From Singapore to Vancouver: 5 TikTok accounts for a glimpse into the lives of the wealthy
Yes, luxury TikTok is a thing. Want to have a look at the most extravagant houses, out-of-this-world supercars and lavish hotel stays? Simply follow these accounts.
In case you didn’t already know, there’s more to TikTok than viral dances. In fact, there’s a whole world of luxury content you can find on the platform.Which are some of Singapore’s most extravagant homes? What do supercar owners do for a living? What is it like staying in a US$1,200 (S$1,614) per night over-the-water bungalow?
Find the answers to your questions at these TikTok accounts.FAIRYTALE SINGAPORE HOMES:It’s no secret that real estate agents have been going big on social media recently, TikTok included. On his TikTok account, real estate agent Marcus Luah lets you peek at some of the most extravagant houses in Singapore.
Marcus Luah's TikTok page. (Screengrab: TikTok/@marcusluahsg) Read more: CNA »
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