Singapore-Resorts World Cruises will be the first cruise line to add Kuala Lumpur’s homeport to the ship’s Genting Dream from July 18th, allowing cruisers to choose between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. became.
The company was newly added on Friday (July 8th) after Singapore’s Homeport reopened on June 15th.
The Dual Home Port was designed to meet the needs of 10 million people in the central Malaysian Peninsula near the port of embarkation, Port Klang.
Michael Go, President of Resort World Cruises, said: Malaysia is a convenient and affordable departure from Kuala Lumpur. “
The cruise line offers two-night and three-night cruises starting at $ 230 and $ 330.
Travelers from Singapore can depart on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Starting July 22nd, the 2-night High Seas Weekend Getaway Cruise will be reintroduced on Friday.
With the Covid-19 pandemic, the cruise division is properly reopening after almost two years of “nowhere cruises”.
Singapore has stopped calling cruise ships since March 2020.
The Genting Dream is also the world’s first OIC / SMIIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation / Standards and Islamic Countries Metrology Institute) standard halal-friendly cruise ship, appealing to key segments of Malaysian and international travelers. To do.
In addition to a comprehensive onboard offering, there is also a wide range of international and Asian cuisine with a dedicated section of Dream Dining Restaurant meals, certified Halal, vegetarian and Jain cuisine at The Lido. An all-day snack corner is also available.
For entertainment purposes, Cruiseliner offers international stage performances and film screenings at the Zodiac Theater, which can accommodate 1,000 people.
There are also offerings for those who want to participate in family-friendly water activities and recreation options.
All crew and guests must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. You will also need to undergo a self-paying Pre-Cruise Antigen Rapid Test (ART) one day before departure.