The quickest way to get from Malaysia to Pulau Bintan (Island) is to fly and ferry which costs RM 280 – RM 470 and takes 5h 13m.
How do I get from Jakarta to Bintan Island?
Visitors can choose to take a domestic flight to Raja Haji Fisabilillah Airport in Kijang, Bintan Island from Jakarta, Perkanbaru, Matak, Batam, Dabo Singkep or Natuna. Land transport from Raja Haji Fisabilillah Airport to ANMON is about 80 minutes. Taxi service is available at the airport.
How do you get to Riau island from Malaysia?
There is no direct connection from Malaysia to Kepulauan Riau. However, you can take the LRT to Klcc, take the walk to Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur, take the bus to HarbourFront, take the walk to Harbourfront Centre, take the ferry to Batam, then take the taxi to Batam.
How do you get to Bintan Island from Singapore?
From Singapore Changi Airport, you can take a taxi or MRT service (followed by a bus transfer) to get to Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, which will then take you to Bandar Bentan Telani (BBT) Ferry Terminal in Bintan. The high-speed catamaran ferry ride will take you to Bintan in less than 60 minutes.
Which is better Bintan or Batam?
Both these islands are well known to be touristy and not exactly your ideal island holiday. But in a pinch and you want to choose, then Bintan Island is the better choice with nicer beaches though not exactly paradise. Batam Island though is apparently cheaper but could be overcrowded.