|Resort Name||Nirwana Gardens|
|Address||Jalan Panglima Pantar, Lagoi 29155 Bintan Resorts, Indonesia|
|Getting There||Via a 55-minute ride on fast speed catamaran from Singapore’s Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, followed by a short land transfer from Bandar Bentan Telani Ferry Terminal to the resort;
Domestic flight from Jakarta to Tanjung Pinang, followed by land transfer to the resort of approx. 1 hour;
Speedboat service from Batam to Tanjung Uban, followed by land transfer to the resort of approx. 45 minutes. (More details)
|Singapore Toll Fee: (65) 6323 6636
Phone: (62) 770 692505
|Phone: (62) 770 692505
Fax: (62) 770 692550
|Check-In Time||3.00pm (GMT +7)|
|Check-Out Time||12.00pm (GMT +7)|
|Rooms & Villas||Nirwana Resort Hotel: 241 Rooms
Mayang Sari Beach Resort: 51 Garden or Sea View Chalets
Nirwana Beach Club: 42 Cabanas
Banyu Biru Villa: 15 double-storey Villas
Indra Maya Pool Villa: 8 hill-top Villas with private pools
|Wine & Dine||12 restaurants, bars and pubs. Complimentary resort shuttle is available for Nirwana Gardens guests at a 30-min interval from the main resort lobbies.|
|Leisure & Activities||Infinity swimming pool at Nirwana Resort Hotel, Indoor Gymnasium, NABLEZ Kids Club, The Beach Club, Nirwana Resort Centre and Happy Valley, Anindya Spa by Andaru. Complimentary resort shuttle is available for Nirwana Gardens guests at a 30-min interval from the main resort lobbies.|
|MICE||12 different combinations of size function rooms and venues. Nirwana Gardens is able to host events catering for up to 2,000 guests. For enquiries on MICE, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Accepted Currency||Indonesian Rupiah. Money changer services are available at Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal in Singapore and Bandar Bentan Telani Ferry Terminal in Bintan. (More details)|
Bintan lsland is the largest of 3,200 islands in the Riau Archipelago and the 3rd largest of 27 provinces in Indonesia. Located at the crossroads of one of the world’s oldest and busiest maritime trading routes, Bintan has provided a safe haven to traders and sailors from Europe, India and China for over a century. It was on the island of Bintan that the Sultan of Malacca found refuge from Portuguese attack in the 16th century, mapping tales of legendary importance when Bintan grew as the centre of the powerful Johor Riau Sultanate.
Penyengat, on the northern tip of Bintan Island, became home to the Maya-Bugis nobility during the 18th century. Remnants of this glorious royal past are still evident in Penyengat’s Royal Mosque, Town Hall, mausoleums and palace ruins.
The south of Bintan Island is also home to quaint fishing towns with an easy-going and relaxed kampong (local village) atmosphere. Numerous kelongs (fishing houses built on stilts above sea) flourish on southern Bintan, with some serving up delicious seafood for tourists.
Set foot on the northern shores of Bintan Island, and you’ll be greeted by a totally different scene and mood. Bintan Resorts, a 23,000 hectare development, offers tourists just the right setting to rest and relax.