Nongsa Point Marina & Resort – Escape from The City


The nice folks from Nongsa Point Marina & Resort invited us to check out their 2 Bedroom Chalets.  We were looking forward to it an entire week to wind down and this was music to our ears. Just a 3o minutes ferry ride away from Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal, the resort arranged their transport to send us to their idyllic resort. Check our more pictures here!


Nongsa Point Marina is a premier resort with international marina facilities and residential properties. Built around a natural cove on Batam Island, Indonesia. Pampering to those looking for a privileged lifestyle and impressive berthing facilities for boat owners.


This one stop destination is a different from the usual Batam family resort you’d expect. Pack your golf bags and swing into action at the golf course in Batam, Indonesia designed by Jack Nicklaus. Plan a barbecue, diving trip, fishing trip or simply go on an island cruise. You will want to spend more than 1 night here.


As we checked into our huge chalet, we only wished we brought all our friends over. The place is spacious and it comes with a fantastic view of the sea, and sunset. If you are planning for a birthday party for 5-10, throw in a yacht party and bundle the night at the 2/3 Bedroom Chalet.



We guarantee it will be a night you won’t forget. The amenities include cable television, hair dryer, bath robe, broadband internet, fully equipped kitchen(so you can cook your favourite IndoMee) and a spacious and cozy living and dining room.


Villas on the hill were no problem as hotel reception is well serviced by a resort van and if you like to head down to Turi Beach Resort next door, its just a 5 minutes walk away. Doesn’t matter if you are dining at Selera Restaurant or the Samudra Bar, you will have wonderful dining experience right at this resort. All in all, Nongsa Point Marina & Resort is an excellent waterfront property.

Nongsa Point Marina
Jalan Hang Lekiu Nongsa
Batam, Riau Islands

Phone: +62-778 761333
Fax: +62-778 761330

Photographer/Contributor: Raphael Chen

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