Singaporean couple splash out $2million on an 18-course meal on private jet with diamond chopsticks

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Singaporean couple splash out $2million on a dinner that comes with an 18-course meal on a private jet, a cruise on a luxury yacht and diamond-encrusted chopsticks

  • The romantic experience has been snapped up by couple Vincent and Jane Hee
  • It includes a stay at the exclusive Outpost Hotel in a room with 10,000 roses
  • Pair will also be given a rose-gold platinum ring with a rare two-carat diamond  

Forget saying it with roses – how about saying it with a $2million (£1.5million) meal?

That’s what one couple from Singapore have paid for what is being billed as the ‘world’s most exclusive dinner’.

Vincent and Jane Hee will be treated to an experience that will include an 18-course meal with diamond-encrusted chopsticks onboard a private jet and a cruise on a luxury yacht.

One Singaporean will be treated to an 18-course meal at 40,000 feet onboard a $50million Bombardier Global 6000 private jet, pictured, as part of the $2million romantic dinner

One Singaporean will be treated to an 18-course meal at 40,000 feet onboard a $50million Bombardier Global 6000 private jet, pictured, as part of the $2million romantic dinner 

The package comes with a cruise on a luxury yacht (pictured) in the waters around Singapore

The package comes with a cruise on a luxury yacht (pictured) in the waters around Singapore 

The Singaporean couple will get a pair of chopsticks, each encrusted with 42 diamonds, and a Jane Seymour ring, which is set with a rare 2.08-carat cushion-cut, vivid blue diamond

The Singaporean couple will get a pair of chopsticks, each encrusted with 42 diamonds, and a Jane Seymour ring, which is set with a rare 2.08-carat cushion-cut, vivid blue diamond

Vincent Hee, who will enjoy the experience with his partner, Jane

 Vincent Hee, who will enjoy the experience with his partner, Jane 

The package has been put together by Russian company World of Diamonds Group and takes place over three days.

It will start with the Hees enjoying a ‘dining experience’ at new rooftop restaurant 1-V:U in Singapore followed by a night at the exclusive Outpost Hotel, where their room will be filled with 10,000 roses.

The following day, they will enjoy a daytime cruise on a luxury yacht in the waters around Singapore.

After this, the couple will tuck into an 18-course dinner, with Dom Pérignon and Krug Champagnes, onboard a $50million Bombardier Global 6000 private jet while cruising 40,000 feet above Southeast Asia.

The meal will be prepared by Kirk Westaway, a chef at Singapore restaurant Jaan, which has a Michelin star.

During the dinner, the Hees will be presented with two pairs of the chopsticks, each encrusted with 42 diamonds, and the Jane Seymour ring, a rose-gold platinum ring set with a rare 2.08-carat cushion-cut, vivid blue diamond.

Onboard the private jet, the Hees will be treated to Dom Pérignon and Krug Champagne

Onboard the private jet, the Hees will be treated to Dom Pérignon and Krug Champagne

The meal onboard the private jet will be prepared by Kirk Westaway, pictured, a chef at Singapore restaurant Jaan, which has one Michelin star

The meal onboard the private jet will be prepared by Kirk Westaway, pictured, a chef at Singapore restaurant Jaan, which has one Michelin star

After landing, the couple will spend the night in the presidential suite at the newly renovated Raffles Singapore hotel.

Throughout the experience, the Hees will be chauffeured around in a Rolls-Royce.

And when the pair come to take their private jet flight, the car will be allowed to drive directly on to the tarmac at Singapore’s Seletar Airport.

The proceeds from the package will be donated to a Danish humanitarian organisation. Pictured is a bedroom on the luxury yacht

The proceeds from the package will be donated to a Danish humanitarian organisation. Pictured is a bedroom on the luxury yacht 

The experience has been curated by Karan Tilani, pictured, a Singapore-based philanthropist

The experience has been curated by Karan Tilani, pictured, a Singapore-based philanthropist

It will be only the second time this has happened since Barack Obama’s car was permitted there during a visit to Singapore and the Hees will be the first private citizens in the city-state to occupy a private car on the airport’s tarmac.

The experience has been curated by Karan Tilani, a Singapore-based philanthropist, who is also the director of World of Diamonds Group.

The proceeds from the sale of the experience will be donated to the Danish humanitarian organisation DINNødhjælp, which helps to eradicate child mortality from pneumonia in Nigeria.

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