HONG KONG —
Royal Caribbean International’s Legend of the Seas will be returning to Singapore for her last season this October, to complete her long-running Asian deployment next April.
The ship will be featuring a mix of popular and new Southeast Asian itineraries from Singapore including new ports-of-call Kota Kinabalu of Malaysia and Bandar Seri Begawan of Brunei.
In celebration of Legend of the Seas’ sixth consecutive season in Singapore starting from Oct 31 until April 1, 2013, Royal Caribbean International will be rolling out a variety of distinct itineraries ranging from two to seven nights to Malacca, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi and Phuket.
Highlights of this season include the 4 and 5- night festive cruises for Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year, the new 7-night Borneo Explorer Cruise to exotic Kota Kinabalu and Bandar Seri Begawan. Also back by popular demand is the 5-night Bangkok and Koh Samui Cruise.
Prior to her arrival in Singapore, Legend of the Seas will be featuring interesting North Asian itineraries of 4 to 9 nights out from Yokohama and Shanghai from September to October.
Highlights are the 9-Night Russia & Hokkaido Cruise to Russia’s Vladivostok and for the first time, Japan’s Muroran and Kushiro, and the Mid Autumn Cruise which offers moon cakes for guests.
There are also cruises from Yokohama to Shanghai and from Shanghai to Hong Kong that visit a mix of Japanese and Chinese destinations.
Her Hong Kong season in October will line up itineraries to Taiwan, Vietnam and China for instance at Manila, Taipei, Halong Bay and Sanya and new ports-of-call Boracay and Kota Kinabalu.
Onboard the feature-packed Legend of the Seas, vacationers can look forward to a wide variety of entertainment and relaxation choices, such as the brand’s signature 9-meter rock-climbing wall offering an incredible view of the sea, and a miniature golf course, ideal for the whole family.
In addition, one can savor the wide variety of mouth-watering international cuisine with Asian selections while enjoying the sea view from the two-tier glass-walled Romeo and Juliet Dining Room, watch dazzling musicals and dance performances, or relax in the Solarium indoor pool that comes with glass roof.
As for the younger guests, they will be entertained by the complimentary Adventure Ocean activities for multiple age groups.
Asia Travel Tips