RCI Welcomes 5 New Resorts to Its Asia Portfolio

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20 Feb 2012

RCI Welcomes 5 New Resorts to Its Asia Portfolio

RCI has announced five new resort affiliations in Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia which bring its Asia portfolio to over 160 affiliated properties.

“These new resorts not only show a growing interest for timeshare travel throughout Asia but evidence that we’re offering an innovative and appealing timeshare exchange product,” said Adrian Lee, managing director, RCI Asia Pacific.

The Marrakesh Hua Hin Residences in Hua Hin, Thailand’s royal beach resort is a luxurious beachfront resort with contemporary Moroccan features, an enchanting private garden and a lagoon close to a mile-long beach, water sports and golf.

Eastgate Village Resort is set against a backdrop of protected rainforest inside Subic Bay Freeport Zone. The three-bedroom units offer on-site recreational facilities while Subic Bay offers riding, golf, various water sports, yachting, and guests can even learn survival basics from local Bushmen while camping in the forest.

City Suites in Cebu City offers guests luxurious accommodations in the city with full access to five-star facilities. Cebu is the country’s oldest city and top tourist destination with idyllic white-sand beaches and pristine clear waters. The city also has great shopping and entertainment hot spots.

Birch Plaza Apartments in Georgetown is close to all the attractions near Penang Times Square and facilities and amenities include swimming pools, playground, jogging track, gymnasium, game room, sauna, outdoor Jacuzzi, foot reflexology path, landscaped garden and a multipurpose hall.

Damai Beach Resort in Sarawak is an idyllic resort that spans 90 acres of prime seafront land framed by the lush tropical forest of the legendary and mythical Mount Santubong on one side, and the vastness of the South China Sea on the other. Sarawak hosts the annual world-renowned Rainforest World Music Festival; Penan Nature Trail; Damai Golf and Country Club, an 18-hole Arnold Palmer golf course; and Satang Island, Sarawak’s very own turtle conservatory.


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