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Remote Lands: Private Jet Journeys to Asia

Posted: Feb. 26th, 2007  |  By Christina Stewart
Luxury Travel: If you enjoy five-star treatment but want to experience third-world countries, Remote Lands, Inc., offers the best in luxury travel. Remote Lands, Inc. sends its guests to five Asian countries for a two-week adventure while providing deluxe accommodations. The next adventure, "Passionate Epicures and Insatiable Travelers," is scheduled from October 13 to 26, 2007. The all-inclusive trip includes transport via private jet, exclusive accommodations, dining, activities, entrance fees, taxes, a private car, driver and guide.

The founders offer unparalleled insider information as well as cultural know-how, making your getaway unforgettable. The upcoming trip is limited to 36 people due to the number of first-class seats available on the private jet. Travelers can submerge themselves into Asian culture as they voyage through five countries including, Thailand, Burma, Bhutan, India and China. Accompanying guests will be best-selling author and acclaimed food critic, Gael Greene, and award-winning author and Asia expert Simon Winchester.

Travelers will encounter Asian culture first-hand as Remote Lands, Inc. guides them through local traditions, customs and day-to-day civilization. You will encounter all walks of life - from aristocrats to celebrities to villagers to orphans.

Whether you're a food buff or a culinary novice, you'll gain perspective by visiting food markets and sampling Thai delicacies indigenous to a Buddhist monk's dinner. You will even be afforded private cooking lessons from celebrated chefs from the comforts of their own kitchens.

For art aficionados, Remote Lands will take you into the palace of the Maharaja, where you will be wined and dined, followed by a private showing of his personal art collection. Guests will also pay a visit to the former British Empire's oldest synagogue, built in 1568 as well as attend an ordination ceremony for young Buddhist monks in Burma. Another featured highlight includes participating in a traditional Bhutanese wedding, where red-robed monks play eight-foot trumpets and bestow guests with ceremonial foods.

Golf enthusiasts will have the opportunity to take the green with some of Asia's most famous golf personalities. Featured courses are located within the kingdom of Bhutan, the highest golf course in the world, located atop the Himalayas, and inside an extinct volcano in Bali. And don't forget about all those people back home expecting exotic souvenirs. You'll come across some amazing finds at the Yekshenba Bazaar, the world's largest open-air market, located in Kashgar, with more than 100,000 vendors.

The excursion will run you nearly $50,000 based on double occupancy (with a $5,000 supplement fee for single occupancy). Remote Lands' regular prices start at about $1,000 per person per day (excluding international airfare) with additional expenses based on options such as private jets, helicopters, personal chefs and royal audiences.


For LxM Christina Stewart

Company: Remote Lands, Inc.
Location: Manhattan, NY
Contact: (646) 415-8092 or info@remotelands.com
Web site: www.remotelands.com
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