(While it’s still available, ask for the 50-year-old Glenfiddich Bottle No.400—a very limited production that collectors have snapped up for ,000 a bottle.) take a guided kayak trip off the Sea Point promenade to see the resident dolphins and African penguin.Enjoy Mediterranean tapas and cocktails as you watch private yachts pass by and a DJ spins up some chill, electro ambiance.—or even better—charter your own boat and cruise through the city's newly built and aptly named Water Canal.On your way, you'll pass colorful waterfalls, the famous Burj al Arab hotel. Enjoy a relaxing couples hammam in this opulent take on the centuries-old Turkish bath.(For several days in February, renowned violinist David Garret will perform there). Set in an old residential building, the vibe is relaxed and homey, with a bright, clean, and modern interior (think white walls, light wood floors) and a back courtyard strung with fairy light.In other words, the makings for the most romantic of summer evenings., a Michelin-starred restaurant specializing in Hungarian wine and local cuisine.
Grab some sushi at Nobu before hitting the Sidewalk Café on Vredehoek's Derry Street.at the One&Only Resort on one of Dubai's three palm-shaped islands.Located in the resort's private marina, this overwater restaurant has panoramic views of the city's Marina skyline.go whisky tasting at the Cape Grace Hotel's Bascule Bar, on the edge of the yacht marina.With 500 bottles on stock, it has one of the biggest collections of whiskey in the southern hemisphere, and the sommelier can select six for you to try.