Something from the “we wish” file. Not only do guests at the Peninsula Hong Kong have the opportunity to be driven in a fleet of Rolls-Royce Phantoms and fly in a customised helicopter they can now use a private yacht. The 19m cruiser will take up to 15 passengers on a Victoria Harbour cruise each night to see the Symphony of Lights spectacle. If you have a spare $10,000, you can also hire it for four hours.
BIRD’S-EYE IN THE SKY
These quirky merino wool eye masks caught our eye when Air New Zealand recently teamed with another Kiwi company, shoemakers Allbirds, to offer business-class passengers some help with their shut-eye. The masks’ beaky shape is said to help flyers sleep better and wake feeling fresher. Now the masks are available for those in the cheap seats, too, but you have to buy your own before you fly. Just pick a face.
$50 AT ALLBIRDS.COM.AU
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