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Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas Video Tour | Balcony Cabin 4N Cruise Singapore to Thailand

Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas Video Tour | Balcony Cabin 4N Cruise Singapore to Thailand

Given that I wasn’t sure exactly what to expect on my first proper cruise in Asia, I am delighted to report that I absolutely adored my week at sea aboard Royal Caribbean’s Mariner of the Seas.  So much so that I am already trying to plan a 2017 cruise on another one of their itineraries!  My first voyage was out of Singapore on their 5 day / 4 night cruise up and down the calm waters of the Straight of Malacca that stops in Klang, Malaysia and Phuket, Thailand.  Since I live in Kuala Lumpur I chilled out the day we ported in Klang but in Phuket I took a full day excursion to sail around on a long boat in Phang Nga Bay and it was fabulous!

Mariner of the Seas is a perfect getaway choice for anyone living in Asia and definitely a PERFECT way to see more of Asia while completely relaxing if you’re heading this way on holiday.

TIPS for Mariner of the Seas (watch video for FULL TOUR!):

  1. Book a Suite! I was in a lovely Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom with a Balcony (category E2, cabin 8610), which I thoroughly enjoyed.  Next time I am definitely booking a suite though.  Some have hot tubs on the veranda (no longer just a balcony!), they are roomier, and they have full access to the Club Lounge and all that you’d expect with it.
  2.  Stay Connected!  The WIFI packages are so inexpensive, I pre-ordered the 1-device service and shared it (one connection at a time) between my MacBook and iPhone during my entire stay with zero problems.
  3. Dine in the Speciality Restaurants!  For me, I was happiest in the specialty restaurants.  The service is more attentive, it’s a much smaller and more of a fine dining dining space so there were no kids running around, etc.
  4. Sail Around Phuket!  Take the Phang Nga Bay excursion in Phuket for a fun-filled day exploring their gorgeous natural landscapes, sailing around James Bond Island, and walking through the narrow paths in a lovely Muslim village built above water on stilts.

Connect with Mariner of the Seas

  • For more information or to book a Royal Caribbean cruise in Asia on the Mariner of the Seas, visit their website.
  • Be sure to follow Royal Caribbean Asia on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for a daily dose of travel inspiration.

XOXO Angela

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I am Angela, a location independent single mom from California (AngelaCarson on YouTube). At 21, I dropped out of uni to travel Mexico solo. I’ve explored 37 countries, living in Spain and India with my daughter, then China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and currently Indonesia as an empty nester. For more, check out the About Me page.

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