Putri Pandan Resort

Jalan Sumpat, Desa Pengudang, 29152, Indonesia

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Putri Pandan Resort
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Excellent
41%
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Very Good
25%
10
Average
12%
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Poor
7%
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Good For Solo
  • Families60
  • Couples80
  • Solo100
  • Business0
  • Best undiscovered place

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    The resort is still not well known yet and many places still to be discovered.

    Staff is really friendly. They always smiled and gave us a lovely time.
    Their English not so good, but the owner also speaks some Japanese
    They made our stay really relaxing and happy.

    In the evening we enjoyed our food and drink watching the starry night
    We also enjoyed the visit to the river spa and trikora beach.

    Unique Quality: The sea direct in front of the room.
    The villas surrounded by beautiful garden.
    Clean sea and wonderful beaches also.

    Directions: Take Bintan resort ferries from Singapore

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Best undiscovered place

by princess_motomi about Putri Pandan Resort

The resort is still not well known yet and many places still to be discovered.

Staff is really friendly. They always smiled and gave us a lovely time.
Their English not so good, but the owner also speaks some Japanese
They made our stay really relaxing and happy.

In the evening we enjoyed our food and drink watching the starry night
We also enjoyed the visit to the river spa and trikora beach. The sea direct in front of the room.
The villas surrounded by beautiful garden.
Clean sea and wonderful beaches also.

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Forum Posts

How much to bring to Bintan

by jiahwei

Hi there,

Do anyone knows an estimated amount to bring to bintan for spending wise?

What is the range of prices for their food, souvenirs or the items sold at the factory outlet?

And also, which currency is more advisavle to bring? USD or SGD or Rupiah?

Re: How much to bring to Bintan

by Stepwalk

It depends on how long you're staying and what you want to buy. But let me warn you that the shopping on Bintan is very limited, the prices are set for tourists only (higher than they should be), and SGD or Rupiah are best.

Re: How much to bring to Bintan

by jiahwei

Thanks for the reply.

How about the food there? Is it expensive?

Re: How much to bring to Bintan

by Stepwalk

The food pricing is not too bad but keep in mind that most of the restaurants and cafes are within the various resorts that comprise the tourist area spread over 100 acres. There are some outside the resorts such as Kelong Seafood restaurant and some others at Tanjung Pinang.

Re: How much to bring to Bintan

by jiahwei

Thanks for the reply.

Is there any cafe that sell cakes near bintan lagoon resort?

Planning for a birthday surprise so hopefully that they will sell cakes over there.

Re: How much to bring to Bintan

by Stepwalk

If I remember there are cakes available in the cafe at Angsana which isn't that far away: short taxi trip.

Travel Tips for Pulau Bintan

ClubMed Bintan Ria

by Spookysg

Clear Sea that is near the beach..
Nice food, friend staff..
nice activities...

water at the beach is comfortable.. Snorkeling at the beach area, instead of going out with the boat to some places that they dive..
Don't have to go out that far.. just stay by the beach of ClubMed.. is good enought to snorkel.

After snorkel.. comes up to the club house and have free flow of beer, wine and food.. nice food..

Save plenty of $$$ on food.

by Tenzin

Save your $$$ for Phuket or Bali when it comes to eating out. Bintan's restaurants are too costly in all the resorts for what its worth. If you can form up to 8 members, find a Singaporean guy whose a Safra member to help book a villa for you. Problem is he may need to check in for you first. But if the villa costs just S$85/day it works out to just S$10 per person and that's dirt cheap.

Be prepared to lug along an icebox over the sea if you wish to cook decent meals. It's a lot cheaper to stock up first than to buy from the hotel later. If you are lucky as I was during my stay at the Banyan Biru villa at another nearby resort called Nirwana Garden, you could witness rows of crabs crawling into the sea as I did when I was having my early morning walk along the beach. Fascinating sight.

In another occasion at the said resort I saw a 2 m long monitor lizard lazily swimming across the lake right outside my window.

A visit to Bintan

by jacob_m

Bintan Island is located in northwestern Indonesia in the Riau archipelago.
The northern part of the island has been converted into a tourist area with luxury resorts.
The resorts have private beaches, swimming pools, restaurants, bars and shops. Daily activities are arranged but most people come here just to relax.
But the tourist part is not very significant for Indonesia; the ferry terminal is modern and roads are very well-maintained, everything to make a good impression on tourists.
However there is another Bintan outside "Bintan Resorts" (the name of the resort part of the island) where normal people live with a normal Indonesian standard. It is possible to visit that part but you will need to rent a car and maybe also a guide.
Otherwise if you want a real Indonesian experience, go somewhere else.
Still for me as a European it was an experience just to visit the island to "relax in paradise".
It is an excellent opportunity to combine some hectic days of shopping and sightseeing in Singapore with some relaxed days in Bintan.

Travel Document/Visa Requirements for Indonesia

by bkarjee

The immigration procedures at the Ferry terminal is same as in any international airports. The efficiency of service at the Tanah Mertah Ferry terminal is typical of Singapore’s well acknowledged efficiency of any Govt service and is comparable to that of Changi Airport.

At the Bintan Ferry terminal (Bandar Bentan Telani, as they call it in Indonesian Bahasa language) in Indonesia, upon arrival there are two queues-one for passport holders of South East Asia nations like Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Phillipines etc, and also some other nations like Chile, Peru, Morrocco, who don’t require visa to enter Indonesia. The other queue was for nationalities, who have the facility of ‘Visa on arrival’. These include following countries.
1. Argentina 2 .Australia
3. Austria 4. Belgium
5. Brazil 6. Canada
7. China 8. Denmark
9. Egypt 10. Finland
11. France 12 Germany
13 Hungary 14 India
15 Ireland 16 Italy
17 Japan 18 Kuwait
19 Luxembourg 20 Maldives
21 New Zealand 22 Norway
23 Oman 24 Poland
25 Portugal 26 Qatar
27 Russia 28 Saudi Arabia
29 South Africa 30 South Korea
31 Spain 32 Switzerland
33 Taiwan 34 United Arab Emirates
35 United Kingdom 36 United States of America

Rest of the nationalities have to apply for Visa with the consulates/Embassies in their country, before leaving for Indonesia.

‘Visa on Arrival’ fees
US$ 10.00 for 6 nights/7 days stay.
US$25.00 for one month stay.
At the Bintan Ferry terminal, they accept US$, Singapore $ and Indonesian Rupiah

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Address: Jalan Sumpat, Desa Pengudang, 29152, Indonesia