TIRUN brings onboard renowned Indian Chef Ranveer Brar

Indian guests can now choose from an exciting range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian delicacies across various dining venues aboard our cruise ships

TIRUN Travel Marketing, the exclusive India representative of Royal Caribbean International, has announced its association with celebrated Indian Chef Ranveer Brar for its Singapore sailings between October 2018 and August 2020. Onboard Royal Caribbean International’s award-winning ships, the Voyager of the Seas and Quantum of the Seas, Indian guests can now enjoy Indian vegetarian and non-vegetarian menu’s specially curated by the acclaimed Chef. Along with access to world class service and award winning entertainment options, guests can now enjoy mouth-watering delicacies that remind them of their home, but go much beyond in terms of the diverse palette of flavours on offer.

With the double digit annual growth of Indian cruisers for its Singapore sailings, the association with Chef Ranveer Brar is a strong commitment by Royal Caribbean towards the Indian source market. The celebrated chef, TV show host, judge and food stylist has been featured in the list of ‘Top 50’ Chefs in the Indian Culinary Forum Book and has been the head chef at several star-studded galas and political events.

TIRUN has been focused on enhancing the amenities dedicated to Indian cruisers onboard Royal Caribbean ships. The collaboration with Chef Ranveer, for instance, comes right on the heels of TIRUN’s ‘Fly Cruise’ offering (in association with Singapore Airlines) that offers combined flight + cruise tickets for cruising aboard Voyager of the Seas for sailings between September 2018 and June 2019. Along with cost-effective and hassle-free bookings, Indian guests can now make there cruising experience all the more special with the enhanced culinary offerings curated by the Celebrity Chef.

Also through this association guests will get the option of cruising with Chef Ranveer on select sailing’sand get to see him in actions with live demonstrations and talks about his travels and experiences.

Speaking on the association, Varun Chadha, Chief Operating Officer, TIRUN Travel Marketing said, “Chef Ranveer is one of the most recognizable faces of the Indian culinary industry today and it gives us great pleasure to have him partner with us, as we gear up for our next phase of growth. Food/cuisine plays an important role in our guest’s vacation experience and what really drew us to Chef Ranveer was his deep understanding of the Indian traveler and his passion deliver the Wow

Commenting on his collaboration with TIRUN Travel Marketing, Chef Ranveer Brar said “It’s my first association with a cruise company or cruise and I am absolutely excited about it because it’s great for any chef to be able to work at the level of efficiency the ships work and I am happy that my cuisine will align to a brand like Royal Caribbean and TIRUN. I think together we should able to give the Indian consumer traveling in Royal Caribbean a taste of back home and to the non-Indian consumer a fair representation of India.

Royal Caribbean offers multiple itineraries from Singapore cruises such as the 3-night Penang Weekend Cruise (with Singapore and Penang in Malaysia as ports of call), the 3-night Port Klang Weekend Getaway Cruise (with Singapore and Port Klang in Malaysia as ports of call), the 4-night Port Klang and Phuket Cruise, to name a few. Vacationers can log on to www.tirun.com or consult their travel agent, for more details on cruises that feature this enhanced culinary offering.

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