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The Daya Bay Sanmendao Resort is located on an island off Shenzhen

RCI welcomes Daya Bay Sanmendao Resort to growing China portfolio

RCI announced its continued growth in China with the addition of a new resort affiliation in Huizhou, Guangdong province. The signing of this agreement expands RCI’s China portfolio to more than 25 affiliated properties.

“The addition of this island resort in Sanmendao not only shows a growing interest for timeshare travel throughout China but is also evidence that RCI is offering an innovative and appealing timeshare exchange product,” said Adrian Lee, managing director, RCI Asia. “Expanding our China network through Daya Bay Sanmendao Resort reaffirms our commitment to offering great vacations in highly-desirable destinations in Asia and throughout the world.”

The Daya Bay Sanmendao Resort, located on an island off Shenzhen, is China’s newest mixed development integrated resort. The luxurious beachfront property, surrounded by a lush tropical forest, has a palatial design, luxurious interiors and facilities such as swimming pools, a health center, a spa, a golf course, a yacht club, a fitness room and more.

Sanmendao is a great getaway from the city. This tropical island is lined with fine white sandy beaches and surrounded by a clear blue sea. Sanmendao also has abundant marine life, hundreds of varieties of flora and fauna, and more than 100 types of birds. Another unforgettable site is the cliffs and sea caves formed millions of years ago by red volcanic rock.

This amazing island offers a myriad of activities ranging from island exploration, horse riding and water sports to walking the natural and lush green surroundings, and relaxing on the beach to enjoy the views of the sea.

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