Resorts World Cruises to launch Indonesia sailings

Sunday, Jun 12, 2022 0

Indonesia’s Batam and Bintan islands are next on the radar for new cruise line Resorts World Cruises. It will begin cruises from Singapore to Indonesia’s nearby Batam and Bintan islands on Genting Dream from 1 July.

Genting Dream will set sail two-night trips every Friday the islands which are just an hour south of the Lion City.

Resorts World Cruises recently announced the ship will operate three-night sailings to Kuala Lumpur, Melaka and Penang out of Singapore from 3 July.

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