Indonesia and Vietnam are set to get a slew of new Wyndham properties over the next two years, amounting to about 3,585 additional rooms being offered across South East Asia.

Beginning this December, the group will open the Wyndham Dreamland Resort Bali on the Indonesian island’s Dreamland Beach – a popular location to see coral reefs. All guestrooms will be one-room suites or villas (the resort will have 190 accommodations in total), with the latter all offering private pools. Two other pools will also be available, along with a children’s pool, a spa and wellness centre with a yoga studio, and three F&B offerings.

Following the Bali resort’s opening, the Wydnham Opi Hotel Palembang in Sumatra, Indonesia, and the Wyndham Grand Cam Ranh in Vietnam will open next March. The Sumatra property is located in the city’s OPI entertainment district, while the Cam Ranh resort is situated alongside a 27-hole golf course designed by former golfer Greg Norman who’s been behind the creation of more than 100 golf courses globally.

The 855-room Wyndham Cam Ranh – the second-largest of the five new openings – will open in 2019 on the Vietnamese city’s Long Beach, the same year that as the largest of the five, the vast 1,709-key Wyndham Resort Tropicana Nha Trang, opens its doors. Part of a mixed-use development, the Nha Trang property will span across two 50-storey towers alongside six floors of retail, events, wellness and fitness spaces, and a convention hall.

“There is enormous potential in growing the upscale segment in South East Asia which is a booming tourism hotspot thanks to the region’s rising affluence, improved infrastructure and increased flight connectivity,” said Barry Robinson, president and managing director of the hotel group’s South East Asia and Pacific Rim operations.

Wyndham currently has more than 110 properties across South East Asia and the Pacific Rim.