first_imgFour Seasons now offers a $135,000 culinary tour by private jet Tags: Four Seasons Share Posted by The Canadian Press center_img TORONTO — Most travellers have a limited budget for food, hotels and souvenirs, and do their best to stick to it. And then there are those with the deepest of deep pockets.It’s clearly the latter that Toronto-based Four Seasons has in mind with its latest extravagant offering: a 19-day culinary-themed jaunt across Asia and Europe with opportunities to nosh in Michelin-starred restaurants, discover street food and go on chef-led market tours.Price tag: US$135,000 per person. That’s double occupancy. If you’re hoofing it on your own you’ll have to cough up the $12,000 single supplement.Destinations on the itinerary include Seoul, the starting point; Tokyo; Hong Kong; Chiang Mai, Thailand; Mumbai, India; Florence, Italy; Lisbon; Copenhagen; and finally Paris.An elephant trek in northern Thailand, a private viewing of Michelangelo’s “David” in Florence and a foraging experience in Denmark are also part of the package.Mingling with the commoners in the skies is not an issue. Air travel is aboard the Four Seasons private jet and accommodations are at the chain’s luxurious hotels and resorts.More news:  Windstar celebrates record-breaking bookings in JulyFour Seasons, which partnered with Copenhagen restaurant Noma and co-owner Rene Redzepi to develop the May 27-June 14 trip, says it is also tossing in a “special gift”: complimentary business-class airfare from each guest’s home city to Seoul and back from Paris, up to US$5,000 per person.If you think this is expensive, then you should check out our story on the most expensive trip in the world. << Previous PostNext Post >> Wednesday, February 8, 2017 last_img

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