Caviar and Dom Perignon? Yes, please. Singapore Airlines is the last of the airlines to serve caviar on its long-haul flights. If vegetarian, gluten free, or even baby food puree is your thing, they can make that too. As for the self-contained cabins—that was pioneered by SA with the help of French luxury yacht interior designer, Jean-Jacques Coste. To make things even more luxe, the bed is a full sized 78-inch standalone—not part of the reclining seat—alongside a 35-inch leather hand-stitched armchair by Italian craftsman Poltona Frau.
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By Lavinia Pisani for PeterGreenberg.com