Royal Caribbean returns to Thailand

Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas has longer sailings and more of Southeast Asia to explore in the coming months as it embarks on cruises with Phuket, one of the main ports of call. four- to seven-night cruises to popular destinations. such as Penang and Port Klang in Malaysia.

Sailings are open for booking on the Royal Caribbean website.

“Thailand is hugely popular with our Singapore customers – its cuisine, culture and welcoming people have made the country a destination of choice for many, and we are delighted to be able to visit Phuket again so travelers can fully experience the wonders and rich heritage of the Southeast Asian region,” said Angie Stephen, Vice President and General Manager, Asia Pacific, Royal Caribbean International.

Thailand’s travel and tourism industries can expect an increase in the weekly sailings Spectrum has to deliver to Phuket. We continue to work closely with governments in the region to connect our guests with new destinations, adventures and experiences, and to become a gateway for flying cruisers around the world looking to experience the spice of South Asia. South East.

“As Thailand’s largest island, Phuket is the pearl of the Andaman Sea, with its stunning beaches, glorious sunsets at Cape Phromthep and spectacular local culture and lifestyle. Tourists also enjoy the distinct local architecture and row houses that show Sino-Portuguese influence, which today house museums, boutique hotels and cafes. Phuket’s famous cultural shows, as well as the Phuket Fantasy theme park, which combines Thai arts and culture with state-of-the-art sound and light shows, provide a memorable experience for visitors to the island,” the governor said. Narong Woonsiew, Governor of Phuket, Thailand. .

Pictured: Angie Stephen, Vice President and Managing Director, Asia-Pacific, Royal Caribbean International, and His Excellency, Narong Wun Siew, Governor of Phuket, making the exchanges as part of the plaque and key ceremony in recognition returning from the sightseeing cruise in Phuket, Thailand.

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