KUALA LUMPUR: It’s no secret that jet-setter fashionista Noor Neelofa Mohd Noor loves the finer things in life.
And she shares some of her travels and her high taste in fashion with her fans and followers on social media.
Recently, the popular TV host-actress levelled up her travel game, leaving many feeling extra envious of her recent sojourn to the Maldives.
The 29-year-old was privileged enough to stay at the swanky Muraka, a coveted residence by Conrad Maldives Rangali Island suspended below sea level, encased in glassy tunnels, surrounded by marine life.
Sleeping in a room surrounded by “fishies” as Neelofa wrote in one of her Instagram posts does come with a hefty price though, US$50,000 or about RM200,000 per night.
The Muraka opened its doors in April this year, and according to Neelofa, she is the third person in the world to experience the underwater residence.
“I am always grateful that I have taken so many wonderful journeys, my work has taken me to places I can only imagine and it has now become a reality, like this once-in-a-lifetime experience at The Muraka at Conrad Maldives Rangili Island!
“The room comes with a 24/7 butler and your own boat to anywhere around the island, comes with a hefty price tag of USD50k per night so I feel very, very, very lucky to be the third person in the world to experience this! This is definitely one for the books!” she wrote in a post.
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