Bintan Island is part of Indonesia's Riau Archipelago in the South China Sea. A short boat ride from Singapore, its northern Lagoi area is an upscale resort destination offering championship golf courses, private beaches and extensive water sports. The northeastern Trikora strip features less-developed beaches. To the south, the provincial capital, Tanjung Pinang, has Dutch colonial architecture and rich history as a trade port.
Accommodation in Bintan
Nestled atop a secluded bay of Bintan, the villas offer superb views of the South China Sea in the comfort of luxurious surroundings. Raised with stilts and set on hillsides, each of the villas features traditional Indonesian architecture and authentic local décor. Hike in a rainforest teeming with giant trees and lush life, hillside terrain, […]
Just 50 miles east of Singapore is Nikoi Island, a 37-acre private isle off the coast of Bintan fringed by powdery white-sand beaches. Its 15 Indonesian-inspired bungalows are constructed from driftwood and outfitted with built-in daybeds,stone-floored bathrooms, and thatch roofs. This is a boutique resort with a laid back feel that is far more private […]