Dream Cruises Reopen – Ready To Set Sail With New Winter Itineraries

Dream Cruises is looking forward to welcoming guests again with the release of its long-awaited winter cruise itineraries on 20 July 2020, that will set sail from Singapore with departures between 20 November 2020 to 9 April 2021 on-board the famous Genting Dream. In addition to enhancing preventive measures, Genting Cruise Lines is offering incentives such as its “Cruise As You Wish” programme to give you peace of mind. When booking a cruise with any of Genting Cruise ships, you will have the flexibility of up 48 hours’ cancellation before sailing to receive 100% future cruise credit for Dream Cruises’ bookings prior to or on 9 April 2021. Cruise credits can be redeemed on sailings departing on or before 30 September 2021.

Dream Cruises Reopen – Special Promotions On Genting Dream

Genting Dream has unveiled a host of 2-night to 5-night itineraries, featuring ports of call to popular destinations in the region such as Melaka (Port Dickson) and Penang in Malaysia, as well as Koh Samui, Phuket (Patong Bay), Mergui Archipelago (Nyaung Oo Phee, Myanmar) and Bangkok (Laem Cha Bang) in Thailand. 

To mark the launch of its winter itineraries, Genting Dream is offering cruise trips from just $204 per person. Those looking for a short trip for a well-deserved getaway can consider a 2 to 3-night cruise to Melaka, Penang, Bintan, Phuket and Langkawi, while those looking to satisfy their wanderlust on the high seas can venture on 5-night cruises to the land of smiles – Phuket, Mergui Archipelago, Langkawi, Koh Samui or Bangkok – starting from $476 per person.

For more information, please refer to the winter itineraries here

Dream Cruises Reopen – Exciting Onboard Activities 

Apart from luxurious suites and 35 F&B concepts to indulge in, Genting Dream has an endless array of entertainment programmes lined up for the entire family. From live theatrical productions and award-winning shows created exclusively for Dream Cruises,

the ship is also packed with recreational activities, from its signature waterslide park with six water slides, glow-in-the-dark bowling alley, rock climbing wall, live fireworks and the first-ever 35-metre zipline at sea that hangs 18 decks above the ocean.

The fashionistas on board can also be dazzled by the series of personalized and intricate haute couture masks showcased at the Haute Couture Masks Fashion Show. These special edition masks by Jun-G Candelario, an Haute Couture designer of ball gowns from the Philippines, are also for sale. 

For guests looking to relax and recharge, they can complement their grand vacation on the high seas with therapeutic spa treatments for a holistic wellness experience. 

Dream Cruises Reopen – Exclusive Offers For UOB Cardholders

UOB cardholders can enjoy additional discounts off all cabins, including suites, on Genting Dream for all sailings from November 2020 to April 2021. Prices start from just $179* per person when they book between 20 July to 31 August 2020.

For more information on the promotions, please refer to the winter itineraries https://www.dreamcruiseline.com/en-sg/cruise-offers/ and attached in the email. * Prices exclude port charges and gratuity fees

Dream Cruises Reopen – Enhanced Preventive Measures

To further provide peace of mind to guests, Genting Cruise Lines have implemented comprehensive preventive steps for the recommencement of Dream Cruises, which will also become the new norm for preventive standards across the cruise industry. These enhanced measures include stringent health screening processes and protocols prior to embarkation and disembarkation, thorough sanitization and disinfection and enhanced hygiene practices for guest cabins, onboard public areas and recreational activities, as well as increased food and beverage safety to ensure the health and safety of all guests and crew members.

For detailed information about Genting Cruise Lines’ enhanced preventive measures, please visit here.

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