Ultra-luxe Travel for Art Lovers from Remote Lands

15 February 2019
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Ultra-luxe Travel for Art Lovers from Remote Lands

With Art Basel in Hong Kong ready to get underway and the Setouchi Triennale set for three seasons of exhibits spanning Japan's Seto Inland Sea, Remote Lands is proud to feature art-based ultra-luxe travel throughout Asia for discerning travelers who like to challenge their minds. Whether it’s heading to the most fashionable galleries on the Arabian Peninsula or exploring lesser-known destinations in China, Remote Lands has an answer for art lovers. FEATURED ART ITINERARIES JAPANESE ART AND CULTURE TOUR This luxury 13-day tour explores art, history, and culture in Japan’s most iconic cities. Beginning in Tokyo, travelers will visit unforgettable sites such as the Meiji Shrine and the colorful shopping streets of Harajuku before traveling via bullet train to Hiroshima and Kyoto. Ancient townships, temples, art galleries, and royal gardens are all part of this journey through Japanese culture and heritage. Each night, travelers can enjoy the unique comforts of a luxury ryokan and fascinating kaiseki cuisine. READ MORE > PURSUE YOUR PASSION: CELEBRATE THE ARTS IN FIVE OF ASIA'S MOST CAPTIVATING CAPITALS With 12 days of art-based excitement, this journey allows travelers to enjoy five different and incredibly diverse Asian cities and visit esteemed art galleries, exhibitions, and museums known throughout the world. From the myriad of art museums in Tokyo and Seoul to private glimpses into Shanghai’s artist studios and Hong Kong’s famed art auction hosted by Christie’s Asia, this itinerary leads travelers all the way to the Gardens by the Bay light show in Singapore. READ MORE > UNCOVER CHINESE CULTURE THROUGH EXPANSIVE ARTISTIC VENUES Ancient sculptures, digital masterpieces, and historic paintings from the Middle Kingdom are all found on this 10-day journey. Starting in the People’s Republic of China in Beijing’s 798 district, travelers will find a synchronized balance between hushed viewings and popular, must-see attractions. In Suzhou, visitors will find handicrafts and lush gardens running through the middle of a Chinese city, and then it’s on to Shenzhen for an urban shopping hub. Finally, travelers move on to the futuristic charms of Taipei in the Republic of China to top off their artistic journey. READ MORE ARABIAN PENINSULA: ART ON THE BEACH

The affluent United Arab Emirates is revered for the luxury of its modern cities, but it also has a thriving art scene, an eclectic mix of modern works and heritage pieces. Oman is also known for its lavish taste, but the port city of Muscat is full of surprises, mixing contemporary art with traditional Arabian souks and stone buildings. Travelers will stay at opulent hotels and spend afternoons relaxing on the beach, all the while discovering the diverse artwork of the Arabian Peninsula from minimalistic galleries such as the Salwa Zeidan to the more quirky modern art spaces.


On this short, four-day adventure, travelers combine the luxury of Asia’s most dynamic city with fine art – a trip easily included with the Singapore Grand Prix later this year. Travelers will embark on a quick tour through the city’s top museums and galleries, from the avant garde to some of Southeast Asia’s most impressive artists. Meanwhile, visitors will avail themselves of the city’s excellent luxury accommodations, including the historic Fullerton Bay Hotel.


It's never too early to start thinking about how you want to see the Setouchi Triennale; luxury travelers who want the best will start looking as soon as possible for this exceptional art extravaganza. 

READ MORE > ART IN ULAANBAATAR: THE ZANABAZAR MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS Mongolia's capital may not be known for its art, but the Zanabazar is an eye-opening must-see for any art lovers traveling through Ulaanbataar. READ MORE > BORDERLESS: TOKYO’S NEW DIGITAL ART MUSEUM IS A CREATIVE PARADIGM SHIFT Inside the Mori Building Digital Art Museum, teamLab has created and inspired paradigm shift in Tokyo's art world, a realm where ones and zeroes create entire interactive planets. READ MORE > MAKING GODS: EXPLORING CALCUTTA’S KUMARTULI DISTRICT Annapurna Mellor travels to Kumartuli district Calcutta, a place where they make gods from scratch. From straw to the finished product, this journey takes us to the genesis of India's spiritual sculptures. READ MORE > AN ART LOVER’S GUIDE TO SAIGON Saigon's art scene has been on the rise for years, and these spots will sate the sophisticated art lover's need for a deeper look into Ho Chi Minh City. READ MORE > EAT YOUR WAY THROUGH 5 OF DUBAI’S ART HOTSPOTS Dubai's art scene has been on the rise for years, and now that it's in full bloom, there's plenty of innovation for art lovers and gastronomes. 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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