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Exploring Bintan

Bintan Island is rapidly developing as one of Indonesia’s foremost tourism destinations. Visitors come for its combination of great beaches, exotic landscapes, rich heritage and a range of leisure activities that includes high-end golf courses, eco-tours and water sports. Recent improvements to its infrastructure have been: an airport, seafront condominiums, a marina for yachts and more nightlife venues.

Accommodation in Bintan

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular accommodation in Bintan is the The Sanchaya, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended The Residence Bintan in Bintan as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Bintan

- Trikora Beach

The area known as Trikora comprises four beaches. It lies on the eastern coast of the island around 45kms to the northeast of Tanjung Pinang. There are some small hotels and a luxury resort, the Sahid Bintan Beach Resort. To experience some beaches a little more off the beaten track, check out those around Sumpat on the northwest coast.

- Penyengat Island

A mere 15-minute boat ride away from Tanjung Pinang lies the island of Penyengat. In the 1800s it was the seat of government of the Riau-Johor Sultanate and as a result it contains quite a number of historical sites. The Masjid Raya and the monument to Raja Ali Haji which measures 28m in height are the most notable among these.

Transportation in Bintan

Siem Reap International Airport hosts flights from most Asian air hubs, including Bangkok, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, and Beijing, as well as from Frankfurt. Set on the outskirts of the city, the airport is due to be replaced in the future by a brand new facility some 60kms away. Transportation from the airport is by inexpensive taxis, bookable on arrival, or by even cheaper motorised rickshaws, and most hotels offer shuttle buses for those who book in advance. Getting around Siem Reap is by rickshaw, taxi, or hired car with a driver, a good option if you are planning to explore the area as well as visit Angkor.