Photos from Top Left to Bottom Right: Centrum Wow, Chops Grille Specialty Restaurant, Royal Babies and Tots Nursery & Digital Way-Finding System
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Legend of the Seas will be back in Singapore tomorrow to embark on her final Singapore season with a variety of Southeast Asia itineraries including new ports-of-call Kota Kinabalu and Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunei), as well as a major revitalization in the pipeline next January.
Final Singapore Season Highlights
Legend of the Seas will be featuring distinct itineraries ranging from two to seven nights to destinations such as Malacca, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi and Phuket for her final Singapore season from October 31 till early April. Highlights of this season include the festive cruises for Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year, the new 7-night cruise to Kota Kinabalu and Bandar Seri Begawan and the 5-night cruise to Bangkok and Koh Samui back by popular demand.
New Experience on Legend of the Seas
The 70,000 gross registered ton, 2,074-guest Legend of the Seas will be undergoing a bow-to-stem refurbishment with some of the popular Oasis-Class ship features added onboard. She will receive an array of new venues including four new highly-acclaimed dining options, dazzling entertainment as well as a refresh of all furniture and staterooms. Guests can enjoy these exciting amenities from February 6 next year.
Four of the fleet’s most highly acclaimed dining concepts to be brought onboard are Izumi Asian Cuisine restaurant, Chop’s Grille steakhouse, the exclusive 14-guest Chef’s Table and Park Cafe. New visually stunning entertainment includes the reinvented Centrum featuring a new
high-flying entertainment experience where aerialists glide through the five-storey atrium, and a large LED screen at the poolside.
Parents onboard will be delighted by the new Royal Babies and Tots Nursery specially designed for the cruise line’s youngest guests of 6 – 36 months old. Guests can also enjoy a host of technology enhancements such as pervasive Wi-Fi, interactive flat-panel TVs in their staterooms and digital way-finding system throughout the ship. In addition, staterooms will be restyled with contemporary décor and a number of oceanview rooms will be converted into balconies.
A Destination in Itself
Onboard the feature-packed Legend of the Seas, vacationers can look forward to an ocean of entertainment and relaxation choices, such as the brand’s signature 9m rock-climbing wall offering an incredible view of the sea, and a miniature golf course which promises endless fun for the whole family.
In addition, one can savour the wide variety of mouth-watering international cuisine with Asian selections whilst enjoying the sea view from the two-tier glass-walled Romeo and Juliet Dining Room, watch dazzling musicals and dance performances, or relax in the Solarium indoor pool that comes with glass roof. As for the younger guests, they will be entertained by the complimentary Adventure Ocean activities for multiple age groups.
Source = Royal Caribbean International