Home to the ninth largest cruise port in the world, cruises to Singapore arrive at the Singapore Cruise Centre, a purpose-built modern terminal facility in the Harbourfront district in Maritime Square. Located 20 minutes from Changi International Airport and just under 10 minutes from the city centre, the terminal is your gateway to experiencing exotic Asia. Discover the vibrant culture and rich heritage of this bustling city, where modern day sky scrapers meet ancient temples and historic architecture. Whether finishing your cruise here or simply passing through, there is plenty of opportunity to go sightseeing and enjoy the famous shopping.

Cruises to Singapore

Japan, Hong kong & Vietnam
13 Nights on Celebrity Solstice Departing Tokyo: 10th Oct 2021
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Western Mediterranean & Singapore
30 Nights on Queen Elizabeth Departing Barcelona: 11th Oct 2021
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Western Mediterranean to Fremantle
37 Nights on Queen Elizabeth Departing Barcelona: 11th Oct 2021
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Western Mediterranean to Melbourne
43 Nights on Queen Elizabeth Departing Barcelona: 11th Oct 2021
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Asia & Australia
18 Nights on Royal Princess Departing Singapore: 15th Oct 2021
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Cruises to Singapore from Sydney

Australia & Asian Splendors
72 Nights on Seabourn Sojourn Departing Sydney: 20th Feb 2022
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Australia Intensive Voyage
17 Nights on Azamara Journey Departing Sydney: 22nd Feb 2022
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Australia & Orchid Isles
26 Nights on Seabourn Ovation Departing Sydney: 23rd Feb 2022
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Sydney to Singapore
25 Nights on Queen Victoria Departing Sydney: 1st Mar 2022
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Sydney To Cape Town
44 Nights on Queen Victoria Departing Sydney: 1st Mar 2022
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Cruises from Brisbane to Singapore

World Cruise - Brisbane to London (Dover)
50 Nights on Coral Princess Departing Brisbane: 20th May 2022
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World Cruise - Roundtrip Brisbane
107 Nights on Coral Princess Departing Brisbane: 20th May 2022
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Frequently Asked Questions

What cruise lines sail out of Singapore?

There are a number of cruise lines that sail out of Singapore including Celebrity Cruises, Royal Carribean, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Seabourn, Cunard, P&O and Azamara.

When is the best time to cruise to Singapore?

Thanks to favourable weather conditions and minimal rain, February to April is the best time to cruise to Singapore.

How many days will my cruise spend in Singapore?

Cruises to Singapore are generally made up of a larger itinerary that visit other destinations across Asia and the world. Typically, cruises to Singapore will visit the city for 2 - 3 days. Alternatively there are a number of one way cruises to Singapore that allow you to explore the city for longer.

Singapore Skyline - Singapore Tourism Board


There’s something for everyone in Singapore, with popular attractions ranging from exotic wildlife and beautiful beaches to tranquil gardens, fascinating history, authentic local cuisine and shopping beyond your wildest dreams. Famous for its outstanding shopping, bargain hunters can’t miss the shopping malls of Orchard Road or the Marina Bay and Bugis.

Some of the country’s most beautiful beaches can be found on the east coast as well as Sentosa Island. Ideal for swimming, relaxing on the beach or getting active in the water, these beaches will rival those found in the Pacific. Take a Sentosa Island adventure and ride the cable car to explore all the family fun of this man-made island including theme parks, golf courses, gardens, live stage shows and aquarium.

Known as the ‘Garden City’, Singapore offers a stunning range of parks and gardens within the city centre. Don’t miss the National Orchid Garden, amazing Cloud Forest, Japanese Gardens, Southern Ridges HortPark, Botanical Gardens and the incredible Flower Dome in the Gardens by the Bay. If you’re also interested in wildlife, the Chinese Gardens feature a tortoise and turtle sanctuary. For a more in depth look at the local wildlife, check out Night Safari, Jurong Bird Park and the Singapore Zoo.

Singapore is a fascinating blend of Indian, Malaysian and Chinese ethnicities. A huge part of Singapore’s culture is based around food and with so many unique influences your tastebuds are in for a treat. Set out on a melting pot discovery and explore Chinatown, Little India and Arab St for an insight into traditional dishes. Sample everything from Malaysian to Middle Eastern fare and fresh seafood.

Singapore’s history is as rich as its culture and the best place to explore its colonial past is north of Singapore River and to the east of Orchard in Bras Basah. There are plenty of historical buildings and museums that offer an interesting insight into the Singapore of old. The locals of all ethnicities are religious, meaning a wide range of faiths are practised at a wide range of places of worship. The best places to see include the Burmese Buddhist Temple, Masjid Sultan, Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery, Sri Mariamman Hindu temple and the oldest hokkien temple in Singapore, Thian Hock Keng temple.

Arrivals & Departures

Singapore Cruise Centre

Maritime Square, HarbourFront Centre

Distance from City: 4kms (7mins)
Distance from Airport: 19km (20mins)
Taxi Fare Estimate: S$15 – $20 ($14 - $19 AUD) one way, cruise terminal to city