I was on a flight from Singapore to Bangalore (India) recently on Singapore Airlines, and I was travelling on Diwali (or Deepavali, as it’s spelt in Singapore), a major Indian festival leading to the Hindu new year.In most flights, most airlines will do their very best to reduce your inconveniences for your journey. However, for Singapore Airlines, they do whatever it takes to make sure you have a great, enjoyable trip. The airline provided what was to me the best South Indian food I had in years, when most airlines are struggling to provide decent food. They made some great authentic Briyani rice where you can really taste the fragrant of the spices in the rice. The masala tea they served is as good as the one I had in the 5-star hotel I stayed when I landed. Their Diwali-desert-special is simply heaven.This is truly a 5-star hotel in the air, and I’m just flying in Economy class. Indeed, some experience that money can’t buy.Another example of selling something that money can’t buy is Ascott the Residence. The Ascott is a premier, leading global serviced apartment provider. To make their long-stay guests feel more at home, they organise get-together cocktail… Read full this story
- Nervous Russia Traders Sell, Then Buy on Mixed Sanctions Signals
- Buying 'cheap' Brexit shares? Don't forget the 'value' rulebook
- How to buy Spotify shares and what is the price
- Bargain Hunter Tom Church reveals buying a car is cheaper than ONE train ticket from London to Bristol
- Martin Lewis: Unless it radically changes I would never buy tickets from Viagogo
- Release money by selling en viager
- Where to buy euros to get a good exchange rate, what’s the best rate on the high street and should I buy at the airport?
- Aldi is selling an incredible 6ft bouncy castle for just £70
- How to make money at home
- How to make money from YouTube
Can You Sell What Money Can't Buy? have 318 words, post on ezinearticles.com at November 5, 2008. This is cached page on ReZone. If you want remove this page, please contact us.