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Old May 24th, 2008, 04:53 AM   #41
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Foto kapal ferry ke S'pore

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Di Batam,,, kapal ferry ke Singapura ada hampir setiap 15 menit sekali ..... Dari pagi2 jam 6, sampai malam2 jam 9-10 ...

Ke Bintan-Singapore aja ferrynya bisa sampai setiap setengah jam sekali ...

Pemerintah Kita terlalu meremehkan turis2 dari negara tetangga.... Asiiikkk terus memanjakan turis2 bule ntuhh,,, yang begitu kena bom sekalii ,,,,, udah dehh pada ngibriiitt semuanya :P~ .....

Shot at 2008-05-23
Ini di shot waktu di Pelabuhan Tanjungpinang. Selain Penguin juga ada Falcon.

Kalau pas naik ferry dari S'pore ke Batam, gak ngeshot lagi stress gara-gara ferrynya gak bisa keluar karena ada kapal pesiar Star Cruise yg sedang bersandar. Jadi ferrynya ngapung2 terus.
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yg di Bintan itu bukannya di Bintan Buyu ya ? yang mo dibuat jadi komplek kantor government + CBD + objek wisata ? .... kan gara2 ini Al Amin kesandung
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Old May 24th, 2008, 08:03 AM   #43
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Old May 24th, 2008, 12:07 PM   #44
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Wah setau gw ini proyek dibiayain dan dikelola sama investor asing .. mungkin mereka juga menggandeng investor lokal .. tp gw kurang tau ini proyek pemkab bintan atau pemprov kepri,, kayaknya sih dua2nya deh.. oh ya btw ilham buat thread satu aja lagi yg khusus untuk project2 FTZ batam bintan karimun secara bakalan banyak tower2 dan gedung2 yg akan dibuat disana di tahun kedepan
AkU MAU aja buat thread BBK, tapi renderingnya kurang ...

Di sebelah Megamal Batam Center juga keliatannya ada proyek apartemen glassy gitu yang sampe sekitar 20 tingkatan lebih :p

Cari gambar batam di internet gak susah kok , gampang banget ... tapi kebanyakan gambar2 nya berhubung dengan resort dan tempat wisata ...

Yang ttg hal2 berkaitan dengan urbang kurang banget. Kayak kemarin di Batam Center itu ada beberapa Crane , padahal .. tapi aku gak sempat ambil gambarnya
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Old May 24th, 2008, 12:10 PM   #45
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Lain Cen ... kalau yang kasus Al-Amin itu ibukota Kabupaten Bintan ,,,

Kalau yang aku maksud itu Ibukota Provinsi Kepulauan Riau yang sekarang lagi di bangun di Tanjung Pinang, kawasannya nanti seperti teluk. Dan di atas teluk itu nanti akan ada jembatan megah penghubung kota lama , dan kawasan pemerintahan

Bintan ini maju banget, cuman mungkin karena pendatang lebih terkonsentrasi ke Batam, jadi agak kurang kedengeran/

Sekarang ini mereka lagi ekspansi airport ...
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ah, ic ic tapi emang proyek di bintan skala gede smua yah... ebad banget...
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iya lah skala gede ... Kawasan ini kan menjadi kawasan yang akan menampung ledakan ekonomi SIngapura kalau Singapura sudah jenuh. Untuk kawasan wisata ... memang potensial banget.

Tapi untuk kawasan bisnis dan industri, mungkin investor Singapura lebih suka dengan Johor ... (Wilayah Pembangunan Iskandar ) ....
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Old May 24th, 2008, 02:10 PM   #48
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Hey guys, I propose that we merge all the Bintan projects thread into one BINTAN thread. what do you think? Since there are a number of Bintan threads without any pictures anyway..
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setuju,,, all about BINTAN Project...
kayanya bakal banyak..
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Go for it..
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Hey, project Bintan mungkin bisa di merge disini ? Om Momod ?..
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A Gallant move, south of Singapore
Posted on May 20, 2008 by lushhomeonline

SINGAPORE-LISTED Gallant Ventures is making another effort to add more buzz to its Bintan projects by announcing a slew of new investments, including infrastructure, worth some $500 million.


This time around it’s not only the well-heeled it’s trying to draw to its pristine beaches, but also the middle-income investors. It has been talking to Singapore’s Housing Development Board and National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) to try and get them to set up shop on the island, which is a third bigger than Singapore.

This would be to develop and sell lower-cost housing for profit.

Gallant announced that it has so far sold close to 300,000 sq m (about 300 hectares) of land on its 1,300 hectare Lagoi Bay Development for about $45 million for a variety of resort, private residential and retail projects. The new investors range from property developers in the region to private developers looking to build their own dream homes. The company has a total land bank of 18,000 hectares - one third the size of Singapore - :there.

And another three hotel groups - Alila Hotels and Resorts, which has a collection of exclusive resorts in Maldives, Bali, Thailand, Laos and Oman; the Ritz Carlton and Mandarin Oriental Hotels - have announced plans to establish their brands on the island.

