Jet Star: Would you pay $HK108 million for the ultimate world tour?

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Unique travel boutique DreamMaker has designed a trip around the globe like no other. Almost certainly the most luxurious way to travel, the trip – ambitiously entitled “Passport to 50” – will see a high-net-worth globetrotter and up to 50 friends and family members flying in tandem on a privately outfitted Boeing 767 and a second Boeing Business Jet.

For a trifling US$13,875,000 (HK$108 million), this unrivalled experience will cover 20 cities in 20 days, beginning in Koh Samui and then onto a veritable bucket-list worth of destinations including Siem Reap, Kathmandu, Agra, Florence, Cannes, London, Barcelona, Marrakech, Havana and even a secret island before concluding in Manila.

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No expense has been spared when it comes to in-flight luxury. Highlights include a US$500,000 poker game with one of the world’s top ranked poker players, in-flight yoga sessions, a fashion show, a master sommelier, a hypnotherapist and an accupuncturist. In addition to the 1:1 staff-to-guest ratio, the aircraft will also be kitted out with bonus goodies such as gold swizzle sticks adorned with white and blue diamonds worth US$1 million. While the trip is undeniably decadent, Passport to 50 will also directly benefit children around the world through Experiential Giving.

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