We have just returned from our Singapore to Hong Kong cruise which departed on 17 June. It was our 9th cruise but our first with Royal Caribbean.
Embarking and disembarking were fairly smooth for a ship of this size. Of course it ...
Just got off 5night South East Asia cruise, leaving Singapore for Penang, Langkwai, and Phuket ports before returning to Singapore.
It was our first time on Royal Caribbean ships, and the Voyager of the Seas was a nice ship, 20 years ...
Our first ever cruise and we had a friend who convinced us to go Royal Caribbean. We booked an Owners Suite and were so pleased with our choice.
From the moment we checked in, the service was incredible. We got priority check in and ...
We stayed the night before departure at The Sheraton Tianjin however it would have been just as easy to catch a bullet train and taxi from Beijing to the Tianjin International Cruise Terminal. Unfortunately the cruise ship was late to ...
They tries to upsell dinners (give you menu that cost extra) while seated at your dining table. Non of the food was authentic (Very salty crab cakes with hair found in my mom's crab cake). French deserts were far from authentic. When shown ...
Spent a week on Mariner. Upselling began the minute I got on with pressure to buy drinks package, tours, internet, cheap clothes and jewellery. The main 'atrium' is a poor excuse for up selling of just about anything except anything of ...
About 1 year ago, 10 of us booked a 7 night cruise on Legend of the Seas, from Hong Kong to Singapore for a reunion. A couple of weeks later we were contacted to say the cruise was cancelled, as the ship was being sold. We were offered an ...
At the outset, let me thank Royal Caribbean for making our first ever sail in “Voyages of the Sea” a memorable and a tremendous experience to my family.
Contradicting to our expectations, the process of embarkation was so ...
• Getting to Singapore port was very convenient if you have internet, just google map to the port, either train (walk 600m) or bus (stops right under the terminal)
• Terminal to ship: the passport scanner was ...
Knowing that this is a very large ship with lots of people on board, we chose a 5 day cruise as a "starter" taste of Royal Caribbean. We have been on 7 other cruises on different cruise lines and they were, at their worst, ...
It was my 60th birthday year and we were touring Singapore and Malaysia so what a better way than on board a world renowned ship, How wrong can you be. Here is a list.
1. Eating in wind jammer was rather like a school canteen although ...
Me and My Husband Decided to travel by RC Quantum of the Seas, on 1st May 2017 for 5 nights. As we entered for check in, the staff pointed out that we had only a single entry visa and we may had to be docked off at fukoaka Japan. We were ...
It was my first cruise trip. Very impressed by the nice facilities and high qualities and variety of the restaurants. Some restaurants charged a reasonable price for special food items such as hot pot (good value for money). Excellent ...
Did not seem as it as it was
This is the first time I have ever been on a RCL ship this big, and the first time I have ever been to Asia.
We travelled to Singapore two days before hand and had a great time exploring. When the time ...
***AS USUAL, THIS IS A DETAILED REVIEW OF MY EXPERIENCE ON THIS SPECIFIC CRUISE:
- This was a repositioning 12 day cruise around Asia, we were a party of 6 in our early 30´s, late 20´´s in 3 different balcony cabins, I ...
We booked this cruise after cruising on Quantum 2 years ago so we knew what to expect. Our check in time was 4pm and we were soaking wet after being caught in the rain in Singapore. As soon as we got on we had to do the safety drill which ...
Food in Buffet was the same every day. Did not like the fact that people served themselves and food was not covered. Saw many people handling food and putting it back. Other ships have their buffets enclosed with staff serving food, surely ...
This was our first cruise with royal Caribbean and were very excited to do this cruise. The ship was beautiful and never felt crowded. The rooms were well laid out. The shows were excellent and I loved the adults only solarium .
We booked this cruise after we thoroughly enjoyed our first visit to the far east at the end of 2015, we booked an inside state room 12311 with a virtual balcony. It was our first trip on a Quantum Class ship & we were excited to check ...
Really wanted to visit Vietnam, Hong Kong and China.
Getting on board the ship in Singapore was ok, there was a large crowds so you expect a delay.
One or two things about this cruise annoyed me, before we went we were told we had ...
Lots of people who were on this cruise will disagree virulently with what I have written here, that's OK we are all different and this is MY perspective of the cruise based on MY experiences
I will not go on another Royal ...
This was our first Diamond Class cruise and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Being Diamond meant speedy boarding in Baoshan. We took our carry-ons into the 270 lounge and relaxed while everyone else got on board.
Because we had our three ...
The cruise had lots of activities including i-fly, surf rider, north star, bumper cars, skating, table tennis etc.
The rooms were modern, and enjoyed the virtual balcony. The staff were also pleasant and very helpful.
The shows were ...
Its a huge ship, much larger than the usual 2500 pax cruise ships we are used to. This particular sailing had 4500 plus passengers onboard and all the crew as well. My biggest issue was the queuing up for food almost everyday at breakfast ...
The ship is relatively new. Booked a inside state room 12709. All other categories were sold out as was booking just one week before sailing.
First time in a inside stateroom, previous cruises were always balcony or higher.
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