Opened in 2000, Angsana Bintan features 120 rooms and suites nestled on the beautiful white sands of Tanjong Said Bay overlooking the South China Sea. In addition to oceanside tropical garden setting, the resort also features a myriad of exciting outdoor activities and excursions to share the beauty of the local human and natural environments.
Launched in February 2007, the Banyan Tree Bintan Conservation Lab was our first research facility catering to terrestrial conservation, in addition to our focus on marine conservation. Officially openend in September 2007, the Conservation Lab seeks to raise international awareness of the importance of Indonesia’s biodiversity, which is at risk due to unsustainable development practices causing habitat destruction.
Learn more about the Banyan Tree Bintan Conservation Lab
Banyan Tree Bintan Conservation Lab Surveys
Surveys form an important part of our conservation efforts
Malaria and Dengue Awareness
Free screenings and awareness sessions for local communities.
Kampung Bahru Recycling
Our resorts provide their recyclables at a very minimal sum.