Sail off on a dreamy holiday


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  • Thursday, 05 Sep 2019

Embark on a journey to Japan or Vietnam aboard World Dream, the sister ship of Genting Dream, which currently homeports in Hong Kong.

IF you are looking for a new, refreshing holiday experience to enjoy with your loved ones, choose Genting Cruise Lines for an introduction to a series of Dream Cruises vacations. And thanks to the Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) KL Travel Fair 2019 held at the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) from Sept 6-8, amazing deals await your discovery.

Purpose-built for the Asian market, Genting Dream, the first ship of the fleet, debuted in November 2016, with her sister ship World Dream joining in November 2017, offering guests cruising from Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Singapore the highest levels of service, as measured by crew to passenger ratio, and most spacious comfort as measured by gross tonnes per lower berth.

Further expanding the Dream Cruises family, Explorer Dream joined in 2019 with homeports in Shanghai, Dalian and Tianjin during summer and Australia and New Zealand in winter.

Construction has also started in Germany on the 204,000 gross tonne Global Class ship that will join the fleet in early 2021.

Genting Cruise Lines offers attractive Dream Cruises promotions across its world-class fleet, the Genting Dream and her sister ship, World Dream, as well as Explorer Dream, which is the latest addition to the Dream Cruises family.

Vacationers from Malaysia can choose to embark on a cruise vacation with Dream Cruises aboard Genting Dream, which is homeported year-round in Singapore.

Relax and enjoy a seamless cruise journey with a great variety of on-board amenities and entertainment.

Sports enthusiasts and those seeking outdoor fun will be delighted to spend time at the sports and recreation facilities.Sports enthusiasts and those seeking outdoor fun will be delighted to spend time at the sports and recreation facilities.

Guests can choose from an array of accommodation (over 70% with balconies) and for maximum luxury, vacationers can pamper themselves at “The Palace” – an exclusive “ship-within-a-ship” concept with European-style butler service and private amenities.

Prepare to be spoilt with over 35 restaurant and bar concepts, including Hot Pot where guests can enjoy a delicious steamboat meal outdoors, overlooking the scenic ocean; sample Seafood Grill and Prime Steakhouse by renowned Australian celebrity chef Mark Best’s first-ever dining outlet at sea; or savour traditional Japanese dishes with a modern twist at Umi Uma, just to name a few.

Sports enthusiasts and those seeking outdoor fun will be delighted to spend time at the sports and recreation facilities, which includes the Waterslide Park with six mega waterslides, the SportsPlex, the 18-deck zip-line, the Rock Climbing Wall and more.

Not to be missed are the award-winning entertainment and live production shows, as well as Dream Cruises’ signature theme “Dream Night” with Asia’s exclusive “Fireworks at Sea”, as well as fun nights partying at the internationally acclaimed Zouk at Sea on board the ship.

Feeling enticed? Here’s your chance to enjoy a Dream Cruises vacation with Genting Dream at a special rate.

The Genting Dream MATTA promotions include “Buy 1 Free 1”, “Kids Cruise Free”, “Free Cabin Upgrade” and many other attractive offers for 2019 and 2020 sailings.

For Explorer Dream, Genting Cruise Lines will be offering various Australia and New Zealand sailings from Oct 2019 to Feb 2020 from as low as RM1,636 per person.

Embark on a journey to Japan or Vietnam aboard World Dream, the sister ship of Genting Dream, which currently homeports in Hong Kong.

Dream Cruises will be offering a series of special promotions exclusively for 2N weekend cruise and 5N cruise from Hong Kong to Naha and Miyakojima (Okinawa) or Danang and Ha Long Bay (Vietnam) or Manila and Subic Bay (Philippines).

For details on Dream Cruises, visit booths 3001-3002 during the MATTA Fair Kuala Lumpur 2019. Or visit dreamcruiseline.com and follow them on Facebook at fb.com/dreamcruisesmalaysia


   

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