If you’ve read my long review on Mariner of the Seas, you’d know that we truly enjoyed our 8D7N cruise vacation to Thailand and Vietnam. As promised, I’d bring you on a virtual tour on this gigantic cruise liner today. Now, first-time cruisers often have many preconceptions about sailing. They may fear that the food on the ship is terrible, that days spent onboard are a claustrophobic’s worst nightmare, that…
We indulged in a long cruise with Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas 8D7N to Thailand and Vietnam. Read our Mariner of the Seas review here.
As usual, I’ll start this post with a beautiful ocean view from our balcony. Honestly, I still can’t get enough of it. As I listen to the ocean waves in the early morning, there’s a subtlety of sound that inspires inner peace. And it has an excellent soothing effect too!
On Day 2, after having a hearty breakfast at Bella Vista, we decided to go for a golf game. We rented the golf equipments from the Activity Centre (it’s free-of-charge) and head to the Sports Deck at Deck 13.
Two years ago, we went for the 4D3N cruise to Penang – Phuket. This time, our itinerary was just slightly different. We went for the 4D3N cruise to Phuket – Langkawi. I can still remember the gourmet meals and impeccable service on-board that we had during our last trip, and we hope to experience it again.
I’m back from my cruise vacation. Fully recharged now, as I ate and slept very well for the past four days. I’m still sorting out our photos. Will be sharing the details of our trip later this week.
Going on a cruise vacation is exciting, adventurous and calming, which is why it is so popular among Singaporeans. A cruise vacation can serve as a perfect escape, and taking a cruise is also a perfect way to see the world in a leisurely manner.
It was the last day of our cruise vacation. Basically, it was an eat-sleep-relax day for us. Nothing planned for this day, no shore excursion as we were expected to reach Singapore at 7pm.