The Indonesian island is a melting pot of diverse cultural experiences that’s truly more than meets the eye.
The Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva Temple is famous for its 500 life-sized lohan statues
Beyond its upscale resorts, pristine beaches, golf courses, and water sports, Bintan is a melting pot of diverse cultural experiences that’s truly more than meets the eye.
Part of Indonesia’s Riau Archipelago, Bintan island has always been a choice destination for travelers since its days as a trading post on the spice and silk routes that connected East Indies and China to the western world. Today, it is a popular tourist destination where one can discover traditional shops hawking local goods and explore photogenic alleys set against a backdrop of Dutch-inspired architecture.