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Singapore to Bintan Ferry Service

Avg. Ferry Duration
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Daily Ferry Services
Cheapest Ferry Ticket
1 hrs 110 mins
SGD 57.00

Singapore to Bintan Ferry Distance

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    Bintan Resort Ferries

Singapore to Bintan Ferry Schedule & Fare

Ferry Operator First Ferry Last Ferry Duration  
Bintan Resort Ferries 11:05 17:05 1 hrs 55 mins

Travel Documents Requirements

International travelers should carry the passport with at least 6 months of validity and return or One-Way ticket to continue traveling to another country.

Singapore to Bintan Ferry Information

The ferry route from Singapore to Bintan is one of the most popular routes among tourists due to its convenience, affordability, and great attractions that can be found in both places.

The route is also popular for its wide range of attractions such as the beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, and numerous shopping and dining options. The ferry also offers a great view of the Singapore skyline, making it an ideal way to travel. Also, ferry ticket booking online is such an easy way to get your tickets to the island. 

About Singapore

Singapore is a beautiful and vibrant city-state located in Southeast Asia. Singapore is a popular tourist destination because of its mix of modern and traditional culture.

The city is home to a variety of attractions and activities, from the iconic Marina Bay Sands to the bustling Little India district. Nature lovers will enjoy exploring the lush Gardens by the Bay, or visiting Jurong Bird Park, the largest bird park in Asia. Culture vultures can visit the National Museum of Singapore for an insight into the city’s history and heritage, or take a trip to the ArtScience Museum to explore modern art and science.

About Bintan

Bintan is an Indonesian island located in the Riau Archipelago of the South China Sea. It is one of the largest islands in the archipelago and is located just a short ferry ride from Singapore.

The attractions on Bintan are numerous, from the stunning beaches of Trikora to the luxurious resorts and spas of Lagoi. The island also has a range of cultural attractions, including traditional villages, temples, and museums. There is also a range of adventure activities, such as zip-lining, mount mountain biking kayaking.

To enter Bintan, all visitors must have a valid passport and visa. Citizens of some countries are eligible to enter Bintan visa-free, while others must obtain a visa prior to arrival. Travellers should also ensure they meet all relevant COVID-19 requirements, such as taking a PCR test and completing the mandatory health declaration form. All visitors must also adhere to local health regulations, including

Things to do in Bintan

1. Explore Tanjung Uban

2. Visit Bintan Lagoon Resort

3. Go Kayaking at Trikora Beach

4. Visit the Thousand Island National Park

5. Visit the Bintan Elephant Safari Park

Singapore to Bintan Ferry Timing

  • Harbour Front Centre to Bintan: 2 departures daily, at 7:45 am and 10:00 am.
  • Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal to Bintan: 2 departures daily, at 8:00 am and 10:30 am.
  • Bandar Bentan Telani Ferry Terminal to Singapore: 2 departures daily, at 10:00 am and 11:30 am.
  • Bintan Lagoon Resort to Singapore: 2 departures daily, at 10:30 am and 12:00 pm.

Always check ferry schedule since ferry travel is dependant on weather conditions among other factors. 

Boarding & Drop-Off Points for Ferry to Bintan :

Singapore: Harbour Front Centre and Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal.

Bintan: Bandar Bentan Telani Ferry Terminal and Bintan Lagoon Resort.

Singapore to Bintan Ferry Travel Time

The journey from Singapore to Bintan takes approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.

How to Reach Ferry Terminals:

  • Harbour Front Centre: Take Bus 97, 97e, 131, 145, 166, 855, NR1, or NR6 from Harbour Front MRT Station.
  • Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal: Take Bus 35, 35M from Tanah Merah MRT Station.

redBus takes care of all your Bintan ferry booking needs with its online ferry booking portal featuring the best ferry operators in Singapore. All you need to do is to log on to and search for Singapore to Bintan ferry. redBus offers you a wide selection of ferry operators, ferry routes, and the ease of booking a ferry online. Search ferries between Singapore and Bintan and book one according to a suitable ferry schedule. You can compare the Bintan ferry ticket prices and book an affordable ferry instantly through us. Once you select the ferry and the seat, you will be directed to the payment gateway and soon your Singapore to Bintan ferry ticket will be generated.  

Most of the Singapore to Bintan ferries are available from early morning to late evening. redBus provides an e-ticket that you can carry with you until the journey begins. The ferry tickets can also be printed and carried. To make the process hassle free, the ticket contains entire ferry schedule, departure and arrival point, date and ferry timings. With redBus’s quick and simple ferry finder window, you can choose the best return Bintan to Singapore ferry ticket s even for your last-minute decisions!



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Terminal Fee Details

Travellers must pay a nominal terminal fee over and above the ferry ticket prices to the ferry terminals in Indonesia and Singapore. The terminal fee varies by country and must be paid to the terminal operator at the ferry terminal.

While there are also surcharges and peak prices, the terminal fee has to be paid at the terminal unless stated otherwise, as included in the ferry tickets. It is advised that you check the ticket inclusions when making the ferry ticket booking online.

Singapore Passenger Departure Fee (SPDF)

For all ferry trips departing from Harbourfront Centre or Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal in Singapore as the source, a Singapore Passenger Departure Fee of SGD10 per person is applicable.

Terminal Fee For Return Ferry Trips from Tanjung Pinang* and Tanjung Balai*

Before departure, you must pay in cash in Indonesian Rupiah at Tanjung Pinang Ferry Terminal. (Applicable to passengers departing from Tanjung Pinang and Tanjung Balai ONLY)

Tanjung Balai Terminal Fee of -

  • Indonesian citizens have to pay Rp50,000 per person
  • Foreign passengers have to pay Rp75,000 per person

Tanjung Pinang Terminal Fee of -

  • Indonesian citizens have to pay Rp40,000 per person
  • Foreign passengers have to pay Rp60,000 per person

*Terminal fee is subject to change

Marine Park Conservation Charge

Tourists visiting Marine Parks Malaysia have to pay a nominal conservation charge as required by the Fees Act 1951, Fees (Marine Parks Malaysia) Order 2017. The revenue collected from the charge goes to the Marine Parks and Marine Reserves Trust Fund to manage and maintain the parks, and to provide facilities and comfort to visitors.

People with disabilities are exempted from the charge, and residents living on islands surrounded by Marine Parks are also exempted.

Marine Park Fee for MYKAD Holders -

Adults - RM 5

Children (aged between 6 to 12 years old) and Senior citizens (aged 60 years old and above ) - RM 2

Disabled - Free

Marine Park Fee for Non-MYKAD Holders -

Adults - RM 30

Children (aged between 6 to 12 years old) and Senior citizens (aged 60 years old and above ) - RM 15

Disabled - Free

Additionally, there are different fee rates for activities like camping, research, commercial filming/documentary, scuba diving, and cruising. Please check the Official Department of Fisheries Portal Malaysia for more information.

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