Genting Dream Cruises has made its voyage that is maiden to. The ship owned by the Malaysian gaming conglomerate first set sail last November, but this week it harbored in Japan for the first-time.
Genting Dream Cruises President Thatcher Brown, left, and Naha tourism official Takao Kadekaru, celebrated the cruise liner’s inaugural journey to Japan this week.
One of the gaming companies that are largest in the world, the Malaysia-based Genting Group has and operates casino resorts in its home country, also in the United States, great britain, Singapore, China, Philippines, Caribbean, and South Korea. It owns dozens of land-based gaming properties, but Genting’s latest investment is on the high seas.
Dream Cruises has ports in the Chinese cities of Guangzhou and Hong Kong, and travels to many different Pacific Ocean destinations including Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia. This week, it added Japan by means of Naha, the administrative centre city of Okinawa.
Genting states the ship features all the comforts of authentic Asian hospitality. Though the organization is well known for gambling, the Genting Dream is a non-gaming vessel.
In addition to Dream Cruises, Genting also owns Star Cruises, the 3rd cruise line that is largest in the world behind only Carnival and Royal Caribbean.
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