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Genting Dream comes to Singapore


Genting Hong Kong launches premium cruise line

With a heritage of international and regional cruise expertise embedded in its DNA, Dream Cruises is the first Asian luxury cruise line.  Aiming to be a pacesetter in the cruise industry in the region and meeting the needs of the ’emerging generation’ of confident, independently-minded and affluent Asian travellers.  Dream Cruises offers inspirational luxury, which is Asian at heart and international in spirit.

Genting Dream, where dreams set sail 

Genting Dream, the inaugural ship of Dream Cruises is currently undergoing fit-out at German Shipbuilders Meyer Werft in Papenburg will set sail in October 2016 and arrive in Singapore for her maiden voyage on 4 November 2016.  The cruise offers an itinerary which travel through Vietnam (calling at Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang and Da Nang). Come 13 November 2016, Genting Dream will debut her maiden cruise from her homeport Guangzhou (Nansha Port) and offer 2,5 and 7-night Vietnam destination experiences.

Genting Dream

Bringing Dreams Alive

Genting Dream accommodates a low berth of 3,400 guests, attended by 2,00 crew members – high ratio of guest-to-crew, 3.352 : 1.999.  The hull of Genting Dream “Voyage of a Lover’s Dream” is conceived by Chinese pop-artist Jacky Tsai, an art piece which envisages a fantasy journey of love story of a mermaid and an astronaut.

Guests for the Genting Dream’s 5-night cruise will get to enjoy the highly anticipated “Dream Cruises Glamour Night” – an iconic evening of great celebrations and a signature Captain’s Welcome Ceremony – complimentary fresh and succulent lobster food creations will be served at all the restaurants onboard for an unsurpassed gastronomy journey.

Ferragamo and Etro luxury amenities in the Dream Suites
Genting Dream Balcony Stateroom

Facilities on Genting Dream

On Genting Dream, a range of comfortable accommodation options are available, with over 70% of the rooms featuring balconies and 100 connecting rooms will ensure family and larger group vacations more convenience.  35 restaurants and bars captures the flavours of Asia and the world with 53 dining areas at the 610-metre wraparound promenade – boardwalk on the deck – allowing dramatic sea-side dining and lounging from sunrise-to-sunset in a multitude of themed locations.

Biggest spa at sea
Water slide Park with endless 5 velocity rides over the edge of the ship

Suitable for family, this dream liner also provides complimentary day care services during mealtime to entertain your kids! They will be served sumptuous kiddie dinner and immersed in the Children’s Moon Walk Fashion Runway Parade.

Little Panda Club is complimentary for children with certified caregivers – understand about development for young children. Allowing children to be well taken care and in a safe environment, giving parents a peace of mind to enjoy their holiday.
Rock Climbing

Other sports facilities include: a 9-hole outdoor putting Mini-Golf course, 35 meters outdoor zip lines ropes course for adults and kids for confidence building and bonding, SportPlex with standard basketball court and multi-function space.

Making entertainment Asians will enjoy, Genting Dream has also taken Zouk Club out of Singapore taking it out to the sea, making a local club international on board the ship
Zodiac theatre holds 999 seats, 2 inches away from each other. Movie directors and actors will make guest appearances to talk about their movies.
Silk Road & Cabaret provides evening dining with live entertainment – aerial acrobats on silk ropes – and late night entertainment with the Dream Girls   Private Karaoke rooms next to Silk Road are also available for singing in privacy.

Genting Dream has a large space that is flexible to entertain all generations in a family.  Each family member is sure to get a totally unique experience.

For more information, please contact your preferred travel agent or visit dreamcruiseline.com or simply call +65 6808 2288.

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Comments 13

  1. Andy Lee says:

    Another cruise option, kids (and families) are so spoiled for choices 🙂

    cheers, Andy

  2. MisterMum says:

    This looks awesome. I hope the boats are as new as they look. Never been on a cruise before. This looks like a good excuse for the first.

  3. Looks so tempting…Too bad June holidays are just over…

  4. This is so wonderful and maybe we would consider this for.our next holidays.

  5. Michelle Hon says:

    Looks good. I've never been on a cruise before. I always assume it's for elderly. Haha!

  6. Lup Wai says:

    Wow new cruise! This is going to be super awesome!

  7. Winnie Lee says:

    It's been such a looooong time since I went for a cruise. Looks like this gives me another reason to go! Thanks for sharing!

  8. JA Wu says:

    Wa the rooms dont look like the usual cramped cruise rooms. N omg love the rock climbing wall n kids club!!

    Ju Ann

  9. Angeline Sim says:

    That photo of that Dream Suites is calling out my name! haha 🙂 Would love to bring my family on a nice cruise someday. It's almost hassle-free, no transits, no transfers, just board, deposit bags in room and the fun begins!

  10. Belinda says:

    NEVER !! NEVER !! try Dream Cruise, it’s really nightmare… It’s the worst cruise I ever travel. Queue everywhere, cut off timimg for meals, paid restaurants got to wait for more than 1 hour, Free Dining Room also got to queue 1 & 1/2 hr. check In cabin also queue for 2 hrs, rooms service & housekeeping never ever answer, so they missed out towel or whatsoever, you had to get it your own. Cold drink only served on the 2nd days particulars timing, 1st & 3rd day no cold drinks at all. The amount paid it’s really not worth at all. Paid & Suffered.

    • says:

      Sorry about your experience, we will feedback to them.

    • Rachel says:

      Omg Belinda… I almost wanted to book and I saw your reviews.
      Was wondering why so bad ? What happened?

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