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Voyager of the Seas® has plenty of surprises to fill your wandering with wonder. Onboard you'll find junkanoo-jamming parades on the Promenade, Far East flavors at Izumi, and thrills on every deck, from wave riding on the FlowRider® surf simulator to late night spins around the ice-skating rink.

DAY 1 - Departure Day

Singapore, Singapore

DEPARTS:
5:00 PM

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The Singapore Cruise Centre sits near famous Sentosa Island, an entertainment complex that includes high-end restaurants and well-manicured beaches, so you might consider arriving an hour or two early to enjoy some time here before your cruise from Singapore. The cruise port is about 20 minutes from Changi Airport, and about 10 minutes from the city center.

Beautiful day at Chinese Garden Twin Pagoda in Singapore
Day view of the Supertree Grove of the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore
Beautiful sunny day with the skyline of Singapore

The Singapore Cruise Centre sits near famous Sentosa Island, an entertainment complex that includes high-end restaurants and well-manicured beaches, so you might consider arriving an hour or two early to enjoy some time here before your cruise from Singapore. The cruise port is about 20 minutes from Changi Airport, and about 10 minutes from the city center.

Beautiful day at Chinese Garden Twin Pagoda in Singapore
Day view of the Supertree Grove of the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore
Beautiful sunny day with the skyline of Singapore
Things To Do

in Singapore

View of the street with Masjid Sultan in the background in Singapore

Multicultural Medley

Singapore has four official languages and even more ethnicities that have influenced its culture. Discover the city's Muslim heritage at Sultan Mosque along Arab Street and its Chinese character (and food!) in Chinatown. Little India is the heart of the city's Tamil Indian community, while Kampong Glam is the epicenter of Malay-speaking Singapore.

Sculptural vegetation towers from Gardend by the Bay in Singapore

Two Sides of Nature

Singapore's tropical landscape is as diverse as its culture. The Singapore Botanic Garden (and adjoining Orchid Garden) approach horticulture from a more traditional perspective, while the spacey Supertrees of Gardens by the Bay would seem more at home in "Avatar" than an issue of "Better Homes and Gardens."

Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore

Zoom In, Zoom Out

Head to the rooftop of the massive Marina Bay Sands to enjoy a panorama of the Singapore skyline, which is also beautiful as seen from the city's symbolic Merlion statue on the other side of the bay. Or visit a more inward-looking Singapore icon when you order an original Singapore Sling cocktail at the Long Bar of the Raffles Hotel.

Wantan Mee, popular street food noodles with bbq pork, in Singapore

Local Cuisine

The best way to get a cross-section of Singaporean cuisine is to visit its street vendors, or hawkers, in hubs like Tiong Bahru. Jump onboard a Singapore cruise to try Cantonese-derived wantan mee noodles, with dumplings and yellow egg noodles topped with slices of char siu pork. Snack on chai tow kway, also called carrot cake, even though it's made from rice flour and daikon radish fried with eggs in pork fat.

Colorful variety of chopsticks in a small shop in Chinatown, Singapore

Shopping

Singapore is a shopper's paradise, whether you stick to the high-end boutiques of Orchard Road or the local shops throughout the city. One way to guarantee a special souvenir during your Singapore cruise vacation is to shop in the city's ethnic neighborhoods: Seek out chopsticks and lacquerware in Chinatown or incense and South India dolls in Little India.

INSIDER TIP

Taxis in Singapore are plentiful, but locals increasingly use applications (namely, the "Grab" app) to get around. Consider downloading this before you dock in Singapore.

DAY 2 - DOCKED

Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Malaysia

ARRIVES:
8:00 AM
DEPARTS:
5:00 PM

SKY-HIGH CITY

Explore the multicultural roots of Kuala Lumpur through its architecture and museums: See Moorish-style Jamek Mosque and experience Hindu and Tamil tradition at Sri Mahamariamman Temple. Take an even deeper historical dive at the National Museum, where the oldest intact human skeleton in Southeast Asia resides. Don't miss the panoramic view of this modern city from the top of the iconic Petronas Towers.

Thean Hou Temple in Kuala Lumpur on Chinese New Year with red lanterns lined up along the roof
View of the cityscape with the modern archiecture Twin Towers and Mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bright and colorful Sri Maha Mariamman Temple for Hinduism in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Explore the multicultural roots of Kuala Lumpur through its architecture and museums: See Moorish-style Jamek Mosque and experience Hindu and Tamil tradition at Sri Mahamariamman Temple. Take an even deeper historical dive at the National Museum, where the oldest intact human skeleton in Southeast Asia resides. Don't miss the panoramic view of this modern city from the top of the iconic Petronas Towers.

