Last week Remote Lands announced The Bill Bensley Trail, a luxury tour throughout Southeast Asia with star designer and architect Bill Bensley, taking place from February 16 to March 1, 2020.
Compared to places like Cambodia and Thailand, Laos is an untraveled backwater in Southeast Asia; check out a few of Remote Lands’ signature journeys.
Seoul and Busan may have the luxury hotels, but it’s Gyeongju that has the history. Travelers walk through centuries in this historic UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Japan readies for its third Aman destination with Aman Kyoto. Found a short walk from the Golden Pavilion, this resort was two decades in the making.
From the 17th century architecture of the luxury Amangalla to some of the best seafood in Sri Lanka, a day in Galle Fort is for history lovers, epicureans, and shopaholics alike.
Between the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea, there are the Andaman Islands, a little bit of India in Southeast Asia well worth the journey.
Portugal’s colonial history has left an indelible cultural and architectural mark on Macao’s landscape, and lovers of old buildings and photography won’t want to miss these.