Make it a Christmas to remember with a Super Seacation aboard Dream Cruises Genting Dream.
Are you still thinking about booking that cruise? Christmas is the perfect time to test the waters with Genting Dream’s festive line-up on offer from now until Saturday, 1 January. There’re lively Christmas performances (with appearances from the big man in red!), decorations galore and even a Christmas market to pick up those last-minute gifts.
Time to grab a glass of mulled wine and settle in for the Seacation of a lifetime. Make your first stop the Nordic Christmas Market. The Santa Express runs through the amazing Gingerbread Town which is packed full of tasty pastries, festive hampers, souvenirs and crafts to take home. Then follow the twinkling lights to the outdoor Nordic Village at Zouk Beach Club where you can meet Santa (who’s ridden his sleigh all the way from Finland!).
Feasts are what the holidays are made for and this Christmas you won’t be disappointed. There’s roast turkey, slipper lobster and gammon ham being dished up at The Lido on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, alongside Norwegian inspired ginger-spiced chocolate cake, Christmas cookies, Scandinavian caramel torte and more. You can always opt to upgrade your experience and savour the Grilled Wagyu Beef Tomahawk at Prime Steakhouse & Seafood Grill, Tiger Prawn and Oyster Teppanyaki at Umi Uma or Surf and Turf Hot Pot and BBQ at Lido Outdoor Hot Pot & Grill.
Last but not least, there’s the hugely entertaining Verry Christmas show with special snow effects – a tale of a loved-up couple dreaming of seeing snow for the first time. Along the way they encounter rock and rolling elves, the evil snow queen, a giant polar bear, and of course, Santa Claus himself!
Book those tickets now for your Christmas Super Seacation on Genting Dream. A Seaview Balcony Stateroom starts at $888 per person per night for a two-night Wednesday departure (just be sure to book from Wednesday, 24 November to Tuesday, 7 December).
This post is in paid partnership with Dream Cruises. All image courtesy of Dream Cruises.