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The Republic of the Maldives is an archipelago consisting of 26 atolls, more than 1,000 islands and more than 100 resorts. The various existing resorts are sufficiently costly and far apart to avoid any sense of mass tourism, yet sufficiently close together to permit island-hopping by boat or plane. The government plans to develop 100 more islands as resorts, each with a capacity of between 100 and 200 guests. The Maldives has long been regarded as the world’s most luxurious destination. Luxury comes at a price, but for good reason. All sewage has to be processed, all electricity generated, and all water produced by desalination on site. In order to reduce marine plastic pollution, the resorts distribute their own water in glass bottles. Still, garbage is the archipelago’s second biggest export after fish – a sobering fact. It has been calculated that each visitor to the Maldives generates 3.5kg of waste per day. All 10,000 tourists who visit each week ought to be aware of how fragile this earthly paradise is.
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The private jet industry has become extremely popular over the last few years, with companies like Vista Jet offering great possibilities. Due to this, a wide range of different people use them, meaning the most likely private jet customer may be someone you didn’t expect.

Of course, one thing that’s annoying about flying is the waiting around at the airport. This may be even longer if your flight is delayed — so who knows how long you could be sitting in a waiting room for.
However, with a private jet, you can arrive just 15 minutes before take-off, as they’re much quicker than a commercial flight, which is what makes them perfect for those looking for flexible travel.

While the flexibility is perfect, especially if you’re working or you hate waiting, a private jet is also perfect for those who want to indulge in a little luxury.
When it comes to private jets we often have images of the super rich. After all, you wouldn’t see Beyoncé or Kim Kardashian sitting on an EasyJet would you? No, they use private jets, not only so that they won’t be mugged by their fans, but for that luxury feel — meaning they’re starting their holiday before they even get there.
You too could be travelling in luxury and comfort just like the A-List when choosing a private jet. Taking one for your next holiday is the ideal way to skip the lines at the airport, arrive a little later than you want, and feel relaxed from the moment you take off.

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At a time when land-based malls are struggling to draw shoppers, sales at shipboard stores show increasing buoyancy. Starboard Cruise Services, an LVMH-owned company that operates stores on 90+ cruise lines, is the largest retail purveyor in the cruise industry and boasts impressive growth.
According to CEO Beth Neumann, Starboard has driven a 60% increase in passenger spending on fine jewelry, Swiss watches, leather goods and beauty brands since 2013. "Cruise lines are committing more space, money and marketing behind retail these days as a reflection of its importance to guest satisfaction," she states.

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De Buris is a new luxury wine brand and hospitality project from the Tommasi family. It will include a high-end Amarone wine and a historic villa, that will be completely restored into a luxury hospitality center with the aim to promote the historical and cultural heritage of the Valpolicella area.
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Bentley opens restaurant at the top of highest mountain in the UAE for a week to serve its luxury car customers... YORKSHIRE PUDDINGS

The Peak of #Luxury #restaurant is situated at the top of the #JebelJais #mountain
Bentley customers have to drive 1,934 metres above sea level in #RasAlKhaimah
On the menu is Scottish salmon and Yorkshire pudding
How far are you willing to travel for a decent meal?

#Bentley Motors has invited its customers 1,934 metres above sea level to enjoy fine dining at its new restaurant that's based at the top of the #UnitedArab Emirates' tallest mountain, Jebel Jais, in Ras Al Khaimah.

Called 'Peak of Luxury', it's a pop-up location styled as an Arabic tent that's open for one week serving up the British classic of Yorkshire puddings.

Over the course of the seven days, the British luxury car maker says it will serve 150 diners with a specially designed menu of classic British dishes created by renowned chef, Colin Clague.

The restaurant has been built at the top of the mountain to celebrate the launch of the Bentley Bentayga V8 SUV and Continental GT in the Middle East.

As you might expect from Bentley, the route up to the front door is fairly epic, taking in one of the finest winding passes the country has to offer.

You might have to take it a little easier going back down with a gut-full of top quality food, though.

It said it wanted to 'demonstrate the sheer levels of bespoke luxury Bentley delivers through truly extraordinary experiences'.

It describes the location as a 'luxury dining room' featuring contemporary furniture and spectacular panoramic views across the mountain top.

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The biggest and most expensive SUV in the Bavarian luxury car maker’s range, BMW X7, has had its first official outing via social media

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Most Expensive SUV In The World Will Be A Hybrid

The new Rolls-Royce Cullinan will soon get a potent hot modification. It’ll be a hybrid one. The Rolls-Royce Cullinan Hybrid will be faster than a petrol-powered version.

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India’s Rarest and Most Expensive Tea is plucked under full moon

According to BBC, the Himalayan region is also home to India’s most expensive and exclusive tea - a rare variety that is only picked under a full moon during the harvesting season. That means just four or five times in a year. Isn’t this rare….

This so-called ‘Champagne of teas’ is known as Silver Tips Imperial and it is harvested by people from Makaibari, which is the oldest of Darjeeling's 87 tea estates. A normal 50-gram package of this partially- fermented Oolong tea will cost you something around $30.

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As Europe nursed its wounds right after the Second World War’s end in 1945, top Burgundy producer Romanee-Conti made just 600 bottlesof dark red nectar before pulling up its vines for replanting.
Saturday, two of those 600 were sold in separate auction bids for a total of just over $1 million at Sothebys in New York. Three more bottles from the 1937 vintage went for a total of $930,000.

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Is This The World’s Most Luxurious Cinema Experience?

Recently, the all-new Reel Cinemas – The Dubai Mall, located in the world’s most visited retail and leisure destination, was unveiled, marking a new era in cinema entertainment.
It has several innovative firsts: The Platinum Suites that offer superlative standards of in-cinema luxury including personalised butler services; a Dine-in Cinema with Guy Fieri’ssignature menu; a stand-alone 170-seater Guy Fieri’s Kitchen; stunning viewing with Dolby Cinema and the first ScreenX in the Middle East. With Barco Laser Projectors and Dolby Atmos, viewers are assured of exceptional experiences.

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