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Sparkling Singapore is an exciting city that prides itself on its architectural beauty with a modern twist. With an abundance of green spaces and stunning landmarks, you’ll find no shortage of sites to discover during an Asia cruise that departs from Singapore. Take a stroll down the sprawling Singapore Botanic Gardens or marvel at the futuristic waterfront park of Gardens by the Bay. Soak in the city-wide views from the top of the Singapore Flyer Ferris wheel or walk along the Marina Bay and explore historic hotels and bars. Singapore has a little something for everyone, including outdoor adventure, a world-class dining scene, unrivaled shopping, and everything in between.
On cruises from Singapore, you’ll stop in stunning ports in Thailand, Vietnam, and Japan, along the way. Even better, on some itineraries, you’ll spend an overnight in Singapore, which will allow you to discover the city’s thrilling nightlife and breathtaking skyline views that come alive once the sun goes down.
Discover ancient landmarks, bustling cities, and delicious cuisine in Vietnam, an alluring destination that fuses French colonial history with modern Asian influences. Make your way around Ho Chi Minh’s five-star restaurants and lively markets. Admire the towering Marble Mountains in Da Nang and the ancient ruins and temples in Hue. During a stop in Hanoi, discover the natural beauty of Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you’ll be in awe of its towering limestone structures, hidden caves, and emerald waters.
Marvel at natural wonders, religious landmarks, and stunning landscapes during a Singapore cruise that stops in Japan. Stroll around tranquil Japanese gardens and admire the dazzling architecture in Kobe, a city also known for its famous mouthwatering beef. While at Mount Fuji, experience the wonder of Japan’s highest mountain, one of the country’s most sacred sites, and climb up to the top for unbeatable views of Shizuoka and Tokyo in the distance.
Explore colorful destinations in Thailand during one of our cruises from Singapore. Most of our itineraries include an overnight stay in Bangkok, giving you a fantastic opportunity to discover the City of Angels. Spend two days visiting golden temples, admiring magnificent Buddhas, and scouring the floating markets, where you’re sure to find a variety of local treasures to bring back home.
Experience the magic of a cruise from Singapore aboard one of our award-winning ships, where you’ll be surrounded by the utmost comfort and luxury throughout your journey. Travel to spectacular destinations in Asia, including ports in Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, and Hong Kong. All of our cruises from Singapore are open-jaw itineraries that depart and disembark in different ports, which allows you to discover more places in the region than ever before.
Depending on the sailing, cruises from Singapore can include overnight stays in exciting cities like Singapore, Hong Kong, Hanoi, Manila, Bangkok, or Kobe. And on some cruises, you can even take advantage of overnight stays in two different cities, helping you maximize your time during your vacation around Asia.
Spend your trip exploring fascinating ports of call and later unwind aboard a cutting-edge during days at sea. On your cruise, you’ll savor world-class cuisine that includes global-inspired menus crafted by a Michelin-starred chef. Throughout your vacation, you’ll also enjoy impeccable service from our team of concierges and butlers, as well as unlimited entertainment offerings at our visionary venues.
Sip artisanal cocktails at an upscale bar or dance the night away in one of the lounges. Watch riveting performances in the theater and listen to live music at the open air Lawn Club, an alfresco area with more than a half-acre of real grass. Lounge under the sun at the outdoor pool or take a break at the serene indoor solarium. For a truly unforgettable vacation, book a stay at The Retreat, our luxury vacation experience that includes suite accommodations and access to a private restaurant, sun deck, and lounge.
Whether you’re traveling alone, on your honeymoon, or with your entire family, you’ll find there’s no shortage of fun things to do while aboard a Celebrity Cruise.
Your Celebrity cruise from Singapore will be waiting for you at the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore, or MBCCS. The cruise terminal is equipped with free wifi, souvenir shopping, and currency exchange. Plus, the Marina South Pier metro station is a short walk away, making it easy to get to or from your cruise ship to the city’s financial and business district. The city of Singapore has greatly invested in making its cruise facilities modern, luxurious, and state of the art.
The Gardens by the Bay have become completely synonymous with Singapore. Here you’ll find sculptures in the shape of funky flowers lit up in bright colors. The garden is home to multiple greenhouses, like the Flower Dome, where the temperatures and the plant life are always in spring. In the Cloud Forest, a small mountain was built for visitors to scale, bringing a tropical mountain climate all the way to Singapore. Guided tours and shows happen daily, and there’s something for all ages here, including a children’s garden and a sculpture park.
This UNESCO World Heritage site is one of the few places to see the island’s rarest vegetation and greenery, making it not only a paradise but also one of the most important preservation efforts in all of Asia. When you cruise Singapore, take a leisurely walk through the grounds, where you can literally stop and smell the flowers. The Orchid Garden offers the largest collection of orchids in the world, and imported swans float along Swan Lake for a romantic afternoon out.
