Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month with Remote Lands!

11 June 2021

Remote Lands is a proud ally of the LGBTQ+ community and as we celebrate Pride Month, we’re looking ahead to some of our favorite Asia destinations for LGBTQ+ travelers re-opening later in 2021 and early 2022.

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Remote Lands is a proud ally of the LGBTQ+ community and as we celebrate Pride Month, we’re looking ahead to some of our favorite Asia destinations for LGBTQ+ travelers re-opening later in 2021 and early 2022. Our highly-tailored approach to travel means all your needs and comforts will be taken care of smoothly and meticulously, while our network of contacts around Asia provides insider tips and access to hidden and exclusive experiences. Please contact the Remote Lands experts to start planning. 


As the first country in Asia to legalize gay marriage and home of the continent’s largest Pride festival, Taiwan is also one of Asia’s most underappreciated gems. With surprisingly dramatic coastal scenery, stunning national parks and hot springs, Taiwan is both a destination for nature and adventure as well as for culture. Its vibrant capital, Taipei, has an up-and-coming whisky scene, legendary street-food night markets and multiple bars and restaurants named in Asia’s Top 50 lists. JL Studio, Forchetta and Fleur de Sel in Taichung are amongst the 1 and 2 Michelin star winners. From cocktail-making in hidden speakeasies to hopping around sophisticated bars, the nightlife options Remote Lands can arrange are endless.

Suggested Itinerary: Classic Taiwan


Siem Reap is most famous for Angkor Wat, a 12th-century marvel of architecture and one of the great manmade wonders of the world. However, visitors to the ancient Khmer capital can venture beyond the temples to meet prominent residents such as our fabulous friend Eric RaisinaThe Madagascar-born, Paris-educated fashion designer is one of Cambodia's expat superstars, and his unique silk designs make wonderful mementoes to bring home. For the ultra-luxe experience: explore Angkor Wat by helicopter and stay at the Bensley-designed Shinta Mani or the former royal guest house, Amansara. 

Suggested Itinerary: Classic Cambodia

THAILAND NOW The paradise island of Phuket reopens to international travel next month, and the Land of Smiles has long prided itself on being a welcoming destination for the LGBTQ+ community. Bangkok's colorful annual Pride festival has been running here since 1999. It’s a difficult destination to top offering a mix of Thai spa treatments, world-class beach resorts like AmanpuriAndara and Anantara Layan, yacht excursions, muay Thai workouts, and a famous beach party scene. Round off your trip with a visit to Thailand’s fabulously inclusive capital Bangkok for newly minted Michelin-starred restaurants, cabarets and cocktail joints.

Suggested Itinerary: Classic Thailand THE BENSLEY TRAIL

Lovers of architecture and design can travel across Southeast Asia to Bill Bensley's spectacular properties in Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. Originally designed as a one-off small group trip, the Bensley Trail is now available as a private bespoke adventure. Hop from art deco retreats in Bangkok, Siem Reap, Hanoi and Luang Prabang to ultra-luxe tented camps in Bali and the Cardamom Mountains and a gorgeous beach resort in Danang. If you are a creative, designer, Bensleyphile, intrepid explorer, or luxury hotel aficionado, this is for you.

Suggested Itinerary: The Bill Bensley Trail




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