Resorts World Cruises to start cruises to Phuket & Kuala Lumpur this month
Resorts World Cruises is set to start its 5-night and 3-night cruises to Phuket from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur (via Port Klang) aboard the Genting Dream, commencing this month.
Vacationers can now enjoy a cruise to Phuket with the option to embark from Singapore for the 5 Night Kuala Lumpur – Penang – Phuket cruises departing on 20 November 2022 and March 12, 2023. Alternatively, vacationers may choose to depart from Port Klang on November 21, 2022 and March 13, 2023 for a 5 Night Penang – Phuket – Singapore cruise.
Bookings will also soon be open from 15 November 2022 onwards for the 3 Night Phuket cruises from Singapore and the 3 Night Singapore – Phuket cruises from Port Klang with sailing dates available between May 2023 and April 2024.
“The response for Genting Dream’s 2 Night and 3 Night cruises has been very positive and is gaining strong momentum in demand. As such, the introduction of Phuket as a cruise destination is timely, and will further fuel the growth of the domestic and FlyCruise markets in the region. Also, vacationers will now have more travel choices to Phuket, including the comfort and convenience of a cruise ship, which are inclusive of meals, recreational activities and entertainment,” said Michael Goh, President of Resorts World Cruises. “With the ongoing support of the Tourism of Thailand Authority, we will continue to work closely together to develop Phuket as a key cruise destination for Resorts World Cruises,” he added.
Nongyao Jirundorn, Director Malaysia & Brunei, Tourism Authority of Thailand, said, “As the cruise tourism industry is making a comeback, we are delighted to collaborate with Resorts World Cruises to welcome more inbound tourists to Phuket and across Thailand from the cruise sector. On behalf of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, we would like to congratulate Resorts World Cruises on their first call to Phuket. We are excited that more calls to the island are confirmed and expected in 2023 and 2024.”