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52 WEEKENDS IN SINGAPORE

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Sapphire Princess

1 Feb – 28 Apr:   Raffles in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the Scholar and Statesman

4 – 17 Mar:           Singapore Design Week

9 Mar:                   Garden Beats

13 – 24 Mar:        Singapore Festival of Fun

Spotlight: Princess Cruises

Singapore is one of the most enthralling start and end points for cruising in Asia, as the city-state is always buzzing with something to see and do. A great holiday can be yours when your pair Singapore with a luxurious holiday on board Princess Cruises – a global premium cruise line and tour company, carrying over two million guests each year to more than 380 destinations around the globe.

Sapphire Princess started its current homeport season in Singapore on 28 November 2018, and will continue sailing in the region until 10 March before it embarks from Singapore for a 37-night Indian Ocean and Europe Grand Adventure Cruise, ending in Europe to begin its summer season. This luxurious cruise will return in December 2019 again for another season.

Accommodating over 2,670 guest in the comfort of the 18-storey cruise ship that offers 5 swimming pools, a casino, shopping, sports facilities and much more, it’s time to embark on this irresistible voyager for an experience of a lifetime. Its dining pleasures on board will give you the best of both worlds – delicious regional dishes and international cuisines, that you can savour all day long. The “best pizza at sea”, voted by USA today, can also be exclusively enjoyed on-board Sapphire Princess.

Aside from its wide array of food offerings, the luxury ship also takes pride in giving total entertainment to its guests in the middle of the sea. For example, at the Princess Theatre which can seat 700 people, guests can catch Bravo, a show that unites classic light opera with popular music that features talented dancers and singers backed by a large 13-piece orchestra. Guests can also enjoy a movie blockbuster every night at the on-board giant alfresco poolside amphitheatre.

With sail duration from a three- day trip to a seven-day journey, you can certainly find an itinerary that suits you best. If you have lesser time, enjoy a three-day round trip to the Malaysian Peninsula (Singapore-Kuala Lumpur-Singapore), or a five-day voyage in the Malaysian Peninsula and Phuket (Singapore-Kuala Lumpur-Penang-Phuket-Singapore). If you’re in for a full relaxation treat, board the seven-day cruise that will lead you to enticing locations like Vietnam and Thailand (Singapore-Ko Samui-Bangkok-Ho Chi Minh City-Singapore). With Sapphire Princess, you can discover Southeast Asia diverse cultures and gorgeous attractions, through activities such as trekking inside the mystical Batu Caves of Kuala Lumpur or join in a cooking and food decorating class in Ho Chi Minh City – There is never a dull moment with Sapphire Princess.

Prior to and after your adventure on board the cruise, take the chance to tour the island state of Singapore to make your trip complete. Discover for yourself why everyone loves Singapore and explore all that countless offerings from day to night like Minimalism: Light. Space. Object., Singapore Festival of Fun, Raffles in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the Scholar and Statesman, Garden Beats Festival and more!

Princess Cruises’ Sapphire Princess offers the ultimate adventure you’ll never regret. For schedules, prices and itineraries, visit its official website – https://www.princess.com. To complete your trip, check out www.visitsingapore.com for the best sites to visit and how to get around the Lion City.

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