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THREE MOST INCREDIBLE PLACES TO HAVE A MEMORABLE DINNER

Dinner could be just usually the meal you eat in the evening. But no, there is more to it. You might just be thinking of how to make your travel dinner a memorable one. Imagine eating dinner from an underwater dining room to a restaurant made entirely out of ice, these places offer both amazing food and unforgettable experiences. Let’s take you on a tour:

Dinner In The Sky, Dubai

Do you want to know what it feels like to eat dinner from 50 meters up in the air? Hanging off a crane. Dinner in the Sky, Dubai is the right destination place. Chefs from The Ritz-Carlton hotel whip up delicious treats throughout the day – from breakfast and brunch to lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner – all prepared in front of you, 50 meters above the ground. Accommodating up to 22 guests, the table is raised and lowered using a huge crane, lifting you up into the sky to enjoy stunning views of Dubai Marina and the city’s skyline. Weather permitting, you can gaze over Atlantis The PalmBurj Al Arab, and Burj Khalifa, with upbeat tunes accompanying you and the culinary feast.

 

Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives 

Having a six-course meal at  Ithaa Undersea Restaurant at the Conrad resort in the Maldives is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The restaurant, which sits below over 16 feet of water, offers an experience and views of sea life direct from the Little Mermaid. And the best part about it? No wetsuit and snorkels are required.

SnowCastle Restaurant, Kemi, Finland
Ever wanted to visit a castle? Here, you can — but there’s one catch: the restaurant is situated inside the SnowCastle, which has been dubbed the largest snow fort in the world. Open from January until mid-April, the entire restaurant is made entirely of snow and ice made from seawater. Set dinner-menu options are available and even cater to vegans and vegetarians. Both the SnowCastle and SnowCastle Restaurant are rebuilt every winter to accommodate for the weather




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