The GHK-owned Asian company Dream Cruises launches on MS World Dream ship a new series of "Super Seacations" (February through May 2021) itineraries featuring traditional and cultural experiences from Thailand and Korea - two of the top destinations for Singaporeans.
Launched for the first time on November 6, 2020, World Dream’s Super Seacation itineraries give now travel aficionados more chances with the program's extension through June 27, 2021. Super Seacations are all roundtrips from homeport Singapore.
"Rhythm of Korea" itinerary (February 21 to March 31, 2021) allows guests to experience the multiple faces of Korea ranging from ancient to modern times, beginning with highlights from the Joseon Dynasty, dating back 1600+ years. They can enjoy a Hanbok fashion runway show; unwind like Joseon nobles with outdoor games like Jegichagi and Tuho & Arrows; catch up on Korean blockbuster movies at the cruise ship’s Cinema at Sea; groove to the K-Pop hits at Hallyu K-Pop Dance 101 Classes; learn about the latest K-Beauty trends during “Hair-ppiness” Styling Workshops and Flawless Beauty Talks. Basic Conversational Language Classes and K-Culture Trivia quizzes for a chance to win prizes are also available. Vacationers can learn classic recipes loved by multiple generations, such as Kimbap and Kimchi, and feast on street food delights.
"Amazing Thailand" itinerary (March 31 to May 28, 2021) is themed on Songkran (Thailand's New Year) featuring themed activities ranging from a movie marathon (Thai blockbusters) to Thai music (traditional and pop). The physically inclined can enjoy a Muay Thai training or a game of Sepak Takraw (a hybrid of football, volleyball, and gymnastics), partake in the Pitch Burst Challenge or Water Gun Tag. A massage with tropical Thai products at the world’s largest beauty & wellness haven at sea, Crystal Life Spa, is complete with a refreshing tropical beverage. Passengers can also head to the Thai Street Market at Sea onboard World Dream and tuck into Thai street food, or enjoy regional delicacies from North and South Thailand at the complimentary restaurants of the ship.