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The Bintan Lagoon Resort Tanah Merah ferry route connects Bintan Island with Singapore. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Mozaic Ferry Lines. The crossing operates up to 13 times each week with sailing durations from around 1 hour 15 minutes.
Bintan Lagoon Resort Tanah Merah sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
Situated on the beautiful Pasir Panjang Beach in Indonesia, Bintan Lagoon Resort is at the heart of a tropical paradise. There are fourteen weekly crossings to Tanah Merah in Singapore, all run by Mozaic Ferry Lines.
What is there to do at Bintan Lagoon?
Overlooking the majestic South China Sea, the Bintan Lagoon is home to sun, sea, sand and two magnificent golf courses. With a mile of golden grains on the resort’s private beach and the hotel spa, it’s the perfect place to relax. If you want more of an active holiday there’s that option too, with plenty of water sports, atv tours or even archery. The lagoon is ideal for a couples retreat or even family holiday, with such a wide variety of amenities there is something for everyone.
What about the ferry terminal?
The ferry lands directly on the resort’s doorstep so transport is not an issue for visitors. The guests embark onto the ferry from the pristine Pasir Panjang shores after crossing the iconic Bintan bridge. The port on Bintan Island connects you with Tanah Merah in Singapore with a choice of up to fourteen ferry crossings per week. The duration of the crossing is from one hour and fifteen minutes, with the service operated by Mozaic Ferry Lines.
Located in the east of Singapore, Tanah Merah is made up of largely private residential properties, country clubs, and some light industrial parks. When land reclamation works began in the early 1970s, most of the coastal hills were levelled and dumped into the sea to create the present East Coast and the East Coast Parkway was constructed almost completely on reclaimed land. The location of Tanah Merah Kechil cliff is where Temasek Primary School now stands and it is possible to see where the hills abruptly end at the junction of Bedok South Avenue 3 and Upper East Coast Road at one end, and New Upper Changi Road at the other end.
Tanah Merah is a Malay phrase that translates into "red soil". Tanah Merah was once a hilly area with two prominent cliffs: Tanah Merah Besar, a large cliff, and Tanah Merah Kechil, a small cliff. The roads leading to the cliffs were named Tanah Merah Besar Road and Tanah Merah Kechil Road respectively. The names remain today.
The area is also home to the Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal with regular services to the Indonesian Riau Islands.