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Nickel and Dime All the Way!

Review for a Malaysia Cruise on Genting Dream

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newbiecruiser26
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

Chose it because of a offer from a friend, so it was cheaper than the listed price. Boarding was smooth, but we soon met a whole slew of little charges here and there throughout the cruise. Firstly, we had to queue to get a numbered table at The Lido buffet, unheard of on a cruise, supposedly for our 'dining comfort'. Later we knew why. If you went to a subsequent restaurant within the same ...
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Sail Date: September 2023

Traveled with children


Very bad and some good things

Review for a Asia Cruise on Genting Dream

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Cruisedelhi
6-10 Cruises • Age 40s

Lets talk about good things first 1. Clean cabins and good housekeeping support. 2. Okay okay food but long queues daily without any courtsey. After paying 1000 SGD for a night, you expect some smiles. 3. Good pool. 4. Great rides. 5. Casino was good 6. Free 2 bottle drinking water per night. Yes it is good if you are in this cruise. We paid for 4 pax but got only 2 bottles. ...
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Sail Date: June 2023

Traveled with children


Good, but can improve

Review for a Asia Cruise on Genting Dream

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Lilinnnn
2-5 Cruises • Age 20s

The Genting cruise line only accepts cash payments in Singapore dollars and hopes to accept more currencies. Most of the entertainment facilities require payment. Wi-Fi is not stable and also requires payment. Good thing The food is nice and good. The cabin is also comfortable... Overall enjoyed the trip with my family and friend. Most of the stuff is kind, but still has some rude ...
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Sail Date: January 2023

Traveled with children


Fun experience

Review for a Asia Cruise on World Dream

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mkato1027
First Time Cruiser • Age 30s

This is my first time to be on cruise and it was worth the money! We were a bit bored of staycation and many of my friends who went on cruise to nowhere recommended Dream Cruise 3 nights / 4 day. Here's my review: Pros: 1. There are 2 all-inclusive restaurants. Food quality is ok but the buffet has a variety of menus. 2. There are so many activities and no time to get bored! I recommend ...
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Sail Date: October 2021


Palace Suite Benefits

Review for a Asia Cruise on World Dream

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tomthecat
2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

We sailed on the World Dream in January 2021, as part of a limited cruise to nowhere sailing out of Singapore. We booked a Palace Suite but had a hard time finding information on the exact benefits, so sharing our experience here. SWAB TEST Online check-in prior to arrival is mandatory. You receive a 15-minute timeslot to arrive at Marina Bay Cruise Centre. You are directed to the swab test ...
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Sail Date: January 2021


cruise to nowhere

Review for a Asia Cruise on World Dream

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captaincruiser121
First Time Cruiser • Age 30s

I decided to take the cruise to nowhere as a quick getaway since leisure international travel was not possible with COVID. As a whole, I really enjoyed my first ever cruise experience. It was exciting to finally get away from Singapore and do something other than the predictable staycation. However, the mood was definitely dampened with the poor infection control throughout the whole experience. ...
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Sail Date: December 2020


Enjoyable and above my expectations

Review for a Asia Cruise on World Dream

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Travelling T
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

Took a short break just to get out of Singapore. Check-in : Ship sail is at 9pm. My Covid test was at 5pm. Covid test and check-in & immigration took less than 90 mins. We were on board the ship at about 630pm. Went to our room (Balcony Stateroom). It was nice and a good size too (bigger than some hotel rooms in HK that I have stayed in before). Comfortable bed, nice sofa. Good size ...
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Sail Date: November 2020


Not as good as expected

Review for a Australia & New Zealand Cruise on Explorer Dream

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RobD777
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We got a twin ocean view cabin for about $98/nite pp which was cheap for a 7 night Tasmania cruise from Sydney. Embarkation was relatively smooth - much better than P&O's amateurish efforts. Dream Cruises come from Asia and are basically geared to cater for the Asian market. This could explain some of the issues we encountered. About half of the passengers were asian. The ship was a bit "quirky" ...
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Sail Date: February 2020


Highly recommended to all friends and family.

Review for a Australia & New Zealand Cruise on Explorer Dream

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leungcritique
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

Our trip to Tasmaina and Eden through Explorer Dream was amazing, would definitely do another trip with them again! From the moment we step onboard with complementary drinks and friendly faces, we felt welcomed. Checked into our cabins, very well presented, we were delighted to find out that we had an upgrade to level 11, mid ship. Every thing was accessible and convenient. Housekeeping had ...
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Sail Date: February 2020


Very disappointing - never again

Review for a Australia & New Zealand Cruise on Explorer Dream

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RICHIE NZ
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

first time cruise - last time now this company. Welcome aboard - had to argue that we had pre-purchased a drinks package! Food was only ok - most days stale bread was delivered to the table. albeit the waiting staff were very pleasant and attentive. Spirits (drinks) watered down. Which i proved to the staff. The surcharges and additional fees are a total rip! Whilst I embrace ...
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Sail Date: February 2020


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