Onboard Dream Cruises, you will be welcomed to comparable amenities as that found on world’s largest cruise liners. But, nothing compares, to a quick dip on a hot day. Swimming inside Genting Dream’s lavish sundeck pool is an experience of its kind. If you are a frequent cruiser, then you will be able to tell the difference. First-time cruisers head to the 14th-floor pool, which steals the limelight with its legendary layout.
Inside Genting Dream’s Main Pool Deck
Out of the 18 decks on Genting Dream, 14 are accessible to all. While, deck 16th, 17th, and 18th are exclusively available for suite guests. The outdoor arena, cant get more interesting with 2 pools, 4 jacuzzi’s, 6 water slides, Zip Lining, 3D Cinema, and live entertainment.
At most times, I saw Asian singers performing at the pool stage which certainly jazzed up the atmosphere. Other things, worth experiencing at the main pool deck, are the spectacular sunsets and vast skylines changing colours.
Spectacular Skylines from the Main Pool Deck
We were made to tour the main pool deck on the first day of our arrival. I have to say, I arrived tired but left extremely happy! We dropped by, at a time, when the sun was setting down casting a stunning water silhouette at Singapore Strait.
Nature brings the strongest, of our emotions, to surface. And, I bet, the phenomenal seascape views, from the pool deck, can spark off a poet in just about anyone.
Celebrate Winter Under the Stars
The greatest advantage of cruising Genting Dream is that it never gets too chilly near Singapore Strait. During the day, the Asian breeze is hot enough, to compel anyone to change into a two-piece swimsuit.
In the evening, jump into the warm jacuzzi or pool under the stars. Whichever is the case, enjoy your sea vacay to the fullest and cheerfully celebrate winter under the sky in the South China Sea.