“Lagoi Bay’s spectacular shoreline, coupled with its growth potential arising from its strategic location from Singapore, makes it a natural choice for us when identifying the location for our next resort. With its well-maintained and comprehensive infrastructure and secure environment, we are confident that our project in Bintan will be well-received,” said Alila president and CEO Mark Edleson.

The existing resorts and golf courses in Bintan are reporting better crowds and occupancy levels. Annual visitor arrivals which slipped after Sept 11 in 2001 and the Bali bomb blasts the following year have now returned to the former level of about 340,000, and are expected to reach a million in 2012. Bintan is also riding on the success of Singapore in attracting tourists - the Republic is expecting over 17 million visitors by 2015 when its two integrated resorts are up and running.

The $500-million infrastructure development plans include expenditure of $150 million on the Lagoi Bay development, $150 million on a new coal-fired power plant, $100 million on a new airport next to the industrial park and another $100 million on new high-speed ferries to cut the travelling time between Singapore and Bintan to less than 45 minutes from about an hour now, upgrading of the domestic and international ferry terminals, and a new education and training campus for Bintan’s resorts and employees of its industrial park.

Taking a leaf from the success of Singapore’s Sentosa Cove, Gallant is offering more bite-size plots ranging from 700 sq m to 2,000 sq m. Although land prices are 1 to2 per cent of Sentosa’s, total costs, including construction, will set one back about $1 million.

But as former Singapore permanent secretary Tan Chin Nam noted: “I recently heard that a Russian paid $21 million for a 700-sq-m plot at Sentosa. Here a similar plot costs only $200,000 and it’s less than an hour from Singapore.”

Mr Tan is now a consultant to Indonesia’s Salim group which owns just over 50 per cent of Gallant.

The group’s chief financial officer Choo Kok Kiong is well aware that Bintan’s development depends on attracting not only the super-rich but also the middle class. He disclosed that plans are afoot to build several budget-class hotels and also more affordable housing to cater to those less well-off.

“So, we talked to the Housing Board and NTUC, and tried to get them interested in Bintan. We want to rival Phuket or Bali as the destination of choice for the beach tourist,” Mr Choo said.

But Gallant is not only looking at Singaporeans to purchase its land, increasingly it has been enticing mainland Chinese, Indians and Russians. Another market it is eyeing is education. With Singapore’s schools for expatriates having long waiting lists, Gallant thinks it could provide an alternative site for such institutions and is in discussions with several parties.

“The kids could go to boarding school in Bintan while the parents work in Singapore. And perhaps they could have a weekend home in Bintan as well,” said Mr Choo.
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tambahin petanya ah.. biar pada tau...
plus Bintan Resort yang udah jadi..



baru tau gw Bintan is Bigger than Batam..
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Treasure Bay Bintan, an exclusive intergrated tourism zone



The Edge Financial Daily reported last Friday that Landmarks had received consent from the Indonesian authorities to undertake gaming business in Treasure Bay following the zoning of the enclave as an exclusive integrated tourism zone (EITZ).

Treasure Bay’s new status follows an agreement between Landmarks’ 74%-owned Bintan Treasure Bay Pte Ltd (BTB) and Indonesia-based PT Wisata Hiburia (PTWH) for the zoning of 3.4 million square metres of leasehold land belonging to BTB subsidiary PT Pelangi Bintan Indah.

The deal also allows Landmarks to conduct other businesses including medical tourism, besides multimedia and information technology hosting, Landmarks told Bursa Malaysia last week. BTB is undertaking the development of integrated resorts (IR), commercial and residential properties at Treasure Bay.

The zoning fee payable by BTB to PTWH for designating the proposed development as an EITZ will be based on 10% of the net profit on the sale of the proposed IR development.

OSK Investment Bank said: “It is a good thing for Genting as it can diversify geographically, and have a bigger captive market to cross-sell its products.” Genting via wholly-owned Phoenix Spectrum Sdn Bhd holds a 30.31% stake in Landmarks.

CIMB Research, meanwhile, said the inclusion of Landmark’s gaming business was positive for Genting as the resort and casino operator would have key interests in three gaming licences within Southeast Asia, one each in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

“This cements Genting’s position as the leading gaming player within the region,” CIMB said in a note last Friday.

CIMB, which maintains an outperform on Genting, with a target price of RM11, added that the fact that Landmarks had also obtained approval for other businesses, apart from gaming, also significantly enhances the viability and value of its Treasure Bay project.

The RM4.07 billion Bintan Treasure Bay aims to capitalise on the anticipated increase in tourist arrivals and rising affluence in the region, according to Landmarks filings to the exchange in December 2006.

Landmarks had in October 2007 signed a memorandum of understanding with China Metallurgical Group Corporation as initial arrangements for the possible appointment of the Chinese entity as the main contractor for the project.

Construction of Bintan Treasure Bay is expected to start in the second half of 2008, and due for completion within eight years.
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The Fairway Facade Site Plan, Bintan





The Fairway Facade Apartment, Bintan





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I found those renderings from flickr but not sure if it's bintan or batam
projects ..
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Please..renderingsnya kagak ada gambarnya
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