Thinking out of the box: Before your loved one's next business trip, friend's next holiday or sibling's honeymoon, send them an 'Out-of-a-Box' experience as a surprise gift. The sky's the limit as to what the gift - conceived by luxury travel specialist, Wanlilu Play - might be, from dinner at the hottest new restaurant to a round of golf, from a yoga retreat with Rodney Yee to a private snowboard lesson. Wanlilu charges a flat $1,000 fee for conceptualising, arranging and packaging the gift. Pictured is a 30th birthday present for someone headed to Whistler, featuring a mountaintop dinner, snowmobile ride and apres-ski massage. Call Winnie So on 3162 3729 or visit www.wanliluplay.com for more details. Marital bliss: The Anantara Resort & Spa in Hua Hin, Thailand (above), set in 5.6 hectares of landscaped gardens, offers a three-day/two-night Heavenly Honeymoon package for $4,243. Included in the price is accommodation in a Deluxe Lagoon room with terrazzo two-person bathtubs; fruit and flowers on arrival; a candlelit dinner in the resort's Ba'an Thalia restaurant (including wine); breakfast on your personal terrace; a massage or facial at the new Mandara Spa; and two Anantara bathrobes to take home. The offer is available from April 16 to September 30, or for $4,633 from October 1 to December 31. Call (66 32) 520250 or visit www.anantara.com for more details. Hit the road: Getting your kicks on Route 66 is an image immortalised in umpteen Hollywood films, and one you can now re-enact yourself. And there's never been a better time to do so, with Harley-Davidson, the world's oldest motorcycle company, celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Harley-Davidson Authorised Rentals & Tours has added nine new packages to its tours programme with rides along the California coast, through Las Vegas, in Florida and Key West and of course across the legendary Route 66. Prices range from $6,786 for a three-day tour of Los Angeles in November (taking in Venice Beach, the Sunset Strip, Hollywood, Beverly Hills and participating in the famous annual Love Ride) to $36,192 for a 16-day trip from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast between April 22 and May 7 (visiting the New Orleans Jazz Festival and on to Texas and through Arizona). Package prices include airport transfers, use of current Harley-Davidson motorcycles and safety equipment, professional guides, hotel accommodation and a support vehicle for luggage. Alternatively, you could plan your own adventure by renting a Harley from any of 200 authorised rental operators worldwide. Visit www.hdrentals.com for more information. Club class: The Portman Ritz-Carlton's Shanghai Experience Package is aimed at business travellers, starting at US$280 (HK$2,184) a night in a Club Room (minimum two-night stay). The price includes round-trip Mercedes-Benz limousine transfers; one-hour use of The Club Level meeting rooms; access to the Club Lounge with food and drink (including alcohol) available all day; complimentary suit-pressing; and a '24-hour stay programme' where you can check out at the same time that you checked in. Available until December 31, call (86 21] 6279 8070 or visit www.ritzcarlton.com for more details.