How long is the ferry from Singapore to Bintan Island?
Ferry duration from Singapore to Bintan Island ranges from 1 hour and 10 minutes to 1 hour and 45 minutes depending on the ferry route operator, and ship. The distance between Singapore to Bintan Island is approximately 42 nautical miles.
The fastest ferry from Singapore to Bintan Island is on the Tanah Merah to Bandar Bentan Telani ferry route sailing in approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes available for booking with Bintan Resort Ferries. The distance from Tanah Merah Bandar to Bentan Telani is around 20 nautical miles. 1 operator sails this route with up to 12 weekly sailings.
You can travel on an overnight ferry from Singapore to Bintan Island on the following routes: Tanah Merah - Tanjung Penang.
What is the ferry price from Singapore to Bintan Island?
Singapore to Bintan Island ferry prices can range from $68 to $351. Prices can vary by route, operator, season, whether you have a vehicle and whether you’re sailing on a high-speed ferry or conventional ferry. All ferry prices can vary from season to season. Prices subject to change, pricing representative of searches over last 30 days. Please note that the prices shown are exclusive of booking fees.
Can I travel with a vehicle from Singapore to Bintan Island?
Currently you cannot travel with a vehicle on ferries from Singapore to Bintan Island. To view if you can take other vehicles on the ferries, view our deal finder and get live prices.
You can travel as a foot passenger on the ferry from Singapore to Bintan Island with Sindo Ferry, Majestic Fast Ferry and Bintan Resort Ferries.
Ferry offers and discounts from Singapore to Bintan Island
Ferry discounts vary throughout the year. Visit our offers page to take advantage of all the latest ferry discounts.
How to book ferry tickets to Singapore to Bintan Island
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About Bintan Island
The Indonesian island of Bintan can be found amongst the Riau Islands, facing Singapore across the strait.
After Bali, Bintan Island is the most promoted destination in Indonesia, with primary focus around a resort enclave occupying the northern side of the island consisting of nine resorts and known as Bintan Resorts.
Set over an area of about three hundred hectares, Bintan Resorts boasts unspoiled white beaches, luxury hotels, designer golf courses, world class facilities and a tropical climate.
Most visitors to Bintan arrive by ferry from Singapore’s Tanah Merah port which docks at Bandar Bentan Telani in the north and Tanjung Pinang on the islands west side. The Bintan Resorts Ferries operated catamaran takes just under an hour to complete the journey to Bentan Telani while the Sindo Ferry sailing to Tanjung Pinang in the west takes around two hours.