2D1N Tanjung Pinang Relaxing Tour Package
Package Inclusions :
- 2 way ferry transfer Singapore – TG Pinang – Singapore by Wavemaster Ferry
- SIN PDF ($25/Pax)
- Guide & Driver Tips ($2/-)
- 2 way land transfer Tg Pinang Ferry Terminal – hotel – Tg Ferry Terminal
- Tg Pinang City Tour wz 1 Lunch
- Penyengat Island / Senggarang Island
- 1 night accommodation with breakfast (twin sharing room)
Comfort Hotel: SGD 195 nett/pax
Pelangi Hotel: SGD 195 nett/pax
Bintan Permata Resort: SGD 212 nett/pax
PLACES OF INTEREST
Tanjung Pinang, the largest port town in the Riau Archipelago, is located in a lee near the south of Bintan. It is a town not just steeped in Indonesian culture and traditions, but also offers an exotic mix of the old and the new.
Hugging the town foreshore are quaint villages of traditional wooden houses standing on stilts over the water. Just beyond the waterfront is the busy town itself, where motorcyles ply the streets and long rows of shops offer a wide variety of products.
The huge wet market that is usually teeming with people is definitely worth a visit. It is a true bargains galore for almost everything especially fresh seafood.
This small island, just 15 minutes away from Tanjung Pinang, was once the cultural capital of the Malays during the 18th century and offers plenty of colonial relics.
This old stilts settlement can be reached by a short sampan ride from Tanjung Pinang. Its attractions include interesting Buddhist temples, including an old temple caged by the roots of a large Banyan tree.
Located on the eastern shores of Bintan island, Trikora Beach is famous for its fascinating rock formations and clear pristine waters, which makes it an seaside ideal getaway.On the way to Trikora Beach, a worthwhile stopover is Kawal, the fishing centre of Bintan where fish auctions are held frequently.
|Tanjungpinang sea side
Tanjung Pinang city seaside is where the locals turn up in droves to appreciate the beautiful sunset. Just a few minutes walk away is Melayu Square, famous for its wide variety of traditional Melayu dishes.