Nostalgia Yasin Bungalow

Jl. Pantai Trikora, Km 38, Indonesia
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how can i go to Bintan from Medan

by peifufeng

how can i go to Bintan from Medan?

Re: how can i go to Bintan from Medan

by lynnehamman

Almost certain that there will be a ferry from Bintan to Medan.
I have done some reasearch on ferries, because we are going to Bintan from Singapore- and there are ferries that ply between most places from Bintan

Re: how can i go to Bintan from Medan

by pPamela


I have been doing a bit of research for you from the new LP Indonesia book 2011 and I am sure there are NO direct ferries or ships between Medan and Bintan.
I think you will find a Pelni ship leaves Belawan Harbour ( 30kms from Medan) to Batam and then you will need to get a ferry from Batam island to Bintan island ( Tanjung Pinang).
Very difficult to get an schedule for Pelni ships - best to go into their offices and get the information.

Travel Tips for Pulau Bintan

Visa on Arrival (Update July 2010)

by princess_motomi

Update on Indonesian visa-on-arrival (as of July 2010).

Since beginning of 2010 only the 30 days visa-on-arrival to Indonesia is still available at 25 US$ per person. Exception for Bintan/Batam a 7-day visa at 10 US$ can be obtained for groups of 4 person or more. However this visa needs to be applied via your hotel in advance.

Countries that are elible for Indonesian visa on arrival are

1. Algeria
2. Argentina
3. Australia
4. Austria
5. Bahrain
6. Belgium
7. Brazil
8. Bulgaria
9. Cambodia
10. Canada
11. China
12. Cyprus
13. Czech Republic
14. Denmark
15. Egypt
16. Estonia
17. Fiji
18. Finland
19. France
20. Germany
21. Greece
22. Hungary
23. Iceland
24. India
25. Iran
26. Ireland
27. Italy
28. Japan
29. Kuwait
30. Laos
31. Latvia
32. Libya
33. Liechtenstein
34. Lithuania
35. Luxembourg
36. Maldives
37. Malta
38. Mexico
39. Monaco
40. Netherlands
41. New Zealand
42. Norway
43. Oman
44. Panama
45. Poland
46. Portugal
47. Qatar
48. Romania
49. Russia
50. Saudi Arabia
51. Slovakia
52. Slovenia
53. South Africa
54. South Korea
55. Spain
56. Suriname
57. Sweden
58. Switzerland
59. Taiwan
60. Timor Leste
61. Tunisia
62. Turkey
63. United Arab Emirates
64. United Kingdom
65. United States of America

Visa on arrival

by muratkorman

Citizens of many countries have the eligibility for visa on arrival. 15 USD for a short stay is all you have to pay. It is a very short procedure and in 5 minutes you have your visa to enter Indonesia. However, citizens of some countries need to apply for Indonesian visa such as Turkey. I needed to pay 70 SGD for application and it took 3 days to get the visa from Singapore.

VISAs to enter Pulau Bintan

by xuessium

In a dramatic change to the current immigration rules, starting on January 26, 2010, foreign tourists from countries eligible for "visa-on-arrival" will now be given a 30 day visa that can be renewed for an additional 30 days.

As part of the new changes the 7-day visa at US$10 has been abolished, with the 30-day US$25 visa (renewable for an additional 30 days) being the only visa that can be issued to eligible tourists.


Please be advised that Visa Free Short Visits may only be extended upon approval from the Minister of Justice and Human Rights/Director General of Immigration of the Republic of Indonesia based on natural disaster, illnes or accident, but cannot be transferred to another type of visa.

Overstay visitors incur to pay a penalty of US$ 20,- per day (for under 60 days stay) whilst over 60 days stay will be a 5 (five) year prison sentence or a fine of IDR 25.000.000,- (local currency)


1) Brunei Darussalam (ASEAN member)
2) Malaysia (ASEAN member)
3) Phillipines (ASEAN member)
4) Vietnam (ASEAN member)
5) Singapore (ASEAN member)
6) Thailand (ASEAN member)
7) Peru
8) Chile
9) Morocco
10) Hong Kong SAR (Special Administration Region)
11) Macau SAR (Special Administration Region)

For countries not listed above, they will have to apply entry VISA at their respective country's Indonesian Embassy

Address of Indonesian Embassy in Singapore:
7 Chatsworth Road Singapore 249761
Tel : +65 6737 7422
Office Hours:-
Mon - Thurs: 8.30 am - 1.00 pm, 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Fri: 8.30 am - 12.30 pm, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm
Sat: Closed

Bintan Ferry Terminal

by shane_02

This is the immgration at Bintan. Very simple but complicated. Remember to use right hand to give your passport to the officer because in Indonesian culture, left hand is being considered as dirty hand.

Hammock-ing Away

by traps

Bake yourself under the sun at the beach or just on a hammock. Perfect Getaway..! The sunsets are great...huge rocks at the backdrop and there is total silence. And when dusk comes, you get to see stars, stars and MORE! It is defenitely a romantic experience... Its a great place to have a private candlelight dinner and play some jazz music.


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Address: Jl. Pantai Trikora, Km 38, Indonesia