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Around the World by Private Jet

23 days. 10 destinations. One trip of a lifetime. From the beaches of Bora Bora to the temples of Bali and beyond, circle the globe with us aboard the Four Seasons Private Jet.

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Private jet guests took time to stop and smell the tulips in Istanbul. Tulips did not originate in Holland, as many people believe, but were first cultivated by the Turks.

Vibrant details decorate the altar at Mumbai's Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Temple.

The Taj Mahal is a majestic must-see on private jet guests' lists.

Private jet guests spotted this playful monkey roaming the streets of Agra.

Henna tattoos often mark a special occasion for women in Mumbai.

The tiger cubs at Chiang Mai's Tiger Kingdom have stolen many travellers’ hearts.

At night, Chiang Mai's Chang Klan Street buzzes with activity.

Local farmers tend the rice field at Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai.

Decorative lanterns cascaded from the ceiling in this downtown Chiang Mai restaurant near the Night Market.

Nature plays a major part in the overall design of Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, with orchids and other native flowers on display at every turn.

At Chiang Mai's Maesa Elephant Camp, private jet guests watched a young elephant produce this work of art.

A shop selling coconuts and tea provides flavourful refreshment in Ubud, Bali.

Private Jet guests came across a lively performer in a traditional headdress in Ubud, Bali.

Bali traditions are often in the delicious details, such as this wooden bowl overflowing with snake fruit and rambutan.

The terraced rice fields near Bali's Batu Kura Temple are perfectly serene.

Sydney's architecture varies, and you’ll spot a mix of styles that span the city's 200-plus year history.

Early risers make the most of their mornings in Sydney with a Bridge Climb.

The Raw Tuna Appetizer at Arii Moana restaurant—made with coconut milk, cabbage, crunchy vegetables, lemon grass and lemon curd—is packed with flavour.

The closer you get to Hawaii's Waipiʻo Valley, the more waterfalls come into view.

The view from Hawaii's Kīlauea Visitor Center (Jaggar Museum) of the Kīlauea Caldera is especially stunning at dusk.

Spotted: Sea turtles resting on the black sand at Punalu’u Beach.

23 days. 10 destinations. One trip of a lifetime. From the beaches of Bora Bora to the temples of Bali and beyond, circle the globe in style aboard the Four Seasons Private Jet.

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Look up! The dramatic domes of St. Petersburg's Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood gleam against a blue sky.

The interior of Istanbul's Sultanahmet Mosque, often referred to as the Blue Mosque, is lined with thousands of beautiful blue tiles.

Behold Hagia Sophia - a statuesque gem of Istanbul, Turkey.

Pagodas dot the surface of West Lake, one of the main attractions in Hangzhou.

The modern skyscrapers of Shanghai's Pudong district lend their shapes to a dramatic and beautiful skyline for #FSJet guests to behold.

A visit to Thailand’s Tiger Kingdom reveals that some tigers don’t mind being cuddled.

In Sydney, street food goes gourmet with these banh cuon wraps. #FSJet

The best thing about Chiang Mai’s creativity is that you don’t have to go far to find it. #FSJet

"Life is a journey, not a destination." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Mt. Fuji stands majestic against a tie-dye sky.

Ever dream of scaling the Great Wall of China?

A bit of greenery brightens up a walk down a London street.

What better way to toast the end of a global adventure than with a pint in London's oldest pub? Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese was rebuilt in 1667 after the Great Fire and has had some pretty famous regulars, including Charles Dickens and Dr. Samuel Johnson, the creator of the first English dictionary.

Budapest's Gerbeaud coffee house is known for its baked goods - namely, its signature cake, which is a decadent pastry layered with cream.

Though beautiful in the daytime, Budapest really comes to life at night amidst the glow of city lights.

Károly Lotz painted the breathtaking ceiling of Budapest's Lotz Coffee House in 1910 in a bold Renaissance style.

Budapest can arguably be called the city of spas, and the outdoor medicinal Szechenyi Bath and Spa is the city's ultimate wellness experience.

Named for the country's first king, Budapest's iconic St. Stephen's Basilica holds one of the city's most famous treasures—the mummified right hand of its namesake.

This little fellow didn't mind having his photo taken on Elephanta Island in Mumbai Harbour.

