Sixteen countries, four continents, less than one year.
This is the incredible travel itinerary of billionaire heiress Chryseis Tan, who shares her enviable jet-setting lifestyle with more than 220,000 followers on Instagram.
Chryseis, the daughter of Malaysian tycoon Vincent Tan (net worth USD$1.2billion), reveals on her bio that she has one simple wish: ‘I want to travel the world’.
Billionaire heiress Chryseis Tan shares her enviable jet-setting lifestyle, always via a private plane, with more than 220,000 followers on Instagram
Chryseis, the daughter of Mayalsian tycoon Vincent Tan (net worth USD$1.2billion), reveals on her bio that she has one simple wish: ‘I want to travel the world’
The socialite has traveled across Asia and Europe and back again multiple times this year, with stints in the US and Africa as well
And the 29-year-old socialite has done just that in 2017, travelling across Asia to Europe and back again multiple times, with stints in the US and Africa as well.
Chryseis, who is based in Kuala Lumpar, kicked off the year in Dubai with her partner Faliq Nasimuddin.
The pair, who began dating in 2014, shared similar childhoods. Faliq is the son of late billionaire businessman Tan Sri Nasimuddin Amin.
After riding camels during a desert safari, Chryseis jetted off to Bangkok and Beijing before heading to Modena in Italy at the beginning of March.
Chryseis, who is based in Kuala Lumpar, kicked off the year in Dubai with her partner Faliq Nasimuddin
She happily enjoyed some juice while watching a falcon show during a desert safari
Chryseis and Faliq, who began dating in 2014, shared similar childhoods. Faliq is the son of late billionaire businessman Tan Sri Nasimuddin Amin
It was there that she and Faliq enjoyed every dessert available at the famous Osteria Francescana – currently voted the best restaurant in the world.
The Italian eatery, which has three Michelin stars, has a €250 12-course tasting menu and charges €30 for each of its six desserts.
Chryseis toured through Maranello, Florence, and Milan before heading back toward Asia just in time to see the famous cherry blossom trees in Tokyo.
The heiress, one of 11 children, makes her family reunions an excuse to travel as well – first heading to Seoul, Korea to be with her mother and then touring Nara and Kyoto in Japan with her sister.
Hydra, an island in Greece, was just one of the places these lovebirds visited in 2017
The pair also made their way to Osteria Francescana – currently voted the best restaurant in the world – in Modena, Italy
Chryseis then headed back to Asia and visited Tokyo to see the famous cherry blossom trees
She started off her trip in the US with a visit to Miami’s famous South Beach area
Chryseis then headed to Hong Kong, where the foodie enjoyed the likes of caviar pasta, uni truffle fried dough, and black truffle pizza at the lavish Vea Restaurant and Lounge – where the tasting menu starts at $190 per person.
She returned home to Malaysia for her mum’s birthday, and then took a pit stop in Singapore before heading for the States.
It was there that Chryseis and a group of her glamorous friends enjoyed the likes of Miami, San Francisco and Napa in California, and a vacation in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Chryseis then headed back to Europe in June. In one cheeky Instagram post, she donned a jacket that read ‘Paris-Tokyo’ and asked her followers where they thought she was headed next.
It was then off to the Turks and Caicos Islands for a dip in its famous turquoise beaches
The glamorous heiress took a slew of Instagram shots in various fashionable bathing suits
Chryseis loves a good beach vacation and later this year headed to a resort in Thailand
And if the beaches in Greece and Thailand weren’t enough, Chryseis also stopped by Bali
The answer was Paris, of course, with a trip to Vienna as well before she and Faliq headed to Morocco at the end of the month.
It was there that her longtime partner dropped down on one knee, proposing in Marrakesh with a sign made of blossoms that read: ‘Will you marry me?’
Chryseis then hopped back onto a private jet – her transportation of choice – before stints in Phuket, a return to Kyoto, and then a holiday in Switzerland.
It was then off to Barcelona and the famous El Celler de Can Roca restaurant in Girona, boasting three Michelin stars and dinners starting at $180 per person.
But the couple are fans of romantic cities as well, visiting Vienna, Austria in June
Later that month the couple visited Marrakesh, where Faliq proposed to Chyrseis
Chryseis recently showed off her enviable rock as she displayed her Gucci-inspired manicure
Chyseis is a big fan of fine dining and headed to Barcelona and the famous El Celler de Can Roca restaurant in Girona (pictured)
Chryseis then basked in the sun in Greece and Bali, where she partied with Leona Lewis, before heading to Jakarta, Indonesia and the Shanghai Disney Resort.
Although it may seem like Chryseis is a professional traveller, the heiress is actually a businesswoman in her own right.
She is the CEO of Berjaya Times Square, Malaysia’s largest inner-city shopping mall, and the executive director of Berjaya Assets Bhd.
Chryseis has also invested in two restaurants in her native Malaysia, as well as the app Goxip – which allows users to take a picture of celebrities’ clothes on social media and instantly get connected to sites where they can find similar styles.
The busy businesswoman, whose life is filled with meetings, weddings, and plenty of amazing fashion opportunities, is currently in Hong Kong.
But there’s no doubt she’ll stay true to the promise she made on one Instagram shot: ‘I know I say this all the time but…off again!’
Although it may seem like Chryseis is a professional traveler, the heiress is actually a businesswoman in her own right
She is the CEO of Berjaya Times Square, Malaysia’s largest inner-city shopping mall and the executive director of Berjaya Assets Bhd
The busy businesswoman somehow manages to see the world while fitting in a slew of weddings, meetings, parties, and family time as well