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Too many touts near the docks. Not really a walking area. The night market/food stalls/rides etc might be nice in the evening but are abandoned and have only the "carny"like operators and food stall owners around during the day.
main street has cheap street food to buy while roaming around or you can just sit and eat in a resto or have a cup of coffee, This is a place where you cannot find some souveniers that says tanjung pinang or bintan island. I...More
Want to share info, if you are looking for a local tour guide to take you around. Please check Vinosa Travel & Transport Services. We used their service and it was brilliant. Our driver Mr. Ali was very good, he took us around Tanjung Pinang...More
Many may find boring and disappointing about this place. But i find it quite interesting and worth a visit other than resorts in bintan which are overpriced and isolated. Walk around the wet market and discover the local going about their businesses. Street food. And...More
You can find keropok, snacks, dried food stuff (salted fish, scallops, etc.) along the downtown market. If you are looking for a good spa, try the Bintan Paradise Spa, excellent service and only 150,000 Rp for 90 mins full massage. Just dont expect big malls...More
just a place where people sit around waiting for the evening.
There by the sea. Not Spectacular.
Just a lot of people selling.
Whether, it is worth mentioning sights or not.
If the so-called tourist attractions, local governments should undertake good governance.
While this is...More
this spot is never known by tourists. It is a place where the locals go especially the youngs.
its quite breezy down here since its overkooks the buildings in Dompak Island especially the Mosque and the Provincial Government Office.
U can have snacks and drinks...More