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5 Unique Cultural Spots in Bintan

3 May 2017

Panglong Village, Berakit Panglong Village is the largest sea gypsy village in Bintan where the way of life of sea gypsies has been preserved for hundreds of years.   Masjid Sultan Riau, Penyengat Island Rumour has it that a large part of this grand mosque was made of eggs, gifts from the Sultan’s loyal subjects for his wedding. Senggarang ...

5 Unique Cultural Spots in Bintan2020-04-16T15:52:14+00:00

Here’s Why Bintan is a Shutterbug’s Delight

24 January 2018

Take home travel memories in the form of enviable photos to fill your Instagram feed with. Often, seasoned travelers like to joke about the sort of “souvenirs” they bring home from a wonderful trip—from sore thighs (courtesy of trekking adventures) to sunburnt limbs (thanks to the beautiful beaches). But we all know the truth: The best memories come in the form of photographs taken, whether ...

Here’s Why Bintan is a Shutterbug’s Delight2020-04-02T09:27:28+00:00

Your Guide to Exploring Bintan Like a Local

26 March 2018

The Indonesian island is a melting pot of diverse cultural experiences that’s truly more than meets the eye. The Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva Temple is famous for its 500 life-sized lohan statues. Beyond its upscale resorts, pristine beaches, golf courses, and water sports, Bintan is a melting pot of diverse cultural experiences that’s truly more than meets the eye. Part of Indonesia’s Riau Archipelago, Bintan island has always been a choice destination for ...

Your Guide to Exploring Bintan Like a Local2020-04-01T10:51:07+00:00