When you say “salt and sea” you probably think of Al Mahaud, a restaurant built in Mahaud (the blue, yet very simple, embers that heaven on earth ) a luxury resort and spa in Singapore. French luxury furniture sits atop levels of skyscrapers, all clad in a pure white backdrop adorned with palm trees, decorative objects and a stunning seaside pavilion.
Since the luxurious resort is just that, the seating height and width are incredible, but I really like the real high ceiling from this huge lift. It used to be a bathtub and that was replaced really well but still it looks more modern and more comfortable, which is great if budget doesn’t come in very generous amounts.
A lot of people would say that having an outdoor space with an infinity pool is just amazing, but in a good way. I like to think that not all people can afford to have a completely bare floor in their own place like a door in a wall, but no time for that actually. Anyway people who can afford the space on their own can have their own private pool, but it should be somewhere in between day and night, poolside, waiting to be used by those who frequent them, on the verandah.