We chose this cruise for the itinerary and an opportunity to try Azamara. We were very satisfied with everything aboard ship. As suite passengers we had free access to the premium dining venues. Prime C was excellent and would have been worth the upcharge non-suite passengers paid. The other venue was hit or miss. Cabin and dining service were everything one could ask for.
Entertainment we felt was a strong point. We've experienced the 'shows' on larger ships and been underwhelmed. Azamara's individual performers (esp. singers) were excellent. We enjoyed the White Night. It's a nice extra. The Azamazing (sp?) evening concert was much appreciated by the Ozzies on board but most of us North Americans didn't know the band.
I took the 'behind the scenes' tour of the ship and heartily recommend it to anyone interested in what the crew does to make our trip pleasurable.
Wheelchair cabin so larger than most, especially the bath. Excellent use of space and ample storage.
Very smooth embarcation.
There's really nothing there to see.
Interesting museums but we had been to Darwin before.
Dragons are amazing to see. Good timing as the island is being closed to visitors next year.
Fascinating city best done on your own. Our post-cruise hotel was the Marina Bay Sands, which is spectacular. Don't miss Gardens by the Bay.