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New affiliations show growing interest in vacation ownership in Asia

RCI enhances its portfolio in Asia with seven resorts

RCI announced the addition of seven affiliated properties to its worldwide exchange network including four resorts in Vietnam, two in Indonesia and a sea-villa resort in Malaysia. The Registry Collection program, the world’s largest luxury exchange program and one of the three worldwide exchange programs under the RCI umbrella, also welcomed two newly affiliated resorts in Indonesia and Vietnam to its global portfolio.

The addition of these new resorts extends RCI’s footprint to nearly 150 affiliated resorts in Asia and over 4,000 resorts globally, offering 3.8 million RCI subscribing members a broad and diverse selection of holiday destinations and quality accommodations for superb and memorable vacation experiences.

The significant number of signings also marks the growing interest in fractional and vacation ownership products among consumers and the appreciation of its competitive advantage as a viable and attractive business and operating model for resorts by leisure real estate owners and developers in Asia.

The announcement was made at the RCI Asia Leisure Real Estate Symposium held in Singapore, attended by more than 100 senior executives and decision makers from the vacation ownership, hospitality and real estate sectors across the region. "The BIG Reveal" Symposium is a response to the continued interest in vacation ownership in Asia which is anticipated to gain even greater momentum in the next few years. At the event, RCI revealed the winning strategies of vacation ownership and unveiled innovative initiatives that will help to further accelerate the development of vacation ownership in Asia.

"We are honored and pleased to welcome these seven new resort affiliates to RCI and two new additions to The Registry Collection program," said Geoff Ballotti, president and CEO, RCI. "These vacation destinations have chosen to partner with the largest and most global vacation exchange provider in both the timeshare and fractional ownership space. We are very much looking forward to helping these developers grow their brands and ownership levels across Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia. We are actively working on welcoming additional vacation resorts to our network in these countries as the vacation ownership industry continues to grow and expand across this very important part of the world for RCI."

"What makes RCI an exchange company of choice for leisure real estate owners and developers is our continuous effort to innovate and reinvent vacation exchange," said Adrian Lee, managing director, RCI Asia. "As the pioneer of vacation exchange, we have achieved many firsts including a series of product and service innovations to optimize member satisfaction while at the same time increasing awareness and exchanges for our affiliated resorts."

Joining The Registry Collection program are:
– delMango Villa Estate – Seminyak Gardens, Indonesia
– Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, Vietnam

Joining the RCI exchange network are:
– Evason Ana Mandara & Six Senses Spa – Nha Trang, Vietnam
– Ana Mandara Villas Dalat – Resort & Spa, Vietnam
– Ana Mandara Resort Hue, Vietnam
– Ana Mandara Resort Ninh Binh, Vietnam
– Bali Island Villas & Spa, Indonesia
– Golden Palm Tree Sea Villas & Spa, Malaysia
– Hawaii, A Club Bali Resort, Indonesia.

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