The island of Batam, Indonesia is located very near to both neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia, with numerous convenient international ferry trips connecting these countries daily. This fact has helped Batam to become recognised as the # 3 tourism destination in Indonesia, just behind the nation’s capital city Jakarta, and the tourist paradise of Bali. Batam, though primarily known for cheap shopping, seafood, and spa treatments, sits within the Riau Archipelago province, a region of Indonesia known for its rich assortment of beautiful islands and rustic seascapes. Little known by many, just a short distance from Batam’s multiple international ferry terminals, one can get a small taste of the iconic natural wonders the Riau Archipelago region offers.
Ranoh Island is a premier tropical getaway, a shining beacon of recreation and relaxation, located a mere hour-plus journey by private vehicle from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan Batam city centre. Journey across the 6 bridges connecting the island of Batam to neighbouring islands to the south, catching a glimpse of tropical agriculture and rural island life along the way. From the 6th bridge, a quick 20-minute ride on our 75-passenger capacity aluminium speedboat is the only thing keeping you away from the paradise that awaits.
Ranoh is a 43-hectare island that neighbours a popular regional snorkelling destination, of which we have developed 1 hectare of beachfront land to be an all-inclusive resort-style escape for both local and international tourists and thrill-seekers alike. Each guest to Ranoh Island is greeted by a pristine white sand beach, calm turquoise seas, and swaying coconut trees, in addition to our welcoming staff made up of local islanders eager to exceed your expectations and ensure you have a great stay.
Ranoh Island is a unique and natural escape from the mundane busyness of day-to-day life, a family-friendly oasis among the beautiful backdrop of the Riau Archipelago. So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and book your visit to Ranoh Island today!
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