£1379pp – Royal Caribbean: Singapore-to-Dubai cruise & stay

£1379pp – Royal Caribbean: Singapore-to-Dubai cruise & stayImage

About this Deal

Sail to modern metropolises, colonial cities and beautiful beach resorts with a much-loved cruise lineSail from Singapore to Dubai, stopping at Phuket, Cochin -- the gateway to Kerala's sleepy backwaters -- Goa and Muscat en route. This 15-night cruise-and-stay package is now £1379 per person. We found the same cruise selling elsewhere, without the stay, for over £400 more.

What's included

Outbound flight to Singapore and return flight from Dubai

Two nights at the Summer View Hotel, Singapore, in a Superior Room

13-night cruise on Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas, in a Promenade-View Interior Stateroom, with meals and snacks

Visit the Infinity Cruises website for more information. When Flights depart from London Heathrow on 6 April, 2018. Itinerary The trip begins in Singapore, with two nights at the Summer View Hotel. The hotel is five minutes' walk from Rochor MTR station and a little under 15 minutes' walk from the Singapore Art Museum and Raffles City shopping mall.

Next is the cruise. Mariner of the Seas sails from Singapore to Phuket, Thailand's largest island, and one of its most popular beach resorts. You can visit Phuket Town, Wat Chalong Buddhist temple or beautiful Phang Nga Bay, where you'll see Khao Phing Kan -- a 20-metre-tall limestone stack popularly known as James Bond Island after it appeared in a Bond film (supplements apply for excursions). Mariner of the Seas then heads to India for stops in Cochin on the Kerala coast, where you can take a boat trip around the backwaters and explore its colonial history, and Goa, known for its beaches, spicy seafood dishes and laid-back vibe.The next port of call is Muscat, the capital of Oman, where we recommend a visit to the Muttrah Souk and the beautiful Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque.The final stop is Dubai, where you'll stay overnight, giving you more time to see the city's shopping malls, bustling souks, theme parks, beaches and glitzy buildings, including the Burj al Arab hotel.