5 Reasons Why You Should Get Onboard Genting Dream Cruise

From a massive rock climbing wall to a dizzy nightclub, this cruise line has it all!

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There's a new luxury resort in town and it floats out to sea!

Introducing the latest Genting Dream, an inaugural cruise vessel from Genting Cruise Lines, that has since docked its nautical behind at Singapore's Marina Bay Cruise Centre. This also marks the first time Singapore is hosting a large-scale cruise ship for an extended period and the first homeport for Dream Cruises in Southeast Asia.

It is easy to see why Genting Dream is dubbed a luxurious floating integrated resort.

Heading to idyllic Southeast Asian venues such as North Bali, Surabaya, Koh Samui, Bangkok, Sihanoukville and Phuket, the massive vessel provides a sanctuary for those who are aboard with 142 suites, complemented by European style butler service, 35 culinary concepts serving up diverse cuisine and state-of-the-art facilities such as a 999-seat Zodiac Theatre where dazzling spectaculars take place. 

But the aforementioned features are just at the tip of the iceberg.

To better understand the extent of Genting Dream's opulence, here is a closer look at five main highlights onboard the cruise ship that'll send you packing.

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2. Adventure attractions and sport facilities

They say a cruise is like a floating town of lazy people. But onboard the Genting Dream, a flurry of activities awaits to get your off your toosh! For starters, the ship comes with a multipurpose rooftop sportsplex that allows you to play whatever sport the days calls for. But something more adventurous, head to the outdoor course of ropes and zip line, a rock-climbing wall and even a giant waterslide park filled with six slides of varying intensities.

A break from the adrenaline-pumping activities is hitting balls at the mini-golf course, knocking down pins at a glow-in-the-dark bowling alley and whacking a mole at the vibrant arcade arena.

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