In the southeast of the island, Kabil marks the site of a major deep-water port already under construction. When completed, the Asia Port will accommodate ships of up to 150,000 DTW with a total wharf length of 5,000 meters. Together with its free trade zone status, Asia Port makes an attractive shipping proposition and is already drawing interested responses. Presently, lighter shipping berth at Batu Ampar and Sekupang ports in the north. Speedboats may be hired here for our transfer to neighboring Bintan Island. Nearby, in direct contrast to the heavy industrialization is Telaga Punggur, offering a taste of old Batam. In the midst of a quaint fishing village are several more seafood restaurants, it is easy to while away several delightful hours here, eating and watching the passing parade of sampans and fishing craft as they go about their business.
Tanjung Uban Tanjung Uban is a town districts in Bintan, Riau Islands Province. The city is also included in Bintan Island which has a sea port for expedition ships and pioneer passenger ships belonging to PT. Pelni. Kota Tanjung Uban … Continue reading
Lagoi beach is located in North Bintan sub-district, Bintan, Riau Islands province. This beach is majestically beautiful and have the same value as other beaches in Bali or Lombok. By the beauty inside the beach, there are foreigners coming along … Continue reading
Tokong Nanas Island Tokong Nanas island is one of the outermost island in Indonesian that located in Natuna islands and part of South China ocean that bordered with Malaysia. Administratively, this island is part of Natuna regency, Riau Archipelago. This … Continue reading
Small Subi Island Subi Kecil or Small Subi island is included in the cluster of South Natuna Island. The island is quite wide with white sand and rocks on the edge of the beach. Most of the land is planted … Continue reading