Genting Dream made history yesterday by becoming the only luxury cruise liner to call Singapore its exclusive all-year homeport. Its arrival at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre, overlooking downtown Singapore
Genting Dream opens up exciting new destinations in S.E. Asia
Genting Dream made history yesterday by becoming the only luxury cruise liner to call Singapore its exclusive all-year homeport. Its arrival at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre, overlooking downtown Singapore, is expected to boost the city’s status as the prime cruise hub in Asia, with some of the hottest destinations, such as Indonesia, Malaysia, and Myanmar, only a couple of sailing days away.
This 18-deck luxury ship accommodates 3,352 passengers and is decked with an impressive array of facilities. For luxury cruisers, the Genting Dream is the preferred way to sail. It houses the Crystal Spa, the largest Asian reflexology spa at sea, duty-free shops (you can have a personal shopper too!), a water slide park and a gaming arcade.
Guests will enjoy the dynamic and exotic destinations of South East Asia and the top notch accommodation on-board. The Genting Dream’s staterooms, suites, and Garden Penthouse elevate one’s cruising experience with its well-appointed and opulently-designed interiors. The dedicated Dream Palace is where one would find executive living: a boutique hotel and a private clubhouse with a European butler concierge service ready to pamper you. Should evenings call for an elegant nightcap, drop by the Genting Club and the whisky & cigar lounge.
Prepare for a gastronomic experience onboard with more than 35 restaurants and bar concepts such as Bistro by Mark Best, Silk Road, Umi Uma while Johnnie Walker House is the place to be to try their famous whiskeys.
Just because you’re in the middle of the ocean doesn’t mean your nightlife is slow. The Genting Dream is home to Zouk at Sea, an energetic club that has an indoor dance area and an outdoor party deck. It is also set to bring in some of the world’s best DJs and performers. Guests will even get to have “The Dream Experience,” a 45-minute theatrical representation of the first “China’s Got Talent” in the ship’s Zodiac Theatre.
The addition of Genting Dream is a testament to Genting Cruise Lines’ commitment to the highest level of luxury and hospitality. With the arrival of World Dream in Hong Kong this week, Dream Cruises’s second cruise ship, more options and destinations abound for the regional and international guests. www.dreamcruiseline.com
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