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Marina Bay Sands Rooftop Prepares 2M Worth Dinner, Russia, Singapore Project Accepts Applications

First Posted: Jul 16, 2016 07:16 AM EDT
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The Two-Million Singapore Dinner is one of the world's most expensive dinners. Situated on the rooftop of Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore, Ce La Vi creates an exclusive dating experience for two in partnership with Russia's World of Diamonds.

The Two-Million Singapore Dinner commences with a 45-minute helicopter ride over the city followed by a brief rest at a luxury cruise before going to Ce La Vi to have the 18-course meal by riding a Rolls-Royce car.  

The Dinner is eaten with a pair diamond chopsticks. The luxury dinner includes New Zealand Langoustine, Fresh Belon Oyster with champagne foam, Almas Caviar, Lamb Sweetbread, Air-Flown Alaska Wild Salmon, Slow Cooked Pigeon, and Apple-Wood Grilled Mishima Sirloin to name a few of the 18-course meal. Diners are given 10,000 roses and a gift, the  "Jane Seymour" at the end of the meal. The gift is a 2.08 carat blue diamond rose-gold ring and named after the famous British actress, Jane Seymour.

The most expensive dinner is also personalised, Indian Express reported. Furniture is custom-made, and the night is wrapped-up with fireworks accompanied with a Louis XIII de Rémy Martin cognac when the ring is given to the lucky diners. Luxury Lifestyle also reported that the diamonds are auctioned at the price of more than $2 million; receiving interest from a number of people that included a royal family.

Karan Tilani, the head of Asia for World of Diamonds confirmed the treats, Mashable reported. She said that a substantial interest in the ring has been there before the company partnered with CeLa Vi. The ring has been unveiled by the company three months ago with the presence of Actress Jane Seymour.

The Two-Million Singapore Dinner experience has a selection process. Applicants are screened then the company chooses a couple for the Singapore 2M dinner.

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