Dream Cruises entered the Asian cruise market in 2017 with their brand new ships - the Genting Dream and World Dream. Their goal is to redefine cruising around the Asian region and feature authentic Asian cuisine and hospitality as well as successfully integrating the finest world wide experiences. The Genting Dream is sailing now and comes in at an impressive 151,300 tonnes and 18 decks.
Dream Cruises will be seen visiting the popular hot spots of Asia including places such as Naha, Miyakojima, Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Penang, Phuket, Surabaya and North Bali with sailing in and out of major hubs like Singapore and Hong Kong. Your dining options onboard include Chinese, South East Asian, Japanese and a host of International flavours can be found at the Genting Club Restaurant and Bistro by Mark Best.
Taking the first step to evolve Dream Cruises into “Asia’s Global Cruise Line” by sailing outside Asian waters, from October 2019, Explorer Dream will homeport in Sydney and Auckland where she will embark on 21 seven-night weekly itineraries.
Dream Cruises have a large range of stateroom options which are all calm and balance modern day elegance with total tranquility. Onboard they have over 70% of their staterooms featuring a balcony and over 100 connecting suites enabling families and groups to travel together. Your full range of stateroom options are Inside, Oceanview, Balcony, Balcony Deluxe, Palace Suite, Dream Suite, Dream Deluxe Suite, Dream Executive Suite and the Garden Penthouse.
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