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Entering March the month dedicated to ladies of all ages, Dream Cruises celebrates International Women's Day by inviting their guests onboard the Genting Dream to travel back to the glorious Shanghai in the 1920s.

One cannot talk about the golden era of Shanghai without mentioning the gorgeous and elegant Cheongsam. The Genting Dream has a list of Cheongsam themed events lined up--the most notable being the first-ever Cheongsam Fashion Show at Sea. And that's only the start to all the fun and excitement.

What's a cruise line vacation without good food and a relaxing spa session? The Silk Road and Dream Dining restaurants have prepared a signature Shanghai menu filled with delicious Shanghai culinary classics especially for the month of March. While the Crystal Life Spa is ready to pamper you with their treatment of Champagne & Pearl Pedicure and Body Scrub.

Allow high fashion make-up artist Ocean Jiang Tao and his team to inspire you with techniques and tips inspired by traditional Chinese make-up, before donning on your favourite Qi Pao to the final show of the cruise--Dream Nights. Enjoying the exhilarating spirit of the dazzlingly fashionable Shanghai.

Ladies, don't miss out on this incredible cruise experience specially tailored for you, sailing through the month of March. Book your dream vacation now.


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Cheongsam Fashion Show Schedule:
Saturday (11, 18, 25 March): 16:30 – 17:15
Monday (13, 20 March): 15:00 – 15:45
Thursday (16, 23 March): 15:00 – 15:45
Thursday (9 March): 16:30

Classic Shanghai Make-up and Hair Glamour Workshops:
4 March 2017 (Saturday): 10:00 – 10:45
6 March 2017 (Monday): 15:00 – 16:30
9 March 2017 (Thursday): 15:00 – 16:30
11 March 2017 (Saturday): 10:00 – 11:15

Written by Sharon Yeung