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Tired of luxury resorts? You need to go ‘super luxury’

PUBLISHED ON Oct 26, 2016

Thailand has dozens of supremely luxurious resorts that will easily allow you to spend a month’s salary in a single night if you want to, from pool villas overlooking the Andaman Sea to tiny boutique hotels so exclusive they don’t even want you to have heard of them.

But hey, you’ve seen one run of the mill luxury villa and you’ve seen them all. If you’re looking for something more than sheer pampering and opulent surroundings, check out these extraordinarily fancy digs.

Top 5 London afternoon teas with children

PUBLISHED ON Oct 26, 2016

Traditionally an adults-only indulgence, an imaginatively inspired afternoon tea is the perfect way to introduce children to fine dining. With its royal connections, London is the ideal city in which to find extraordinary and exciting teatime treats that will satisfy the most discerning adult palette as well as indulging the delightfully sweet fantasies of younger guests.

10 most Expensive First Class Airline Tickets

PUBLISHED ON Oct 26, 2016

Ever wondered what the most expensive first class airline tickets in the world could be? It might surprise you how luxurious the most luxurious airplane traveling can get. Even if reaching your destination may be the ultimate goal, traveling first class can make all the difference in the world. From caviar and champagne to private […]

THE KING OF SPAIN’S MASERATI SOLD AT AUCTION

PUBLISHED ON Oct 26, 2016

The original Maserati Quattroporte, which was announced in 1963 was the manufacturer’s first ever large sedan and one of their first versions powered by a V-8 engine. Expertly designed and styled by Pietro Frua as well as based after a custom Maserati 5000 GT coupe that Frua designed for Prince Shah Karim Al Hussaini, Aga Khan IV. Custom features from the 5000 GT includes a 45 rpm eight track record player constructed directly into the dashboard.

What is Molecular Gastronomy?

PUBLISHED ON Oct 26, 2016

Cocktails in ice spheres. Caviar made of olive oil. Disappearing transparent raviolis. Sound cool? Well these are all examples of Molecular Gastronomy.