Banyan Tree Bintan
Immerse yourself in a natural sojourn on Bintan Island, where lush rainforests come alive across towering trees, hillside terrain, secluded beaches and the sweet song of wildlife.
The world’s largest archipelago nation has over 17,000 islands and extends from the southern end of the Andaman Sea to the doorstep of Australia. Waves of migrations over the centuries, along with a colonial past, have contributed to a varied and interesting cultural landscape across the country.
By its sheer size, tropical climate and geography, Indonesia supports one of the highest levels of biodiversity in the world. Spend a week exploring the waters off the coast of Bali, where you might encounter the intriguing mola mola fish, or connect with nature as you go bird-watching on Bintan island.