Thean Hou Temple in Kuala Lumpur on Chinese New Year with red lanterns lined up along the roof
View of the cityscape with the modern archiecture Twin Towers and Mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bright and colorful Sri Maha Mariamman Temple for Hinduism in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Things To Do

in Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang)

The very tall and modern twin towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Towering Views

Admire Kuala Lumpur's skyscrapers, including the symbol of the city: the Petronas Twin Towers. Tickets to the Skybridge sell out early; it might be easier to get a ticket up to the observation deck of Menara KL Tower, which stands 1,000 feet tall. The KL Tower is also the official observation point for sighting the moon to determine the start of the holy month of Ramadan.

Yellow lanterns hanging on the roof of the temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Decorative Diversity

See some of Kuala Lumpur's older buildings too. The Sri Mahamariamman Temple is covered with Hindu statues, and Jamek Mosque is in the Moorish style (you can tour parts of the inside enter if dressed conservatively). The National Museum is beautiful, too, and has replica Malay houses inside. The intricately decorated six tiers of Thean Hou Temple are a Kuala Lumpur landmark.

The Batu Caves with a gold statue of Lord Murugan at the entrance near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Holy Spelunking

The Batu Caves, in the Kuala Lumpur suburb of Selangor, have Hindu shrines within them. You'll need to climb 272 steps to see the largest Cathedral Cave; there are several smaller caves, too. The 140-foot-tall golden statue at the entrance is Murugan, a Hindu deity.

Satay on a stick found as street food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Local Cuisine

Kuala Lumpur is a street-food mecca. Pick up satay skewers of grilled meat in peanut sauce. Cruise to Kuala Lumpur and try Malaysia's national dish nasi lemak, coconut rice with pandan leaf, spicy sambal, cucumber slices and a choice of meat — fried chicken is a favorite option. Indulge in the flatbread dish roti canai: Enjoy it in savory form with chicken or mutton, or try the dessert version with bananas and ice cream.

Lanterns hung in the shopping mall of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Shopping

Kuala Lumpur is known for its excellent shopping and for having prices better than Hong Kong and Singapore. Try the downtown neighborhood of Bukit Bintang, Suria KLCC below the Petronas Towers, or Chinatown's Central Market, also called Pasar Seni. During your Kuala Lumpur cruise, look for traditional fabrics like batik and Malay brocade.

INSIDER TIP

You'll find quite a lot of English spoken in Kuala Lumpur, as well as Malay, Mandarin and Tamil.

DAY 3 - TENDERED

Bintan Island, Indonesia

ARRIVES:
8:00 AM
DEPARTS:
7:00 PM
DEEP DIVE INTO

THE BINTAN CULTURE

Visit one of the many fascinating temples on this island, including the Buddhist Vihara Bahtra Sasana in Tanjung Pinang with its beautifully painted dragons. Then, stroll around the quiet alleys of Senggarang's remarkable Chinatown, built on stilts over the ocean. Later, allow yourself to relax with a fruity cocktail under the swaying coconut trees of Trikora or Lagoi Beach.

Bent Palm Tree in Bintan Indonesia
Pier over Blue Waters in Bintan Island
Traditional Fishing Village in Bintan Island

Visit one of the many fascinating temples on this island, including the Buddhist Vihara Bahtra Sasana in Tanjung Pinang with its beautifully painted dragons. Then, stroll around the quiet alleys of Senggarang's remarkable Chinatown, built on stilts over the ocean. Later, allow yourself to relax with a fruity cocktail under the swaying coconut trees of Trikora or Lagoi Beach.

Bent Palm Tree in Bintan Indonesia
Pier over Blue Waters in Bintan Island
Traditional Fishing Village in Bintan Island
Things To Do

in Bintan Island

Bintan Island Indonesia Dock of Penyengat Island at Daytime

ROYAL ISLAND

Penyengat island was once the capital of the Riau rajahs. Visit the ruins of the sultan's palace, an interesting blend of Javanese and Dutch architecture with tombs, crypts and a restored fort. Don't miss the stunning yellow and green Masjid Raya Sultan Riau mosque with its many domes and minarets during your Indonesia cruise.

Bintan Island Indonesia Sun Ten Kong Temple Golden Statue

EXTRAORDINARY TREE TEMPLE

In Senggarang, you'll find the Buddhist Sun Te Kong Temple and the Banyan Tree Temple. Sun Te Kong is the oldest temple in Senggarang at around 300 years old. The Banyan Tree Temple dates back to the early 19th century. Today, it is covered in the roots of a giant banyan tree. The wealthy Chinese man who once lived here is said to be buried in the temple. In recent decades, devotees have started visiting to make offerings.

