How Justin Bieber should kick back in NZ
We're sure Justin Bieber will have a hectic schedule while in the country to perform at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday, March 18 next year.
It has been confirmed that he's added four Australian dates and one New Zealand show to his Purpose World Tour.
Having already toured across the US, Canada, Japan and currently performing in Europe to support his fourth studio album, Purpose, we think the 22-year-old singer will be ready for a well deserved break when he arrives in the country.
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If he has a few days to spare, this is what he might like to do.
HIT THE TRACK
He might be missing his white Lamborghini Gallardo and Ferrari F430 while on tour. So we reckon he'll be ready to hit the track and let off some steam at Hampton Downs Motorsport Park. We're sure Kiwi multi-millionaire, Tony Quinn, will be happy to hand Justin the keys to his Aston Martin Vulcan, the most expensive car in New Zealand, for a couple of laps around the track.
PLAY A ROUND
Justin has been spotted at exclusive Los Angeles golf courses in the past with his younger brother so we reckon he'd be up for a round in New Zealand. He can work on his game at the most exclusive golf club in the country, Tara Iti on the coast near Mangawhai, north of Auckland. It allows entrance by invite only and the membership fee for the Amercian-style private golf club is rumoured to cost $175,000. Its membership is capped at 250 people, but we're sure they'll be willing to make an exception on this occasion.
After a busy tour schedule Justin will be due for a well deserved break. We recommend he take a little R&R time at the Eagles Nest Lodge, a world class retreat overlooking the spectacular Bay of Islands. The 75-acre estate offers five private luxury villas, big enough for him and his entire entourage. The award-winning presidential villa should be up to Justin's standards at a cool $12,995 a night. Each villa has a private heated infinity edged lap pool, and a personal concierge service with a gourmet kitchen at his beck and call. A complimentary chauffeur driven service is on offer, but we're sure he'll make use of the lodge's helipad instead.
CRUISE THE BAY
It would be a crime not to get out on the water whilst in the scenic Bay of Islands. And to see this stunning part of the country in style a luxury charter catamaran is surely the only option for Justin. With over 140 islands to explore the Sunreef 58' luxury charter catamaran at US$28,000 a week is the best way for him to get around.
It's no secret that Justin is partial to a skinny dip. So if he's feeling the urge to get his kit off may we suggest Moturua island, a privately owned five-star island available for hire. But if this doesn't suit him he's welcome to get wet and wild wherever he pleases. The weather may be a little cool in March, but it's OK Justin, we won't judge.