Let’s Witness the Enchanting Beauty of Pulau Bintan!

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High-end hotels, school camps, luxury vacations—these come to mind whenever someone mentions the beautiful Bintan Island. This very accessible piece of land is a good place to lay low and discover new things once you venture out from typical vacations! Here’s how!

Must-See Sights

1. Bintan Golf Club

 

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There are three golf clubs in Bintan Island each with very distinct and spectacular views. You can choose between Woodlands Course, Sea View Course, and Ria Bintan Golf Club. Swing to victory while enjoying the relaxing views!

2. Mount Bintan

 

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Mount Bintan is suitable hiking site for beginners. The summit offers breathtaking views of the forest and even see rare local animals on site! There’s also a waterfall inside this mountain where you can dip and relax before going down.

3. Mangrove Tour Bintan

 

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See the rich ecological surroundings of Bintan by joining the mangrove tour. Here you can see the animals in their natural habitat and be mesmerized by the beauty of nature.

Must-Eat foods

1. Gong Gong

 

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This type of snail grows in the waters of Bintan and Batam. It is a special snack here eaten with some spicy sauces!

2. Otak Otak

 

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Can you say no to a plate of uniquely delicious Otak-Otak? This Malaysian dish is a grilled fish cake made of sumptuous meat with traditional spices. It is usually wrapped with a banana leaf that gives a unique and delicious flavor and aroma to the cake.

3. Nasi Padang

 

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Nasi Padang is a Malay-style dish serve ideally with sotong, fried chicken, grilled fish and more.

4. Indonesian snacks

 

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Bintan is almost adjacent to Malaysia that’s why their snacks are close to ours!

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