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Cruise to Nowhere with Dream Cruises

Cruise to Nowhere with Dream Cruises

Updated:
February 22, 2021
Image: Dream Cruises

Go on a super Seacation with Dream Cruises on board the World Dream ship.

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With ships sailing at reduced capacities, now is as good a time as ever to go on a cruise.

Dream Cruises' Cruise to Nowhere packages start from as little as 2 nights so they're perfect for families that are looking for a short getaway.

Voted the "Best Cruise Line for Family" in the Travel Weekly Asia 2019 Readers' Choice Awards, parents can be assured that there'll be plenty of activities to keep the family and kids occupied.

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Activities on Board

You'll find plenty of entertainment onboard the World Dream ship, from outdoor facilities such as the waterslide park and rock climbing wall, to indoor recreation such as the arcade and VR rides.

Most activities are already included in the cruise price so you just need to pick and choose the ones you want to do.

Outdoor Activities

You can try your hand at many exciting outdoor options if you're feeling adventurous or just want to get some sun.

Waterslide Park

Get the adrenaline pumping by speeding down slippery slides that tower high above the ocean.

Choose from six slides, from easy going chutes for families, to steep drops for the thrill seekers!

Ropes Course

Take on the challenge of navigating the outdoor ropes course then catch a ride on the thrilling zipline which sits 18 decks above the ocean.

Kids can choose to "walk the plank" at the same height for a similar challenge.

Rock Climbing Wall

Put your strength and agility to the test at the rock Climbing wall.

The wall is suitable for kids and beginners as well as the difficulty is at a manageable level.

Main Pool Deck

Chill by the pool or relax in one of the four jacuzzis.

SportsPlex

A large outdoor court where you can play sports such as basketball, tennis, and archery, as well as games such as bubble soccer and  giant snooker.

Mini-Golf

A nine-hole putting course with a splendid ocean backdrop.

Indoor Entertainment

For those that are more into indoor entertainment and games, there are many options to choose from as well.

Esc Experience Lab

Experience exciting VR experiences such as riding a rollercoaster and soaring over mountains.

You may forget that you're still on a ship!

Esport Arena

The world's first permanent eSports facility at sea, the Esport Arena features state of the art professional level equipment in a 1,700 sq ft facility.

The giant 4K LED Wall will take you to a level of immersive viewing experience that you won't get at home.

Arcade

Video game lovers can look forward to the latest games at the arcade.

Activities just for kids

Aside from the recreational facilities, there are tons of activities for kids so parents won't have to worry about keeping them happy and occupied.

Little Dreamers Academy at Sea

The signature program of Dream Cruises for kids aged 2-12, it offers an action-packed itinerary of STEAM education activities including the LEGO BOOST Robot Coding Basic Workshop and Advance Maze Challenge, as well as music and storytelling sessions.

Little Dreamers Club

Kids can enjoy different kinds of activities with supervision from professionally trained child care staff so parents get the chance to take a well deserved break too!

Little Dreamers Club (Indoors)

Little Dreamers Club (outdoors)

Junior Talent Shows

Is your child a natural performer? Kids from ages 5-16 can now showcase their talents and be a star on board.

Shows

Be treated to a multitude of entertaining shows such as live music and dance productions, as well as a mystifying magic show from renowned European illusionist Vincent Vignaud.

You also won't want to miss the spectacular fireworks and laser show display - Asia's one and only fireworks and laser show at sea!

Cinema at Sea

Movie buffs can look forward to enjoying the latest blockbusters at various locations on board such as the Zodiac Theatre and Zouk Beach Club.

The Zodiac Theatre features the latest 3D blockbuster flicks, complete with Dolby hi-fidelity surround sound and 3D glasses.

The Zodiac Theatre, which is also used for shows and performances.

For a more chill out experience, head to the Zouk Beach Club, a one-of-a-kind outdoor beach club where you can watch movies under the stars on a giant LED Screen.

Dining

One of the things that everyone looks forward to on cruises is the food!

And with over 25 dining areas with cuisine ranging from Chinese and South East Asian to Japanese, Korean, and International, you'll be spoilt for choice. Just remember to pace yourself!

Enjoy hot pot on an outdoor deck with the ocean as the backdrop, accompanied by cool sea breezes.

Kick back and enjoy the ocean view at Palm Court.

Halal Friendly

Families looking for a Halal friendly experience will be glad to know that the World Dream is Asia Pacific's first Halal friendly cruise ship.

The Lido, one of World Dream's most popular on board restaurants, offers a dedicated Halal and vegetarian buffet section. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and has a 24/7 snack corner, so you'll be able to savour a wide variety of Halal cuisine at sea.

In-room Halal-certified dining services are available as well.

In addition, there are a whole host of muslim friendly facilities and amenities on board including a prayer room, with quran, prayer mats, and compass available on request.

Rooms

There are basically four types of rooms starting from the Interior Stateroom to the most luxurious Palace villas and suites.

Interior Stateroom

While you don't get any ocean views at the Interior Staterooms, they are still very comfortable.

Oceanview Stateroom

Oceanview Staterooms give you a panoramic view of the ocean.

Balcony Stateroom

Balcony Staterooms let you admire the sea from your own private balconies.

The Palace

The highest tier is The Palace which offers an ultra luxe cruising experience.

Image Credits: Dream Cruises

Lunar New Year celebrations on World Dream

From: 27 Jan - 18 Feb 2021

Dream Cruises is celebrating Lunar New Year with a host of fun activities on board World Dream.

Get to experience fun traditions of China, Japan, and South East Asia such as:

  • Chinese Opera Sharing by renowned Opera Singer Yimo*, a renowned stage performer who excels in the mastery of Dan, the portrayal of female roles.
  • Traditional Dragon Dance with God of Fortune Appearance (10th – 16th February only)
  • Chinese Good Luck Knot Tutorial
  • Make A Wish Lantern Workshop
  • Japanese Daruma Painting: The Daruma doll is a symbol of good fortune in Japan, create your own lucky emblem and be blessed for the whole year
  • Lucky Daruma Otoshi* Challenge with Circus Acrobat team IMFERA
  • Thai Boxing Experience
  • Feng Shui tips and the forecast for 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs from a renowned Feng Shui Master.

Selected sailings only

Lunar New Year is not complete without all that glorious food so guests can also look forward to a rich selection of Lunar New Year specialty dishes.

A complimentary banquet will be served on Lunar New Year’s Eve with a symbolically auspicious menu of Yusheng for prosperity, soup with fish and abalone for double happiness, Fa Cai with pork knuckle for wealth, steamed whole fish for abundance, and sweet glutinous balls that symbolize family reunion.

Image Credits: Dream Cruises
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