First-Ever Asian Luxury Cruise Line Dream Cruises Officially Launches in Singapore


With increasing options for travel, tourism and hospitality providers have been pushing the boundaries to bring the best vacation experiences to guests. Genting Hong Kong’s brand new premium cruise line, Dream Cruises, aims to cater to the burgeoning premium market in Asia, by offering inspiration luxury with the highest level of guest service and spacious comfort in the region. It recently launched officially in Singapore, expanding its reach across Asia.

Genting Dream is the first ship from Dream Cruises and it will make its maiden sail in November this year. Accommodating a lower berth of 3400 guests attended to by 2000 crew members, Genting Dream forms the leading crew-to-guest ratio in Asia-based cruising. Before even boarding the ship, one can marvel at the hull of Genting Dream, beautifully adorned by a specially commissioned art piece conceived by Chinese pop-artist Jacky Tsai. Entitled “Voyage of a Lover’s Dream”, it which envisages an ethereal and fanatical journey of love between a mermaid and an astronaut.

On board, Genting Dream’s range of staterooms offer a haven of calm; balancing modern convenience with total tranquility. More than 70% of the staterooms come with private balconies, so you can spend countless moments enchanted by the deep blue sea and wake up to incredible views of the horizon. Family and larger groups can choose from the 100 connecting rooms for added convenience.

Foodies will be delighted to find out that there are 35 restaurant and bar concepts, as well as a 619-metre wraparound promenade which allows for dramatic sea-side dining and lounging from sunrise-to-sunset in a multitude of themed venues.

The Sundeck Bar allows for both indoor and outdoor experiences in an alfresco setting.

Guests can enjoy the freshest sushi at Umi Uma.

One iconic attraction on board the Genting Dream would be the first ever Zouk club on sea. Expect the same legendary parties from the iconic club, except this time, it’s on the high seas. When you’re done clubbing indoors, head out to Zouk Beach and dance to tracks spun by world class DJs till the wee hours of the morning.

The Zouk Beach which comes complete with its very own splash pool

The Zouk Beach comes complete with its very own splash pool.

Just in case you’re not in a clubbing kind of mood, scoot over to the Silk Road & Cabaret for the over 18s. Dream girls will come and perform fun, cabaret-style burlesques for you. The performances are interactive so join in whenever you want!

The Silk Road & Cabaret is located just next to a slew of private karaoke rooms for you to sing to your heart’s content.

All these partying needs to be counterbalanced with some slow-paced pampering, and Crystal Life has got you covered on the open sea. Home to both contemporary and traditional treatments from Asia and the rest of the world, Crystal Life is your destination for truly luxurious spa experiences. It features one of the largest Asian spa reflexology lounges at sea in the world, plus over 20 private rooms for Western spa and massage treatments. There’s also a beauty salon, a barber shop named The Gentleman’s Barber, and a health club if you want to sweat out some endorphins.

The Crystal Life Treatment Room

A kaleidoscope of tastes, colours, sounds, and activities will rejuvenate you in every sense on board the Genting Dream. Apart from all the amazing amenities earlier, you can expect highly immersive ‘retail-tainment’ with the widest array of leading brands, inspirational onboard experiences like wine and whisky appreciation sessions, a comprehensive SportsPlex, incredible art tours, and specially curated theatre productions.

Genting Dream will make its maiden cruise from Singapore on 4 November 2016. A 2-night Singapore – High Seas Cruise costs from S$561 per person. Find out more about Dream Cruises here.


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