SINGAPORE – Dream Cruises is launching a Hari Raya-themed trip on the World Dream cruise liner to celebrate the end of Ramadan.
The three-night cruises to nowhere will have two sailings, departing Singapore on May 16 and 23.
They will feature halal cooking demonstrations by celebrity chefs, who will whip up halal pastries and mocktails.
A new menu will be introduced at the vessel’s Crystal Life Spa, offering massages and body scrubs that use alcohol-free products.
The Straits Times understands that the Hari Raya cruises have been “selling very well” since the operator began marketing them last month.
While the cruises cater to Muslim guests, non-Muslims can also buy tickets. Dream Cruises said tickets for the sailings in May start from $179 a person.
While the Hari Raya-themed cruises will take place after Ramadan, measures are in place for Muslim guests who take to the high seas on other cruises during the fasting month,…