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Remote Lands is a small “white glove” travel-design firm focused exclusively on high-end bespoke travel to Asia. We create sumptuous experiences tailor-made to your highly discriminating tastes.

China is a country so massive that any one trip there can show you only a slice of the country and its rich and heterogeneous cultures. Remote Lands immerses you in Chinese culture by providing insider access to private events and extraordinary people. Our journeys introduce you to a multi-faceted selection of remarkable people, from top businessmen and government leaders to remote villagers and tribal people. Your interactions with these people will be stimulating, edifying and enlightening, and you will have a well-rounded and profound learning experience that you will value forever.

All travel is bespoke and completely personalized. Please contact us for a complimentary consultation so we can create the perfect experience for your own highly discerning needs and desires.

120 East 56th Street, Suite 930
New York, NY 10022 USA
Phone: 1-646-415-8092
Fax: 1-877-848-2026
info@remotelands.com
www.remotelands.com

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