau-based businessman Stanley Ho.

Hong Kong businesswoman who is the daughter of Macau-based businessman Stanley Ho.

She is also an executive director of Shun Tak Holdings.

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Cheng Yu-tung

Hong Kong billionaire with extensive property investment, development and service businesses, hotels, infrastructure, jewellery retailing and transportation interests in Hong Kong, Macau, United States, Australia and other areas.

Hong Kong billionaire with extensive property investment, development and service businesses, hotels, infrastructure, jewellery retailing and transportation interests in Hong Kong, Macau, United States, Australia and other areas.

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He also had interests in Shun Tak Holdings, and Macau casino operator Sociedade de Turismo e Diversoes de Macau, owned by Stanley Ho.

A view of Nova Taipa Gardens from adjacent hills.

Nova Taipa Gardens

Property development project in Taipa, Macau and completed from 1995 to 1996.

Property development project in Taipa, Macau and completed from 1995 to 1996.

A view of Nova Taipa Gardens from adjacent hills.

The development is owned by two Hong Kong-based companies, Hopewell Holdings Ltd and Shun Tak Holdings Ltd.

A map in 1900s showing Taikoo Dockyard

Taikoo Dockyard

Dockyard in what is now Taikoo Shing, MTR Tai Koo station and part of Taikoo Place of Quarry Bay on the Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong.

Dockyard in what is now Taikoo Shing, MTR Tai Koo station and part of Taikoo Place of Quarry Bay on the Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong.

A map in 1900s showing Taikoo Dockyard
The foundation stone of Taikoo Dockyard in what is now Taikoo Shing
Taikoo Dockyard built the river steamship SS for China Navigation Co in 1920
Taikoo Dockyard built the coastal steamship for China Navigation Co in 1934

1933 for the China Navigation Company, later captured by the Imperial Japanese Army in service as before its return to C.N.C. after WWII. Sold several times between Hong Kong companies before acquisition by Tai Tak Hing Shipping Company. Sunk with loss of 88 lives during Typhoon Rose in 1971.

Cotai Strip 2014

Cotai Strip

Term coined by Las Vegas Sands Corporation with regard to its building of a strip of hotel-casinos in the Cotai section of Macau, a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China.

Term coined by Las Vegas Sands Corporation with regard to its building of a strip of hotel-casinos in the Cotai section of Macau, a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China.

Cotai Strip 2014
The Plaza Macao 2009
The Londoner Macao
Cotai East Station

First announced in 2008 by Shun Tak Group, Dubai-based Jumeirah Group will manage and operate Macau's first ultra luxury hotel.

Melco International Development

Multinational investment holding company based in Central, Hong Kong.

Multinational investment holding company based in Central, Hong Kong.

In June 2018, Melco Resorts & Entertainment opened Morpheus, a $1.1 billion hotel tower designed by Zaha Hadid.

In 1993, Melco International became a subsidiary of Shun Tak Holdings and acquired Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises Limited, which owned the Jumbo Floating Restaurant and Tai Pak Floating Restaurant in Aberdeen, Hong Kong.

Four big families of Hong Kong

Term used to describe the four business families who historically rose to prominence and became influential in Hong Kong.

Term used to describe the four business families who historically rose to prominence and became influential in Hong Kong.

Pansy Ho (何超瓊, 1962–) – Group Executive Chairman and Managing Director of Shun Tak Holdings