Singapore cruises fans will be able to tour the world without having to depart Singapore’s waters when Dream Cruises kicks off its Markets of the World series of thematic activities on World Dream on September 19.
The series invites guests to discover authentic flavours and a variety of cultures from across the globe.
To start, Dream Market at Sea will run from September 19 to November 6, evoking the spirit of lively festival markets in destinations such as Spain, Germany, France, Western Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand and more.
Alongside irresistible food, challenging game booths will bring back childhood memories. Guests can play to win prizes.
The Western Australia Adventures experience sets in with 10 Balcony Staterooms re-created on World Dream to inspire guests to experience the land Down Under. Quinton the Quokka will make special appearance throughout the cruise while interactive pop-up photo booths onboard takes the journey to Western Australia further.
Guests can also participate in the Western Australia Trivia Wall to score an exclusive hamper and stand a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to Western Australia through a photo contest.
Australian gastronomic indulgences will be available on October 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27 and 29 sailings, thanks to the Indulge in Lobster Fever food festival.
On September 19 and 22 sailings, World Dream will celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with traditional festive activities such as riddle games and lantern crafting. Free moon cake tastings will also be offered.
Later, Oktoberfest at Sea takes over on September 26, October 1, 3 and 10. Expect a feast of German beers, crispy pork knuckles, Nurnberger sausages and pretzels, alongside complimentary cooking workshops, Bavarian Folk dances and best-dressed contests.
Rounding up the Markets of the World series is Spooky Halloween on October 31. World Dream guests can dress up and go trick-or-treating, join an Into the Night dance class and participate in the Spooky Halloween Awards. Halloween-themed F&B will be served up at various outlets.