Ferry Ticket From Singapore to Bintan
Bintan Island is the largest of the Riau archipelago in Indonesia and boasts 11 miles of gorgeous sandy beaches along with a wealth of historical and cultural sights. A bevy of outdoor excursions also wait for the eager traveler with snorkeling, diving and trekking just being the tip of the iceberg.
One of the best ways to experience Bintan’s history and culture is by visiting the Senggarang Village. Despite being a small island, it played a pivotal role in South East Asian history. Shopaholics will go gaga over the incredible selection of souvenirs and affordable local crafts at the bargain shopping mecca of Tanjung Pinang.
Love golf or simply want to spend your time partying and bumming by the beach? Bintan has dozens of amazing resorts and clubs to visit. The island is also one of the most popular golf destinations nearby Singapore with spectacular 27-hole golf courses designed the best in the business.
Don’t forget to capitalize on the cheap and abundant fresh seafood on Bintan Island. From succulent lobsters and prawns to freshly caught fish and crabs, each mouthful delivers delectable taste of Indonesian cuisine coupled with the ocean’s bounty.
With Bintan Island situated a mere 30 miles away from Singapore, a short 45-minute ferry ride will transport you from the city’s fast paced urban environment to the white sandy beaches and relaxing crystal clear waters of Indonesia.
Ferries to Bintan Island depart from Singapore Tanah Merah Terminal and arrive in the Bandar Bentan Telani Terminal of Bintan Island. The route is serviced by the Bintan Resort Ferries with 5 trips leaving daily. You can choose between two trips in the morning, two trips in the afternoon and one trip in the evening depending on your needs and personal schedule.
As a precaution, it’s always good practice to be at the terminal at least one hour prior to departure. After all, you don’t want to make all those reservations for activities and accommodations only to miss your boat, right? To save yourself the trouble of waiting in line and being at risk of running out of seats, book your ticket online at www.easybook.com.