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Discovery of the Senses in Singapore

With the increasing dilution of the term ‘luxury travel’, a group of like-minded luxury companies, encompassing art, architecture, air charter, and travel have come together to organise a truly luxury fair in Singapore. Attendees are by invitation only, and consist of past clients, whom have been identified to be true connoisseurs of all things luxe. Developing synergies through complementary services, they aim to create an event that satisfies a select group of people – people who have moved beyond ego validation and a life defined by appearance, position and status, deferring instead to a life that is an intriguing mix of serene convenience and fulfilling adventure. These people often indulge in private eccentricities and are answerable to no one. The event is titled “Discovery of the Senses”, with emphasis on the sixth sense – imagination.  It is organised as a sit-down dinner at the Four Seasons Singapore, and features the culinary cuisine of Emmanuel Stroobant of St Pierre. Companies who are co-hosting the event include: Collectors Contemporary (Art), Richard Ho Architects (Architecture), Silversea (Luxury Cruises), Air Chartering (Chapman Freeborn), Relais & Chateaux (Hotels and Gastronomy), Aracari (Peri Destination Experts), Wild China (China Destination Experts), and Quotient TravelPlanner (Customised Travel Planning).

Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson is Editor of A Luxury Travel Blog and has worked in the travel industry for more than 30 years. He is Winner of the Innovations in Travel ‘Best Travel Influencer’ Award from WIRED magazine. In addition to other awards, the blog has also been voted “one of the world’s best travel blogs” and “best for luxury” by The Daily Telegraph.

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  1. It must be a very exclusive and secret event as there seems to be no mention anywhere of what date(s) it’s being held on. (Either that or I need new specs.)

    Seriously, this sounds terrific for those lucky enough to be invited.

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