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15 – 16 February: Chingay Parade

Spotlight: Royal Caribbean International

There’s nothing better than being in a place where you can get both the rest you deserve and the chance to unleash that adventure-loving spirit you’ve been keeping in for so long.

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And such a place is certainly not out of reach, and can be easily found on one of Royal Caribbean International’s cruises out of Singapore!

Royal Caribbean International is an award-winning global cruise brand renowned for its never-before-seen innovative onboard features, such as family friendly facilities and fun-filled activities you’d surely have a hard time resisting. The cruise line sails 25 ships to popular destinations around the world and is now offering exciting Asian itineraries with its mega Voyager and Quantum Class ships. In the region, there is no better place to jumpstart on your exciting Cruise journey than from Singapore’s modern cruise terminals

An all-round crowd-favorite choice for a cruise vacation. The 4,269-guest Voyager of the Seas offers a plethora of innovative activities and entertainment exclusive to Royal Caribbean such as the FlowRider surf simulator, ice-skating rink, full-sized sports court and Royal Promenade, a boulevard of duty free boutiques. Fill your taste-buds with international cuisines in formal or buffet restaurants or opt for a more intimate experience with specialty restaurants from Italian to Japanese cuisine. Immerse yourself in grand acts at the theatre or an ice show performed by international professional skaters.

Voyager of the Seas Itinerary Highlights (from Singapore):

  • 3-night Penang Weekend Cruise: from now till 11 Mar
  • 3-night Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang) & Melaka Cruise: from 30 Apr till 21 Jun
  • 4-night Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang) & Phuket Cruise: from now till 18 Mar

If you’re looking for something more thrilling, a must-go bucket-list experience for an exciting and fun-filled family vacation is on the 4,905-guest Quantum of the Seas, starting its new Singapore season from November 2019 till April 2020. “First at sea” features include as skydiving experiences and the North Star, an elevating glass capsule with a 360-degree spectacular ocean view. You will also be spoiled with a wide selection of 18 dining venues with cuisines from around the globe, including imaginative cuisine at Wonderland, and Jamie’s Italian by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.

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 Quantum of the Seas Itinerary Highlights (from Singapore):

  • 4-night Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang) & Penang Cruise: from 21 Nov 2019 till 26 Apr 2020
  • 5-night Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Penang & Phuket Cruise: from 16 Nov 2019 till 17 Apr 2020

But for those who want to take things a notch higher, Asia’s next largest and newest cruise ship, Spectrum of the Seas, features revolutionary activities exclusive only to Quantum Class ships. From bumper cars in SeaPlex, Two70°’s spectacular high tech entertainment to new signature restaurants such as Sichuan Red, you and your family are truly in for a treat on this 5,622-guest voyager. The ship will also introduce to Asia the Ultimate Family Suite with an indoor slide and the SkyPad VR trampoline, making it a luxurious way to sail. With the whole ocean as your view and all the magnificent state-of-the-art facilities within the Spectrum of the Seas, this voyage will be more meaningful and exciting than you could have ever imagined it to be.

Spectrum of the Seas Itinerary Highlights (from Singapore):

  • 3-night Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang) Cruise: 18 May
  • 4-night Penang Cruise: 21 May
  • 9-night Ho Chi Minh, Nha Trang, Hong Kong & Shanghai Cruise (one-way): 25 May

Add these luxurious cruises to your bucket list this year! Visit www.royalcaribbean.com for more information and reservations.

 

 

 

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