“Blue Sky Escapes is in the business of redefining the notion of luxury, personalised travel. This year, we’re upping the ante with exclusively designed journeys that centre around specific themes.”
– By Chuin Ying
The makings of an unforgettable, custom-crafted themed journey? Specially selected experts leading the way. Unparalleled access. Transformative experiences that are tailor-made to what tickles your cultural, wellness, gastronomic or socially conscious fancies. A limited number of compatible travellers. Seamless travel support.
Already in our line-up for 2019 is a beyond exclusive Art Week trip to Hong Kong and a one of a kind fitness retreat to Kathmandu, Nepal. Stay tuned, for these singular escapes promise to be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before.
Hong Kong Art Week 2019: An Exclusive Insider’s Tour
Come March, we’re organising a 5-day art-filled journey to the brilliant and bustling city of Hong Kong for art lovers and enthusiasts. In collaboration with Bespokcracy Travel, the exclusive itinerary navigates Hong Kong Art Week, pivoting around the marquee fair of Art Basel Hong Kong and its satellite fair, Art Central.
Photo credit: Art Basel
Fully led by Benjamin Hampe, a pre-eminent personality in Southeast Asia’s art circle, this one-off tour will take our artistically-inclined travellers through curatorial walks, private gallery tours and unrivalled insider access to places like West Kowloon Cultural District — the world’s largest emerging arts precinct, and M+, Hong Kong’s newly opened museum for visual culture. There will also be notable dining opportunities at Italian private kitchen, Dine Art; as well as a private meal experience with renowned contemporary artist, Carla Chan. Book now.
Photo credit: Art Basel
Marvels Around Mythical Kathmandu
In October, we’re embarking on our second fitness retreat. This time, we’re headed to Nepal, the adventure playground for lovers of the great outdoors. The 8D7N journey includes a 3D2N hike through upland trails, knife-edge mountain passes, pilgrimage sites and charming hill villages; sharing the camaraderie of the entire experience with like-minded trekkers along the way.
A smorgasbord of outdoor activities awaits, such as canyon-swinging, white water rafting, bungee jumping and rock climbing. You also have the option of a two-day extension to Pokhara at the tail end of the trip.
The idyllic lakeside spot is ideal for recharging your batteries before you return home. Featuring short day hikes — like the famous Begnas Thulokote route that Prince Charles himself completed in 1980 — and visits to cultural sights, all against the backdrop of the Annapurna Himalaya, it’s set to be a sweet end to this mountain kingdom escape. Find out more.