Arushi Sokhja
With travel restrictions finally loosening globally, leading cruises are expanding their presence. In the same line, luxury cruise ship Royal Caribbean She announced that she would sail from Asian countries. The brand has announced a lineup for Spectrum of the Seas 2023-2024, with cruises that will sail from Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan and Japan. Starting in Singapore, travelers can embark on 5, 7, 9 or 12 night cruises.
Royal Caribbean Spectrum
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With vengeful travelers returning to seek new experiences, the cruise ship decides to offer something new to its customers. These cruises will provide individuals with an opportunity to experience bustling Asian cities, traditional architecture and exotic landscapes. Abroad on the new cruise ships, one can expect to visit the cities of Hong Kong, Bangkok, Manila, Tokyo, Ho Chi Minh, Phuket, Osaka, and more.
The cruise list includes two 12-night sailing trips, meaning guests can visit up to seven destinations in three countries at once. Two consecutive long-distance single sails can be enjoyed for a 24-night only experience for the excitement of exploring new destinations. What’s Next? You can also opt for shorter three and four night cruises from Singapore that will visit Penang in Malaysia and Phuket in Thailand.
details of the trip
Royal Caribbean Asia cruises feature the brand’s first exclusive suite, which features luxurious suites in a private area located at the ship’s forward end. Not only do these provide stunning views, but they have added luxury benefits including exclusive floor access, access to private restaurants and designated lounge areas. And if you’re aboard Royal Caribbean with a family, opt for the Ultimate Family Suite – a multi-room getaway complete with indoor slides and a cinema, which also doubles as a karaoke stage.
Royal Caribbean Spectrum
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The ship also features Asia’s first Sky Pad, a virtual reality trampoline experience. A transformative venue with stunning 270-degree ocean views by day that transforms into a multi-dimensional theater by night. On top of that, you can enjoy a night of music at the karaoke bar, immerse yourself in the FlowRider surf simulator, or star-gaze at the North Star which is an all-glass capsule that offers unbeatable 360-degree views. And finally, for the excitement, make your way to RipCord by iFly – our first sky diving experience at sea.
Royal Caribbean Spectrum
Image Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
Royal Caribbean Spectrum
Image Courtesy: Royal Caribbean
Eating on board
Step into a culinary haven as you explore cuisines from around the world on board. With a variety of nineteen dining options, head to Hot Pot for an authentic Chinese dining experience or immerse yourself in Japanese cuisine at Teppanyaki. Savor a bold texture of authentic spices and flavors of Sichuan at Sichuan Red – a dining experience tailored to Spectrum. And don’t miss out on signature classics including fairytale wonderland, haute cuisine and aged beef at Chops Grille, and authentic country cuisine and handmade pasta at Jamie’s Italian.
Learn more and book your cruise over here
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