SUPERSTAR Gemini, one of Star Cruises’ popular cruise ships, returns to Malaysia from Nov 5 this year to April 28, 2019.
For those eager to take the next cruise or wondering what a cruise vacation is like, Star Cruises is an ideal vacation option with loved ones for the upcoming school holidays, year-end and New Year celebrations as well as festive seasons.
It is going to be a bigger experience with more fun as passengers board the 13-storey SuperStar Gemini from Port Klang, Penang and Langkawi in Malaysia, as well as Phuket in Thailand – all well-connected travel hubs with easy access and convenience for travellers across the region.
SuperStar Gemini offers an affordable all-inclusive experience that takes travellers from one destination to another.
It offers round-trip cruise itineraries such as a 4D/3N Phuket/Langkawi cruise or 4D/3N Phuket/Penang cruise, a 5D/4N Phuket/Krabi/Penang cruise as well as a 3D/2N Singapore cruise.
Alternatively, there is a 4D/3N Port Klang/Phuket round-trip cruise itinerary from Penang, available on selected departure dates.
The featured destinations offer a kaleidoscope of different adventures and experiences.
Passengers can look forward to a wide selection of food and beverages, including Asian and international cuisines from award-winning chefs on board.
The cruise ship also offers an extensive range of programmes and facilities such as live performances, various recreational and sports centres and spa.
Star Cruises is currently offering a series of promotions with prices starting as low as RM999 per passenger for cruises.
Travellers can also enjoy special offers until Sept 30.
“As part of Genting Cruise Lines, Star Cruises is excited to be back home in Malaysia to offer local and international guests a fresh, unique and exciting experience with SuperStar Gemini.
“With multiple home ports, including Port Klang, Penang, Langkawi and Phuket, we want to make it more convenient for more guests, including via the Fly-Cruise packages, to discover the joy of cruising to multiple destinations,” said Star Cruises president Ang Moo Lim.