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Pay $2 million for a Meal and Receive $17,000 Chopsticks as a Souvenir

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  • 08
  • 2016

Some restaurants offer incentives such as combos or discounts. Not this one, though. They offer $17,000 chopsticks and a blue diamond you can keep as souvenirs.

Ce La Vi, a restaurant on the top floor of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore, is offering a once in a lifetime experience with its partner World of Diamonds for a mere price of $2 million dollars, definitely nothing comparable to other expensive meals.

Marina Bay Sands view

This impossible-to-forget event will consist of an expensive and luxurious 18-course menu that a lucky couple will enjoy using an eye-catching, gold-plated, diamond-studded pair of chopsticks.

Why? Well, because you need to get some perceived value from throwing $2 million dollars on a meal.

But, having $2 million dollars available for this special treat gives you only a mere chance of enjoying this experience. Every couple interested goes through a strict screening, and then one is chosen to be the lucky winners.

Eating will not be the only activity. The package begins with a 45-minute helicopter ride over the city and an exclusive cruise in a Rolls Royce before being dropped off at Ce La Vi.

Marina Bay Sands hotel

Though you would think the chopsticks are the most expensive part of the meal, they are just a fraction of the value of the blue diamond ring, named after the actress Jane Seymour.

The couple might even be able to get a hefty return on their investment, considering a ring as blue as the Jane Seymour ring has been auctioned off at over $2 million.

At the moment, no couple has been chosen as the winner. But when they are, Ce La Vi will close its doors to the public to create a private romantic setting.

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