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Gateway to Southeast Asia SINGAPORE CRUISES

Revel in this republic's eclectic mix of historical tradition and modern charm.
One of the most forward-thinking destinations in Southeast Asia, Singapore is where billionaires go to blow off steam, the world's most brilliant minds gather to discuss the technology of the future, and multicultural history is embraced through art, architecture and stories. Cruise to Singapore to feel the gentle humidity of the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, a rainforest that dominates the center of the country, or take a stroll down Haji Lane in the city center, an eclectic neighborhood with bold, colorful Malay murals on every wall. For a mix of history and modern culture, explore Singapore's Muslim roots at the proud gold and white Sultan Mosque. Don't miss the Gardens on the Bay, home to futuristic supertrees, and walk the connecting 22-meter high OCBC Skyway that overlooks the city. Visit Singapore and find beauty and adventure around every corner.

LIVE THE GLAM LIFE
Kampong Glam is the epicenter of Malay-speaking Singapore. You'll find a fascinating mix of architecture packed into a small space that draws from a complex cultural heritage. Shop along the trendsetting Haji street, lined with gigantic gorgeous murals, or stand in awe of the gold and white Sultan Mosque, a structure so big, North Bridge road was forced to bend around it.
INDIA TRANSPORTED
If you hear Bollywood music drifting lazily between buildings and smell the complex fragrance of curry spice in the air, you must be in Little India. Cruise to Singapore and walk along the friendly neighborhood packed full of food stalls, Hindu temples and budget-friendly shopping centers. Head to Mustafa Shopping Center for retail therapy, or witness the wonders of the colorful Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, an opulent temple dedicated to the goddesses Kali and Parvati.
CHINESE TREATS
You'll find delectable treats on every corner in Singapore during your vacation. Stroll along the bold red and gold streets of China Town to pick up some delicious Chinese street food. Head to the Street Market to dine on the best crispy duck over noodles, golden satay and freshly steamed dim sum. Before you leave, be sure to check out the Sri Mariamman Temple and its vivid sculpture work.



THE RICHEST HOTEL IN TOWN
Marina Bay Sands sits proudly above all other buildings, famously transforming the Singaporean skyline. Head to the top of the 55-story tower to catch an aerial glimpse of the city center, or book a room for the night to gain access to the rooftop bar and pool, where you can relax in luxury.
FIVE-STAR FEAST
Looking for a five-star dining experience to write home about? Head to the Newton Food Center where hawkers are heroes, gloriously feeding thousands of hungry locals every day. Order a feast of plates, grab a table and tuck in! You'll be begging for more chili crab marinated in a sweet and spicy tomato-based sauce, BBQ grilled stingray, taro carrot cake and fresh spring rolls.
WHERE SINGAPORE BLOOMS
Iconic for its grove of gigantic, glowing supertrees, Gardens on the Bay is a futuristic location meant to inspire the city. Start your vacation adventure at Cloud Forest, home to the world's tallest human-made waterfall, and make your way to the delightful Flower Grove to walk among brightly colored buds.


Get ready for diverse

Asian adventures in Singapore

Perfectly poised as an entryway into Asia, Singapore is the perfect home base for your Asian travel explorations. With your Singapore cruise, you can take an overnight trip to Malaysia or a direct cruise to Thailand for an action-packed day at sea. From Singapore, you can visit Vietnam, India or China — all of Asia is at your fingertips during your visit.
Red lanterns hanging from the buddha Guanyin statue in a Chinese temple in Penang, Malaysia.

Meander Through Malaysia

As a gateway to Southeast Asia, Singapore rests on the coast of Malaysia. Head to the northern neighbor to see religious depth in Penang or to explore the diverse metropolis of Kuala Lumpur. From humid rainforests to bustling cities, there's something for everyone in Malaysia.


Koh Yao Noi Phuket Islands, Thailand

Trek Through Thailand

From Singapore, continue to Thailand to soak up the beach vibes in sunny Phuket. Walk the Khaosan Road to pick up colorful souvenirs, or visit the Grand Palace for a taste of Thai opulence. In Thailand, you'll get a glimpse of the beauty of Southeast Asia.


A Playlist of Cultures on Shuffle

Wherever you go, good food, excellent shopping and incredible architecture await

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WHAT TO KNOW
BEFORE YOU GO
Sing-apore Its Praises

From the active city streets to the dense rainforests, Singapore is a diverse area with something for everyone.

The city is connected by a fleet of budget-friendly trains, and public transport is easy, safe and fast. While renting a car can be expensive due to road taxes, you can find affordable taxis just about anywhere in Singapore. There's no bad time to visit the country, since it's warm and humid all year long.

When you visit Singapore, you'll hear different languages mingle together in the streets. English is one of the official languages, though, so you'll easily be able to communicate with vendors. Keep an open mind on your vacation adventures — learning a few words in Tamil, Malay or Mandarin is sure to impress the locals!

Insider Tips

1 Pick up a Singapore Tourist Pass for cheap, unlimited train travel for up to three days.
2 Public transport is excellent in Singapore, but if you prefer to use a taxi, use the Grab app for quick pickups.
3 Drinking alcohol after 10:30 p.m. is prohibited, so be sure to plan your night accordingly.
 
 

CUISINE
UNITED BY FOOD

Singaporeans are united by one common love: good food. It's almost impossible to walk down a street without the delicious scents of cooking food making your belly rumble!

Hokkien Mee, Please!
Hokkien mee is one of the most popular stir-fry dishes in Singapore. The combination of egg noodles, chopped rice noodles, seafood, veggies and some chili sauce will leave you full and happy.
Chow on Chai Tow
Commonly known as carrot cake, chai tow kway is actually made with daikon radish and rice flour. Fried with eggs and pork fat, it's a greasy, salty, gooey and crispy adventure on a plate.
Roast on Rice
Try tender slices of roast duck (expertly cooked with crispy skin) over a simple bowl of white rice. You'll definitely find the simple flavors and luxurious texture to be filling and delicious.

RELATED PORTS

Delve into the wonderous world of Southeast Asia. Travel to Thailand for breathtaking sights in Phuket, immerse yourself into the cultural exploration of Bangkok, and dive into the crystal blue waters of Koh Tao. Cruise through the Gulf of Thailand and South China Sea to explore destinations like Cambodia, Vietnam and the Philippines. Or voyage north to explore the bustling streets of China and Taiwan or tranquil visions of Japan.

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