Now you can ring in 2019 in style; a new globe-trotting trip will let you celebrate the new year twice. Guests will be able to be in both Australia and Hawaii to celebrate the new year.

The glamourous 12-day trip, called Racing Time, will begin in Hong Kong on 27 December. It will travel through Sydney, Maui, and Las Vegas before returning to Hong Kong on 8 January. Along the way, guests can enjoy a variety of experiences.

The trip will carry just 30 people on an A340 jet. They will stay at five-star hotels at all the destinations, and a bottle of Dom Perignon champagne will reportedly be provided in every hotel room.

Sydney celebrate the new year New Year
Fireworks over Sydney Harbour

On leaving Hong Kong, participants will be able to visit the famous Hunter Valley on a tour of its vineyards; they will then travel to Sydney. Here there will be a private shopping experience as well as a helicopter tour over Sydney Harbour, and the Blue Mountains. Guests will celebrate their first New Years Eve 2019 onboard a private yacht in Sydney Harbour, from which they can watch the famous fireworks display.

Travel through time to celebrate the New Year twice in 2019

Racing Time will than take them to Maui in Hawaii. Here, they can celebrate the New Year for a second time on a private beach. A Michelin-starred dinner with wine and champagne will also be included, as well as a private whale watching adventure; an undersea adventure; a visit to a pineapple farm, and a trip to Haleakalā National Park.

Maui Hawaii
The Kaanapali Beach on the west shore of the island of Maui in Hawaii.

From Maui, guests will be flown to Las Vegas, where they will spend three nights. Here, they will receive VIP tickets and a behind-the-scenes tour to a show; a private helicopter tour of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim; a visit to an exclusive supercar racing event, and a themed private gambling experience.

Much like the luxurious around-the-world cruise, this time-travelling journey across the globe, curated by Pure Entertainment Group, comes with a hefty price tag. Early bookings (before 15 July) were priced at $116,000 per person. Bookings between 15 July to 31 August will cost upwards of $126,000. For further information, see here.

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