Staycation during Ramadan Week in Jakarta - Why and Where

May 31, 2019 1:57:12 PM / by Bintang Bagaskara posted in Jakarta, Southeast Asia, Ramadan, industry insights, vacation

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The time to celebrate Ramadan with family, friends and other love ones is within eye-sights once again. However, you have to unfortunately stay in Jakarta due to several reasons, like lack of financial prowess, too far of a destination, occupation demands and so on. Or sometimes, your family comes to you! But do you know that Jakarta turns into a whole new world every time lebaran week rolls into town, full of fantastic points of view? Well, we will discuss in this list not only why, but also how to maximize your staycation in the city.

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Affordable Conference and Training Rooms Rental in Jakarta

May 24, 2019 2:24:25 PM / by Bintang Bagaskara posted in Jakarta, Southeast Asia, Conference Room, Training Room, flexible workspaces, meeting rooms

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Look at you! You've run a successful enterprise and hustled yourself into a new step in your business. Now, maybe you need a conference meeting with new investors for your new line of extraordinary products. Maybe you need to train several new employees for your ever growing company. We know that what you don't need is a severe hit on your revenue. 

Here are some of our picks for cheap conference rooms and training rooms in Jakarta that are easy on both the eye and the wallet.

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Unique Event Places in Jakarta for Unique Iftars

May 17, 2019 2:36:09 PM / by Bintang Bagaskara posted in Jakarta, Event Space, Ramadan, iftar, flexible workspaces

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If you click on this post, chances are you're now currently frantically on the search of that perfect Iftar event venue for your friends, family, coworkers, maybe even all three. Here at FlySpaces we truly understand that Jakarta can be overwhelming when it comes to choices on where to eat and hold an event; the price, size, food choice, possibilities to increase Instagram likes and/or Tinder matches, the list goes on. So let us do the research for you and hopefully you'll find your next Iftar place that is one of a kind, even that one aunt of yours would be impressed.

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What to Expect On Your First Day in a Coworking Space

May 10, 2019 3:10:09 PM / by Dee Shuhaida posted in Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Hong Kong, Singapore, Coworking Space, flexible workspaces, hot desking, affordable coworking space

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Common Ground, Mont Kiara

People may have heard of coworking spaces and their many benefits. But does anyone really know how your day will go when you work in one, especially when you've never stepped into one before?
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[CONTEST CLOSED] We're flying two lucky winners in Southeast Asia with the #GoPlaceswithFlySpaces Contest!

May 1, 2019 12:42:44 AM / by Jess Lat posted in Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Singapore, travel, bali, news and events, contest

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[UPDATE: CONTEST CLOSED] 

Thanks to everyone who joined! Stay tuned for more exciting things coming your way!


NOW BOARDING: Win a trip for 2 to a FlySpaces destination in Southeast Asia!

We know balancing work and life is at the forefront of your daily struggle. Even if you’re the most successful entrepreneur, industry disruptor, or daily grinder, you need a break. FlySpaces offers you the chance to win a free getaway from work and stress. And in case you still need to get some work done, we're offering Regional Passport for the winners, so you can truly work anywhere, anytime.

All you have to do is follow @flyspacesasia on Instagram, like the post where we give details on the contest mechanics, and tag who you'd like to go with in the comments. The contest is open to residents of Metro Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore.

Read our Terms and Conditions below before entering! Participation in the contest means that you agree to all of our Terms and Conditions. Afterwards, head on over to our Instagram @flyspacesasia and get the chance to win a free trip to paradise!

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. This contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram.
  2. Eligibility. This contest is open to everybody aged 18+ who are residents of Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Singapore. However, FlySpaces employees and their immediate family members are excluded, as well as influencers/key opinions leaders with whom we have made agreements to promote the giveaway.
  3. No Purchase Required. No purchase or other consideration is required to join the contest. Though this giveaway is open to FlySpaces' clients, their status as a client does not add to their chances of winning, as winner selection will be completely random.
  4. Prize and Limitations.
    1. Prize includes plane tickets for two (2) to winner's choice of destination among the countries where FlySpaces operates (Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore) + Regional Passport for the winners, which enables them to try out coworking spaces all over the region.
    2. Limit of USD190 per round trip ticket per person. Travel period: June - Oct 2019. Any other fees to be incurred or documents necessary for the trip (travel documents, accommodations, travel taxes, insurance, etc.) shall be the responsibility of the winner.
    3. Prizes are non-transferrable and cannot be converted to cash. 
  5. Mechanics. Participant must be following @flyspacesasia in order to be considered. They must like the main contest post (the video at the top of @flyspacesasia 's Instagram page, the sole post where we input the mechanics); in the comments, they must tag the person they'd like to go with. The person tagged must also be following @flyspacesasia on Instagram, and they must be a real account. Furthermore, multiple entries (in the form of multiple comments) are allowed. However, entrant must tag different friends in different comments in order for their entries to count.
  6. Duration. The contest will be from May 1, 2019 - May 22, 2019, 11:59PM Philippine Time. Only entries made within this duration will be counted, unless the contest duration is otherwise changed.
  7. Choosing the winner. Winner will be chosen at random. We will announce the winner the week after the contest closes.
  8. Participation means Agreement to Terms and Conditions. By entering, participants agree to the full Terms and Conditions as stated here.
  9. Providing information. By entering, entrants and their friends/colleagues/"travel buddies" may be asked to provide information, including but not limited to their name and email address. This data will be used by FlySpaces and will not be given to any other party without prior consent from the entrant/"buddy". Information from the winners will be used to coordinate on matters regarding the contest and details on the prize. FlySpaces may also give the entrant an option to receive updates, promotions, and newsletters from FlySpaces.
  10. Privacy Policy. Any information entrants may provide, whether by default via their entry or given freely at the request of FlySpaces, will be used in conjunction with the following Privacy Policy found at https://flyspaces.com/privacy-policy.
  11. Canceling/Modifying Terms and Conditions. FlySpaces has the right to cancel or modify these Terms and Conditions in light of circumstances and events beyond its control. FlySpaces will notify entrants as soon as possible of any changes made.
  12. Canceling the Contest due to unforeseeable events. FlySpaces has the right to cancel this contest following any events outside of FlySpaces’ control that would make cancelling the contest necessary.

