Five, seven, nine, or twelve-night cruises leave from Singapore and stop at Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Japan. Travelers can see up to seven Asian locations spread over three nations on a 12-night trip. Visitors have the option of doing a 24-night trip back-to-back to Vietnam’s Denang, Nha Trang, Mount Fuji, Tokyo, and Osaka. The ship contains a FlowRider surf simulator, Asia’s first virtual reality bungee trampoline, and sea-based skydiving with RipCord by iFly. Bangkok, Phuket, Ho Chi Minh, Manila, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Osaka are all destinations for cruises. The ship contains 10 jacuzzis, four pools, a theater, and a karaoke bar. Guests staying in “luxury suites” at the front of the ship have access to exclusive restaurants and lounges as well as floors. Additionally, three- and four-night voyages from Singapore to Penang and Phuket are provided by the cruise line operator. Angie Stephen, VP/MD of Royal Caribbean International’s Asia-Pacific division, praised the brand-new Asian excursions.

Tourists came back during Royal Caribbean’s first year-round season in Singapore. Demand has increased as they have returned to foreign shores. People want to go on our trip so they can start thinking about next year. Travelers can enjoy unique adventures and a hassle-free getaway on Spectrum of the Seas without having to worry about onerous rules and regulations. 19 restaurants provide international food. Chinese cuisine is served at “Hot Pot,” Japanese cuisine is served at “Teppanyaki,” authentic Sichuan cuisine is served at “Sichuan Red,” “signature classics” are served at “Wonderland,” aged beef is served at “Chops Grille,” and pasta is served at “Jamie’s Italian.” Tickets for Spectrum of the Seas are available. Asia will be visited by Royal Caribbean’s “Spectrum of the Seas” in 2023 and 2024.

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