If you’ve got an extra $2 million laying around, we happen to have just the thing to spend it on. It’s a dinner, but with that kind of price tag you can rest assured it is not a typical dining experience. 

The whole soiree, which takes place in Singapore, lasts a total of 8 hours and is specially tailored for two people. It’s an adventure to say the least, and Karan Tilani, Director of World of Diamonds Group , dubs it “the most expensive dining experience in the world… the most lavish one possible”.

The experience counts on a helicopter ride, being chauffeured around in a Rolls-Royce, a private cruise, and an 18 course Asian meal served at the Ce’ La Vi  restaurant rooftop. Diners can expect breathtaking views of the city and 10,000 fresh roses. When the clock strikes midnight, the Jane Seymour Vivid Blue diamond ring will make an appearance. It’s a beautiful 2.08-carat ring by World of Diamonds, which the diners get to keep.

The menu covers everything from lamb sweetbread, to Almas caviar and Alaska wild salmon. Champagnes, bruts, and vintage wines are also available to accompany this one-of-a-kind, multi-million-dollar dining experience. After the luxurious feast, the two guests can relax, unwind and digest in the comfort of their own private suite.

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