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How To Go To Bintan



* From Jakarta

Flight from Jakarta (Soekarno Hatta) - Tanjung Pinang (Kijang) by Sriwijaya Air, Lion Air, Batavia Air.
Flight Schedule :

  1. Sriwijaya Air Daily Flight (Depart from Jakarta at 18.10 PM - Arrival at Tanjung Pinang at 19.35 PM) (Depart from Tanjung Pinang 07.00 AM - Jakarta 08.30 AM) 
  2. Lion Air Daily Flight : (Depart from Jakarta at 13.10 PM - Arrival at Tanjung Pinang at 14.40 PM) (Depart from Tanjung Pinang at 03.20 PM - Arrival at Jakarta at 04.40 PM)
  3. Garuda Air Daily Flight : (Depart from Jakarta at 05.20 AM - Arrival at Tanjung Pinang at 07.05 AM) (Depart from Tanjung Pinang at 07.45 PM - Arrival at Jakarta at 09.20 PM)  

 

 

* From Batam

There is many ferry awaiting. Every fifteen minutes,from 070 WIB to 1830 WIB daily. From Punggur Ferry Terminal, Batam to Sri Bintan Pura Ferry Terminal, Tanjungpinang. And it takes about an hour only. Ferry Operator like MV SENTOSA or MV BARUNA it cost about Rp. 110.000 for two ways including all taxes. 

MV Baruna

MV Sentosa

 * From Singapore

Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal is the departure terminal, if you are from Singapore there are two destination can reach Bintan. The first one is to Bandar Bentan Telani Ferry Terminal at Lagoi (Bintan Resort or north side of bintan) this journey takes about 1 hour to reach Bintan and another one is Sri Bintan Pura Ferry Terminal at Tanjung Pinang (west side of bintan), this one take about 2 hours to reach bintan. They are two different side.

# The Ferry Operator for Bandar Bentan Telani :

- Bintan Resort Ferry and the schedule :


 Mondays - Fridays
From Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal
(Singapore Time)

From Bandar BentanTelani
(Bintan Time*)
0910

1110

1400
  
0935

1135
  
1435
1700

2000


  
1735

2015



 
  Saturdays to Sundays (including Public Holidays)
From Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal
(Singapore Time)

From Bandar BentanTelani
(Bintan Time*)
0810

0910*

1110

0835

0935*
  
1135
1210

1400

1700

1435
  
1535

1735
       2000 





2015




Saturdays only Important * All timings shown in local time * Bintan is one hour behind Singapore Time * Public Holiday schedule will not be applied if it falls on a Friday * Additional trips may be scheduled for peak holiday season. For enquiries, please contact our HelpDesk at +65 6542 4369  

# The Ferry Operator for Sri Bintan Pura :

- Sindo Ferry the schedule is as below :

 Mondays - Fridays
From Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal
(Singapore Time)

From Sri Bintan Pura
(Bintan Time)
08:40
12:30
18:20


  
7:00

14:00
 
18:00











 
  Saturdays to Sundays (including Public Holidays)
From Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal
(Singapore Time)

From Sri Bintan Pura
(Bintan Time)
08:40
10:20
14:40
18:20

7:00
10:00
14:00
18:00 



- Wave Master the schedule is as below :


 Mondays - Fridays
From Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal
(Singapore Time)

From Sri Bintan Pura
(Bintan Time)
9:15
13:50
17:50


  
07:30

10:30
 16:30












 
  Saturdays to Sundays (including Public Holidays)
From Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal
(Singapore Time)

From Sri Bintan Pura
(Bintan Time)
9:15
11:30
13:50
17:50

07:30
10:30
13:30
  
17:30


Please make sure that your passport validity is more than 6 months from your travel date.


* From Johor Bahru - Malaysia

You may also take a direct ferry from Johor Bahru, Malaysia to Bintan Island. From The Zon - Stulang Laut International Ferry Terminal, you can get a way to Tanjungpinang Sri Bintan Pura Ferry Terminal.
Duration: 165 minutes
 

Everyday
From The ZON Terminal
(Malaysia Time)

From Sri Bintan Pura
(Bintan Time)
9:15

11:00

13:00
  
7:00

8:00
  
10:00
15:00

       17:30


13:00

15:30




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