This Restaurant in Singapore is Offering a Ridiculous 8-Hour Dinner Worth $2 Million
A dining experience worth $2 million will soon be granted to two (ridiculously rich) individuals that will be provided by Singapore’s Ce’ La Vi restaurant and Russia’s World of Diamonds.
The extravagant dinner is scheduled to last for eight hours, Channel News Asia reported. According to the outlet, it begins with a 45-minute helicopter ride, a Rolls-Royce drive and a luxury cruise that will bring the guests to Marina Bay Sands Hotel where the dining will then commence.
Guests will work their way through 18 courses in a private rooftop setting that comes with 10,000 fresh roses, a live band and a breath-taking view of Singapore. There will be Alaskan wild salmon, Almas Caviar, Belon oysters, Mishima sirloin and wines that is at least 40 years old, among others.
They will be sitting on designer armchairs and eating with diamond chopsticks, which come with their names engraved. The dinner culminates with two 2.08-carat Fancy Vivid Blue Jane Seymour diamond rings, from World of Diamonds, which will be given as gifts to the guests. As per Luxury Lifestyle, this diamond is impossibly rare, fetching more than $2 million in previous auctions.
“If not disclosed, the eventual sale price of this ring will be a great mystery as it appears that a few inquiries have been made for it, including one from a royal family,” the outlet added.
Unfortunately, the wealthy will be racing to get this experience, as interested parties will be screened!
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