Royal Caribbean Singapore Reviews: Spectrum Of The Seas

Is it worth your buck?
By: agnes
May 30, 2022

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Royal Caribbean Singapore has been giving Singaporeans an opportunity to escape reality. The cruise to nowhere was a big hit as people literally took a cruise to nowhere. Nevertheless, they were entertained with shows and various activities that kept them busy. Furthermore, the view was terrific, especially early in the morning and before the sunset. You can still book a cruise for a short little getaway despite travel restrictions being lifted. If you’re thinking of booking the famous Spectrum Of The Seas cruise, here are some Royal Caribbean Singapore reviews just for you.

The Ship Itself

There have been many Royal Caribbean Singapore reviews on the cruise ship itself. You’ll be exceptionally excited if you’re a cruise ship enthusiast yourself. With competitors like Genting’s Dream Cruises, Royal Caribbean Singapore needed to stand out from the crowd. As of now, Royal Caribbean Singapore is Asia’s largest and most expensive cruise ship. Plus, it’s 347 metres long – which is incredible!

In addition, Royal Caribbean Singapore reviews have said that the cruise ship is incredibly clean. This is because the cruise ship is actually pretty new. Therefore, if there’s any cruise ship in Singapore that you’ll want to hop on, it’s got to be this one!

Rooms At Royal Caribbean Singapore

Of course, the first thing when it comes to Royal Caribbean Singapore reviews is the rooms! There are four options to choose from – Interior, Ocean View, Balcony, and Suite. If you’re on a tight budget, we would recommend the Interior or Ocean View. But to be completely honest, your experience wouldn’t be as fun as being in the Suite rooms. This is because the latter features a balcony overlooking the vast sea.

Furthermore, the Suites also have a large king bed that will truly make you want to sleep in all day! Aside from that, there’s also a bathtub for you to soak your worries away, L’Occitane toiletries and a Lavazza coffee machine. 

However, if you’re there with a family then there’s also a special family suite available. The room is two stories with a slide, a cinema, and so much more. In fact, you can also book this room even if you’re just travelling with friends – because why not?

Royal Caribbean Singapore Reviews On Food

Royal Caribbean Singapore offers a wide range of Asian cuisine – with highlights like Hot Pot, Teppanyaki, and Sichuan Red. If you’re looking for something incredibly memorable then we recommend going for Teppanyaki. At this restaurant, the chefs will sing and entertain you with tricks while they cook up your meal right in front of you. 

From innovative Chinese teas and classic coffee concoctions to robots making cocktails for you, there are plenty of options for your caffeine fix at Leaf & Bean in New York City’s Soho neighbourhood. As for pasta, Jamie’s Italian by Jamie Oliver is available, but if you’re looking for something a little more experimental, go over to Wonderland. Wonderland features a truly unique setting with delicious food.

Furthermore, there are plenty of other places to eat. The Dog House and Sorrento’s Pizza allow you to gorge on hot dogs and pizza to your heart’s content. The Windjammer offers a big buffet three times a day, while dining in the Main Dining Room is a sophisticated event.


The cruise has plenty of activities and amenities to keep you entertained. They have also received great Royal Caribbean Singapore reviews. You will find signature experiences like iFly’s Ripcord. This allows you to glide serenely as you perform the skydiving manoeuvres. Furthermore, you’ll be able to take in the stunning views as this activity is located at the highest point on the ship.

If you’re not up for the thrill rides, you can opt to ride the North Star. It’ll take you 300 feet above sea level in an all-glass observation capsule. Here, you can view everything the ocean has to offer – from dolphins to maybe even whales!

The FlowRider surf simulator and the SeaPlex, the largest indoor exercise complex at sea, are further notable features. The latter is a flexible venue that can hold a variety of activities after the sun goes down, from basketball and futsal games to bumper car races. At any given time, attendees are free to use the table tennis, foosball, and archery tables that are scattered throughout the venue.

Amenities At Royal Caribbean Singapore

Looking to just kick back and relax? Then check out the two swimming pools that the Spectrum of the Sea has on its upper deck. In fact, there’s also a jacuzzi where you can sip on cocktails from bars that are all around the pool. 

Aside from that, you’ll also find various entertainment throughout the cruise ship. After sunset, the Two70 changes into something else entirely with the help of robotic lighting, state-of-the-art projections and enthusiastic performers. Dancers, singers, and even contortionists will keep you delighted at this event. Live bands and pianists can be heard in a variety of other places throughout the ship. There’s even a casino if you’d like to place some bets!

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