Donald Trump's summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may last only a few hours—but that's enough time to worry leaders in Beijing and Tokyo.
"No detail is spared in the décor—every room is lined with gold, onyx, brass and silver accents, hand-applied special finishes of gold leaf trim at cornices, hand-painted silk artwork panels and magnificent crystal chandeliers."
Trump's request is a shift in tone from his own tweets about the North Korean Leader.
Singapore foreign minister Vivian Balakrishnan took the North Korean leader and his sister on a sightseeing tour of the island state.
Kim won't be using the facilities in the five-star luxury hotel where he's staying.
President Donald Trump has rejected G7 allies while speaking warmly of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
The president is turning 72 on June 14.
Asked if he would welcome Kim Jong Un to the U.S. after the Singapore summit, Trump said, "Yes."
"We will definitely make sure he gets the best room the hotel has to offer," the CEO of HotelPlanner.com said of his hotel offer to Kim.
The historic summit has already been endangered once by incendiary remarks from Trump's White House.
The sports star is expected to be in Singapore at the time of the Trump-Kim summit.
Urban freeclimber Alain Robert got to the 75th floor of the 123-storey building before surrendering.
"We thank our great Singaporean hosts for their hospitality," White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted.
The Singapore Mint has produced coins in gold, silver and nickel.
The first lady recently underwent medical treatment.
The change of guard brings a younger generation of military officials to the forefront.
"North Korea can build nukes and ICBMs, but claim they are too poor to pay for foreign travel costs," a Korea expert said.
A Chinese Foreign Ministry official likened U.S. complaints about China's militarization of the South China Sea to "a thief crying 'stop thief.'"