Dream Cruises Making new waves
Asia’s luxury cruise line has launched a new ship and unveiled a raft of exciting new itineraries around the region
This month, Dream Cruises is celebrating the launch of its second luxury cruise liner, World Dream, debuting in her homeports in Hong Kong and Guangzhou.
Like her sister ship, Genting Dream, the 18-deck, 151,300-ton craft has been purpose-built to deliver an international cruise experience to confident, independent-minded Asian travellers.
Enjoy luxury accommodations at this high-end resort at sea, with 70 per cent of cabins featuring a private balcony. Or for a truly lavish experience, the “ship within a ship” concept, Dream Palace, features two floors of suites with European butler service and special privileges such as private pool, spa and gym, priority check-in, bespoke concierge service and city shuttle transfers.
Building on the reputation set by her predecessor, World Dream will offer world-class entertainment and recreational facilities to appeal to multigenerational guests. This includes a state-of-the-art virtual reality and game zone, exhilarating zipline over the ocean, dazzling laser and fireworks displays, new signature shows including a hot Latin ballroom extravaganza, expanded duty-free shopping, and more.
After a busy day, relax with innovative treatments at Crystal Life Spa before heading for dinner at one of the 35 restaurants and bar concepts, which include a new Vintage Room chef table in partnership with Penfolds Wine. These premium venues showcase flavours from around the world combined with authentic Asian hospitality.
World Dream will debut with exciting five-night voyages to the Philippines and Vietnam, allowing guests to escape the winter blues with sun-drenched, exotic adventures. Itineraries will encompass varied destinations from the buzzing metropolis of Manila to the famous white beaches of Boracay and from the cultural hub of Ho Chi Minh to the tropical seaside resort of Nha Trang.
Expanding Dream Cruises’ footprint, pioneering sister ship Genting Dream will be relocating its home port to Singapore this month, with new itineraries to Bali, Surabaya, Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Phuket. There is also an exciting new line-up of onboard activities including a traditional European Christmas market to complement existing favourites like the magical Mermaid Academy.
Dream Cruises T: +852 2317 7711 (Hong Kong) T: +65 6808 2288 (Singapore) E: email@example.com W: www.dreamcruiseline.com