Option 1: Singapore - Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang) - Penang - Phuket (Patong Bay) - Cruising Day - Singapore
Departing on 3, 17, 31 Dec 2017, 14, 28 Jan, 11, 25 Feb, 11, 25 Mar 2018
Option 2: Singapore - Cruising Day - Surabaya - North Bali (Celukan Bawang) - Cruising Day - Singapore
Departing on 10, 24 Dec 2017, 7, 21 Jan, 4 Feb, 4, 18 Mar 2018
The Hotel: Studio M Hotel
Nestled in the heart of Singapore, just a short ride from Chinatown Heritage Center and National Orchid Garden and close to Battle Box and Park Mall, the four star Studio M Hotel constitutes a good starting point for exploring this bustling city. The venue is well connected to main transportation links, including the Clarke Quay MRT Train Station and the airport.
Guests can make themselves at home in one of the 360 air-conditioned rooms decorated in art deco style. All rooms boast flat-screen TVs and minibars and feature private bathrooms which come complete with toiletries and hair dryers. Other facilities include safe deposit boxes and desks, as well as wireless Internet access and cable TV for clients’ entertainment.
Appetites are catered for at an on-site restaurant and cafe, while those keen on recreation can take advantage of the outdoor pool and fitness centre.
Please note: hotel accommodation will be arranged for before or after the cruise, based on flight schedule.
- Bed type: One queen bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Two people
- The studio features an in-room safe, coffee- and tea-making facilities, large work space and a seating area with a sofa
The Area: Singapore
Nicknamed “the tiger of Asia” due to the supersonic rate of its growth, the city-state of Singapore is truly a one-of-a-kind place. Located on 63 islands bordering the southernmost part of Malay Peninsula, Singapore is a thriving, fully-fledged state, alluring holidaymakers with numerous attractions.
The country is a major hub of high-tech business, but this is but one facet of its colourful identity. Over 10% of islands’ areas are designated no-urban-development zones and, consequently, lush tropical forests abound in Singapore. Republic’s rigid laws regarding the conservation of its natural heritage are a success story for ecologists around the world, as the state of Singaporean wildlife may testify.