Tanjung Pinang, Tanjung Pinang City, Riau Islands, Indonesia
Tugu NOMEDView on map
Jalan Bayangkara, Indonesia
Taman Tepi LautView on map
Jl. Ketapang, Tanjungpinang Bar., Tanjung Pinang, Kepulauan Riau, Indonesia
Museum Raja Ali HajiView on map
Penyengat Island, Penyengat, Riau Islands, Indonesia
Penyengat Island, 6 kilometers away from Tanjung Pinang, can be reached in 15 minutes by sampan boat. The seat of the powerful Bugis descended viceroys of Riau during the 18th century. The oldest ruler's palace and royal tombs, among them the grave of the book respected Sultan Haji, author of the first Malay language grammar book among the legacies left by the Riau sultanate.The old mosque, Mesjid Raya, is still in use. A cultural center is also newly built for performances of Malay music and dance. At the west end of the island there is an impressive stone fort, built by Raja Haji to fend off Dutch attacks.
Desa Malang Rapat, Bintan Timur
Trikora beach is a beach located in the village of Malang Rapat , District of Mount Deer , or about 45 kilometers east of the center of the city of Tanjung Pinang . Trikora beach offers an atmosphere and natural beauty is so captivating . This beach has a coastline of 25 kilometers which is overgrown by coconut trees and mangroves . Exoticism this beach complete with sand beaches are quite soft and pure white combined with natural decorations are quite beautiful the collection of large stones are arranged naturally in coastal areas .
Teluk Bakau, Kabupaten Bintan, Riau Islands, Indonesia
White Sand Island ( Pulau Beralas) has become one of the most popular attractions in Bintan. It has a refreshing and soothing ambiance where you can experience a stress free vacation. Here you will surely enjoy seeing an amazing view of the perfectly white sand and the waves of the blue sea. It can be reach in 1 hour by car from Tanjungpinang
Banyan Tree Temple
The Banyan Tree Temple is a Chinese shrine worshipped by locals. The shrine is a new development although probably decades old and occupies an older building said to be 200 years ago. The temple structure is wrapped and held together by the roots of a banyan tree hence its name Banyan Tree temple
Maitri Graha Air Raja Tanjungpinang Timur Kepulauan Riau, Indonesia
Vihara Avalokitesvara Graha (Guan Yin Temple)
Vihara Avalokitesvara has a magnificent facility, listed on the Indonesian Record Museum. Vihara Tanjungpinang is the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia with an area of 10 hectares of land. A statue of Goddess Kuan Im (the figure is in sitting position with height of 16.8-meter) is placed inside the shrine, is claimed to be the biggest in Asia & become the symbol name of Avalokitesvara. The statue is made of brass coated with 22 carat gold.
Bintan Pesisir, Riau Islands, Indonesia
It is a stilt house the fisherman built for breeding or trapping of fish, some are built mainly for commercial use but, there are a few that offer stays on the 'Kelong'. Most of them are built away from the bustling town thus, it's a perfect getaway if you're looking for some peace and quiet. Fishing trip in the open sea can also be arrange with the operator. It's good way to explore and learn how the local do their fishing the 'Kelong' way
Jl Potong Lembu
PSP Street Food ( Akau Potong Lembu )
Akau Potong Lembu (PSP Street Food) is one of the most actractive destinations in Bintan Island. It is famous for Chinese and Indonesian food. Takes only 10 minutes from the hotel. A great place for an authentic Indonesian eating experience. A good selection of local seafood at very reasonable prices. It was also possible to order vegetarian food.
Jl. Wiratno, Kampung Baru, Riau Islands, Indonesia
Ramayana is the biggest shopping centre in Tanjungpinang. Things like fashion, stationeries, amusement centre, handphone accesories, digital printing, fast food, cosmetics are offered here.