- from SGD 120
- from IDR 260,000Utama
- from IDR 310,000Formosa
- from IDR 350,000Puri Garden
- from IDR 270,00089 Hotel
- from IDR 320,000Swiss Inn
- from IDR 350,000Nagoya Plaza
- from IDR 260,000Swiss - BelHotel
- from IDR 485,000Novotel
- from IDR 515,000Planet Holiday
- from IDR 430,000Panorama Regency
- from IDR 415,000Mercure
Coming from Singapore? New to Batam?
These below step by step guide will assist you how to come to this island.
1. Go to Harbour Front
On third floor you will see there are 3 Ferry provider, Penguin, Batam Fast, and Berlian (Wavemaster).
2. Pick the arriving terminal in Batam
Don't be confused with the terminal, there are 5 ferry terminal arriving at Batam.
- Batam Center Point
There is one shopping center connect with this ferry terminal Megamal Shopping Center.
- Harbour Bay
It's the nearest terminal to Nagoya, business center in Batam.
You can choose this ferry terminal only if you are planning to stay at beach resort. It's near to Hang Nadim airport
It's far away from city, if you are going to KTM resort in Tanjung Pinggir you can choose this ferry terminal.
- Waterfront City
Not far from Sekupang Ferry Terminal, there are 2 popular resort hotels here, Harris Resort and Holiday Inn Hotel.
3. Pick up schedule
The ferry are available every hour. Don't be late for boarding, usually 45 minutes before the departure time.
4. Tell us your trip
You can contact us by SMS +62 81170 3387 or call us at +62 778 424963
5. See you in Batam
A Little Introduction
Batam is part of the 3000 islands of Riau archipelago and the nearest Indonesian island to Singapore.
Location & Size
Just 20 km away from Singapore, Batam Island has all the ingredients of an ideal tropical holiday – a paradise of sandy, palm fringed beach, inviting water and sun, all set against clear blue sky. An island of 415 sq km (about 2/3 the size of Singapore), it is 2-3 degrees north of the equator, longitude 104-105 degrees east.
Batam is warm and tropical all year round and with the highest rainfall recorded from November to January. The sea current is relatively light and runs consistently parallel to the coastline.
Population & Language
The island is a busting place with more than 800,000 people. Thanks to its successful industrialisation, many people are working in factories. The serenity of rural lifestyle is still unspoiled by industrial development. Bahasa Indonesia is the official language and the common language used by most residents. English is the next most common language used mainly in venues frequented by tourists.
Barelang Islands & Bridges
Batam is linked in the south to the islands of Rempang and Galang via a series of modern bridges. Collectively they are known as the Barelang bridges which offer breathtaking vies of the beautiful scenery and access to pristine beaches and fascinating dive site.