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Old 09-09-2014, 11:26 AM   #46
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That's some good information there.

Does it apply across the week? Or weekend has another package on their own as well?
believe should be the same since 6d5n sure to cross at least 1 weekend?

i was not prompted with the dates and stuff when i enquiring on the 6d5n packagae haha
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Old 09-09-2014, 02:03 PM   #47
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Langkawi is not worth leaving the ship. Took a shore excursion, nothing much and it's damn dirty.
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Langkawi is not worth leaving the ship. Took a shore excursion, nothing much and it's damn dirty.
What are some of the examples of excursion they have? All along, I thought Langkawi quite nice? I mean their waters.
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What are some of the examples of excursion they have? All along, I thought Langkawi quite nice? I mean their waters.
u can download the whole list of excursion they offered in mariner of the seas from their website

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not cheap....jus do some research and take cab roam around are much cheaper
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Old 10-09-2014, 09:47 AM   #50
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u can download the whole list of excursion they offered in mariner of the seas from their website

Onboard Experience - Royal Caribbean International

not cheap....jus do some research and take cab roam around are much cheaper
I have downloaded the brochure to see.

Do they allow you to roam on your own? Do I need to pay if i choose not to follow any of their excursion just to go roam myself?
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Old 10-09-2014, 10:30 PM   #51
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I have downloaded the brochure to see.

Do they allow you to roam on your own? Do I need to pay if i choose not to follow any of their excursion just to go roam myself?
no need. langkawi I rmb taxis were waiting where the boat docked, but langkawi is mostly about island hopping so not sure the taxi will have much use unless to bring you to a beach.

port klang taxis have fixed price and not worth it to go to KL anw.
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Old 11-09-2014, 09:10 AM   #52
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no need. langkawi I rmb taxis were waiting where the boat docked, but langkawi is mostly about island hopping so not sure the taxi will have much use unless to bring you to a beach.

port klang taxis have fixed price and not worth it to go to KL anw.
I mean does Royal Carribean allow you to 'alight' for free even though you don't buy excursion from them.

But in any case, from the way you mention, it seems like staying on board is the best.
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most of the passengers wear berms right? is it cold indoors?
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I mean does Royal Carribean allow you to 'alight' for free even though you don't buy excursion from them.

But in any case, from the way you mention, it seems like staying on board is the best.
Yes you can always alight for free, except that you have to consider your own transport away from port as there is nothing there.

I alighted for free to Pork Klang to use wifi

If visiting Malaysia, staying on board is the best. Quite a number of people stay on board as well.
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most of the passengers wear berms right? is it cold indoors?
Aircon temp, don't rmb it being too bad.

Don't have to worry about attire, most are in shorts/berms + slippers. Usually just wear slightly better (jeans,shoes) for dinner.
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Old 11-09-2014, 11:21 AM   #56
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Yes you can always alight for free, except that you have to consider your own transport away from port as there is nothing there.

I alighted for free to Pork Klang to use wifi

If visiting Malaysia, staying on board is the best. Quite a number of people stay on board as well.
Understand.

Do they STILL cater food for those who remain on board?

Also, do they have GALA dinner like Star Cruises?
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Understand.

Do they STILL cater food for those who remain on board?

Also, do they have GALA dinner like Star Cruises?
yes, food still be catered when the ship is docked...so dont worry u can always go roam around and then back for the dinner

as for the GALA dinner, do you mean like formal night or something? one of the night will be the captain's night hence have to dress formally but i saw some reviews that even jeans and polo are allowed
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Prepaid Card

Can i use a malaysia prepaid card onboard the ship? ( for data )
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Can i use a malaysia prepaid card onboard the ship? ( for data )
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dont see any issue when the ship is docked...other than that i dont think you can receive much signal leh furthermore it will sail along open sea for the casino right?
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Old 11-09-2014, 06:49 PM   #60
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Can i use a malaysia prepaid card onboard the ship? ( for data )
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I bought 1 to try. No luck for me.

Here and there you do get Malaysia signal. Not sure if it's problem with card activation or what but I didn't manage.
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