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Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Will Debut a ‘Kung Fu Panda’-Themed Restaurant

Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Will Debut a ‘Kung Fu Panda’-Themed Restaurant


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‘The Quantum of the Seas’ will be based in Shanghai and make trips to Japan and Korea

This restaurant will serve noodle soup, dim sum, and traditional Chinese desserts.

A Royal Caribbean cruise ship is getting a Kung Fu Panda-themed restaurant.

The Quantum of the Seas will debut a Kung Fu Panda noodle shop this week, according to USA Today. The ship will be based in Shanghai and make trips to Japan and Korea.

The noodle shop will serve dim sum, noodle bowls, and traditional Chinese desserts. Ping’s noodle shop in Kung Fu Panda. Ping, a goose who came from a long line of noodle chefs, took his job at the shop very seriously.

Menu items will cost $2 to $5 each. The restaurant will serve the food family-style.

Quantum of the Seas first tested out sailings in the New York area and will arrive in Shanghai this week. The third-largest cruise ship ever built, it features a deck-top ride into the sky and a bar with robot bartenders.


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8:REGENT’S SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER, istanbul to Safaga There’s nothing like an eastern Mediterranean sampler to bring the history of the Roman Empire and many biblical events to life. This cruise takes you to the sites of numerous ancient wonders and is rare in that it gives you four days in Israel and four days in Egypt, and stops at historical ports in Cyprus, Greece, Jordan, and Turkey—all in one 14-night cruise. October 31 14 nights from $9,599 per person.

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Dream Cruise Itineraries for 2012

4:UNIWORLD’S S.S. ANTOINETTE, Rhine River There’s nothing new about sailing by castles on the Rhine and stopping to explore the holiday markets that dress up Central Europe’s historic town squares each December. What’s new is a ship that lets you fully enjoy the winter wonderland out your window. The all-weather Antoinette has a heated glass-enclosed pool a heated observation deck and suites with balconies that transform into glassed-in “conservatories” with the flip of a switch. Wintertime sightseeing hassles—driving in snow, finding a parking spot—are eliminated, since you’re dropped off in the center of town, a few steps from the hot mulled wine, handmade crafts, and homespun festivities. November 25 and December 9 7 nights from $2,199 per person.

8:REGENT’S SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER, istanbul to Safaga There’s nothing like an eastern Mediterranean sampler to bring the history of the Roman Empire and many biblical events to life. This cruise takes you to the sites of numerous ancient wonders and is rare in that it gives you four days in Israel and four days in Egypt, and stops at historical ports in Cyprus, Greece, Jordan, and Turkey—all in one 14-night cruise. October 31 14 nights from $9,599 per person.

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Dream Cruise Itineraries for 2012

4:UNIWORLD’S S.S. ANTOINETTE, Rhine River There’s nothing new about sailing by castles on the Rhine and stopping to explore the holiday markets that dress up Central Europe’s historic town squares each December. What’s new is a ship that lets you fully enjoy the winter wonderland out your window. The all-weather Antoinette has a heated glass-enclosed pool a heated observation deck and suites with balconies that transform into glassed-in “conservatories” with the flip of a switch. Wintertime sightseeing hassles—driving in snow, finding a parking spot—are eliminated, since you’re dropped off in the center of town, a few steps from the hot mulled wine, handmade crafts, and homespun festivities. November 25 and December 9 7 nights from $2,199 per person.

8:REGENT’S SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER, istanbul to Safaga There’s nothing like an eastern Mediterranean sampler to bring the history of the Roman Empire and many biblical events to life. This cruise takes you to the sites of numerous ancient wonders and is rare in that it gives you four days in Israel and four days in Egypt, and stops at historical ports in Cyprus, Greece, Jordan, and Turkey—all in one 14-night cruise. October 31 14 nights from $9,599 per person.

9:AZAMARA JOURNEY, Mumbai to Chennai It’s impossible to see northern India by ship, but the right cruise can give you a taste of South India—its temples, beaches, jungles, and plantations—while saving you from cumbersome logistics and flight delays. This ship spends considerable time in port—it overnights in Goa, Cochin, and Chennai (formerly Madras)—while throwing in two days on Sri Lanka and one on a 1.4-mile private island in the Maldives, with a day of sailing past atolls before and after. November 29 13 nights from $2,749 per person.


Dream Cruise Itineraries for 2012

4:UNIWORLD’S S.S. ANTOINETTE, Rhine River There’s nothing new about sailing by castles on the Rhine and stopping to explore the holiday markets that dress up Central Europe’s historic town squares each December. What’s new is a ship that lets you fully enjoy the winter wonderland out your window. The all-weather Antoinette has a heated glass-enclosed pool a heated observation deck and suites with balconies that transform into glassed-in “conservatories” with the flip of a switch. Wintertime sightseeing hassles—driving in snow, finding a parking spot—are eliminated, since you’re dropped off in the center of town, a few steps from the hot mulled wine, handmade crafts, and homespun festivities. November 25 and December 9 7 nights from $2,199 per person.

8:REGENT’S SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER, istanbul to Safaga There’s nothing like an eastern Mediterranean sampler to bring the history of the Roman Empire and many biblical events to life. This cruise takes you to the sites of numerous ancient wonders and is rare in that it gives you four days in Israel and four days in Egypt, and stops at historical ports in Cyprus, Greece, Jordan, and Turkey—all in one 14-night cruise. October 31 14 nights from $9,599 per person.