Bintan Island Indonesia Fishing Village at Sunset

A FISHING VILLAGE ON STILTS

Wander around the streets of Berakit, a village where the Orang Laut ("people of the sea") reside in stilt houses built over the water. Thirty kilometers south, in the Museum Bahari Bintan, you can learn more about the background and lifestyle of this nomadic ethnic group.

Bintan Island Indonesia Nasi Padang Kapau Local Cuisine

LOCAL CUISINE

Bintan offers plenty of fresh and affordable seafood dishes. The resorts mainly offer fine dining and buffet options. Try some of the excellent local food, such as nasi padang or sate ayam, from the restaurants or roadside food stalls. Wash down the delicious local cuisine with some fresh coconut water.

Bintan Island Indonesia Coconut Shell Vases Local Shopping

SHOPPING

Look out for the local wooden handicrafts from the small shops in the towns. Cruise to Bintan Island and head to Pujasera Township for traditional Bintan souvenirs like coconut head cups, as well as popular local snacks like keropok (prawn crackers). There are also a few other large shopping centers in the southern part of the island.

INSIDER TIP

Bring insect repellent to protect yourself from bug bites.

DAY 4 - Arrival Day

Singapore, Singapore

ARRIVES:
8:00 AM

SING IT OUT

After arriving at the Singapore Cruise Centre, hit the ground running and begin your activity of choice — hike Mount Faber Park, and take in the panoramic views of the city from the Terrace Garden. Stroll among 250 different types of ginger at the Botanic Gardens, then taste the flavor of the spicy plant in the form of fragrant chicken rice from one of the city's many street hawkers.

Beautiful city view of Singapore from Skyway
Central business district of Singapore
Aerial view of Singapore

After arriving at the Singapore Cruise Centre, hit the ground running and begin your activity of choice — hike Mount Faber Park, and take in the panoramic views of the city from the Terrace Garden. Stroll among 250 different types of ginger at the Botanic Gardens, then taste the flavor of the spicy plant in the form of fragrant chicken rice from one of the city's many street hawkers.

Beautiful city view of Singapore from Skyway
Central business district of Singapore
Aerial view of Singapore
Things To Do

in Singapore

View of the street with Masjid Sultan in the background in Singapore

Multicultural Medley

Singapore has four official languages and even more ethnicities that have influenced its culture. Discover the city's Muslim heritage at Sultan Mosque along Arab Street and its Chinese character (and food!) in Chinatown. Little India is the heart of the city's Tamil Indian community, while Kampong Glam is the epicenter of Malay-speaking Singapore.

Sculptural vegetation towers from Gardend by the Bay in Singapore

Two Sides of Nature

Singapore's tropical landscape is as diverse as its culture. The Singapore Botanic Garden (and adjoining Orchid Garden) approach horticulture from a more traditional perspective, while the spacey Supertrees of Gardens by the Bay would seem more at home in "Avatar" than an issue of "Better Homes and Gardens."

Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore

Zoom In, Zoom Out

Head to the rooftop of the massive Marina Bay Sands to enjoy a panorama of the Singapore skyline, which is also beautiful as seen from the city's symbolic Merlion statue on the other side of the bay. Or visit a more inward-looking Singapore icon when you order an original Singapore Sling cocktail at the Long Bar of the Raffles Hotel.

Wantan Mee, popular street food noodles with bbq pork, in Singapore

Local Cuisine

The best way to get a cross-section of Singaporean cuisine is to visit its street vendors, or hawkers, in hubs like Tiong Bahru. Jump onboard a Singapore cruise to try Cantonese-derived wantan mee noodles, with dumplings and yellow egg noodles topped with slices of char siu pork. Snack on chai tow kway, also called carrot cake, even though it's made from rice flour and daikon radish fried with eggs in pork fat.

Colorful variety of chopsticks in a small shop in Chinatown, Singapore

Shopping

Singapore is a shopper's paradise, whether you stick to the high-end boutiques of Orchard Road or the local shops throughout the city. One way to guarantee a special souvenir during your Singapore cruise vacation is to shop in the city's ethnic neighborhoods: Seek out chopsticks and lacquerware in Chinatown or incense and South India dolls in Little India.

INSIDER TIP

Although Singaporeans speak English natively, the accent (lovingly called "Singlish") can sometimes be tricky to grasp at first. If you don't understand what someone says to you, politely ask them to repeat.

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