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Batam Islands Indonesia

Batam Island

Batam Islands Indonesia

The island of Batam today is the third busiest entry port to Indonesia next to Bali and Jakarta. Situated so near to Singapore, it is a favorite resort for residents and international tourists in Singapore who wish to get closer to nature, relax for a short vacation of golf or sailing, enjoy mouth watering fresh seafood, luxuriate in a traditional royal spa, go shopping or just for family fun.

Although Batam, Bintan and the Karimun islands are designated an industrial free trade zone, yet there are still plenty of wide open spaces and hundreds of large and small untouched islands in the Riau archipelago where one can have that feeling that one is entirely alone on the island.

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Twenty years into its hectic development, Batam has indeed become more crowded, where business mixes with pleasure. With no less than six ferry terminals , wide roads criss-crossing the island , an international airport and clusters of industries, hotels and housing estates, Batam still promises a leisurely weekend getaway offering reasonably priced freshly caught seafood , fine golfing , plenty of duty-free shopping , or an escape to a remote island ideal for trekking, diving, snorkeling and lazy fishing. For shoppaholics, Batam offers the excitement of shopping at the Nagoya Superblock with its 450 kiosks and 170 shops with a Hypermarket on Nagoya Hill.

Batam has six golf courses, a large number of good hotels for businessmen in Nagoya town , beach resorts and Spas at Nongsa, and shopping malls galore. One of the well-known Golf Course is the Palm Springs Golf and Country Club, which isconviniently located only 2 minutes away from Batam's Nongsapura Ferry Terminal. Batam's own Nongsa Point Marina has berthing facilities for yachts , and sailing and diving facilities for those wishing to explore Riau's many islands.

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Weather

Located only 8 degrees south of the equator, Bali doesn't experience much of an annual range in temperature. While seasonally the two periods (Wet and Dry season) differ greatly in characteristics, the actual temperature doesn't vary so much- sitting at an average of 31- 33 degrees all year round.

There is slight variation in the temperatures once you head inland from the coast, as the geography of the island means that as you head inland you also head upwards - hitting the mountain ranges and rising in altitude. This means that it can get quite cool, particularly in the evenings, so it is best to pack a warm coat if visiting the mountain villages of Kintamani and Candikuning.

While climatically it is advised to visit Bali during the dry season of April to October, the Wet Season from November to March coincides with the southern hemisphere's summer which attracts those who have time off over summer. If you are up for a party atmosphere, the time to go is during the rainy season.

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