Formed by over 1000 islands, the Maldives scattered across 90,000 square kilometres making it hard to believe that the Maldives is in fact 99% water. CROSSROADS Maldives is the country’s first multi-island leisure and lifestyle destination, offering you limitless white sand beaches as well as a diverse selection of eating and cultural events.
Amami Oshima, Japan’s subtropical island paradise, was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2021. In this eight-island utopia, life moves at a slower pace, with verdant jungles and coral-strewn waterways rich with wildlife. You’ll cherish every moment.
World of Fine Dining
The world’s smallest fine-dining institution, Sole per Due in Vacone, just north of Rome, offering ultimate intimacy. You and your companion can enjoy a tailor-made food and even your own private fireworks display in the cosy private cafe.
Don’t forget to try the world’s most expensive ice cream at $6,400 per serving, the ice-cream has Italian roots but is created in Japan. The frozen treat, known as byakuya (Japanese for “white night”), is prepared from rare Alba white truffle, two types of cheese, and a sake byproduct, and is topped with edible gold leaf.
Last but not the least Lima, Lima is the location to come for exceptional fine-dining experiences. According to the World’s 50 Best Restaurants honours, released on Tuesday. The Peruvian capital got the top spot and earned the most spots in the top 50 of any city.