First to have a homeport in RI, Resort World Cruises sets sail starting in June


The cruise ship owned by Resorts World Cruises will be the first international cruise ship to have a homeport at Tanjung Priok Harbor, Jakarta. Resort World One cruises will begin during the local school holidays from 16 June – 1 July 2024, with a 6 day / 5 night cruise from Jakarta to Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.

“As an international cruise company originating from Asia, Resorts World Cruises is very enthusiastic and proud to be the pioneer of the first homeport in Indonesia. Indonesians are already familiar with the Resorts World Cruises brand which sails out of Singapore and now they sail round trip from Jakarta to Singapore and Kuala Lumpur at Resorts World One,” said Resorts World Cruises President Michael Goh.

“We also express our sincere thanks to the local government, authorities and our travel partners for their support in helping us realize our dream of sailing from Indonesia. We look forward to developing the national and regional cruise tourism industry together,” he added.



Tourists can board Resorts World One from the port of Tanjung Priok in Jakarta with its maiden voyage on 16 June 2024 (Sunday) followed by departures on 21 June (Friday), 26 June (Wednesday) and 1 July (Monday).

The cost of this cruise ship trip starts from IDR 10 million per guest for the normal price with a twin sharing cabin. The third and fourth passengers can board the ship for free in the same cabin.

The 6 day / 5 night cruise itinerary is specially designed to give tourists from Indonesia the perfect blend of holiday experiences visiting two countries, Singapore and Malaysia.

Guests will also have plenty of time to relax, enjoying a variety of Muslim-friendly cuisine, including authentic and popular Malaysian and Singaporean dishes, as well as a wide range of international options on days at sea.

As one of the favorite destinations of many Indonesians, Singapore remains a popular tourist and shopping paradise, featuring top international retail brands and all things local.

While in Singapore, guests will visit iconic landmarks such as the Merlion, the famous Gardens by the Bay, featuring over 1.5 million plants from around the world at the iconic Flower Dome, the Cloud Forest and the Supertree Observatory, including theme parks, art and culture, as well as renowned international cuisine from street food stalls to Michelin-awarded restaurants.

From the modern city of Singapore, guests are invited to explore Kuala Lumpur, starting at destinations such as TRX, visiting ancient limestone rocks, Batu Caves which displays the beauty of Hindu temples, shopping at Central Market which is the center of Malaysian culture, arts and crafts, or go hunting for street food to get the best local dishes.

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