With novelty skyscrapers and indoor beaches, Kazakhstan’s oil-built capital city is emerging as a world-class travel destination.
The upscale eco-resort is unlocking a less-travelled corner of south-east Asia for a lucky few.
Accessed only via private seaplane or helicopter, the 56.6-hectare island features five hilltop residences, a beachfront residence and 21 beachfront villas.
Guests have the opportunity to sight lions, cheetahs, zebras, buffalo, and other species on intimate and uncrowded game drives.
We uncover seven luxurious tea services around the world that make for a most extravagant late-afternoon indulgence.
The elaborate experience will take groups of up to 50 guests to 20 cities in 20 days.
‘The King’ and his young bride paid $US400,000 in 1967, and 50 years later it’s again on the market.