Many high-income earners spend a tremendous amount on luxury hotels all around the world. And while vacationing at a luxury hotel or resort can be fabulous, there are so many ways in which luxury yachts are just—well—better.
Sit in the moonlight among refined atmospheres, ignite with enthusiasm in front of spectacular horizons in exclusive locations, immerse yourself in crystal clear waters or admire the extraordinary explosion of colors of the Caribbean islands.
A Zen parable says: “When a fish swims, it swims on and on and there is no end to the water. When a bird flies, it flies on and on and there is no end to the sky.” Here on this ancient island one enters into a Blue Zone.
Hidden in the Ginza neighborhood of Tokyo, Tsurutokame might seem like another unassuming kaiseki restaurant, but this little gem is unlike any others in the area in that it is entirely run by female chefs.
The objective was simple, stay safe but go as fast as possible. Coming around a sharp turn I careened onto the straight away. I pushed the accelerator to the floor. The BMW M3 screamed like a siren, g-forces pushed me against the seat.
There’s more than one reason to sleep on stilts in the world’s lowest-lying nation. When you travel so far to arrive in the Maldives, you want to soak in the beauty of the sky, the water and the equatorial light.
At first glance, Tokyo’s glamorous Ginza neighborhood seems like all glittering high-rises. Everything seems larger than life. Every internationally renowned fashion brand has a flagship store here from Armani to Zegna. But there is also a “secret” Ginza to be discovered within all of the bustle.