A recent major exhibition put the spotlight on Ukiyo-e, artistic depictions Japan’s notoriously permissive “floating world”.
Naoshima, a previously obscure island in the Seto Inland Sea, has become one of Japan’s most compelling cultural destinations.
Osaka’s Nakanoshima Island is the city’s highbrow hub with three key museums openings windows to science, ceramics, and fine art.
Japan’s artisanal traditions may date back millennia, but visitors can turn their hand to learning ancient skills through local knowledge.
It’s one of the island’s most exclusive properties, but Cappella Ubud is forging links with Balinese communities and culture via immersive guest experiences like Keliki miniature painting classes and herbal medicine making.
Attending a class in Kathmandu, Ronan O’Connell is mesmerized by the ancient, meditative powers of Thangka art: the medium and the message for Buddhists across the Himalayas.
Singapore’s already tiny alternative art scene has taken a hit during the pandemic. But one Lion City enclave, in particular, remains alive with left-field energy
If you travel for the mind and the soul, Remote Lands can design an inspiring journey of discovery through Asia’s challenging, inventive contemporary art scene.
Join Remote Lands for two walks that link some of Bangkok’s best street art spots and introduce some of the city’s most revered street artists.
From above you’d never guess that the tiny, forested islands of Teshima and Shodoshima host some of the finest permanent exhibitions in East Asia, but they do.