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Asia, driven by China, is the epitome of a thrusting continent, yet one that has not turned its back on its ancient traditions. From India to Japan, from Taiwan to Singapore, the Asian ‘Dragon’ continues to exert its fascination.

Just like its world-renowned delicious cuisine, Asia is marked by a tantalising melting pot of contrasting flavours, sights and smells. A continent where communist states lie alongside democratic republics and kingdoms, where Colonial landmarks jostle for attention with skyscrapers and ancient temples, and where all the great religions rub shoulders.
Journey to Asia for fascinating glimpses into unspoilt lands and cultures, such as those found in the magical kingdom of Bhutan, world-famous sights like India's Taj Mahal, Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple, Thailand's floating markets, China's Terracotta Army and Hong Kong's neon-lit harbour; not forgetting the rainforest-fringed beaches of Malaysia, the shadow-puppeteers and dancers of Indonesia and the Colonial elegance of Vietnam's cities, which are all just as captivating.
Visitors to Asia claim that it's the everyday details that provide the most unforgettable memories of their holidays here. A rainbow of vibrant prints in the markets, the scent of aromatic spices frying on the street stalls, the sight of an elephant being ridden through the streets or the feel of the soft sand between the toes on a pristine beach.

Luxury Society Asia
Luxury Society – Online & Offline Luxury Community in Thailand, and Asia. We aimed at promoting and strengthening business relationships among sophisticated and affluent professionals in Thailand & Asia, through our mutual interest in all things luxurious. The club established since 2001 for networking amongst people who passionate about luxurious things, and Asia professionals.
Today, The Club attracts professionals from diverse business backgrounds including the financial and banking sector, company owners, executives, senior management, celebrities, local influencers, journalists, and bloggers.

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Luxury Insider - Asia's Leading Online Luxury Magazine
Featuring only the best products and services available in the world today, Luxury Insider is the definitive luxury magazine and essential guide to luxury for the modern connoisseur.

Luxury Insider covers reviews and luxury news in the following categories: Luxury watches, Luxury cars, Fine Dining, Luxury travel, Fashion, Luxury Tech, Private jets and aviation, Luxury homes, Luxury yachts.

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Remote Lands

Remote Lands is the world's foremost luxury travel designer focused exclusively on Asia. We are a highly specialized boutique firm based in New York and Bangkok, creating bespoke journeys tailor-made to your highly discriminating tastes, optionally by private jet or yacht.

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Fashion Weeks - Asia Launches its Federation

LUXE.TV News 2013
Following in the footsteps of the New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks, Asia is setting out to conquer the fashion world by creating its very own Federation. Fashion Mag writer Florent Gilles recently spilled the beans about this new phenomenon. The Federation will aim to nurture young talent within Asian countries rather than simply exporting it to Paris. But more importantly, it hopes to schedule dates for fashion weeks in the region in a more compatible fashion. At the moment, this is far from being the case. This October for example, Singapore, Shanghai, Tokyo and Beijing fashion weeks almost all overlap. Singapore Fashion Week has already taken place and was inundated with its fair share of fashion writers and professional buyers. The semi-Asian-semi-Western-inspired event offered a wide variety of collections with themes ranging from denim to couture. This October sees Tokyo’s Mercedes Benz Fashion Week which will feature a number of Japanese womenswear and menswear labels. On October the 16th, the Chinese city of Shanghai begins its own ten-day fashion week. This will be followed by yet another fashion week to be held in Seoul and financed by institutional and industrial funding. Seoul Fashion Week takes place from October the 18th to 23rd and will feature the very best from Korean womenswear and menswear designers. Behind this ambitious project - backed by various Asian chambers of commerce to form the first Asian Couture Federation or ACF - is Singapore’s Fidé Fashion Week founder, Frank Cintamani. A key player in the fashion world who is extremely well-connected and known to sponsors, can he really unite an entire continent? Well, he’s certainly got his hands full trying!

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Asia, a continent to discover

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Asia Continent - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent, located primarily in the eastern and northern hemispheres. It covers 8.6% of the Earth's total surface area (or 29.9% of its land area) and with approximately 4 billion people, it hosts 60% of the world's current human population.
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AsiaSpa Awards

Created in 2005 to give recognition and thanks to the sensational spa industry of Asia, the AsiaSpa Awards set the benchmark for quality and innovation for spas in the region.

