Cuisine in Bintan

There are many things to do and see on the island and just a couple include Sebung Village for the freshest seafood at very reasonable prices and Penyengat Island just six kilometres from Tanjung Pinang.

It can be reached by sampan and was once the seat of the powerful Bugis, descended from the viceroys of Riau during the 18th century. Penyengat still bears the traces of its illustrious past and ruins, abandoned for almost 70 years, were recently restored.

Exploring Bintan

Perfect the active and not so active, the island has something for everyone. Recreational activities available are snorkelling, jet-skiing, canoeing, wind surfing, golfing, fishing, sailing and diving. Island hopping adventures and shopping or just walking along the white sandy beaches make it the perfect destination for all travellers.