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I came here on a day trip from Singapore. It's a fairly long day as the ferry is between 45 to 60 minutes, there's a short immigration queue on both sides, and from the harbour bay Ferry terminal it's another 80 minute taxi ride. I...More
I didn't realise that this place existed. There is so much history and stories there that needs to be curated and displayed to visitors especially in a time like this now. The place was quiet and serene, almost surreal. Its a long drive from Batam...More
Interesting visit to see the way of live of the boat people, Vietnamese refugees.
When you realise that these happened during your life time, you realise how fortunate you are!
Do check out the goodess of mercy temple on the hill top, it has very...More
the only reason i visited was bc i was a resident of this camp back when it was first built. galang 1, as it was called, doesn't exist anymore. this attraction only has remnants of galang 2 and 3. i only know that bc i...More
There is not much to do and to see in Batam, so I would recommend to have a visit here, if one is in Batam. One needs own car, public transport there not convenient . Its a great area, which can only be explored by...More
This is my second visit to the Camp and this time I brought my children. My daughter was involved in some UN Youth activity so it was good for her to see how the UN worked to help the refugees. It was an education for...More
The refugee camp kept most of the things intact, with lots of photos displayed in one of the larger rooms. For most of us who has never seen or understood about refugees, it is a good learning experience to tour this place.
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it should be about 60 SGD. Try contacting this driver Isra +62 852-6451-4710 on whastapp. I used him the last time I went to the place. He understands some simple English, but you can get by using Google Translate