9:AZAMARA JOURNEY, Mumbai to Chennai It’s impossible to see northern India by ship, but the right cruise can give you a taste of South India—its temples, beaches, jungles, and plantations—while saving you from cumbersome logistics and flight delays. This ship spends considerable time in port—it overnights in Goa, Cochin, and Chennai (formerly Madras)—while throwing in two days on Sri Lanka and one on a 1.4-mile private island in the Maldives, with a day of sailing past atolls before and after. November 29 13 nights from $2,749 per person.


Dream Cruise Itineraries for 2012

4:UNIWORLD’S S.S. ANTOINETTE, Rhine River There’s nothing new about sailing by castles on the Rhine and stopping to explore the holiday markets that dress up Central Europe’s historic town squares each December. What’s new is a ship that lets you fully enjoy the winter wonderland out your window. The all-weather Antoinette has a heated glass-enclosed pool a heated observation deck and suites with balconies that transform into glassed-in “conservatories” with the flip of a switch. Wintertime sightseeing hassles—driving in snow, finding a parking spot—are eliminated, since you’re dropped off in the center of town, a few steps from the hot mulled wine, handmade crafts, and homespun festivities. November 25 and December 9 7 nights from $2,199 per person.

8:REGENT’S SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER, istanbul to Safaga There’s nothing like an eastern Mediterranean sampler to bring the history of the Roman Empire and many biblical events to life. This cruise takes you to the sites of numerous ancient wonders and is rare in that it gives you four days in Israel and four days in Egypt, and stops at historical ports in Cyprus, Greece, Jordan, and Turkey—all in one 14-night cruise. October 31 14 nights from $9,599 per person.

9:AZAMARA JOURNEY, Mumbai to Chennai It’s impossible to see northern India by ship, but the right cruise can give you a taste of South India—its temples, beaches, jungles, and plantations—while saving you from cumbersome logistics and flight delays. This ship spends considerable time in port—it overnights in Goa, Cochin, and Chennai (formerly Madras)—while throwing in two days on Sri Lanka and one on a 1.4-mile private island in the Maldives, with a day of sailing past atolls before and after. November 29 13 nights from $2,749 per person.


Dream Cruise Itineraries for 2012

4:UNIWORLD’S S.S. ANTOINETTE, Rhine River There’s nothing new about sailing by castles on the Rhine and stopping to explore the holiday markets that dress up Central Europe’s historic town squares each December. What’s new is a ship that lets you fully enjoy the winter wonderland out your window. The all-weather Antoinette has a heated glass-enclosed pool a heated observation deck and suites with balconies that transform into glassed-in “conservatories” with the flip of a switch. Wintertime sightseeing hassles—driving in snow, finding a parking spot—are eliminated, since you’re dropped off in the center of town, a few steps from the hot mulled wine, handmade crafts, and homespun festivities. November 25 and December 9 7 nights from $2,199 per person.

8:REGENT’S SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER, istanbul to Safaga There’s nothing like an eastern Mediterranean sampler to bring the history of the Roman Empire and many biblical events to life. This cruise takes you to the sites of numerous ancient wonders and is rare in that it gives you four days in Israel and four days in Egypt, and stops at historical ports in Cyprus, Greece, Jordan, and Turkey—all in one 14-night cruise. October 31 14 nights from $9,599 per person.

9:AZAMARA JOURNEY, Mumbai to Chennai It’s impossible to see northern India by ship, but the right cruise can give you a taste of South India—its temples, beaches, jungles, and plantations—while saving you from cumbersome logistics and flight delays. This ship spends considerable time in port—it overnights in Goa, Cochin, and Chennai (formerly Madras)—while throwing in two days on Sri Lanka and one on a 1.4-mile private island in the Maldives, with a day of sailing past atolls before and after. November 29 13 nights from $2,749 per person.


Dream Cruise Itineraries for 2012

4:UNIWORLD’S S.S. ANTOINETTE, Rhine River There’s nothing new about sailing by castles on the Rhine and stopping to explore the holiday markets that dress up Central Europe’s historic town squares each December. What’s new is a ship that lets you fully enjoy the winter wonderland out your window. The all-weather Antoinette has a heated glass-enclosed pool a heated observation deck and suites with balconies that transform into glassed-in “conservatories” with the flip of a switch. Wintertime sightseeing hassles—driving in snow, finding a parking spot—are eliminated, since you’re dropped off in the center of town, a few steps from the hot mulled wine, handmade crafts, and homespun festivities. November 25 and December 9 7 nights from $2,199 per person.

8:REGENT’S SEVEN SEAS VOYAGER, istanbul to Safaga There’s nothing like an eastern Mediterranean sampler to bring the history of the Roman Empire and many biblical events to life. This cruise takes you to the sites of numerous ancient wonders and is rare in that it gives you four days in Israel and four days in Egypt, and stops at historical ports in Cyprus, Greece, Jordan, and Turkey—all in one 14-night cruise. October 31 14 nights from $9,599 per person.

9:AZAMARA JOURNEY, Mumbai to Chennai It’s impossible to see northern India by ship, but the right cruise can give you a taste of South India—its temples, beaches, jungles, and plantations—while saving you from cumbersome logistics and flight delays. This ship spends considerable time in port—it overnights in Goa, Cochin, and Chennai (formerly Madras)—while throwing in two days on Sri Lanka and one on a 1.4-mile private island in the Maldives, with a day of sailing past atolls before and after. November 29 13 nights from $2,749 per person.


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