Prepare for four days of refreshing sailing across the sea when you embark on the Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas from Singapore and back again.
Calling on more exotic destinations such as Phuket and Penang makes this trip notable. This route is an unusual one for the Quantum of the Seas.
Coming in at under $95 per day, this represents a really good value. This price is the total you pay, no sneaky extra fees.
Over 4,100 travelers can comfortably travel on the namesake of the Quantum class, based in Asia and refurbished only one year ago in 2019.
Want to work with your friends to get out of an escape room, experience the Northstar observation capsule, learn to surf on the Flowrider artificial surf wave, sip on a high-tech cocktail a bar with a robotic bartender, or experience weightlessness in an indoor skydiving chamber? These features can only be found on Royal Caribbean and are all found on the Quantum of the Seas. In addition, experience rare activities like a roller skating rink, an ice skating rink, and a bumper car track.
The Quantum of the Seas also offers ten jacuzzis, an outdoor movie theater, a ping pong table, a basketball court, a casino, a solarium, a gym, a rock climbing wall, a spa, and four pools.
This graph shows the price over time for every type of cabin. Since it was first listed on March 26th of this year, The price of this cruise has varied between $344 and $514 for a cabin, including $60 in taxes and port charges. Right now this sailing is only $30 higher than the all time low of $344 so reserve your cabin now before it goes up.
|$93.50 per day||$95.25 per day||$102.25 per day||$119.75 per day|
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This sailing is made up of one day at sea and two days in port. Major features include visits to unusual cities like Phuket and Penang.
|Mon, Jan 25||Singapore||5:00pm|
|Tue, Jan 26||Penang, Malaysia||2:30pm||9:00pm|
|Wed, Jan 27||Phuket, Thailand||8:00am||6:00pm|
|Thu, Jan 28||At Sea|
|Fri, Jan 29||Singapore||7:00am|
The Quantum of the Seas sails this route two times next year, but doesn't sail it this year. The Voyager of the Seas also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.