Acclaimed architect and interior designer Bill Bensley has partnered with Remote Lands to offer a 14-day itinerary through Southeast Asia incorporating stays at his luxurious accommodations.
The journey commences in Laos at Bensley’s Rosewood Luang Prabang resort for three nights, then moves to Cambodia and stays at the Bensley Collection’s Shinta Mani Siem Reap in Angkor and the recently opened, jungle-based Shinta Mani Wild luxury tented camp. The Bensley Trail then moves onto Bangkok, Thailand with a stay at the brand new Rosewood Bangkok (the only non-Bensley designed property in the itinerary). Here, trip participants will rendezvous with Bensley himself for an exclusive soiree at the designer’s private home. The journey concludes at the Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort in Vietnam with three days of beachside relaxation.
Scheduled to operate between 16 February and 1 March 2020, The Bensley Trail will permit a maximum of 16 guests and will offer a deep exploration of each country, including immersive natural, cultural and historical experiences that explore the complex architecture of metropolitan Asian cities, the authentic cuisine of the region and the picturesque beaches of the coast.
“I am passionate about conservation and helping folks and animals in need and my inspiration in developing this trip was to use hospitality to help people that need it in a sustainable fashion,” said Bensley.
All touring is private and each guest or couple will have their own private car, driver and guide for all airport transfers and touring, along with highly personalised and customisable itineraries.
Remote Lands’ The Bensley Trail expedition is US$37,888 per person, based on double occupancy. The Single Supplement is US$20,999. For full terms and conditions, click here.