TOP 3 CRAZY WONDERFUL DINING EXPERIENCES - SVEN JOURNAL

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TOP 3 CRAZY WONDERFUL DINING EXPERIENCES

Who doesn't enjoy an unusual dining experience from time to time? I have eaten my way through many countries already and i most certainly do not intend to stop now. I have gathered here some experiences i definitely want to cross off of my bucket list because they are just too good to miss out on, don't you agree??

Treepod Dining in Thailand

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Whaaaat?? As soon as i saw it i knew this place was calling my name! How incredibly awesome is this? Ok, yes i am a bit overzealous, i kind of always am when i encounter such things!! Let's set the record straight! Tarzan is one of my favorites Disney movies because it scream adventures from every point you look at it, therefore the idea of eating elevated, above ground, surrounded by trees and waiters who zip line all the way to your table is just mind blowing! Yes i said Zip Line to the table! Super cool right? They are not talking monkeys but they are good enough for me!

WHERE: SONEVA KIRI RESORT, KOH KOOD

Dining on the stage of the Opera House in Hungary

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Yes, you heard it! Who knew it could even be possible to do such thing without having to organize everything on your own? The Four Seasons Hotel in Budapest arranges everything for you! It is indeed a one of a kind experience and you can have the entire Opera House all to yourself while enjoying a incredible meal and an orchestra playing the very best just for you. I love Budapest for many reasons already and this one just adds to already long list!

WHERE: THE OPERA HOUSE IN BUDAPEST, HUNGARY, ARRANGED BY THE FOUR SEASONS GRESHAM PALACE BUDAPEST

Blind Dining, or Dining completely in the dark, in Canada

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I must admit this thing is dining experience is indeed challenging and even if there is absolutely nothing to be scared off it is defiantly a challenge because you find yourself completely in the dark, sitting at your personal table, in a venue filled with other people, doing exactly the same, being served food in the dark and attempting to enjoy your meal without stabbing your hand with your own fork. I don't know if i can seriously see myself enjoying this experience but i what i lack in enthusiasm towards this dining i sentiently compensate in curiosity because i really want to try dining in a "blind restaurant" and see how places like this one live and thrive.

WHERE: O. NOIR, TORONTO, CANADA

The word goes to you now! I would like to hear if you have tried any of these dining experiences before? Or if you have crazy wonderful suggestions for me to try out?