Take a ride on the incredible Singapore flyer, a massive Ferris wheel in the heart of Singapore. Rides last about 30 minutes and offer incredible, panoramic views of the city during the adventure. Watch the futuristic skyline on one side and the peaceful harbor as ships float in and out on the other. At night, the Flyer even lights up.
For a close look at some of Singapore’s most exotic wildlife, take an unforgettable night safari, where you’ll enjoy a tram ride through this nocturnal zoo in the heart of the rainforest while on your cruise to Singapore. Nearly 150 species call this ecosystem their home, and 38 of them are endangered. There are even shows like fire-twirling and dancing, and smaller group buggy rides through the park with an expert guide.
The definitive spot for shopping in Singapore is Orchard Road, the shopping district home to over 5,000 businesses. You can lose track of time here while on a cruise to Singapore, whether you’re looking to explore art galleries, try on new clothes, or browse for high-end goods. There’s even a rare whisky museum where you can enjoy whisky tastings. Orchard Road is also home to many bars and restaurants that add to Singapore’s gourmet scene.
One of the best ways to admire the Singapore skyline is by taking a scenic bumboat cruise down the Singapore River. From the water, you’ll marvel at the historic Boat Quay, as well as the city’s more modern architectural sites, including the towering Marina Bay Sands and Helix Bridge. If you board a bumboat at night, you’ll also have the chance to enjoy a thrilling laser show with music, light, and water that come together for a magnificent visual experience.
When stopped before your cruise from Singapore, you’ll see the city has a vibrant energy that is infectious. Singapore’s Chinatown is a must-see for some of the cheapest, best street food in the city, shops featuring local artists and designers, and beautifully preserved temples. Walk the narrow streets, stop for a bite to eat, or tour the restored temple Thian Hock Keng.
Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck
Make a reservation for one of the top spots for dim sum and its namesake, peking duck, here. There’s a location very close to the shopping along Orchard Road. This cozy spot is ideal for lunch after a long stretch of boutique hopping. You’ll want to plan ahead. Advanced orders are required if you want to nosh on the Beijing-style roasted duck.
Tarts at Tarte by Cheryl Koh
Address: #01-12, 1 Scotts Road, Singapore
When you’re craving sweets, Tarts at Tarte bring you pretty much every variety of tart, cake, and truffle available. Here you’ll find 66% dark chocolate tarts, blood orange tarts, and light-as-air sponge cakes. Bring some back to the ship with you as you cruise Singapore. Coffee and tea are menu staples, too.
Address: #01-03 Dorsett Residences, Singapore
The one Michelin-starred Candlenut frequently makes “best of” lists in Singapore for its gourmet takes on Peranakan cuisine. The menu changes based on seasonal and available produce, and also offers luxe a la carte options from baby squid to chicken curry. Chef Malcolm Lee brings an extravagance to recipes passed down through generations of family.
Park Bench Deli
Address: 179 Telok Ayer St., Singapore 068627
Unpretentious and styled like an American deli, Park Bench Deli is a place to hang out with a juicy sandwich and a cold beer. From a classic fried chicken sandwich to the more adventurous pastrami tater tots, head here for comfort food in the heart of Singapore.
The island of Singapore was settled by the British in the early 19th century, who then built up the port and encouraged international trade to the area. Singapore gained independence in 1965 and quickly became one of the wealthiest and most expensive places in the world as investments in housing, education, and trade began to expand. Singapore’s culture is a melting pot, known for influences from both Asia and Europe, where you’ll hear residents speaking many languages from English to Mandarin to Tamil. Its warm climate year-round makes it a favorite for tropical weather lovers.
Find luxury brands and well-known names when you’re shopping at the Marina Bay Sands Mall, which is just a short 15-minute ride from the cruise center, particularly if you’re interested in high fashion and Singaporean designers. Singapore’s Chinatown is also a must-see for its energy, where vendors not only sell cheap eats at their stalls, but also offer fashion from independent and emerging designers and artists looking to support their craft. Because so many vendors also sell food, you can hop from boutique to boutique and stay close to some of the best food before your cruise from Singapore.
Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system is comprehensive and easy to navigate, not to mention efficient and clean. Hop off at the Marina South Pier station, just a short walk from the Marina Bay Cruise Centre, after spending time in downtown Singapore and the city’s main sights. Of course, taxis are very common in Singapore, but only stop at designated stands to drop you off once you’re in the city to curb traffic and make the drop-off process smoother for the city. Singapore doesn’t host ride-sharing services like Uber or Lyft currently. The city’s trishaws are mostly a tourist activity now, so be careful not to pay too much for one.
The official currency of Singapore is the Singaporean dollar (S$). Tipping isn’t common practice in Singapore, and credit cards are considered the norm here. You can find currency exchange at banks and conveniently at the cruise port, called the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore.