Royal Caribbean Cruise Legend of the Sea Trip Summary

18 December, 2009

Legends of the Sea itinerary Royal caribbean CruiseWe will take a break from the Hong Kong posts to share on our 4 Nights Isles of Sea cruise experience onboard Royal Caribbean Cruise Legend of the Sea. Before embarking on this cruise, I had the perception that cruises are overpriced holidays – you get cooped up in a small room with nothing much to do except eating and gambling. It is hard to find cheap cruises. However I realised how wrong I was with this Royal Caribbean Cruise experience – I felt really pampered by the experienced and friendly cruise service staff and there are so many exciting activities to do onboard the ship. Read on to find out more about our experience onboard. 🙂

Royal Carribean Cruise Ship Legend of the Seas

4N Isles of Sea Cruise Itinerary

Our cruise itinerary is a simple one:

Day 1: Departure from Singapore at 5pm
Day 2: Arrival at Port Klang, Malaysia at 7am and Departure from Port Klang at 5pm
Day 3: Arrival at Phuket, Thailand at 1pm and Departure from Phuket at 10pm
Day 4: Cruising at Sea (no ports of call)
Day 5: Arrival back in Singapore at 7am

4N Isles of Sea Royal Caribbean Cruise Posts

This post will be updated with links to our posts on our cruise experience.




Shore Excursions

Royal Carribean Cruise Ship Legend of the Seas Towel Elephant

Zhiqiang & Tingyi

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    28 July, 2010 at 11:59 am

    Hi! I saw that Royal Caribbean’s having a $3 room upgrade deal, so I was thinking of booking a trip. Thanks so much for your review! Now I know more or less what to expect (: Your trip looks awesome, by the way!

    • TingyiReply

      29 July, 2010 at 11:41 pm

      Thanks Christalclear! Hope you enjoy your trip too! 😉

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    I just booked a 5N trip w RC on Legend of the sea to Bangkok and am looking for more information. Can you let me know if there are wifi or Internet connection on board? Also how would you rate the on shore tours?

    I couldn’t find any details on the land tours and their office number is always busy! I know the Bangkok port of call is 100k away from the city so last thing I want is to pay $100+ to spend 3 hs on bus…..

    • Zhiqiang & TingyiReply

      16 April, 2011 at 10:36 pm

      Hi Roland – internet connection onboard is chargeable (at about 6 USD per minute). The quality of the shore tours/excursions varies e.g. for Phuket, i suggest just sticking around town since its near port. For places that are far off e.g. KL and Bangkok and if you haven’t been there, i suggest taking the day long city tour – but it seems from this site abt the shore excursions available: – you can also consider nearer destinations e.g. Pattaya

      There should be more info in the pre-departure cruise booklet they issue you a few weeks before.

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