Resorts World Cruises (RWC) celebrated a new milestone with its maiden voyage to Surabaya on the Genting Dream with over 3,500 passengers from her dual homeports in Singapore and Malaysia (via Port Klang).
In addition to Surabaya as a destination, the ship will also visit North Bali as part of RWC’s special Indonesia cruise itinerary to celebrate the year-end holiday period.
Guests disembarking at Surabaya can explore many of the city’s famous landmarks – the Four Faced Buddha monument; Putuk Truno Waterfall or Mount Penanggugan in Tretes; and enjoy shopping at Pasar Genteng and Tunjungan Plaza.
In Bali, passengers can visit the Kekeran Rice Terrace or go diving in the pristine waters of Menjangan Island.
The Genting Dream offers many choices of onboard accommodation, and provides a variety of offerings that are inclusive as part of the cruise fare and package – complimentary all day-dining, international stage performances, a 1,000-seat capacity Zodiac theatre, water park, rope courses and ziplines, a rock climbing wall and more.
Travellers from Indonesia can also explore the various FlyCruise options to Singapore or Malaysia to embark on a series of two-night and three-night cruises to popular destinations such as Penang, Phuket, and Kuala Lumpur.
Michael Goh, president of RWC, said: “Indonesia remains an important cruise market with huge potential both as a destination and source market for the FlyCruise sector… we (will) continue to work closely together to revitalise the cruise and tourism sector in Indonesia and across the region in a post-Covid era.”