Home > Travel > Banyan Tree Bintan Will Make You Forget All About The Rainy Days

Banyan Tree Bintan Will Make You Forget All About The Rainy Days

By Victor Baker


Updated on

Banyan Tree Bintan

Life is good, especially if you’re spending the weekend at the breathtaking Banyan Tree Bintan, nestled right on the pristine north-west tip of Indonesia’s Bintan Island. Here, an endless secluded beach, a private swimming pool and veranda, plus a lovely golf course designed by Greg Norman, will make your your life worth living, helping you feel completely spoiled and lucky.

This Indonesian paradise will make it easy for guests to brag about unforgettable experiences, as they pass their private swimming pool to enjoy the most serene views provided by the blissful golden beach and the sea; sure, grabbing your clubs for a relaxing 18-hole game might be equally relaxing, and you’ll do that pretty often here.

Banyan Tree Bintan

The resort’s amazing golf course winds through the wild forest, wetlands, and coconut groves, which means you’ll have an incredible day, no matter if you lose or win. The eighth hole is probably going to be your favorite, surrounded by warm sand and the gentle waters of the bay, where your very personal waiter and chef will prepare the culinary delights that tease your pallets once the sun goes down as you enjoy “Dinner at 8”.

Banyan Tree Bintan will also keep its guests busy with a fishing trip, snorkeling, or a sensuous spa treatment, so boredom is not really an option here. I guess a serious dose of spoiling and rejuvenation doesn’t kill anyone, right?

Banyan Tree Bintan

Avatar photo
About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

Leave a Comment