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Bintan Island is the largest in the Riau Archipelago, a cluster of nearly 3,000 islands just off the coast of Singapore. Visit this scenic island to enjoy the tropical weather, sandy beaches, fascinating marketplaces and delicious local cuisine.
Begin your visit in Tanjung Pinang, the capital of the Riau Islands. This bustling city is a hub of Malay music and dance. The market here is a perfect place to purchase local handicrafts, such as hand-carved wooden keepsakes or Indonesian textiles. Be sure to try a piece of Thousand Layer Cake, a decadent local specialty.
Bintan Resorts is the island’s main attraction. Stretching nearly 2,428 hectares (6,000 acres) along the north of the island, the area takes up the entire South China Sea coastline. This family-oriented destination is comprised of several independent resorts. Enjoy an all-inclusive experience and the activities that the resorts offer, from relaxing on white-sand beaches to taking a scuba lesson. There are also several good restaurants and an exciting nightlife.
If you want to enjoy the beaches without the crowds, head to the eastern side of Bintan. Here, the four beaches at Trikora are ideal for trying windsurfing or enjoying a serene picnic. Amenities are scarce here, but Beach Four connects to Bintan Resorts and all its facilities.
Although Bintan Island is generally safe, Bintan Resorts is separated from the rest of the island by checkpoints monitored by armed guards. This part of the island and its industrial development contrast with the pristine white beaches presented by the resort.
Explore the island’s natural beauty at Gunung Bintan Peak. Trek through tropical rainforest as you climb mountain trails. Several small villages at the mountain’s base offer refreshments.
Although there is a small airport on the island, several ferry lines with frequent departures make it easy to get to surrounding islands and cities.
Friendly staff, well maintained room, love the glamping concept. Breakfast is at Marine Cafe. It's not a buffet-style breakfast, but we get to choose our breakfast set from the menu. Lunch & dinner will be at Compass Ross Restaurant. The F&B manager was extremely friendly and made sure our orders ...
The staff was always courteous and ready to help with anything. They remembered the children names and called them accordingly.
Beautiful location, good management of common services, but opportunity on cleaning and room management
Angsana is a wonderful resort to visit if you are looking for a quick getaway from SG. The property is great, the beach lovely, and the staff are very nice. We will definitely return!
If you need a place to relax and unwind this is the place to go. The staff is excellent with their generous smiles, professionalism, attention to visitors and quick work. They sorted out bath tub issue in 15min. The facilities are excellent, the place is well maintained and beautiful with lush green ...
Hotel is new and relatively clean. Beach is awesome and sand is fine. However communication of Hotel staffs should be improved. For eg we made enquiry on shuttle bus to lagoi bay and one of the staff mentioned the timing to us and that we should gather at Angsana lobby without advising that reservation ...
The property is very well maintained, the food is excellent and there are a lot of possible activities that can be made. Personnel is lovely. However prices of whatever is sold within are (just my standpoint of course) too high (e.g. food, items at the mini-market and activities). The traveller should ...
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