Silk saris dazzle in every colour of the rainbow in Mumbai, India.

Mughal emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his wife, after she died giving birth to their 14th child.

In Mumbai, marigolds decorate the Hindu God, Ganesh, in celebration of Diwali, the Festival of Lights.

Care to weave your way through one of India's sandstone mausoleums? You may need a map.

Rice is a staple of Thai cuisine. At @Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai, #FSJet guests take to the rice fields to learn how it's harvested.

Yum Som-o Goong (Pomelo Salad with Prawns) is one of the many regional treats #FSJet passengers sampled at @Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai

One #FSJet guest described @Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai's khao soi gai as a “party in your mouth.” It covers all the taste sensations: sweet, salty, sour, bitter and spicy. Click through for the recipe.

Tiger Kingdom in Chiang Mai is one of the only places in the world where you can actually snuggle with tigers.

At Bali's Oka Agriculture and Coffee Plantation in the upper-ridge outskirts of Ubud, coffee beans grow in rich volcanic soils, which gives them their strong flavour.

Balinese people often greet each other with their palms touching in prayer position. This statue welcomed me at the Pura Puseh Temple in Batuan.

Welcome to Bali! Intricate carvings adorn the entrances to many of Bali’s temples.

Australia's Uluru (Ayer's Rock) is a 300-million-year-old sacred, painting-adorned spectacle. It’s also a rare double-ranked UNESCO World Heritage site, inscribed both for its natural and cultural values.

Sydney's The Grounds features a garden of vegetables, herbs and olive trees and dishes like the house-cured ocean trout show off its ingredients grown on site.

At Sydney's The Grounds, coffee is roasted on site and made with love.

A 24-hour stop in Sydney led #FSJet passengers to the arts district of Surry Hills for a whimsical wander.

#FSJet guests go backstage at one of the world's most iconic performance halls - the Sydney Opera House.

Also called Tahitian pearls, black pearls are produced by black-lipped oysters, which thrive in waters surrounding Bora Bora. Aren't they alluring?

Hello, Bora Bora! Time for the #FSJet to touch down in French Polynesian paradise.

#FSJet guest @Rachelle Lucas discovers the perfect spot for a sundowner at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu

At Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu, every meal comes with a view.

Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu's ’Ulu philosophy of “plant to plate” includes beverages, too. Many of the ingredients in this cocktail are fresh from the island.

Aloha! Crisp blue morning skies signal a stunning day ahead at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu

A trip to Kona without a sip of locally grown coffee is incomplete. Fragrant, flavourful and oh-so fresh.

Elegant and exotic, Hawaiian orchids are every bit as beautiful as the habitat they grow in.

Ahh, to be a green sea turtle on the sand at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu.

Peek-a-boo! This little gecko popped by just to say hello at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai at Historic Ka'upulehu.

After one sip, #FSJet guest @Rachelle Lucas declared @Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills' Tivoli Zen her "favourite drink in the world." Click through for the recipe.

In the Atlas Mountains of Marrakech, Morocco, the long and winding road comes with an unforgettable view.

Mint leaf tea and a hearty lunch is served - with a side of a mountaintop view in Armed, Marrakech.

Guests and locals ride mules up a steep, rocky slope to the small village of Armed, Marrakech for a rooftop feast.

A village pit stop on the way to the Atlas Mountains of Marrakech.

A little local scales a boulder near the small village of Armed in Marrakech, Morocco's Atlas Mountains.

"Yarn Alley" boasts a sky of vibrant colour, thanks to cloth vendors in this Marrakech, Morocco souk.

Fruit and nut sellers fill Marrakech's Jamaa al-Fna Square, which is abuzz with activity in the afternoon and evenings.

A local merchant sells fragrant herbs and spices in a Marrakech, Morocco souk.

Intricately embroidered carpets line the streets with colour in Marrakech, Morocco.

Mosaic murals engulf visitors to St. Petersburg's Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood.

A nighttime cruise down St. Petersburg's canals makes for a magical moment.

Look up! The dramatic domes of St. Petersburg's Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood gleam against the city skyline.

Designed to rival Versailles, St. Petersburg’s Catherine Palace is a grand oasis of opulence, located only a few kilometres outside of the city.