Ad­ven­tures at sea

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - MATTA FAIR -

VOY­AGER of the Seas will be back in Sin­ga­pore in May for a spe­cial new sea­son of­fer­ing three-, four- and seven- night cruises.

As one of largest and most ex­cit­ing in the re­gion, the 15- deck ship is a true desti­na­tion on its own.

The ship of­fers a unique, lux­u­ri­ous and mem­o­rable hol­i­day ex­pe­ri­ence for cou­ples on a ro­man­tic get­away and best of all, their hon­ey­moon.

Re­gard­less of an ac­tive or re­laxed hol­i­day style, there’s a wide range of ameni­ties and ac­tiv­i­ties on­board that will suit ev­ery guest’s tastes and de­sires.

Top 5 rea­sons to cruise on Voy­ager of the Seas

> The Royal Prom­e­nade

is at the heart of the ship, lined with duty- free bou­tiques, a 24/ 7 cafe and live mu­sic en­ter­tain­ment.

It comes alive at night with en­er­getic street pa­rades filled with cos­tumed dancers, mu­sic and lights.

Not to be missed is one of its big­gest high­lights, the 70s Street Disco Party with the dancers groov­ing in the funki­est cos­tumes, and the Dream­Works Pa­rade for the young at heart.

The * full- sized sports court* al­lows ev­ery­one fun un­der the sun, with a game of bas­ket­ball or vol­ley­ball even at sea.

There’s also a mini- golf course, and for those who like to chal­lenge them­selves there is a sig­na­ture 9m- high rock- climb­ing wall.

Guests also need not wait for good windy con­di­tions to catch the per­fect wave on the FlowRider.

Whether you surf, boo­gie board or wake board, test your skills on the surf sim­u­la­tor or watch oth­ers take on the chal­lenge from the seats nearby.

No mat­ter what age you are, you’ll be highly en­ter­tained by favourite * Dream­Works En­ter­tain­ment* char­ac­ters, such as Shrek and Princess Fiona from Shrek, Alex the Lion from Mada­gas­car and Po from Kung Fu Panda, with pa­rades, photo op­por­tu­ni­ties around the ship and 3D movies.

> The Stu­dio B Ice Skat­ing Rink

ice shows fea­ture a cast of in­ter­na­tional pro­fes­sional skaters with jaw- drop­ping stunts and amaz­ing cos­tumes and back­drops.

Skat­ing hours are also avail­able to on­board guests at no charge – skates are pro­vided for.

> There are wide choices of de­lec­ta­ble cuisines

and a myr­iad of din­ing op­tions on­board to suit ev­ery taste bud.

Al­ready in­cluded in the fare are the three- tier Main Din­ing Room for fine din­ing and Wind­jam­mer Cafe buf­fet restau­rant, both serv­ing a wide va­ri­ety of in­ter­na­tional and Asian cuisines.

Also for a cover charge, you can en­joy spe­cialty restau­rants such as Chops Grille Steak­house of­fer­ing pre­mium cuts, qual­ity meats and fresh seafood in an up­scale, con­tem­po­rary set­ting, Gio­vanni’s Ta­ble for Ital­ian rus­tic- style cui­sine, and Johnny Rock­ets that comes with good old- fash­ioned burg­ers and fries in nos­tal­gic 50s decor, juke­boxes and singing and danc­ing waiters.

Or, en­joy sushi rolls and hot rock or ishi- yaki plates at Izumi Ja­panese Cui­sine.

You can also or­der room ser­vice round- the- clock and en­joy break­fast on the bal­cony or sup­per in the com­fort and pri­vacy of your state­room at no charge from 5am to mid­night.

Most of all, all meals in the main din­ing and buf­fet restau­rants, room ser­vice and most en­ter­tain­ment and ac­tiv­i­ties are in­cluded in the fare – giv­ing you * great value for money*.

Ex­pe­ri­ence the next gen­er­a­tion of cruise va­ca­tions this MATTA Fair at the Royal Caribbean In­ter­na­tional, PWTC Hall 2, Booths No. 2047 to 2049 or call 03- 7727 4835 for more in­for­ma­tion and reser­va­tions.

Voy­ager of the seas open deck.

dream­Works Pa­rade at The royal Prom­e­nade.

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