Asian cruise line Star Cruises will homeport its ship SuperStar Gemini at Bangkok’s Laem Chabang International Terminal, from 17 December 2017 through to 27 April 2018.
Throughout its long history with Thailand, the cruise line has brought millions of passengers to visit Thailand’s many famous destinations including Hua Hin, Ko Chang, Krabi, Pattaya, Phi Phi Island, Songkla and Sri Racha, and the new deployment will continue to shine the spotlight on Thailand as a premier destination in Asia.
“Thailand has the largest number of tourists of all ASEAN countries and is a perfect location for fly-cruise passengers,” Star Cruises president Mr Ang Moo Lim says.
“We will work closely with all our agents locally internationally to package cruises with land vacations to make Bangkok the ‘Gateway to IndoChina’ due to its superior air and tourist infrastructure and provide travellers with yet another reason to visit Thailand.”
During her deployment, SuperStar Gemini will embark on three-night cruises to Cambodia’s premier beach town Sihanoukville and the Thai island destination of Ko Samui, departing every Sunday, two-night cruises to Sihanoukville, departing every Wednesday, and two-night cruises to Cambodia’s Koh Kong Island, departing on every Friday.
On board the ship, guests can enjoy an inclusive gastronomic journey with up to six complimentary meals daily or dine at a choice of more than restaurants and bars, boasting a variety of international cuisines freshly prepared by award-winning chefs.
SuperStar Gemini also features a wide variety of shopping options, entertainments, a health club and spa, and a range of accommodation options including spacious Executive Suites complete with their own living rooms.