Royal Caribbean Cruises ships will be returning to Singapore and Malaysia beginning the end of this month. Ships will be making stops in destination ports such as Penang and Port Klang.
Royal Caribbean Cruises stated today (June 2) that it will begin offering three- and four-night sailings in the region at the end of June. These itineraries will be aboard Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas ship.
Angie Stephen, Vice President and Managing Director, Asia-Pacific, Royal Caribbean International, stated the following, “After more than two years, the excitement from guests, both locals and fly cruisers, along with our travel partners is undeniable. Singapore is a top destination in and of itself, and its proximity to neighboring countries makes it easy to venture out and explore. There’s no better way to take full advantage of this than by taking a cruise, where guests can enjoy the ultimate combination of thrills, entertainment, dining and activities as the sails from one idyllic destination to the next on Spectrum of the Seas.”
This will be the first time in over two years, since March 2020, that cruise lines have sailed to destinations, leaving from Singapore.
“We are thrilled to be the first cruise line in Singapore to reconnect holiday-makers with Asia’s beautiful destinations once again. The vibrant and culture-rich cities of Penang and Kuala Lumpur have so much to offer, and that is only the beginning,” stated Angie Stephen.
(Onboard Spectrum of the Seas)
These cruise sailings with Royal Caribbean will begin on June 30, 2022.
Annie Chang, Director of Cruise, Singapore Tourism Board, said the following, “we have been working closely with various governments in Southeast Asia to align on cruise protocols and policies, and are excited to bring back port calls in Malaysia for sailings as a start. Port calls will provide more vacation options and we look forward to seeing more first-time and repeat cruisers in the coming year as more ports in the region open up.”
To view Royal Caribbean International’s sailings out of Singapore, click here.