Star Cruises has introduced new destinations onboard SuperStar Gemini in Malaysia.

Since the recent homeport relocation of SuperStar Gemini in Singapore, Star Cruises now offers seven regular itineraries starting from 2nd April to 31st October 2014. These include the 6Day/5Night to Kuantan, Redang and Tioman, the 6Day/5Night to Penang, Langkawi and Malacca, the 4Day/3Night cruise to Penang and Langkawi, the 4Day/3Night cruise to Kuantan and Pulau Redang, the 3Day/2Night cruise to Malacca, the 3Day/2Night cruise to Pulau Tioman, and the 3Day/2Night high seas cruise.

Star Cruises celebrated SuperStar Gemini’s inaugural voyage to Kuantan today, making it the first international cruise line to call at port in the capital state of Pahang this year.  Both local and international passengers were pleasantly surprised to be greeted by a spectacular cultural dance performance staged by the National Department for Culture & Arts, Pahang. Yang Berhormat Dato’ Haji Mohamad Sharkar bin Haji Shamsudin, Chairman of Pahang State Tourism and Culture Committee was also present to welcome the disembarking passengers with special souvenirs as a token of remembrance.

Yang Berhormat Dato’ Haji Mohamad Sharkar bin Haji Shamsudin, Chairman of Pahang State Tourism and Culture Committee said “We are delighted to have Star Cruises’ SuperStar Gemini to call at 2 wonderful destinations in Pahang, namely Kuantan and Pulau Tioman. I would like to thank Star Cruises for their continous support and commitment in promoting the state of Pahang as well as Malaysia to the world.”  

Jukka Silvennoinen, Captain of SuperStar Gemini said “On behalf of Star Cruises, we are proud to have Kuantan as one of the new destinations for SuperStar Gemini. Today’s welcoming ceremony in Kuantan is truly a testament of Pahang’s commitment and hospitality towards its guests. I am sure the passengers will have a wonderful and memorable experience here in Kuantan. We will continue to work closely with the relevant local authorities to make new destinations like Kuantan a popular tourist destination”.