Royal Caribbean Cruise from Singapore was our first Cruise experience. We were on the cruise for 3 days. In Singapore, Cruise starts from two port centers – Harbourfront, which is also a Metro Station (MRT) for Sentosa and Universal Studio, and Marina Bay Port. Our Cruise was from Marina Bay Port. There are many travel options to reach the Cruise center like Bus, MRT and even Taxi. MRT station is close to the port station.
Highlights of the tour are displayed by the pictures below.
Cruise Port @ Marina Bay where all immigration activities take place.
Cruise Design placed inside the Cruise
Cruise Geography – Lift Point Display
Immediately after the check in, people are assembled for a mock drill for emergency instructions.
The Cruise experience begins.
Cruise top view at a glance
Bottom of the cruise view
A leisurely evening on the deck. (There were many things to do but we refrained, the art of doing nothing)
Dinner time @ Saffron restaurant
Inspired to see this signboard.
Veg Bhajia and Pakora. (Not for us)
Wow ! Kheer, but the same and only sweet dish for Vegetarians for all the 3 days !!
(Plenty of options for Non-Vegetarians and they charge all equally)
Yellow !! Palak Paneer
Vegetarian food was a big issue, rush at the Jain counter. People were complaining about limited Veg options. As per the internal source, there were 1/3rd Indian on the Cruise out of total about 4000 travellers. There were many non-Indian Vegetarian travellers.
An evening on the front deck
A mega theater inside the cruise.
We saw a magic show, Oscar awarded movies like La La land and Lion.
Nothing to do. Relax.
View from the front deck.
A Gym view
Our room balcony
Evening coffee with home made snacks.
Klang Port, Malaysia. On the 2nd day, the Cruise was stationed here.
Shopping and restaurant area inside the Cruise. Night view.
Some live dance and music.
After the sunset.
An evening with drizzling rain.
Distant view. It was a huge Cruise.
Enjoying the cruising experience.
Nothing else !
Woh sham ..
Kahi door jab din dhal jaye…
Back to Singapore, the morning of day 4. View from the Cruise.
A view of Marina Bay Cruise Port from the returning Cruise.
A different experience. That’s it. No more footnote.
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2 thoughts on “Singapore Cruise – Vegetarians beware !”
Very well defined experience…thanks a lot…we, Indian Jain vegetarian couple, are planning for cruise…
I have no other Cruise experience but some says Star Cruise is better for Indian travellers as far as the food is concerned.