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5 Ways to Ring in the New Year


Whether you're a sophisticate looking for the super-luxe or an adrenaline junkie seeking a thrill, we've got just the New Years Eve trip for you.

Published on Dec 11, 2012

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You have a deep appreciation of the finer things in life, like private planes and limited-edition sports cars. So when it comes to New Year’s Eve, you set the bar high. For a party with panache, Singapore’s our go-to city. This itinerary sticks to the classics for a night sure to appeal to your discerning sense of refinement.

6 p.m.
Sunset drinks on your own private catamaran. Let the crew freshen up your champagne flutes while you and a few dozen of your closest friends watch night fall on a cruise around the city-state.

• 8 p.m.
Dinner at JAAN, a contemporary French restaurant with an eye-popping, 70-story view. For New Year’s, Chef Julien Royer has pulled out all the stops with a special menu featuring ultra-luxe dishes such as foie gras with black truffle, prawns with osetra caviar, and venison loin with blood orange.

• 10 p.m.
Cocktails at 1-Altitude, 282 meters above the ground for birds-eye perspective of the city.

12 a.m.
Head back to your room at the Ritz-Carlton Millennia Singapore for an intimate champagne toast and a front row seat to the firework display over Esplanade Bridge.

•1 a.m.
Take a spin on the dance floors that have propelled Singapore’s
burgeoning nightlife to international fame.

•9 a.m.
After a long evening of being classy, you’ll probably need to refuel. If you make it past daybreak, Wild Honey in Scotts Square has a curative frittata packed with rosemary, white truffle oil, mascarpone and caviar.

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