Bintan Lagoon Resort Launches Direct Ferry Service to Singapore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 15 May 2012

[HD video below] The Bintan Lagoon Resort on Bintan Island, Indonesia, has launched a direct ferry service that will operate between the Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal in Singapore, and the newly constructed Bintan Lagoon Terminal, located directly at Bintan Lagoon Resorts doorstep.

The route will be serviced by two high-speed 266-passenger ferries, will take approximately 70 minutes, and will land at the Bintan Lagoon Terminal, a private, state-of-the-art immigration and ferry terminal located directly on the resorts beachfront.

Guests will disembark from the ferry, stroll over a newly constructed bridge, and clear immigration to exit directly onto Bintan Lagoon Resorts main lawn.

This is a historic moment, said Robert Ramey, Managing Director of Mozaic Hotels & Resorts, the management company of Bintan Lagoon Resort. Bintan Lagoon Resort is now the closest five-star resort destination outside of Singapore. The opening of our beautiful immigration terminal and ferry service cements Bintan Lagoon Resorts position as the leading resort on Bintan Island. In fact, you can say it makes the resort a destination in itself. 

Ferry tickets are currently available for purchase through Journeyfuls online booking platform.

Mr. Henry Ng, Mozaic Hotels & Resorts Director of Sales, said Travel is inherently social, which is why we chose Journeyful as our ferry ticket booking platform. Not only can guests book online and benefit from the many social networking features built into the site such as becoming friends with each other and Bintan Lagoon Resort as well, but the platform also enables us to contract directly with travel agents, corporates, and even small groups.

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