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Luxury in Afghanistan

WARNING: Afganistan is not your ideal holiday or safest business destination at the moment, but it does have some very impressive landscape. Trips should be meticulously planned and travelers should keep abreast of the latest security situation throughout their stay.

Luxury in Bangladesh

Tucked in between India and Myanmar (Burma), Bangladesh is one of Asia's undiscovered jewels. This vibrant country has a rich cultural heritage, friendly people and incredible physical beauty, with emerald green rice paddies, lush tropical rainforests and the world's longest natural sea beach. Bangladesh is amongst the least visited Asian countries, and is therefore an enticing destination for the audacious traveler who seeks a profound learning experience, and is happy to forgo luxurious accommodation in exchange for true cultural immersion.

Luxury in British Indian Ocean Territory

The British Indian Ocean Territory is not a tourist destination.

Luxury in Brunei Darussalam

Known as the Abode of Peace, Brunei is one of only two Sultanates in the world. Situated on the northern coast of Borneo in Southeast Asia it is a land of architectural Islamic grandeur and lush virgin rainforest. Its capital, Bandar Seri Begawan glimmers with boutiques as well as national treasures such as the gold-domed Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque and the Islamic and Malay infused Istana Nurul Iman; the royal residence of His Majesty the Sultan. With a monarchy stretching back 600 years and relatively new independence, gained in 1984, Brunei is an unique preserve of modernity, royalty and nature. A haven for the inquisitive, Brunei also reveals the crystal-clear waters of the South China Sea, towering waterfalls in primary rainforests, endangered animals and the Iban, the island's native people and their traditional longhouses.

Luxury in Cambodia

Cambodia is a kingdom shrouded in mystery and exoticism. It has quickly become an alluring destination for those seeking to go off the well-trodden path. A country that truly awaits discovery, Cambodia reveals itself to visitors as one of the most breathtaking, unspoiled regions in the world.

Luxury in China

The nation remains a wild and chaotic explosion of cultural and geographical diversity; a frenzied concoction of the old and the new, the traditional and the innovative. This is a country shrouded in mystery but eager to be explored, offering visitors an epic adventure of discovery and surprise. In recent years, China has become somewhat of a buzz word amongst travellers. Enjoy a luxury holiday to China and discover its rich and detailed history, its fascinating traditions and extreme diversity. You'll experience flavours unknown to the western world, friendly Chinese hospitality and exotic eastern architecture all rolled into one compelling adventure.

Luxury in India

With a luxury India holiday you are always welcomed with a smile by one of the most hospitable and friendly nations on earth. Its credentials as a cultural destination are well known, but it has so much more to offer the luxury traveller, including some of the most luxurious hotels in the world, a friendly welcome, excellent service and a unique atmosphere.

Luxury in Iran

Luxury in Japan

Japan is a country of incredible contrasts - ancient architecture and forests alongside the world’s most developed cities.
Japan is a country like no other, at once futuristic and high tech, but traditional Japanese culture lives on strongly in places like Kyoto. What surprises most visitors is the natural beauty, particularly around Mount Fuji and the Japanese Alps.

Luxury in Kazakhstan

The vast Republic of Kazakhstan is one of the fastest growing economies in central Asia, and, along with being one of the largest countries in the world offers visitors plenty to enjoy.

Luxury in Kingdom of Bhutan
This mystical kingdom, tucked into the Himalayas between India and China, offers visitors a glimpse of an isolated culture untouched by the passage of time. Women still create intricate weavings by hand. Paintings created centuries ago still grace ancient buildings. The land of the Thunder Dragon proceeds cautiously into the 21st Century, committed to preserving its pristine forests, rare wildlife, unique architectural wonders, traditional Bhutanese crafts, and deep Buddhist roots.

Luxury in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan is nestled away in Central Asia and packed with huge mountains, deep gorges, meandering valleys and azure lakes. The beautiful scenery and Lake Issyk Kul, the world's second largest mountain lake after Lake Titicaca, alongside many rare animal species, such as the snow leopard and red wolf all contribute to the natural splendour of this country.

Luxury in Laos
Laos is often referred to as the 'land of a million elephants' or the 'sleeping beauty of South East Asia'. Situated in the heart of French Indo-China, landlocked between Thailand, Burma (Myanmar), China, Vietnam and Cambodia, travellers to Laos will find themselves captivated by the mist-veiled mountains, rivers running through untouched forests and monks trailing along pathways in search of their morning alms.

