Have you heard? Resorts World Cruises, the latest cruise brand in Singapore will be setting sail from our shores for the first time on June 15.
Climb aboard Genting Dream and enjoy your days sailing over the seas with plenty of fun experiences to be had on the cruise.
Some of you might find this particular cruise familiar if you’ve experienced a cruise on Genting Dream via the original Dream Cruises (which has recently been rebranded to Resorts World Cruises).
For others who have yet to book a cruise like me, this might just be the perfect opportunity to explore the exciting one-of-a-kind experiences onboard.
From the spacious suites, luxurious facilities and European-style butlers, to sumptuous Asian cuisine and 24-hour snack corner along with a wide selection of international fare, you won’t have to worry about where you’ll sleep or what you’ll be eating.
For entertainment, there’s a waterslide park with six different waterslides, a rope course and zipline that lets you glide above the ocean on a 35-metre zipline, rock climbing, golf, and Zodiac Theatre where you can enjoy live production shows from an acclaimed entertainment team of world-class performers.
Those who want to indulge with drinks in hand or party your night away will appreciate Bar City with its world-renowned vintages, cocktails, wines, bubbles and premium whiskies amidst live band performances – as well as Resorts World Club where you’ll have the time of your life with foam parties, movie screenings and more.
That’s not all. For the ones looking to unwind and relax, you can look forward to Crystal Life Spa which provides both Asian and Western spa services, fitness classes, guided meditations and yoga classes too. And let’s not forget the duty-free shopping with international luxury brands available at the boutiques too.
Want to learn something new? There are cooking demos, fashion shows, make-up workshops, Chinese opera, ballroom dance and Kpop dance classes for those looking to pick up a new skill.
Last but not least, parents bringing kids on the cruise will absolutely love Little Dreamers Club providing fun activities and classes for your young’uns (aged 2 to 12). When you’d like some me time to yourselves, all you need to do is bring your children to the kids’ club where they’ll be well taken care of and entertained, while you head off to enjoy some quality time together.
PS: If you’re a paid passenger affected by World Dream’s cruise cancellations in Singapore between March 2 and August 31 2022, Resorts World Cruises is offering complimentary cruise credits of equivalent value as a gesture of goodwill.
Ready to climb aboard and go on a relaxing cruise adventure? It’s time to make that booking!
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