Resorts World Cruises secures over 40,000 guest bookings until year-end

RESORTS World Cruises has secured over 40,000 confirmed guest bookings until year-end for its Port Klang departure in less than a month of operations, since the commencement of the region’s first dual homeport in Singapore and Port Klang since July 18, 2022.

Its president Michael Goh said the Genting Dream’s three-night round-trip cruises from Port Klang to Penang and Singapore, and two-night cruises from Port Klang to Singapore are popular among travellers departing from Malaysia.

“We are delighted with the overwhelming response and are encouraged to see so many Malaysians choosing to cruise with us from Port Klang. 

“With the addition of Port Klang as part of the dual homeport, many Malaysians are already taking advantage of the convenience and easy access to explore cruising vacations on the Genting Dream,” he said in a statement yesterday.

He added that Port Klang is a strategic homeport which allows many Malaysians and international travellers to explore cruising as a choice vacation. 

Tourism Selangor CEO Azrul Shah Mohamad said Resorts World Cruises plays an important role in contributing towards the growth of both the domestic and regional cruise tourism sector.

The three-night and two-night cruises are priced from RM599 per person.

The choices of onboard accommodation are Interior Staterooms, Oceanview, Balcony staterooms and the luxury suites, “The Palace”.

Resorts World Cruises will soon offer one-way cruises, an alternative to air and land travel for travellers between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. — TMR / pic courtesy of Resort World Cruises