Luxury in Macau
A Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China, Macau (or Macao as it is also known) is located across the Pearl River estuary from Hong Kong. It consists of the peninsula Macau as well as two islands, Taipa and Coloane, connected to Macau by bridges. The two islands are connected to each other by a reclaimed area known as the Cotai Strip where City of Dreams is located. To the north of Macau is the Chinese city of Zhuhai and to the west is Hengqin Island which is part of the Zhuhai Special Economic Zone. The Lotus Bridge connects Cotai to the Zhuhai area.

Luxury in Maldives

Ultimate luxury in Maldives.
Sun, sand and sea, massive lagoons with different depths and infinite shades of blue and turquoise, dazzling underwater coral gardens a perfect natural combination for the ideal tropical holiday destination. However there is more to the Maldives than just that.

Luxury in Mongolia
Mongolia is one of the world's last true wilderness destinations, and a visit to this rewarding country is a real adventure.

Luxury in Myanmar
Myanmar sits at the crossroads of Asia’s great civilisations of India and China, and looks out onto the vast Indian Ocean next to Thailand. One of South East Asia’s largest and most diverse countries, Myanmar stretches from the sparkling islands of the Andaman Sea in the south right up into the Eastern Himalayan mountain range.
To this day Myanmar remains one of the most mysterious and undiscovered destinations in the world. A land of breathtaking beauty and charm yet only recently emerging into the modern world.

Luxury in Nepal
Nepal is probably best known for being home to eight of the world’s ten highest mountains, including the incomparable Mount Everest, the loftiest of them all. This small Himalayan country, surrounded by China, India and Bhutan, is stunningly beautiful, with some of the planet’s most picturesque mountain scenery – trekking and climbing are, of course, extremely popular.

Luxury in North Korea
North Korea, or DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea) as North Koreans prefer to call their country, is perhaps one of the most mysterious and little known countries in the world. North Korea has been in a self-imposed isolation since the end of the Korean war in 1953 and strictly controls visitor numbers, meaning the country has seen very few western tourists.

Luxury in Russia

Russia is a vast country with a rich and fascinating history. In St Petersburg and Moscow it has some of the world's finest collections of art and the cities are renowned for their theatre and ballet.

Luxury in Singapore
Singapore lies almost on the equator and is an ideal place to relax for a few days in a city renowned for its efficiency and high standard of service.

Luxury in South Korea
South Korea, or “Land of the Morning Calm”, is a beautiful peninsula littered with palaces, temples, pagodas, fortresses, forests, hills and rivers. The mountainous interior boasts several dozen national parks, whilst the exceptional coastline is dotted with over 3,000 islands, most of which are uninhabited.
South Korea offers a compelling blend of ancient cultural history and a powerful modern economy.

Luxury in Sri Lanka

Set in the Indian Ocean in South Asia, the tropical island nation of Sri Lanka has a history dating back to the birth of time. It is a place where the original soul of Buddhism still flourishes and where nature’s beauty remains abundant and unspoilt.
Few places in the world can offer the traveller such a remarkable combination of stunning landscapes, pristine beaches, captivating cultural heritage and unique experiences within such a compact location.

Luxury in Taiwan
Despite Taiwan's government recently introducing a campaign to promote the country as one of the finest tourist destinations in Asia, the country remains something of an undiscovered gem. In 2007 National Geographic claimed Taiwan could be "Asia's best kept secret", and in March 2009 the New York Times referred to Taipei as "of the most underrated tourist destinations in Asia”.

Luxury in Tajikistan

Luxury in Thailand
An eclectic South East Asian country, travelling across Thailand feels like navigating through four or five different countries rolled into one. Saturated with ancient culture and heritage but with an eye to the future this is a place that promises both striking modernity and fascinating tradition. The beaches and more remote islands of the south are amongst the most pristine in all of Eastern Asia and there is no where quite like Bangkok with its bustling markets, street stalls and boutiques.

Luxury in Tibet

Luxury in Turkmenistan

Luxury in Vietnam
Travelers rave about Vietnam 's incredibly friendly people, the diversity of Vietnam’s of culture, beautiful landscape and countryside. Vietnam has established its reputation as a unique and genuine Southeast Asian experience. And now, there is ample opportunity to explore it in style and luxury.



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