Dining Just Got Amazing: World’s First Underwater Restaurant

I’ve seen pictures and heard of several great restaurants. I used to want no better dining experience than that of the Al Muntaha(meaning ‘highest’ or ‘ultimate’) restaurant sitting atop Burj Al Arab, standing on an artificial island, offering a view of Dubai with prices of rooms at the hotel varying from approximately $11,000 to $45,000 per night. It used to be my dinning priority once I made my first billion, but that has changed with my new finding.

Have you ever imagined dinning under water? What better dining experience can anyone have? Check out the Ithaa Undersea Restaurant in the Maldives and let it wow you if nothing does.

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Situated sixteen feet under water, the establishment offers up 180-degree views of the sea life with its Western-Madivian fusion cuisine for fourteen lucky guests at a time. As you might imagine, reservations are strongly encouraged, though children under the age of twelve are not.

There is more to it than just dinning, as the space can also be transformed into a bedroom upon special request, though you can bet that cost you CashMoney’s cash



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