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Anambas Islands

Anambas Islands, Indonesia
+62 813-6467-7689
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Paradise

If you want to see real paradise, you definitely must come to Tarempah and from here take a Ponponh... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
trotaone
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roma
via mobile
Dive!

My brother and I dove with the only dive operation available at this time, operated by Anambas Dive... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
scottchamberlin
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Seattle, Washington
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Anambas Islands, Indonesia
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"tanjung pinang"
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"fish"
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"traditional boat"
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"natural beauty"
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"coconut trees"
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"sakura hotel"
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"dive sites"
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"ferry"
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"hours"
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"paradise"
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"bawah"
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you want to see real paradise, you definitely must come to Tarempah and from here take a Ponponh (the local fishermen boat) and go to one of the 150 islands around here!

1  Thank trotaone
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My brother and I dove with the only dive operation available at this time, operated by Anambas Dive Resort. Hiro and Toni have spent a lot of time finding the best dive sites. The coral is spectacular, but there are very few big fish. For...More

Thank scottchamberlin
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Reviewed 1 May 2018

Awesome experience in Anambas on an expedition to explore new dive sites and meet with the local villages of Kiabu and Telaga. Diving is fantastic, black tip sharks, barracuda, turtles, parrot fish, and stunning coral reefs. Even better than the diving were the people. Heartwarming.

3  Thank Eric M
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Reviewed 19 March 2018

I was visited Anambas Island actually to visit my brother who lived and work there. My mom and me start a long journey from Batam took fery to Tanjung Pinang for 1hrs. We stayed 1 night in Tj.Pinang and catch the ferry the following day...More

5  Thank Gadisaruba
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Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

We are back in Nongkat Island Anambas, it is one of the best spot in Anambas to relax and enjoy "The Beach Life" white sands, pristine corals just a deep away no boat required, the cottages are so cool and designed suited for the place,...More

Thank dsudirwan
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Reviewed 2 January 2018 via mobile

I have twice attempted to go to tarempa without success. First there were not much info. Until reaching TG Penang on the first attempt. only managed to find the ferry operator there and no info about accommodation. However after searching through the net. Managed to...More

Thank Chee M
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Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

We are Very Glad to Visit Anambas Islands Cose Anambas is the Most Beautiful and Very Exotic Islands, The People are very warm welcome and kindly.

1  Thank arruby
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Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

Place to relax on private island, this place called Nongkat Island, its only 50 minutes on a plane from Tanjung Pinang, 10 minutes by car from Matak Airport @ Anambas & 15 minutes ride by Their traditional boat called Pong Pong and you are there.

1  Thank dsudirwan
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Reviewed 1 July 2017 via mobile

I went to Anambas Islands District with my friends from Tanjungpinang city, the provincial capital of Riau Islands. The islands of Anambas are very fertile, green, and overgrown with coconut trees. Many beaches are clean with soft white sand. Some uninhabited islands have extraordinary natural...More

1  Thank Lina W
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Reviewed 30 June 2017

The Anambas Islands are and handful of beautiful islands 9 hours by ferry from Bintan / Batam. There is not much information available on how to get there, but a previous review made a good guide on how to get there. If you travel alone,...More

1  Thank alexander01846
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Terempak Beach Hotel
2 reviews
1.21 km away
Sakura inn
5 reviews
64.03 km away
Bawah Island Resort
28 reviews
74.16 km away
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Kedai Pak Konyok
2 reviews
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ChadSF
25 January 2018|
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Flights Tanjung Pinang - Letung: Susi Air once a week? Check with Susi Air. Flights Tanjung Pinang Matak: X press Air 6 times a week. Private seaplane Batam to Bawah island for resort guests.
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