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NongsaPura Ferry Terminal is located at the north-eastern tip of Batam in the Nongsa River. It is just forty-five minutes voyage between Singapore Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal and NongsaPura Batam.   Ferries travel daily on frequent intervals and more trips during peak period.It is just a few minutes by taxi from NongsaPura Ferry Terminal to nearby resorts and approximately 35 minutes to Nagoya town or 15 minutes to Batam Hang Nadim Airport. The Resorts provide shuttle bus services to pick up / drop off at the Ferry terminal.Nongsa is the main tourist attraction, where the resorts and golf courses are situated.   There are a lot of things to do here such as banana boats and jet skies are available at Batam View Beach Resort and the beautiful Turi Beach Resort. You may enjoy your golf games at Palm Spring Golf Resort and Tering Bay Golf Resort. At the end of the promontory is the small Nongsa River, which is to be preserved in its natural state. Hotel guests can take boat trips up the river and perhaps see birds and wild Monkeys, or take in the solitude of the quiet waterways.En route to the airport, just south of Nongsa is Batu Besar, a cluster of restaurants offering fresh sea food.    
Batam is an industrial  and metropolitan city has a foreign and domestic traffic is very high.The number of tourist arrivals to Batam in 2011 amounted to 1.16 million people while domestic traffic of 4 million.   With the number of tourist visits to Batam it definitely requires adequate transportation infrastructure. One of the infrastructure that must exist is the airport.Batam has an international airport that can accommodate up to 4 million tourists per year. The name of this international airport is the Hang Nadim Airport. Hang Nadim airport has the IATA code BTH, while the ICAO code is WIDD.   Hang Nadim Airport has a runway 4025 meters, the airport with the longest runway in Indonesia. With this kind of infrastructure condition Hang Nadim Airport capable for landed of widebody aircraft  such as Boeing 767.Hang Nadim Airport began operations in 1960, and became an international airport in 1970, with a direct flight routes to Senai International Airport, located in Johor Bahru (Malaysia) and Singapore’s Changi International Airport.   With the presence of this international airport will increase the number of tourist visits to Batam because of the easy of access. To pamper visitors Hang Nadim International Airport is equipped with, restaurants & cafes, banks, ATMs, post office, medical clinic, mini market, typical souvenir outlets  of Batam, souvenir outlets, money changers and other public facilities.
Located at the northern tip of Batam, Harbour Bay Ferry Terminal is a international transport hub, that is situated withinHarbour Bay Downtown, a integrated city, 23 hectare in size, that is developed by PT Citra Buana Perkasa.Ferry from Singapore to Batam is approx 35 minutes. The Terminal is the closest to Singapore, and only 10 minutes drive awayfrom Batam main tourist attraction, Batam, Nagoya City.   Within walking distance from the terminal is Harbour Bay Mall, It has a giant supermarket and a cinema that offers the cheapest ticket in Batam. Harbour Bay Downtown is a integrated development, that is developed by Citra Buana Prakarsa. It consist of hotels like Zest Hotel, shopping malls, entertainment, seafood restaurants and condo apartments within the vicinity of the terminal.  As envisaged by the master-planners, Harbour Bay would be a project ahead of its time, where living, entertainment and business would seamlessly converge in a vibrant and sustainable city of international standing.    With an area that encapsulates 20 hectares of prime land, set in Batu Ampar, 50% are office buildings and shop houses, 25% are hotels, and the rest to accommodate commercial and entertainment facilities. This multi-functional design will drive the bustling Business District into full of drive, with an infrastructure to match. There’s a whole new vision taking shape where the city meets the water. Redefining what Batam’s waterfront living can be, and working to create a world model of urban spaces.
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