- 2D1N stay for 1 for $82 (up to $168 value)
Hotel at a glance
Charming in-coming guests with pointed rooftops unique to traditional Indonesian architecture, the Aston Tanjung Pinang Hotel aims to lavish travellers within its four-star establishment throughout their stay at the island of Bintan. The hotel’s interiors set a pleasant contrast between its external structure, decorated in contemporary trappings to suit the discerning businessman and leisure-seeker alike providing professional services like meeting facilities to hold large scale corporate events with a balance of pleasurable amenities such as its outdoor swimming pool, a karaoke lounge, and a range of eateries serving both local and continental cuisines.
- Tanah Merah, Singapore to Bintan:
- Departure: 8.40am / 9.15am (GMT +8)
- Bintan to Tanah Merah, Singapore:
- Departure: 5pm / 5.30pm (GMT +7)
Schedule for reference only, subject to change and availability.
- 23sqm room
- Queen or twin bedding
- Max. occupancy: 3 adults OR 2 adults and 1 child aged 12 and below per room. 3rd guest subject to additional charges.
- 4 restaurants and bars
- Karaoke lounge
- Massage services
- Swimming pool
- Meeting facilities
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
Add-ons (payable to PT BEST BATAM TOUR & TRAVEL)
- Twin-sharing: 1 Groupon per person
Bintan Island, Indonesia: What to see and do
A tropical paradise an hour away from Singapore, Bintan Island is where nature exists in harmony with the island’s history and the local culture. Let the gentle sea breeze and sounds of the sea envelop you with serenity as your feet sink into the fine sands of the beach. Inject some fun into your day with water sports like kayaking, snorkelling, and scuba diving. Holidaymakers may go island-hopping from the port at Tanjung Pinang, while golfers can improve their game at one of the five golf courses on the island, designed to harmonise with the natural scenery.
Charter a taxi or rent a car to take you to the town of Senggarang, which houses temples that date back hundreds of years, built by the Chinese people that settled here. Visit the 300-year old Sun Te Kong temple that honours the God of Fire and the Banyan Tree Temple, wrapped by the roots of the towering Banyan tree. After a day of exploration, head to the coastal area to dine in one of the seafood restaurants perched on stilts, where you can feast on gong gong, chilli crabs, drunken prawns, and steamed fish while enjoying a view of the open sea.