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Dream Cruise Line Cruises

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Genting Dream (Photo: Dream Cruise Line)

About Dream Cruise Line Cruises

Dream Cruises is part of Genting Cruise Line -- a division of Genting Hong Kong, which also owns Star Cruises and Crystal Cruises and has been active in the Asian cruise industry for the last 23 years. Its most recent offering, Dream Cruise Line, was designed to cater to a new generation of Asian traveller, which it describes as "confident, independently-minded and upwardly-mobile".

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Who goes on Dream Cruise Line cruise ships?

Dream Cruise Line has specifically targeted high-end Asian travellers with its cruise offering. Families are also a focus, with each vessel offering a number of kid-friendly features.

Do I have to dress up on a Dream Cruise Line cruise?

Resort casual is acceptable up until 5 p.m. in most indoor public areas. But after 5 p.m. men are encouraged to wear smarter attire such as polo shirts, collared shirts, jackets, long pants and smart jeans with closed toe shoes required. Women are asked to wear elegant evening wear. In the evenings, slippers, swimwear, dressing gowns and active wear are not allowed within the indoor public areas.

Is everything free on Dream Cruise Line cruises?

No. Your fare includes your accommodation, meals at selected restaurants, entertainment and access to leisure facilities.

So what does that actually mean? Most shows and activities are included in the price. But those that carry a charge are the Virtual Reality Arcade aboard World Dream, Glow Bowling on Genting Dream, karaoke and the video games arcade.

On the dining front, all meals in the Dream Dining Room and The Lido are included in your fare. Restaurants that carry a charge are Blue Lagoon, Seafood Grill and Prime Steakhouse, Crystal Life Cuisine, Hotpot, Lobby Café, Silk Road and Umi Uma. Drinks are not included.

Shore excursions also carry a charge.

What are Dream Cruise Line’s most popular activities?

Genting Dream and World Dream have one heck of a top deck with waterslide parks, rope courses with a zipline, a rock-climbing wall and a mini golf course. No surprise then that these features are a great hit with travellers both old and young.

The vessels are also equipped with two underwater submersibles, which can carry up to four passengers deep under the ocean to discover the beauty that lies beneath the sea.

Best for: World travelers who appreciate fine dining, shopping, fitness and fun in the casino

Not for: People who don't embrace other cultures, particularly Asian

Dream Cruise Line Cruises Cruiser Reviews

Fun experience

5 hour waiting time was too long and nowhere to go, so we had to go home till our test schedule.There are so many activities and no time to get bored!Read More
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First Time Cruiser

Age 30s

Palace Suite Benefits

No need to wait for the results of the arrival swab - and since Palace guests are off the ship first, there is also no queue.There is a separate queue for Palace guest, so just let the staff know and you get to skip to the front of the queue (regular queue was about 50 guests when we arrived).Read More
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2-5 Cruises

Age 30s

cruise to nowhere

My swabber also adjusted my head position by touching my mask and my head - again probably not a good idea to be touching every one if you are not even changing your gloves.This was not just one person breaching infection control, but the WHOLE ROW of them.Read More
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First Time Cruiser

Age 30s

Enjoyable and above my expectations

It was nice and a good size too (bigger than some hotel rooms in HK that I have stayed in before).As we went back several times and tried our luck at 830pm (last admittance, but you can still eat till about 10) just before they close, the staff there was able to get us a table for two.Read More
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First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

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