Visiting: Singapore, Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), Langkawi (Malaysia).
Sightseeing: Optional shore excursions
Sail on the Genting Dream Cruise: Being the first company to offer cruises in China over 20 years ago with Star Cruises, we conceived Genting Dream three years ago to be the only purpose-built premium category new build for the Asian, and specifically Chinese, market. Dream Cruises’ ships will be the most spacious ships in Asia Pacific and provide the highest level of guest service in the region,” said Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “The launch of Dream Cruises completes the Company’s mission of having a brand for each of the three major cruise market segments – Crystal Cruises for the luxury segment, Dream Cruises for the premium segment and Star Cruises for the contemporary segment.” Genting Dream will carry 3,400 guests and 2,000 crewmembers, giving the 150,000-ton vessel the largest guest space ratio of 45 tons per guest as well as the highest crew-to-guest ratio at 1.7 of any Asia Pacific ship. The German-built ship will be the most spacious large cruise ship in Asia Pacific boasting two exclusive floors of “Dream Suites” measuring from 32 to 183 square meters and features European butler service and special privileges. The accommodations aboard Genting Dream will reflect both size and choice for travelers, with 70 percent of Genting Dream’s staterooms offering private balconies, and more than 100 connecting rooms that will cater to larger extended families.
In addition to offering a range of accommodations, Genting Dream will showcase more than 35 restaurants and bars onboard with a culinary emphasis on Asia, specifically for Chinese guests, offering dining experiences from all the regional cuisines of China as well international favorites such as Japanese, South East Asian, Italian, and more. Guests on Genting Dream will have no trouble staying active on board with the ship’s plethora of recreation and enrichment venues including a variety of pools, six water slides, a 610-meter wrap around promenade, play rooms, a rope climbing course, a bowling alley, mahjong and card rooms, and duty-free shopping. Daily activities from wine tasting to inspirational speakers will enrich guests’ time at sea and a full complement of health and wellness facilities will further enhance the cruise experience with state-of-the-art Asian and Western Spas, a beauty salon, barbershop, and health club.
DAY 1: DEPART SINGAPORE, (17:00 hrs)
Upon arrival in Singapore, India make your way to Singapore Cruise terminal, and board your Genting Dream cruise ship, late afternoon. Today you begin your Exotic Asia cruise – a kaleidoscope of exotic sights, sounds, tastes and experiences. You’ll find something new and exciting in every port of call. Overnight on board. (D)
DAY 2: ARRIVE PORT KLANG, KUALA LUMPUR – MALAYSIA, (13:00 hrs)
Today late afternoon you arrive to Port Klang, Kuala Lumpur and after lunch you can take the optional city tour of Kuala Lumpur before returning to the ship before departure at 22:00hrs. Overnight on Board (B, L, D)
DAY 3: ARRIVE LANGKAWI, MALAYSIA, (07:00 hrs)
Today early morning you arrive to Langkawi, Malaysia and after breakfast you can take the optional island tour of Langkawi before returning to the ship before departure at 16:00. Overnight on Board (B, L, D)
DAY 4: ARRIVE SINGAPORE – (14:00 HRS)
Today afternoon you will arrive in Singapore and after your disembarkation you may directly make your way to airport for your flight back home or spend time in Singapore to explore the city and experience its many splendours (B)
- Ship board accommodation for 3 nights on ‘Genting Dream Cruises’ ship
- All taxes, port handling charges
- Ocean transportation.
- Meals on board the ship
- Onboard entertainment except those on chargeable basis.
- International air fare with taxes,
- Travel insurance
- Shore & land excursions
- Lunch whilst on day excursions
- Tips and Porterage,
- Speciality restaurant fees.
- Medical services
- All expenses of personal nature
- Any service not part of the inclusions list