Dream Cruises welcome 100,000th passenger in Singapore

   March 18, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

The GHK-owned brand Dream Cruises and MBCCS-Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore welcomed Singapore’s 100,000th passenger since the commencement of the city's safe pilot cruises.

Starting with the first sailing of World Dream on November 6, 2020, has been "a worry-free journey" for guests onboard, with their health and safety being the number one priority for the company.

As the lucky cruiser, Mr Amin Abdul Rahim and his family were presented with prizes and goodies like an upgrade to The Palace suite accommodations for their upcoming journey.

The Palace is the “all-inclusive, all-suite” luxury concept across the fleet of Dream Cruises, featuring a boutique hotel charm and the exclusivity of a private clubhouse. Passengers can indulge in an unprecedented level of service, with a rich collection of enrichment activities, all-inclusive privileges, and lavish dining experiences. 

With international travel currently restricted, the cruise line has been bringing the world onboard World Dream with themed Super Seacations that feature some of the most loved experiences from popular destinations. Guests can indulge in gastronomic and cultural delights with the Rhythm of Korea until March 31 and Amazing Thailand from March 31 to May 28.