Spaces Quarterly, On Location: Bali & Bangkok Expedition
Hug a honey bear, thenglide out over the surf on a giant palm swing at the Pod Chocolate Factory and Cafe — located within an elephant camp. Hike up an active volcano to catch the sunrise, explore the monkey forest, and relax on the buttery shortbread sands of Dream Beach. These sentences may seem far from reality, but they're feasible and on the schedule for the first portion of Spaces Quarterly's latest expedition to Bali.
The proverbial jewel in the crown of Indonesian tourism, Bali maintains its enigmatic aura with iconic rice paddies, volcanic forested mountains, and legendary surf. A living postcard, white sand beaches offset crystal blue waters with aquamarine and coral undertones. Even the mere mention of Bali evokes an exotic, tropical state of mind.
If you're looking for more than a picture, or plane ticket to paradise, come with us. Join us on an adventure of a lifetime, and turn fantasy into reality. Immerse yourself into the culture, and very fabric of the local community with our experienced guides. Travel deeper into the heart and essence of the local people, while experiencing life in a new, foreign way. Discover corners of the world that you would never explore on your own.
Our team of trusted experts have done the legwork, researching and drafting itineraries designed to ensure an enriching, enjoyable, and safe experience you'll never forget. Small groups guarantee flexibility, although you always have the option to exercise as much freedom in the schedule as you desire.
Leading this particular excursion are two travelers with decades of experience. Tony, founder of Spaces Quarterly, and Laura, an ex Asian expat of seven years; meet the whole team backing the mission here.
Finally, if Indonesia is not enough, extend your trip into a long weekend in Bangkok.
See the largest reclining Buddha in the giant Buddhist temple complex of Wat Pho, explore the Grand Palace grounds, and see what’s up with Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn. Enjoy dinner above the hustle at Sirocco (which earned extra publicity in the Hangover 2 movie), the world's "highest alfresco restaurant," and a chance to grab some great snaps of the Bangkok skyline and Chao Phraya River.
And much, much more. Stop living vicariously through photos, and take action today. The vacation of your dreams is only a few clicks away.