Posted on September 10, 2019 at 1:37 am

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5 of the best cruises you can choose from for a Singapore cruise

Cruising is one of the best options for travellers seeking a vacation that gives them abundant entertainment, limitless fun, several activities to partake in, and various destinations to explore – all in a single trip! And of course, you will also be pampered the entire time you are on-board.

In the last few years, Singapore has become a favoured cruise destination and is also one of the major departure points for exotic destinations like Thailand, Malaysia, China, and Vietnam– in fact, it is the biggest cruise port in Asia!

Many of the leading cruise liners globally operate in and out of Singapore. Hence, the world’s best cruise packages have Singapore as their boarding point or listed somewhere among the resting ports. Singapore is known for its top-notch services in regards to accommodation, sightseeing, miscellaneous facilities, shore excursion, and the never-ending fun that’ll leave you both enraptured and relaxed! This contributes to the immensely high number of cruise bookings for Singapore cruise each year.

Prepare to dive into a world full of adventure and opulence with these Singapore cruise tours:

Cruises around the world
Cruises around the world
  • The Voyager of Seas – Royal Caribbean International

With 6 bars, an ice-skating rink, 3 pools and whirlpools, a Laser Tag game, two Water slides, a Surf simulator, and a rock-climbing wall, the extremely popular International liner, Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas, has it all! You are sure to be pampered at the state-of-the-art spa, and the duty-free shopping at the designer boutiques is the icing on the cake. This cruise ship from Royal Caribbean International is the ultimate family-friendly cruise ship. It comes with several specially designed activities for children of all ages as well as for adults to participate in. These cruises from Singapore are available to destinations like Thailand and Malaysia, and you can choose one of these Singapore cruise packages for a minimum of 3 or more nights. Interested in Phuket’s fancy island-hopping or trekking through the Langkawi’s rainforest? With Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas and its various shore excursions, there’s never going to be a boring moment as you voyage aboard the Voyager of the Seas from Singapore!

  • Quantum of the Seas – Royal Caribbean International

Asia’s largest and most revolutionary cruise ship, Quantum of the Seas from Royal Caribbean is redefining the luxury cruise experience. Set to be home-ported in Singapore anywhere between 2019 and 2020, the people interested in this Singapore cruise tour will be extremely happy to know that this is going to be the cruise line’s longest-ever deployment from Singapore. A ship of the Quantum class commands the size, the innovative amenities and the capability to completely reform cruising in Asia. And well, it would do exactly that!

Quantum of the Seas  will surprise you with a variety of luxurious cabins including the new “virtual balcony cabins”, many culinary expertized restaurants like the British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s restaurant, a DreamWorks themed restaurant, a bionic bar, some exceptional simulator games, a Royal Theatre, and so much more! Amazing would be an understatement of what Quantum of the Seas will feel like!

  • Sapphire Princess – Princess Cruises

Ever known what stepping into the lap of luxury feels like? The Sapphire Princess from Princess Cruises is exactly what that would feel like! With the best and most extravagant amenities of a floating four-star and more, you get to stay in a plush balcony suite, watch movies at an outdoor movie theatre, and tie the knot at a wedding chapel!(We know that the last one sounds outlandish, but this is for those who live an impromptu life.)

If you are fine with a slightly higher Singapore cruise price, which is justified by the top-notch facilities and opulence that you can experience, then there’s absolutely no better way to explore Asia than Princess Cruises! There are about a dozen packages that you can choose from; however, if you are feeling venturesome, you should go with the Southeast Asia package. This extraordinary 11-day cruise drops its anchors in Vietnam, Malaysia, and Thailand.

  • SuperStar Gemini – Star Cruises

If you are prioritizing on getting reasonable prices for your Singapore cruise, the SuperStar Gemini from Star Cruises, a perennial favourite of Singaporeans, is one of the best options for you to cruise the Asian seas. The SuperStar Gemini comes in with 2 to 5 nights cruising options; all of which tread to Malaysia. But there is just so much to enjoy on this Singapore cruise tour! From the open deck barbecue to the karaoke lounge and the 24-hour casino, you are most certainly going to stay entertained as you set sail for Malacca or Penang. If you are a newbie to the cruising world, cruising aboard the SuperStar Gemini is surely one of the best ways to discover what all that the hype is about!

Disclaimer: You are likely to get addicted!

  • Azamara Quest – Azamara Club Cruises

If you are looking for a cruising experience that is truly unique, then Azamara Quest from Azamara Club Cruises should be your go-to option. Azamara Cruises have established themselves as a cruise line that specializes in longer duration cruises that offer bespoke and authentic excursions. This allows you to completely immerse yourself in the sounds and sights of the local culture of the place you are visiting. A lot of these Singapore cruise bookings are done from India as well. If you wish to go all out for the full royal treatment, you can book Azamara’s divinely decadent club suite which grants you special services, including those of an English-trained butler!

The Singapore cruise tours that have been listed above can make for an amazing way to spend your vacations in the best and most lavish and comfortable way. Get your bookings done as soon as you can and sail upon the majestic Asian seas towards interesting destinations. Enjoy the places you visit and the journey you have set sail on.