Resorts World Cruises' Genting Dream is the first ship to home-port in Kuala Lumpur.
The recently launched Resorts World Cruises has become the first cruise line to add Kuala Lumpur as a home port.
Its vessel, Genting Dream, is set to beging cruising from the Malaysian capital from July 18.
Resorts World Cruises also counts Singapore as a home port; sailings launched from the city in June.
The cruise line will be offering two-night cruises between the two cities, departing from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore on Thursdays and Saturdays. The return route from Singapore will run on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Passengers can opt for a one-way trip or a return cruise.
New cruise options
Three-night cruises will depart Kuala Lumpur for Penang and Singapore on Mondays. And from July 22, Resorts World Cruises will be relaunching its two-night weekend High Seas Weekend Getaway cruises departing on Friday evenings. Embarkation in Kuala Lumpur will be from Port Klang.
In terms of accommodation, Genting Dream offers Interior Staterooms, Oceanview and Balcony Suites and ‘The Palace’ accommodation with exclusive facilities and a 24-hour butler service.
There is also a wide variety of dining options, a 1,000-seat ‘Zodiac’ theatre, a water park with pool and six waterslides, a rope course and ziplines and a rock climbing wall.
All passengers must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and must take a self-paid Antigen Rapid Test (lateral flow test) one day before departure.
“Resorts World Cruises is excited to take the lead for the cruise sector to boost the in- and outbound tourists for Singapore,” said Michael Goh, president of Resorts World Cruises.
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