 

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The Most Accessible Offices in Jakarta with the MRT

Mar 22, 2019 5:32:59 PM / by Michael Wu Gunawan posted in Jakarta, Coworking Space, serviced office, flexible workspaces, MRT Jakarta, commute

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The wait is (almost) over! After 6 (grueling) years of constructing the MRT - a project that began in 2013, Jakarta is finally ready to launch their first major transportation breakthrough. Inhabiting approximately 30 million people, (Greater) Jakarta is the most populous city in Southeast Asia and a solution to the infamous traffic honestly could not come any sooner. With the option of taking the MRT, the road along the main commercial areas where the restaurants and shopping malls are would be less congested. The MRT route is set to also include major business districts in the city meaning many offices buildings around the area will receive that much needed accessibility, easing the everyday commuters journey to and from the the workplace.

This article will discuss in detail about the MRT as well as top serviced offices and coworking spaces that will benefit from it.

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Save Money in Jakarta With Cashback and Mobile Apps

Mar 15, 2019 4:25:51 PM / by Michael Wu Gunawan posted in Jakarta, tips, work-life balance, guide, tech startups, industry insights, Mobile Apps, emoney, fintech, lifestyle

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Bank regulations, creditworthiness, and geographical challenges of an archipelago have strongly contributed to limited access to banking solutions in Indonesia. A staggering 66% of the population, or around 180 million Indonesians, are unbanked. Yet, there are many ways to engage the unbanked, like creating an alternative credit scoring system or digitizing private sector wage payments, but what took the center stage is e-money (electronic money). e-money is great because it's a very convenient way to top up, particularly for people living in the rural areas, it doesn't require a bank account to setup, and there's no monthly fee attached that's typically seen in banks. With a high mobile penetration rate among the unbanked (7 out of 10 people who don't own a bank account owns a mobile phone) and low usage of financial services among smartphone users in the country (less than 40%), Indonesia is a very attractive market for fintech (financial technology) companies to come in and provide alternative digital banking solutions and other services. Needless to say, entrepreneurs, banks, and conglomerates caught on pretty quickly and competition in the industry has become very intense, very quickly. Currently, there are over 100 apps more or less with an e-money/e-wallet concept in the market.

While they're fighting for market dominance, end consumers are reaping the benefits. Just by being informed and tech-savvy, you can exploit and leverage it to help you make the most out of your money! There are also other extremely practical apps that can potentially help you to save big on dining, entertainment, and fitness options in Jakarta that will be discussed further below.

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The Golden Triangle of Jakarta: Your Guide to Work-Life Balance

Feb 27, 2019 11:07:19 AM / by Michael Wu Gunawan posted in Jakarta, Coworking Space, work-life balance, guide, city guide, entertainment

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Golden Triangle of Jakarta or Segitiga Emas Jakarta is an area extending from Central Jakarta to South Jakarta. This imaginary area is enclosed within 3 main roads of Jakarta that form each side the triangle; Jalan Jenderal Sudirman/Thamrin, Jalan Gatot Subroto, and Jalan H.R. Rasuna Said/Kuningan. The Golden Triangle makes up the center of Jakarta and coincidentally also the main Central Business District (CBD) in the city. Aside from the skyscrapers and offices, the most prestigious shopping malls in Indonesia are also located within this area, making it the busiest region in the city and consequently also the most congested area in regards to the traffic. Discover everything you need to know as a professional working in Jakarta's Golden Triangle including the best dining options, fitness corners, bars, and other neat tips for ideal work-life balance!

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8 Tips to Conduct An Effective Training Session

Feb 8, 2019 5:55:19 PM / by Dee Shuhaida posted in Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Hong Kong, Singapore, Meeting Room, venue, Training Room, flexible workspaces

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We've all been there - caught in a chilly, windowless training room with other participants, tuning in to some moderator ramble on about who knows what. As you've presumably accumulated from that poor soul, it's not always easy to lead trainings, meetings, or conferences. Truth be told, it tends to be a difficult task to keep the crowd engaged (and alert) while covering all the vital information.

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