Asia Foodie Adventures for Luxury Travelers from Remote Lands

25 April 2019
Call us Toll Free: +1-888-828-5438 View in your browser. ASIA FOODIE ADVENTURES FOR LUXURY TRAVELERS FROM REMOTE LANDS Be it the kaiseki of the Michelin-starred Ginza Kojyu in Tokyo or Autie Fai’s crab omelets in Bangkok’s Chinatown, there is a morsel of history in every bite of Asian cuisine, and some travelers want to follow their palate around the continent. READ MORE DELICIOUS HONG KONG: A FOODIE TOUR

This transitory adventure through Canto-cuisine lasts just three days, but it’s a whole menu of South Chinese favorites. From the Hong Kong breakfast of a freshly-baked bun with tea to sweet pudding, fresh soy milk, braised goose, wanton noodle soup, and of course, dim sum, you’ll try Hong Kong’s top dishes at hidden eateries and Michelin restaurants. The tour includes some of Hong Kong’s must-see destinations, including Mid-Levels escalator and the Avenue of the Stars.


For five days, travelers sample all there is to taste in the Lion City. With Singapore’s multi-ethnic background comes a wealth of diversity in cuisine; the city’s gastronomic scene has put Singapore on the map as one of the greatest food destinations in the world. From local favorites of laksa and chicken rice at hawker stalls to celebrity chef outposts and mid-range local gourmet joints, there is something for everyone.


Visit Korea’s hotspots and eat your way through the peninsula on this eight-day adventure. Dive into the energetic nightlife of Busan and Seoul and engage in an authentic Korean night out, complete with cuisine, cocktails, and touring. Split between the beach-laden Busan and bustling mega-city Seoul, you will get a taste a nightlife culture that is quintessentially Korean. Dine on kimchi and pork belly, belt out K-pop songs at a norebang, hop around the many pojangmachas, and discover the unique flavors of makgeolli and soju.

READ MORE > A VIETNAMESE CULINARY JOURNEY Loosen your belt for the ultimate ultra-luxe culinary journey: 14 days of cuisine in Vietnam. Visit Saigon, Mui Ne, Hoi An, Hue, and Hanoi for a unique exploration into the sights, sounds, and most importantly tastes of Vietnam. Chat with locals and enjoy Vietnam’s unique culture; try food you can only have in-country and explore the nation’s history. And, most importantly, this adventure includes cooking classes so you can take a piece of Vietnamese culture home with you. READ MORE >   Cuisine FILLERS IN MANILA: DINING IN STYLE IN THE CAPITAL Long overshadowed by other Southeast Asian cuisines, Filipino food is having a moment with a host of talented chefs enlivening the dining scene in the country’s capital. READ MORE > Cuisine LIKE VIETNAMESE FOOD? MAKE IT YOURSELF IN HO CHI MINH CITY’S COOKING CLASSES If you want a proper souvenir from Ho Chi Minh City, try taking some of the cuisine home with you. Learn how to make your own Vietnamese food on your journey through Asia.  READ MORE > Cuisine NAHM LUNCH: THE MIDDAY MEAL AT BANGKOK’S HOTTEST RESTAURANT Travelogues sits down with the inimitable Chef Pim and tries the lunch at the COMO Metropolitan's nahm, one of Bangkok's most impressive fine dining venues. READ MORE > Cuisine 5 GREAT WAYS TO HAVE HIGH TEA IN ASIA It's a long-time favorite for luxury travelers: high tea in an ultra-luxe hotel. Guests can combine fine dining with snacks and most likely an incredible view. But, there are some hotels that offer something a little bit extra.  READ MORE >   #TakeMeToRemoteLands AS RECENTLY FEATURED IN • The Wall Street Journal • Town & Country • Departures • Travel + Leisure • Forbes • Condé Nast Traveler • BusinessWeek • National Geographic Traveler • Palm Beach Post • Chicago Tribune • Financial Times • BBC • Fox Business News • The New York Times REMOTE LANDS, INC.
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