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Why settle for one cruise destination when you can have more?

Why settle for one cruise destination when you can have more?

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For couples, Royal Caribbean’s new Spectrum of the Seas cruise has all you need for a romantic getaway. The largest cruise ship in Asia, it delivers a series of firsts. Onboard, RipCord by iFly is the first skydiving experience at sea, allowing you to enjoy the thrill and exhilaration of skydiving in a safe, controlled, simulated environment. Sky Pad offers a bungee trampoline adventure that uses virtual reality to transport you out of this world.

For more, take in the ultimate sea views on the North Star – the world’s highest observation capsule on a cruise ship – and witness the majestic beauty of the ocean. Then wind down and relax at the adults-only Solarium, a sanctuary offering open views of the ocean, where you can relax in one of its pools and sip refreshing cocktails in the lounge area.

If your new year resolutions include picking up a new hobby, the ship offers several fun-filled opportunities – whether you want a relaxing or thrilling vacation. Fashion jewellery with beads and stones or pick up scrapbooking skills to start that travel journal. Learn the basics of archery or enrol in salsa, hip hop, swing and ballroom dance lessons. Spur your relationship to new heights by clambering up the ship’s 12m rock wall, or catch waves on the FlowRider surf simulator.

Complimentary dishes range from a rotating menu of gourmet courses in the Main Dining Room (so there’s always something new to eat) to the Windjammer (paninis, pastries, buttermilk fried chicken and Vietnamese braised pork included).

For an intimate epicurean journey, the ship’s Chef de Cuisine serves up delicious scallop carpaccio and Maine lobsters – paired with wine, of course – at the exclusive Chef’s Table. If molecular gastronomy’s more your taste, Wonderland offers Insta-worthy creations like crispy crab cones topped with fluffy avocado mousse, or gazpacho served with pepper spheres and bread foam. For a taste of Asia, enjoy a spicy kick at Sichuan Red and comfort fare at The Hot Pot.


With the return of multiple-port-of-call travel, Royal Caribbean is ready to start the year with a bang. And what better way to welcome this year’s Chinese New Year celebrations than with a Royal Ang Bao sale?

Families will want to catch the last call for Kids Cruise Free* in June. Book a cruise for the June holidays by Jan 31 and adults can also enjoy 50-per-cent off* regular cruise fares and instant savings of up to S$550*.

Best of all, passengers can easily visit regional attractions on their bucket lists. Experience the nostalgic charm of UNESCO heritage area George Town before unwinding at the world-famous beaches of Thailand with the Penang-Phuket cruise. Or explore the bay of Nha Trang in Vietnam before wandering the cities of Ho Chi Minh and Bangkok. Longer cruises are also making a comeback and Royal Caribbean’s introducing a mix of new five-to-12-night cruises to whisk adventurers to far-flung destinations in Hong Kong, Japan, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam.

Whether you’re planning an escape with your better half or a long-overdue family holiday, choosing your perfect holiday destination just became a lot easier with Royal Caribbean.

Ready for that big vacation break? Call 6305 0033 or visit RoyalCaribbean.com.sg and get ready to set sail.

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