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Bintan Lagoon Resort - Bintan Hotels

Bintan Lagoon Resort

Jalan Indera Segara Site A12, Bintan - Map
"Great relaxing break"
We had a great couple of days, not doing too much. Lounging by the pool, had a round of golf and a frolic at the beach.
Traveller from Sydney
Angsana Bintan - Bintan Hotels

Angsana Bintan

Jalan Teluk Berembang, Bintan - Map
4.0 out of 5 (285 reviews)
A 45-minute catamaran ride from Singapore, this Bintan Island resort is one km (one half-mile) from Laguna Bintan Golf …More
Nirwana Resort Hotel - Bintan Hotels

Nirwana Resort Hotel

Jalan Panglima Pantar, Bintan - Map
3.8 out of 5 (458 reviews)
Banyan Tree Bintan - Bintan Hotels

Banyan Tree Bintan

Jalan Teluk Berembang, Laguna Bintan, Bintan - Map
4.3 out of 5 (172 reviews)
Bintan Cabana Beach Resort - Bintan Hotels

Bintan Cabana Beach Resort

Jalan Pantai Trikora Km.46, Bintan - Map
3.5 out of 5 (16 reviews)
Bintan Agro Beach Resort & Spa - Bintan Hotels

Bintan Agro Beach Resort & Spa

Jl. Pantai Trikora Km.36 Teluk Bakau, Bintan - Map
3.2 out of 5 (14 reviews)
Bintan SpaVilla Beach Resort - Bintan Hotels

Bintan SpaVilla Beach Resort

1 Maritime Square #01-34, Bintan - Map
3.8 out of 5 (10 reviews)
The Sanchaya - Bintan Hotels

The Sanchaya

Jalan Gurindam Duabelas, Plot 5, Bintan - Map
5.0 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Nirwana Beach Club - Bintan Hotels

Nirwana Beach Club

Nirwana Gardens, Bintan Resorts, Bintan - Map
3.4 out of 5 (109 reviews)
Trikora Beach Club & Resort - Bintan Hotels

Trikora Beach Club & Resort

KM40 Desa Teluk Bakau, Bintan - Map
3.0 out of 5 (2 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Bintan

    The largest island in the Indonesian Riau archipelago is Bintan. It’s perfectly located close - but not too close - to Singapore and Batam Island, and you’ll be away from the busy city life and starting your beach holiday after a lovely ferry ride. Our range of Bintan hotels allows you to enjoy all of the islands wonders, its unspoiled natural beauty and sandy beaches.

    Staying in your Bintan hotel, you decide; a relaxing holiday, exploring the island or a combination of both! Take a boat ride and experience local life in the fishing villages, or visit the restored palace and royal tombs of Raja Ali on Penyengat Island. Explore the rainforest - make sure you watch out for monkeys and birds - as you walk up Bintan Mountain (340 meters) for truly spectacular views from the summit. Follow the local beliefs and stand under the waterfall for a ‘shower of blessings’ in the centre of the rainforest. The hilly terrains provide a great location for mountain biking and you’ll be rewarded with amazing views. Visit the Bintan Elephant Park, home to Sumatran elephants who will put on a great show for you. You will also be able to feed the elephants and learn more about their natural habitats. If you want to be spoilt, book into a spa for a massage or treatment; the hardest choice will be deciding what style of massage you would like. Visit the capital Tanjung Pinang and tour this friendly town where there is great shopping at the local houses and street vendors. Local handicrafts, ceramics, hand-made toys, clothing and antiques, and traditional local snacks are on display, as well as many restaurants for you to choose from.

    The breathtaking underwater scenery makes Bintan the perfect location for snorkelling and scuba diving. You’ll see rays, reef sharks, giant cuttlefish, corals and many colourful fish. The most popular diving spots are Sandy Bay, Maoi Island and Mapor Island. A wide variety of water sports are also available; windsurfing, kayaking, fishing, sailing and jet skiing and surfing (November to March when the big waves arrive). The islands varied landscapes provide for many challenging golf games on the international courses. Backdrops of lush forests and blue ocean waters are perfect surroundings for a game or two of golf.

    We also have an Indonesian hotel for you, if you are looking to travel elsewhere in Indonesia.

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