While Royal Caribbean Cruise's Voyager of the Seas has officially kick-started its Asian debut in Singapore's Marina Bay Cruise Centre in May 2012, LifestyleAsia had to opportunity to be on board over the weekend and set sail for the three-night cruise itinerary that included a trail along the best parts of Malaysia.
Let's not forget that while you're on the cruise, the sky's the limit, literally, when it comes to a view from your room or at any part of the ship. Our stay in a balcony stateroom included a standard queen-size bed, private bath, vanity area, closed-circuit, flat panel LED televisions, electric mini-bar, hair dryers and individually controlled air-conditioning.
Guests may choose from the normal staterooms without balcony if you're coming with younger children. Suites with private balconies are also available for the extra luxe factor.
Dining on board Voyager of the Seas
We must not forget that while we're on board a cruise, this is pretty much the only place we get all our hunger pangs settled. And fret not, for Voyager of the Seas has got it all covered, from all-day dining international fare, to barbeque by the pool, as well as Italian fine dining as well as late night cocktails.
While dining is complimentary all day within the main dining hall, the highlight of our dining experience would have to be Portofino, whereby for an additional US$20 per person, we're allowed to choose from a selection of appetisizers, main courses and desserts.
If you're one for options, head down to Windjammer, where there's a buffet selection of western to asian cuisines. However, do avoid the peak dining hours as the queues can get a little overwhelming, which is unavoidable due to, well, having 3000 people on board one ship at one time.
The Vault night club is the place to be when night falls, for some awesome cocktails, good fun and great music.
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