Cruise Name - Dream Cruise
Leaving from - Singapore
Departs from Singapore at 21:00 hrs. Overnight sailing.
Arrives: 9:00 hrs Departs: 20:00 hrs In Melaka Hail a cab from the port to the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Zone- see 17th- century Cheng Hoon Teng Chinese Temple, and checkout Melaka Sultanate Palace with ornate wood carvings and featuring numerous dioramas. Take an easy walk along with the bustling weekend markets, heritage architecture or tour the city in the famous flamboyant trishaws.
Arrives: 10:00 hrs In Singapore The famous Sentosa Island, the haven of entertainment is where the Singapore Cruise Centre sits that provides a whole day of fun activities, has high-end restaurants and beaches. Well, that gives you the reason to arrive a couple of hours early to enjoy some time before you cruise off from Singapore. The cruise port is just 20 minutes drive from Changi airport and 10 minutes away from the city centre. Laid-back and outdoorsy, Singapore is a city to get active in.
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With different types of sports, movies, live shows, and water activities, start your day feeling like your home and get more active on the ship.
Play a round of Mini Golf
There is a contoured, 9-hole mini-golf course to test. A day at sea is the perfect time to indulge in a round of mini-golf.
Indoor Games for the playful spirits
Have some fun with a game of basketball or volleyball or shoot goals on the international waters with a multipurpose sports court.
Take a chill pill at the poolside
Raise a glass of mojito in the pool to cool off and splash around
You can treat yourself to stunning magic shows, music concerts, movies at 4d theatres and plenty of laughter.
Things to do in Melaka
Melaka is known for its street food. Snack on rice balls filled with chicken. Pancakes and waffles. Experience the region’s traditional delicacy called cendol, shaved ice cream with coconut milk with jellies and palm sugar.
The island’s fairly large and packs in a lot of encounters and experiences. Jonker Walk Night market is one of the best places to shop, which is open from Friday to Sunday - look for a selection of antiques and local souvenirs and handicrafts. Check out items like electronics and clothes in the market.
Things to do in Singapore
Hit the beaches- Siloso, Palawan, and Tanjong- as well as the casinos, shops, theme parks and restaurants.
Ascend to the top of Marina Bay Sands to the Sands SkyPark, where you can sip a Singapore Sling and scan the city skyline.
World’s tallest Ferris wheel
Take a ride on the Singapore Flyer - the world’s tallest Ferris wheel - and be rewarded with panoramic views of the city and as far as Indonesia and Malaysia.
With countless restaurants to choose from, savour cuisines from Thailand, Malaysia, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, French, American and other cuisines all over.
There are some notable flagships, whether you are looking for high-end boutiques or the local shops throughout the city allowing visitors to experience the best of both worlds - the boutique mall surrounding and the exploratory shopping. Singapore is a shopper’s paradise, with the high-end designer march on Orchard Road, vintage shops on Haji Lane, electronics at Sim Lim Square and other spots to shop.
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