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Small Luxury Hotels invites guests to Journey with Dumpling the Tiger and Li in collaboration with Malaysian artist Beatrice Oh

  • by Adrian Eugene Seet
  • 2 Months ago
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Hotel Gajoen, Tokyo, Japan A unique "museum hotel" with a 90-year history as an exclusive wedding and dining venue, Hotel Gajoen is renowned for its 2,500 pieces of Japanese masterpieces, and guest rooms modelled after tea rooms. Historical touches and beautiful artworks can be found around every corner, but the highlight is the stunning Japanese garden surrounding its premises. Complete with waterfalls and a lively koi pond, it is the background to countless momentous occasions and joyful memories for many Japanese and visitors from afar.
Hotel Gajoen, Tokyo, Japan A unique “museum hotel” with a 90-year history as an exclusive wedding and dining venue, Hotel Gajoen is renowned for its 2,500 pieces of Japanese masterpieces, and guest rooms modelled after tea rooms. Historical touches and beautiful artworks can be found around every corner, but the highlight is the stunning Japanese garden surrounding its premises. Complete with waterfalls and a lively koi pond, it is the background to countless momentous occasions and joyful memories for many Japanese and visitors from afar.

Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) has collaborated with Malaysian artist Beatrice Oh in the luxury hotel brand’s first artist collaboration. SLH recently launched a brand campaign Travel Comfort Zones to help guests transcend their comfort zones and expand their holiday horizons.

Beatrice Oh, a full-time artist illustrator based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, loves creating stories and illustrations with watercolour and colour pencils. Drawing inspiration from life experiences, Beatrice’s work taps into authentic emotions of the human spirit surrounded with elements of whimsical childhood nostalgia, the celebration of milestones and playfulness.

Dumpling the Tiger was born out of an adventure the artist longs to take – both in the content but also in the act of creating. The audacity to combine both boundless bravery and endless curiosity makes the ambiguity of what the future holds so much more compelling and exciting for her. In real life, the talented artist has an orange-coloured cat named Hansa who tries to sneak into her suitcase every chance it gets.

SOWAKA, Kyoto, Japan
Restored from a machiya townhouse from the early 20th century, Sowaka Kyoto effuses ethereal elegance in its luxurious space combining Japanese tradition with modernity. Apart from being in the vicinity of Kyoto’s iconic spots such as Gion and Yasaka Jinja, Sowaka arranges for temple visits that are not usually open to the public, as well as Zazen meditation sessions led by monks from Kanza Kyoto 「閑坐京都」 in the comfort of your room.

Dumpling the Tiger and Li tells a story about an unexpected adventure and friendship between two very different individuals who set off on a worldwide expedition in search of Dumpling’s home. In the process, the dauntless duo will traverse diverse destinations, try out new activities, and get acquainted with the local communities as they try to find out where Dumpling’s home may be.

Join in their whimsical adventures via social media and take a step to go on new travel adventures on your own. SLH will also be giving away limited edition Dumpling the Tiger memorabilia and complimentary stays at SLH hotels.

16 free-to-use Dumpling the Tiger and Li travel-themed stickers can be downloaded on GIPHY (search via the keyword “slh”), which can be used when sharing on Instagram Stories. A similar set of travel stickers will also be available for free on WhatsappLINE and WeChat.

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