Flanked by three major ports, namely Harbour Bay (Jodoh), Batam Centre, Nongsapura, Sekupang and Waterfront City (Teluk Senimba), The Government of Indonesia (GOI) started developing Batam as a Bounded Ware House to attract Direct Foreign Investment due to its strategic location in 1971. An increasing scarcity of land in Singapore made Batam an even more attractive option for economic development in the decades after. Eventually, declaring Batam as a Free Trade Zone area for the whole island covering 410 square km in 2006 bridged by the Rempang and Galang islands.
If you’re seeking white sand, spectacular diving, frothing hot springs and hidden traditional villages, Nusa Tenggara is your wonderland. Spreading west from the Wallace Line dividing Asia.
Located in Sei Panas, Batam, the Maha Vihara Dta Maitreya is the biggest temple in Southeast Asia. Built in 1991, on a land area of 4.5 hectres, the monastery houses a colosseum of Buddha statues scattered across the five buildings.
There are many diving spots around Nusa Lembongan, but nothing beats Ceningan Channel, a diving spot located between the Lembongan and Ceningan Islands, of the underwater Buddhist artifacts.
A quaint city with an abundance of breathtaking sights and rich heritage, Malacca is easy to get around on foot or trishaw to explore the many places that make it unique.
Explore Bengkulu holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | A real hidden gem, the quiet provincial capital of Bengkulu is quite possibly the nicest city in Sumatra, the beach is kept clean by locals.
Designed by Max Wexler from Australia. The Golf courses has 18 of holes with distance 6,225 m Bluetees and 5,735 m for Whitetees. The greens are Bermuda tifdwarf and fairways Serangoon with green speed 8-9. Batam Hills Golf Resort complete with several elegant & private meeting rooms for meetings & gatherings. the Batam Hills Golf Resort Lounge has a beautiful course view to compliment your dining experince.
Kepri Mall is one of the biggest shopping malls in Batam. Strategically located within the intersections of Batam’s 4 most major roads intersect. Pathed to connect Nagoya, Batam Center, Mukaning and Hang Nadim Airport.
Nongsa Village is a private community of 100 traditional Indonesian wooden villas nestled amongst lush tropical vegetation along the northern coast of Nagoya (Batam’s main city).
Sea Forest Adventure Batam is an integrated 10 hectare recreational area designed to be Batam’s new family leisure and edu-tainment destination focusing on survival science, nature, and outdoor activities by offering international standard activities and facilities.
Furthermore, its location in batam, an island sitting just a stone’s throw away from Singapore, provides Sea Forest Adventure Batam with unrivaled access from many neighboring countries. Sea Forest Adventure Batam position in the middle point of three countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore), provide this International acclaimed destination with exceptional access: a more 15 minutes ride by car from the airport or a 30 minutes ferry journey from Singapore.