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Geeting around Batam Island was either by calling a taxi, a Gojek or 'chauffeured' by local friends.
From Palm Springs from where I stayed to Barelang Bridge it was 45mins to an hour journey. I was in my son's friend's car so there were stops...More
This is the place you should not miss when you visit Batam. It’s around 30 mins drive from Batam center ferry terminal. This bridge is huge and a nice craft work of engineering. Local Photographers will take your photo and print in a few minutes...More
Barelang bridge is definitely worth visiting, a beautiful bridge overlooking calm blue sea and small islands south of Batam. There are actually six bridges connecting these islands, but the Barelang is the most significant one.
The bridge connects three islands, Batam, Rempang, and Galang. There are totally six bridge with different construction design. This iconic bridge is the first bridge (Barelang 1). You can see landscape view of riau islands from here. There is also a spot to take photo...More
Just a bridge. Nothing to do, only to take photo. At the 2nd island, there’s some local stalls selling food and drinks. Bridge was also near Harris barelang resort and seafood restaurants (really long, slight bumpy, hilly drive in from main road).
This place is at the other end of Batam. Nice view. Really close to Harris Resort Balerang. I used the app called Go-Jek for cab to get there. Cheaper and the gives you a flat rate. Go to the seafood joints by the bay when...More