Ferry from Singapore to Bintan
Most booked ferries to Bintan Indonesia
From Singapore to Bintan
If you want to ferry directly from Singapore to Bintan, there are two possible routes operated by three ferry operators.
- SindoFerry: Tanah Merah – Tanjung Pinang
- Majestic Fast Ferry: Tanah Merah – Tanjung Pinang
- Bintan Resort Ferries: Tanah Merah – Bandar Bentan Telani
For Bintan and Batam Island Hopping:
If you're interested in combining Bintan and Batam (which is actually a delightful idea), there's a convenient speedboat connection available between Tandjunguban and Pelabuhan.
To secure tickets for this connection, you can make a booking at either the Pertamina Trans Kontinental terminal or the Bulang Linggi Speed Boat Port. It's not necessary and even possible to book these tickets online. For additional information about these ferry terminals, you can look for the ferry terminals on Google Maps.
See our map with the connections from Singapore to Bintan
Batam tickets, availability, and price comparison
An easy way to find tickets for a ferry to Batam is by filling in the fields below.
From Tanah Merah to Batam
While Batam can be reached from the Singapore Harbourfront as a departure location, Bintan can only be accessed by ferry from Tanah Merah.
Majestic Fast Ferry is more known as a more luxurious ferry ride, however, the differences between the operators are small. On the Bintan Resort ferries you can also take the ‘Emerald class' with seat assignments and exclusive use of the lounge.
From Batam to Bintan
There is one connection between the two Riau islands, a spread boat connection you can only book at the ferry terminals mentioned above.
ID requirements Singapore to Bintan (Indonesia)
Ferry to Bintan: Business Class
At this time, there is also no possibility of Sindo Ferry business class, the only class you can select is Economy class.
At Majestic Fast Ferry, all tickets you book are ‘Premium” and more focused on luxury travel. Some vessels seem to have business class and/or VIP cabins.
Bintan Resort Ferries have an Emerald class setting with more luxurious seating and lounges.
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