Live the ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Lifestyle on This Luxury Trip to Singapore

Visit the movie’s real stars — the ritzy hotels and restaurants.

Protravel America, a corporate and luxury leisure agency, is dangling an exclusive deal for fans who covet an over-the-top, luxe Singapore lifestyle adventure akin to the one portrayed in the blockbuster 2018 movie “Crazy Rich Asians.”

The six-day, highly curated vacation experience — dubbed the “Crazy Rich Americans Love Singapore Tour” — starts at a high price that Nick of “Crazy Rich Asians” would have no problem with: $30,000. That’s fitting, as the tour allows guests to visit many of the same locations in Singapore that are featured in the popular rom-com smash, such as the iconic Marina Bay Sands Hotel.

Here’s a peek at what to expect if you choose to book this incredible journey that you won’t be able to replicate anywhere else.

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Day 1

Infinity Pool at sunset of Skypark that tops the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Casino from rooftop of La Vie Club Lounge on 57th floor. Financial district skyline on background

Arrive at the Changi Airport — where Nick and Rachel landed after traveling from New York — and a VIP car service will take you to the lovely Marina Bay Sands Hotel. There, you’ll have an on-call butler at your service round-the-clock.

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Once you unpack, you’ll be able to lounge in your two-bedroom suite — which books for $575 per night and up — take a dip in the infinity rooftop pool or indulge in a massage. Later, sip cocktails at the open-air Ce La Vi and enjoy a memorable, upscale dining experience at world-renowned Chinoiseri.

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Day 2

A car will arrive to take you on a private tour of the city, including Chinatown, Arab Street and Little India. After lunch, you’ll shop top luxury brands such as Chanel and Bulgari, as well as offerings from local designers. Then on to souvenir shopping at destinations such as Tanglin Mall or Dempsey Hill.

For your evening meal, you’ll visit Newton Circus — aka the open-air food court Nick and Rachel visited — and enjoy an after-dinner cocktail at the award-winning Manhattan bar.

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Day 3

After breakfast at the hotel, you’ll visit the shophouses of Bukit Pasoh, where you can channel Rachel as you learn the secrets of Mahjong — a complex game with deep roots in Asian culture. Lunchtime will find you viewing Asian art at the National Gallery where you’ll also enjoy lunch at the Michelin-star French restaurant Odette.

Afterward, your car service will whisk you away to the five-star Capella resort on Sentosa Island where rooms book for $538 per night and up. There, you can check in and prepare for a sunset yacht cruise followed by another Michelin-star dining experience at Forest.

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Day 4

Enjoy a day on Sentosa Island, filled with a private colonial homes tour and an exploration of the stunning botanic gardens. While there, enjoy Chef Jason Tan’s sumptuous Gastro-Botanica cuisine at Corner House, another Michelin-star restaurant. You’ll also visit Chijmes –a former church where the wedding scene from the movie was filmed. Finally, you’ll dine at yet another Michelin-star establishment: British restaurant, Jaan. Afterward, you’ll have options to take a night safari tour at the Singapore Zoo — tickets start at $35.55 — or check out the club or bar scene.

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Day 5

Singapore, Singapore - November 4, 2016: Illuminated Supertrees and Skywalk in Gardens by the bay in Singapore at night.

On your last day before departure, you’ll witness the craft of Peranakan beadwork with a top fashion designer and dine at Malcolm Lee’s Candlenut, the only Michelin-star Peranakan cuisine restaurant in existence. After lunch, experience another movie location — Gardens by the Bay, which costs $8-$28 per admission. The attraction includes the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest and Supertrees. To end your evening, you’ll dine at Indochine, a restaurant perched in the top of the Supertrees.

Day 6

Your private car will arrive to take you to the airport after breakfast where you can prepare for your journey home.

Additional Information About This Package

This one-of-a-kind experience package starts at $30,000 per person — but Protravel International allows guests to customize certain options, including hotel choices, which could increase the final price. The price per person includes first-class airfare, hotels, meals, private guided tours and local transportation. Visit Protravel International to book the “Crazy Rich Americans Love Singapore” package.

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Cynthia Measom

Cynthia Measom is a personal finance writer and editor with over 15 years of collective experience. Her articles have been featured in MSN, AOL, Yahoo Finance, INSIDER, Houston Chronicle and The Seattle Times. She attended the University of Texas at Austin and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English.

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