Genting's Dream Cruises suspends new bookings for 2 weeks

Parent company Genting Hong Kong filed to be wound up on Jan 18 after failing to secure funding to pay its debts. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
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SINGAPORE - Cruise operator Dream Cruises has temporarily suspended new bookings "for an initial period of two weeks", said its parent company Genting Hong Kong on Sunday (Jan 23).

This comes after Genting Hong Kong filed to be wound up last Tuesday (Jan 18) after failing to secure funding to pay its debts.

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