- Stay with tour for 1 for $35 (up to $108 value)
- Free and easy stay for 1 for $40 (up to $118 value)
- Stay with tour and activities for $45 (up to $128 value)
Hotel at a glance
A simplistic monochromatic facade opens up into the lobby’s rich hues of amber, burnt sienna, and oak, its marble-trimmed lift bearing guests up to rooms of a minimalistic stance. The hotel’s fortuitous dwelling in the heart of Nagoya means that the locale’s biggest and busiest shopping mall lies only a few minutes away, pleasing retail therapy seekers and bargain hunters.
Singapore to Batam
- Departure time: 8am / 9am (GMT +8)
Batam to Singapore
- Departure time: 2pm / 3pm (GMT +7)
Passengers must check in 90 minutes before departure. Schedule for reference only, subject to changes and availability.
- Max. occupancy: 2 guests per room
- 24-hour security
- Internet hotspot
Batam, Indonesia: What to see and do
Located approximately 20 kilometres away from Singapore, Batam is part of the Riau Archipelago that stretches from the east of Sumatra to the south of Singapore, providing travellers with a quick weekend getaway within the convenience of the city. The island is a free trade zone teeming with duty-free shopping opportunities, and many of its malls are located in Nagoya, the main commercial district in Batam. Nagoya Hill is the crowning glory of the town, a three-storey development that has a mix of retail shopping, dining outlets, and a cinema on the top floor. Look out for international brands like Ralph Lauren, Ann Klein, and Tommy Hilfiger, as well as a number of shops selling local goods such as batik fabric, handicrafts, and kueh lapis.
You can hire a taxi to drive you around the island, which also boasts six golf courses, tropical beaches with watersports, and the Batam Miniature Park that features replicas of traditional houses unique to different provinces within Indonesia. Keep an eye out for the iconic structure of the Barelang Bridges that connect Batam to its neighbouring islands, a popular place for sightseeing and photography. After a day of exploration, refuel at one of the waterfront restaurants perched on stilts – also known as kelong – that serve fresh seafood like chilli crabs, sweet and sour king prawns, and gong gong, a type of sea snail typically found around the waters of the Riau Archipelago, accompanied by sips of refreshing coconut water straight from the fruit.