Cruising in Singapore during this pandemic has not been possible a part for very few cruises operated here and there, despite that, once the tickets for future cruises have been available from their respective cruise liners, they again become so popular that not only the big name in cruise ships are selling their tickets in full but also smaller and local ships can operate as low-budget alternatives to the more expensive European and American liners. These lesser-known Asian cruise operators can often provide first-rate amenities and at times, even better customer service.
As mentioned in the introduction, one of the most popular cruise liners that had planned a resuming on serving Singapore is the Carnival Cruise Lines. Its ships have served the Asian side of the world for many years. On board, passengers can expect to enjoy all of the exotic Asian cuisine on offer as well as many excursions that highlight local culture. Many of the ship’s activities are centered around food as the crew serves up delicious traditional fare to passengers and visitors.
Unfortunately after a welcomed resume to cruising in Singapore also Carnival had to change its course and decided to take another break up until November 2021. Ticket holders can still reschedule or get a refund in full. If you plan to wait until November 2021 and get you well deserved cruise here are the Port of Call:
Carnival cruise ships normally sail to:
- 2 Night Bintan Island Getaway Cruise
- 3 Night Penang Cruise
- 3 Night Port Klang Cruise
- 4 Night Penang & Phuket Cruise
- 4 Night Port Klang & Phuket
- 5 Night Port Klang, Penang & Phuket Cruise
When visiting Singapore, make sure to check out the Sentosa Island. This is well worth taking to see the scenery and wildlife that are only found in Asia. On arrival, there are a number of guided Singapore tours available to the tourist. The tour guides are able to answer any questions you may have about Sentosa and the surrounding area and can even suggest some things to do onsite.
For those looking for more excitement while cruising to Singapore, head over to the Underwater World. Here, tourists can swim with the dolphins, watch the sharks swim by, or simply enjoy the water. The Underwater World is the world’s largest indoor water park and is open year-round. If you want to get wet, have fun and make some souvenirs Underwater World is the place to go.
If you would like to see more of Singapore’s history, then you should definitely consider visiting the Chinatown. There are many historic temples here and it is the perfect place to get a glimpse into Singapore’s colonial history.
While aboard your cruise ship, there will be many opportunity to participate in the onboard entertainment, cabaret, and many other activities offered by your cruise ship.
Cruising in Singapore is a fun and educational way to experience the world. With so many sights to see and places to explore, you might even want to be back every year for another round of entertainment.
After your Singapore cruise, be sure to take in the world-famous Singapore River and its many islands.