Enjoy an easy and comfortable ferry transfer between Singapore and the Bintan Island resort area with this ferry transfer operated by Bintan Resorts Ferries. Pre-book your tickets online today with Klook to save time and money. Multiple sailings are offered daily, with different price tiers for peak and off-peak days. You’ll also have the option to upgrade to emerald class, which offers better seats, lounge access at both terminals, and additional services. With this ferry, you’ll be able to save time when you arrive at Bintan by arriving in Lagoi Bay, close to the resorts, so you can start your getaway faster!
Get around Bintan Island with a private wagon and driver. This charter service will allow you to explore the island and plan your own itinerary for the day so you can travel at your own pace. Choose from a variety of vehicle models that can accommodate different group sizes (up to 25 people!). Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation and take you anywhere you want for the whole day (8 hours). In addition, you can hire a Chinese/English speaking guide to accompany you so you can learn more about Bintan Island and all the places to see nearby.
Discover the real Bintan with this tour to Senggarang Water Village, a floating settlement built upon the sea. Your trip will begin with a transfer from your accommodation to the engaged port of Tanjung Pinang, passing by scenes of local life in Bintan. At Tanjung Pinang, you’ll board a water taxi to Senggarang Village, one of the oldest Chinese settlements in Bintan. This village hosts two of the oldest temples on the island, one dedicated to the seafaring ancestors of the local Chinese community and the other to an ancient banyan tree located near the community. Back at Tanjung Pinang, you'll enjoy an Indonesian set lunch at a restaurant and have a chance to browse through the local markets for some fresh fruit and dried seafood. Relax with an optional massage at a local spa before heading back.
Discover the heritage of the former Riau Kingdom that once ruled their namesake islands and large parts of modern day Indonesia, Singapore, and Southern Malaysia. Your tour will start with a transfer from your hotel/accommodation to the pier, where you’ll board a boat with your guide to cross over to Penyengat Island. Once on the island, you’ll hop on a baechak (similar to a tuk tuk) with your guide and head around the island to see the sights. Penyengat Island has a rich cultural history as the former home of the Riau royal family and many sites are currently being nominated for UNESCO World Heritage status. You’ll visit the former palaces of the Riau Kingdom, the Royal Mosque, the former forts of the invading Dutch, and many other interesting sites on the island. Finish off the day with a Indonesian set lunch at a local restaurant, then you’ll be able to enjoy a 60 min traditional massage at a local spa if you opted for this package.