Around Bintan Island, there are islands that are quite famous for their underwater beauty, namely the Anambas Islands and also the islands in the South China Sea. The beauty of the island was once contested by European, Dutch, British and Portuguese traders in the 18th century. At that time the island was part of the Malay Peninsula and controlled by the Sultanate of Johor – Riau. In 1884 the Dutch and the British ended the conflict between them that occurred on Bintan Island by signing an agreement made by the British, namely the Treaty of London, which then completely handed over the northern region of Singapore to the British and the southern region of Singapore was handed over to the Netherlands.
The beach in the north of Bintan Island offers a variety of classy inns and hotels, set on an area of more than 300 hectares which also has the best Golf Courses and has a unique architecture making Bintan Resort a very comfortable place for tourists on vacation. other than that the resort also offers various facilities such as luxurious spas. You can enjoy the panoramic beauty and sea breeze around the beach during the day and night. On the west side of Bintan Beach you can find Tanjung Pinang which was once a quiet city and has turned into a quite busy provincial capital.
For visitors who like culinary tours, you can enjoy it when night falls, here the tourists will be served with seafood along the road which is deliberately closed to be used as stands and stalls selling various types of seafood, such as steamed shrimp, spicy spicy crab, grilled fish with spicy sauce, and also a typical Riau dish called gong – gong a type of oyster. the point is very fitting for those of you who want to travel while enjoying the culinary delights on Bintan Island.