Singapore is the gateway to Southeast Asia – and is the port of call for many cruise routes.
This gives a family or couple in Singapore the best holiday option – to choose a cruise holiday of their own for memories of a lifetime.
Some of the top cruises in Asia sail out of Singapore.
Singapore is a cruising hub from where you can opt to travel routes which will take you through both the old world charms and the modern day attractions.
If you board a cruise from Singapore, you can visit lush green tropical rainforests, vibrant open-air markets, historical ancient cities and miles of beaches.
Some of the best cruises from Singapore, visit destinations such as Ho Chi Minh, Kuala Lumpur, Bali, Phuket, Langkawi, Port Blair or Ha Long Bay.
Singapore cruises are a great way for a 2 to 3 day short breaks.
As for the answer to your question “ Which cruise line is the best in Singapore?”, we suggest, take a look at the whole list and find out for yourself.
List of all the cruises departing from Singapore
Best cruises from Singapore
Here is our shortlist of the best cruises which depart Singapore.
This list of best cruises is applicable for families with kids, couples, singles and large groups of friends.
Singapore Cruise 1. Azamara Journey
If you choose Azamara Journey, you will get longer port stoppages. That is whenever the cruise ship stops in a port you will have more time to enjoy the local flavors, shopping, and attractions. This cruise ship stops at Beijing, Osaka, Bali, Georgetown and more.
Singapore Cruise 2. Mariner of the Seas
Mariner of the Seas is almost similar to SuperStar Virgo. The only difference being Mariner of the Seas has more attractions on the ship for every family member. If you choose this cruise, you can visit places such as Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Phuket, Penang and more.
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Singapore Cruise 3. Star Pride (formerly Seabourn Pride)
Star Pride gives you an opportunity to extend your Singapore dollar by making a trip to Indian city Port Blair. Besides that, you can also visit Halong Bay, Langkawi and more.
Earlier, she was known as Seabourn Pride and is now operated for Windstar Cruises.
Singapore Cruise 4. Silver Shadow
Silver Shadow cruise ship is the epitome of luxury and ends up pampering everybody who gets onboard. This cruise ship visits destinations such as Ho Chi Minh City, Lombok, Hong Kong, Bali etc.
Singapore Cruise 5. Costa Atlantica
Costa Atlantica cruise ship visits places such as China, Malaysia, and South Korea, thus making it more of a discoverer than a vacationer.
Singapore Cruise 6. SuperStar Virgo
If you and your family opt for the SuperStar Virgo cruise, you can visit sunny, beach destinations such as Phuket, Redang, Langkawi and many more.
Singapore Cruise 7. Celebrity Millennium
Celebrity Millennium pampers you no end with lots of activities which you will enjoy onboard. The destinations you will end up visiting on this cruise which sails through Singapore are – Boracay, Yangon, Shanghai and Ho Chi Minh.
Singapore Cruise 8. Sapphire Princess
Sapphire Princess brings together the right mix of excellent accommodations, exquisite dining and adventurous activities to make the cruise a memorable holiday for all. This luxury cruise goes to Hong Kong, Bangkok and Bali.
Short pre-cruise vacation in Singapore
If you haven’t already planned this, we suggest you come in a few days before your cruise from Singapore departs and have a short holiday here.
Singapore is a great holiday spot for families and couples alike.
If you prefer beaches, Singapore can offer that. Or if you prefer man made entertainment there is plenty of that too in Singapore.
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