Cruise Name: Dream Cruise
Leaving from: Singapore
Departs: 17:00 hrs Can’t miss favourites onboard: 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 Quality entertainment You can treat yourself to stunning magic shows, music concerts, movies at 4d theatres and plenty of laughter.
Arrives: 13:00 hrs Departs: 21:00 hrs In Penang Penang is a fascinating fusion of East and West, with embraces modernity while retaining its traditions and old world charm from its lovely beaches and emerald green hills to a beautifully preserved heritage enclave till today.
Arrives: 07:00 hrs Departs: 16:00 hrs In Langkawi Just off the west coast of Malaysia, the popular tourist destination revolves around Langkawi Island, the largest of the 99 islands at 29 kilometres long and 16 kilometres wide. Besides, its astounding beaches, picturesque paddy fields and mountainous backdrop, the fact Langkawi is a duty-free zone makes serves as another major draw for visitors.
Arrives: 14:00 hrs In Singapore The famous Sentosa Island, a 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.
Things to do in Penang
Teddy Ville museum
1st of its kind in Malaysia, the teddy villa museum features the origins of the teddy bear and illustrate Penang’s history, cultures and modern-day tales through teddy bear exhibitions. From the vintage collection of the world’s first teddy bears to the modern-day life-sized bears, visitors will be able to learn about Penang through fun and engaging experience.
One of Penang’s most popular destinations, Batu Ferringhi consists of a long stretch of soft, white sandy beaches along a winding road named Jalan Batu Ferringhi, while its waters are popular spots for a range of water sports activities such as parasailing, jet skiing and windsurfing.
Yahong art Gallery
Yahong Art Gallery houses many of the world-renowned batik artist Chuah Thean Teng’s original batik paintings. The gallery also showcases handicrafts, jewellery, antiques and artwork by other famous artists in watercolour, Chinese ink and oil.
Penang is rated as one of Asia’s best street food destinations, which offers a mix of traditional Malay, Chinese and Indian dishes as well as Peranakan cuisine.
Batu Ferringhi Night market has over 100 stalls, offering clothes, bags, decorative lacquer plates, embroidered pillowcases and souvenirs. Remember to bargain for a good price for your wished items.
Things to do in Langkawi
Langkawi Sky Bridge
Langkawi Sky Bridge is a 125-meter curved pedestrian cable-stayed bridge, located 660 Mts above sea level at the peak of Gunung Mat Chinchang. Reach the bridge by taking a cable car to the top station and enjoy the walk and wonderful city views.
This beautiful parkland spreading over 20 hectares of the area has been themed on folklore and myths from the prehistoric era to the modern times of Langkawi.
Also known as Eagle Square, Dataran Lang is one of Langkawi’s best-known man-made attractions, a large sculpture of an eagle poised to take flight. A sight that greets visitors the Island via ferry, the 12-meter tall statue is one of the island’s most instantly recognisable monuments.
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.
Cruise Package Inclusions
- Air fares
- Visa charges
- Cruise Accommodation
- All Meals
- Cruise terminal transfer
- Onboard entertainment
Cruise Package Exclusions
- Cruise tax
- Shore excursion tickets