Around the world in 22 days
Resort group Aman has launched an exclusive private-jet expedition from now to May 6, 2018 in partnership with luxury tour operator Remote Lands. Each journey is limited to just 16 guests, who will be flown in style to several destinations across nine countries, including Amanyangyun (pictured) in China and Amanzoe in Greece. This 22-day itinerary kicks off with three nights in Tokyo during the cherry blossom season and culminates in a sunset dinner held at a 16th-century palazzo on the Grand Canal, Aman Venice.

Winter wonderland
Bundle up for First Snow, an exclusive offer for Singaporeans and Singapore residents to stay at a deluxe room at The Green Leaf Niseko Village in Hokkaido. The package comes with complementary ski lift passes and gear hire, discounted group ski lessons and garment rental, unlimited onsen access as well as daily buffet breakfast and dinner from $230 nett per room per night. Niseko is known as one of the largest winter resorts in Japan, and its famed powder snow draws tourists to the town every winter. The promotional offer is valid for bookings made up to Dec 13, for accommodation from Dec 1 to 15, 2017.

Into the wild
Cardamom Tented Camp
, an upcoming ecotourism initiative in southwest Cambodia’s 18,000ha Botum Sakor National Park, is offering new 2D3N and 4D3N packages for nature tourists. Each package includes an introductory tour of the park via abandoned poaching and logging trials and into the camp site’s surrounding forest, as well as three meals daily at the camp’s riverside restaurant. The safari-style eco camp will have its soft opening on Nov 1 to unveil nine fully furnished boutique tents, each equipped with a private restroom.

Romance in the Lion City
Laidback lovebirds have their date night covered with Hotel G Singapore’s #STAYCAYFORBAE Package ($188++), which is available until Dec 29. The one-night stay includes a complimentary room upgrade, two glasses of wine and $50 worth of in-house F&B credits. Morning snoozers can also enjoy late checkout until 2pm, subject to availability.

Coming soon: A royal sanctuary
Hospitality group Six Senses Hotels Resorts and Spas will open its first resort in India, Six Senses Fort Barwara, in late 2018. Located on the site of a 14th-century fort owned by the Rajasthani royal family, the project will mark the second heritage property under the management of Six Senses. Shekhawati art will be employed to depict the fort’s historical significance, while the original women’s palace on the site will house a Six Senses Spa, which will offer an extensive ayurveda programme, meditation and Six Senses Integra ted Wellness packages.

This article appeared in Issue 802 (Oct 23) of The Edge Singapore.