CruiseResorts World Cruises is lighting up the seas, clowning around and celebrating Diwali in a series of themed cruises on Genting Dream.

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Resorts World Cruises is shining a light on a series of themed cruises
Resorts World Cruises is shining a light on a series of themed cruises

Resorts World Cruises is lighting up the seas, clowning around and celebrating Diwali in a series of themed cruises.

First up, Light Meets Night thematic cruise launches this month with a spectacular installation of colourful and glow-in-the-dark interactive displays, accompanied by some of Singapore’s renowned street musicians and buskers with unique dance and light performances. 

Each thematic cruise is designed with a variety of enrichment programmes and activities to enhance guests’ overall experience, covering “a wide spectrum of fun, unique and popular themes”, according to Resorts World Cruises.

Resorts World Cruises is set to turn Genting Dream into a ship of horrors with the upcoming 'Clowning Around Halloween' theme cruise.
Resorts World Cruises is set to turn Genting Dream into a ship of horrors with the upcoming 'Clowning Around Halloween' theme cruise.

In the months ahead, themes will include a Clowning Around Halloween house of horrors cruise, a Special Diwali Celebration, the Sensational Voyage focusing on wellness; and a Jelilo Christmas, featuring the creations of one of Singapore’s famous art and toy creators from gagatree. 

Keeping the fun onboard will be the Sail-Away Celebration Parties, which are available at the start of each week for Genting Dream’s Sunday departures. 

“At Resorts World Cruises, we are taking the celebration up a notch. Each thematic cruise promises to be different; and guests can look forward to a one-of-a-kind experience at sea, complementing the extensive onboard offerings, cuisines and shore excursions that are readily available,” said Michael Goh, president of Resorts World Cruises.

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