Imagine if you have all the money in the world and you can really afford a vacation, stay at the best five-star resorts and indulge yourself completely. The Middle East is a combination of oriental and western exoticism, one of the best places to be a millionaire. If you want to buy until you fall, take the most expensive cocktail in the world or simply enjoy a gourmet restaurant that does not suit the emperor more than Turkey, Sharm El Sheikh or Dubai Hotels:
The rich caviar of love and thanks to its new millionaire budget, it is better to start developing a taste for things. The best beluga can be found in the Egyptian spices market and you can buy small basins for your friends and family. If you’re still not convinced, but still want to have a luxury item, after all, when you’re in Rome, head to the Ritz-Carlton, where you can enjoy a 90-minute caviar treatment for incredibly smooth skin.
The Ritz-Carlton is perhaps the most exclusive of all Turkish hotels and has its exclusive Cintemani restaurant. With stunning views of the Bosphorus, the food served in this restaurant is suitable for a king or even an emperor. Maybe that’s why the chef, Marcel Novari, used to cook food for the King of Thailand and the Emperor of Japan. Try some traditional Turkish dishes, such as peeled pistachios and follow with a tasty trio of rice pudding. After that, you can choose from a selection of the best cigars in the world.
Sharm El Sheikh
The luxurious restaurants and boutiques originally designed were not part of the charm of Sharm El Sheikh, and instead, the Sharm El Sheikh hotels were designed with a beach rabbit in mind. Relax on your private beach at the AA Amwaj Sharm El Sheikh Resort in Nabq Bay, and you can take advantage of a range of exclusive amenities ideal for the new millionaire lifestyle. This includes a private dock for small boats and pools in the lagoon of the beach with its waterfalls, a Jacuzzi and a water polo. If you choose the all-inclusive option, you will get unlimited food and drinks at the hotel’s restaurants and bars.
Dubai is famous for its splendor, and you can not get too much extravagance than a cocktail that costs the amount of a small car. The Burj Al Arab Hotel is mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records to offer the world’s most expensive cocktail and around $ 8,000 for a blend of 55 Macallan whiskey and dried fruit gherkins that can be hard to find in an expensive place. If you still carry cash after burning some money, why not take a helicopter to the Wafi Mall, which is the place to shop in the UAE and should be seen not only by the Egyptian architecture of the glass pyramids of colors? Did not find the medical device you are looking for? Try the gold market for shiny gold jewelry in white, pink and yellow gold.