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Bangkok to Bali Overview
- 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31
Take a spicy adventure from Bangkok to Bali, via Malaysia
Travel from Bangkok to Ubud on a voyage of discovery. Soaking up the regions traditional culture and revel in the exotic flavours of the islands. With golden temples and saffron-robed monks, soft white sand beaches and bright blue skies, tantalising seafood and a host of shopping spots, our journey from Thailand to Indonesia via the Malay Peninsula is sure to delight.
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Loud, bright, chaotic and delightful, Bangkok is a city of modern excesses intermingled with simple traditions, all wrapped up in the famous smiles of the locals.
Khao Sok National Park is simply breathtaking. Dense rainforests hide a myriad of exotic animals and plants, whilst some of the many walking trails lead to awesome waterfalls and alongside the expansive lake.
Get under the skin of the culture and experience the life of a local on a village homestay in Thailand.
A lively beachside town in Krabi Province, Ao Nang has a main street with restaurants, shops and bars, and is close to many idyllic islands.
Penang - Malaysia's prized island - has a beautiful coastline, wonderful cuisine and its colonial heritage is still present in amongst the modern skyscrapers that tower over Georgetown.
Malaysian food has been heavily influenced by centuries of migration and trade. Chinese, India, Portuguese, Dutch and the native Malay - Peranakan. No where is that more evident than in Kuala Lumpur.
An intriguing blend of Malay, Indian, Chinese and Portuguese cultures, Melaka has a wealth of interesting architecture, distinctive food and cultural heritage.
Made up of 63 islands, Singapore is a thriving country with amazing food, wonderful shopping, lush parks, excellent nightlife and a fascinating blend of cultures.
Indonesia's sprawling capital, Jakarta is a vast cultural melting pot which reflects the many faces of modern Indonesia.
Once known as the 'Paris of Java', Bandung still retains relics of its Dutch colonial past with some fine examples of architecture from that era.
A small fishing village popular with visitors looking for a coastal escape, Pangandaran offers fine-sand beaches, cottage industries and an impressive green canyon.
Java's cultural heart is an Intrepid favourite. From batik workshops to the nearby Hindu and Buddhist temples, 'Yogya' is one of South-East Asia's gems.
Situated on the slopes of the sacred Penanggungan volcano, the peaceful Seloliman Nature Reserve is home to an environmental education centre set amid rice paddies and rainforest.
Set in the timeless homeland of the Tenggerese, the smoking crater of Mt Bromo is a spectacular sight as it sits inside the massive Tengger caldera.
Surrounded by coffee planations and beautiful mountain scenery, Kalibaru is a small hillside village with a pleasant climate.
Home to one of Bali's most famous and venerated temples, Tanah Lot is a stunning sight best viewed at sunset.
As Bali's main arts and cultural centre, Ubud is a wonderful place to experience the magic that has made this such a popular travel destination.
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