Royal Caribbean sailing in tourists to Malaysia

The North Star observation pod takes guests 91m above sea level. — Royal Caribbean International

Take a leap into the future of cruising when you step on board Royal Caribbean’s latest ship to be deployed to South-East Asia on a long-term stint.

Quantum of the Seas, which has undergone a multi-million dollar refurbishment, will be the first in the cruise line’s fleet to be deployed to the region for this five-year stint, Royal Caribbean managing director, Asia Pacific, Angie Stephen announced during a recent media showcase on board the ship at Port Klang, Selangor.

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