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Batam/Bintan/Galang/Abang Islands

4D 3N

Day 01 Batam Shopping/Beaches (-)

Upon arrival at Batam harbour or airport, meet and greet our representative, pick you up and transfer you to your hotel. If arrival is in the  afternoon,check in, refresh and relax. If early arrival, drop off your luggage at the hotel storage and head out to explore Batam. 

Batam is an island and city in Indonesia’s Riau Islands, once a tourist backwater but now experiencing a boom in industry and tourism. The city administrative area covers three main islands of Batam, Rempang, and Galang (collectively called Barelang), as well as several small islands. Batam Island is the core urban and industrial zone, while both Rempang Island and Galang Island maintain their rural character and are connected to Batam Island by short bridges. It is the largest city in the province of Riau Islands, Indonesia, and an industrial boomtown, an emerging transport hub, and part of a free trade zone in the Indonesia. 

There is a direct ferry departing from Berjaya Waterfront Ferry Terminal Johor Bahru and arriving at Batam Centre. Services depart every four hours, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 1h 30m. The distance between Johor Bahru and Batam is 46 km. The best way to get from Johor Bahru to Batam without a car is to take a ferry which takes 1hr 30mins and from Singapore, it is just 20km and around 40 minutes by speedboat.

Start your tour by exploring the city’s shopping malls. A good place to start is Batam’s largest mall, Nagoya Hill. Pick up a great discount on anything you can think of here, from clothes to electronics. Have lunch at the mall and next hit the beach.

Check out one of Batam’s beaches, another of the island’s major draws. The most accessible beaches are in the Waterfront area, where you can enjoy a range of water sports. These include fishing, water skiing and jet skiing, as well as things like go-karting and bowling back on dry land. If you fancy something quieter, head to Melur Beach on Galang Island, connected to Batam by the Balerang road bridge. This is pretty and peaceful and one of the few nice beaches not owned by a resort.

Day 02 Temples/Nighclubs/Spa (B)

After breakfast, visit Batam’s peaceful temples, and soak up the peaceful atmosphere. The island is home to Buddhist and Hindu temples, many of which are very beautiful. The most famous is probably Tua Pek Kong, a beautiful Buddhist temple in the traditional Chinese style and it is the oldest Buddhist temple, opened in 1986 and still looks brand new. Unusually for a temple, you can pick up a bite to eat here – there’s cute vegetarian buns on offer to visitors in the shape of animals.

Next take in the sunset at Barelang Bridge, after tramping round Batam’s temples, you should check out the beautiful sunset at Barelang Bridge. The set of six bridges, is an engineering marvel and a Batam landmark. It connects the main island with several smaller islands to the south, which were developed as part of Batam’s tourism boom. This is a lovely place to watch the sun go down over Batam and the surrounding islands.

Don't miss the city’s legendary nightlife in Nagoya’s nightclubs. The Nagoya area is chock full of bars and clubs where you can dance the night away. Some of the most popularclubs and bars, where you can enjoy a good range of beers, Jungle Bar,and varieties of food.

Having worked up a sweat with all those activities yesterday and today, it's time to soothe those aching muscles. Bantam is famous for its spas, which, once again, deliver quality and at a reduced cost. The highly rated Majesty Massage and Spa offers a range of massages, hot stone treatments, ear candle therapies and much more before the day ends. Transfer to hotel and Overnight in Batam.

Day 03 Bintan Island/Galang Island/Abang Island (B)

After breakfast, proceed for the selected nearby smaller Islands for the day. Bintan has beautiful beaches, good bars and some historic temples. Galang Island, as mentioned above, has pleasant beaches. It also has a unique and interesting history as a former sanctuary for Vietnamese refugees. Another popular spot is Abang Island, which offers fantastic diving – the snorkelling is great, too.

Another thing not to be missed while you’re still here is a delicious seafood lunch and enjoy a fantastic seafood. Indonesia, the world’s largest island chain, is fantastic for seafood, and Batam is no different. There are lots of high-end restaurants where you can find delicious seafood at great prices. Sei Anam is considered the best seafood and be sure to try the chilli crab and the prawns.

Use your remaining time to pick up some last-minute souvenirs. If you’ve already visited Nagoya Hill, check out Batam City Square (BCS), a great place to pick up designer clothes at low prices. You’ll also find electronics stores, bookshops, and delicious Indonesian restaurants. Have dinner and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Batam.

Day 04 Bintan Island/Galang Island/Abang Island (B)

After breakfast, check out and transfer to Ferry or Airport according to customer's request for the onward destination.

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