‘Dream Markets at Sea’ will feature an array of international and Asian street deli food stalls with culinary offerings from Spain, Germany, Western Australia and France as well as Hong Kong and Taiwan flavours, Japanese and Korean deli favourites, Southeast Asian specialties and sweet treats.
Other themes will focus on Western Australia, Mid-Autumn Festival, Oktoberfest and Halloween celebrations.
‘With international travel still restricted, Dream Cruises is bringing your favourite destinations directly to you with an exclusively curated series of cultural and culinary experiences and joyful festive celebrations on board World Dream, providing guests with an unparalleled cruising experience that cannot be found in any land-based attractions in Singapore,’ said Michael Goh, President of Dream Cruises and Head of International Sales, Genting Cruise Lines.
Western Australia theme
October 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27 and 29 sailings include 10 balcony staterooms themed around Western Australia, a lobster and prawn pasta linguini cooking show and lobster menus available at specialty restaurants.
Oktoberfest at sea
September 26, October 1, 3 and 10 sailings will centre around Oktoberfest with German beers and culinary specialties such as crispy pork knuckles, Nurnberger sausages and pretzels. Complimentary cooking workshops will show guests how to make apfel strudel, pretzels and Bavarian potato salad. Bavarian folk dances and games will be performed with prizes going to the best dressed Fraulein, Frau or Herren.
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