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  1. #193
    Which Batam hotels offer "free" in-room LAN Internet? Thanks. PN

    (Also curious if ANY hotel in Tanjung Balai offers it)

  2. #192

    Guide in Batam

    I am going to Batam this weekend.

    Any advise on places or others?

    Good deal?

  3. #191

    Tour Guide Review – Marsel – Batam

    I would like to recommend a real nice fellow that I met on Batam. His name is Marsel (like the French name “Marcel”) Marsel is native Indonesian, in his mid-forties, he is very smart, open-minded, and he speaks English very well.

    Marsel took me to some of the island venues around Batam, and it was a very good experience and fairly inexpensive. Marsel also told me some interesting stories about other places around Indonesia, and I will continue to use his services on future visits to Indonesia.

    His complete guide details are here:

    http://new.******************/marsel...60762391974373

    Double Click any of the 4 images at the above site to read the messages.

  4. #190

    Karimun Island, Kundur Island, Bintan Island ?

    Thanks William Saw.

    I would be interested in knowing much more about the following areas, I have only read a little about them on the Internet:

    Karimun Island / Tanjung Balai / Payar Labu / 14 km

    Kundur Island / Tanjung Batu / Batu Tujuh / 7 km

    Bintan Island / Tanjung Pinang / Batu Dua Puluh Empat / 24 km

    I would also be willing to pay a tour guide.

    Could you please contact me via http://asia-ventures-home.com/contact.htm

    Thanks,

    Iron Man 538

  5. #189
    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Man 538
    Question About Crime and Dangers on Batam:

    I would like to hear from any of you that have had long-term experience actually living on Batam, especially around Nagoya.

    How dangerous is Batam? I can only relate to Bangkok and Phnom Penh, as far as semi-dangerous places that I have lived long term. In Bangkok, there were no problems for me, as long as my company paid off the Thai Police and their gangster friends at regular intervals; Phnom Penh was a free for all back when I lived there, but I had Ben Wee to drive me around and he knew the ropes.

    I am considering relocating to Batam.

    I have no back channel capability here, so please contact me via my business web site:

    http://asia-ventures-home.com/contact.htm

    Thank you.
    batam is not that dangerious, it's too much corruption

    most of the people are poor, so they are there to hassle u
    if u drink too much and get drunk the gal will probably rob u
    and u will get up with only your pants.
    the gals will stick to u like glue if they know u havethe money
    and squeeze u as much as possible.
    if you are a bule there are lots of bule in batam most of them
    hang out at the pub area near or around the red cock/ice pub.
    as for moving to batam just for the pussy why not, it is
    cheaper than bangkok, but u will not be able to find much to do
    except fuck, if that is what u want its good. u can always travel
    to the other islands around batam like karimun/bintan and kundun
    island where the pussy is younger and much much cheaper than
    batm

  6. #188

    Crime and Dangers on Batam?

    Question About Crime and Dangers on Batam:

    I would like to hear from any of you that have had long-term experience actually living on Batam, especially around Nagoya.

    How dangerous is Batam? I can only relate to Bangkok and Phnom Penh, as far as semi-dangerous places that I have lived long term. In Bangkok, there were no problems for me, as long as my company paid off the Thai Police and their gangster friends at regular intervals; Phnom Penh was a free for all back when I lived there, but I had Ben Wee to drive me around and he knew the ropes.

    I am considering relocating to Batam.

    I have no back channel capability here, so please contact me via my business web site:

    http://asia-ventures-home.com/contact.htm

    Thank you.

  7. #187

    Atalanta

    Hi Guys,

    Any info on Atalanta?

    Thanks,

    SLB

  8. #186
    Quote Originally Posted by SteLateBloomer
    Hi Brother William,

    I guess its the same as TB and all. Go early and avoid lock out ha ha.

    How is your trip to TB?

    Cheers,

    SLB
    my trip same same, u know me drinks and gals, i dont go out of the hotel if necessary, what is there in balai. shopping what is there to buy, food too
    much sea food u get tired, so take pop mee hahahah.
    me i rather take my mp3 and my portable speaker go to the 4th floor
    of hotel gabion bring my wine or buy beer, sit down relax with a nice cewek
    enjoy the sea breeze and watch all the little boats coming and going.
    no karaoke for me sorry too loud.
    hope to see u soon

  9. #185

    Same goes to TB

    Quote Originally Posted by William Saw
    yeah thats right, go early, anyway batam got to HARBOUR BAY, nearer to NAGOYA
    Hi Brother William,

    I guess its the same as TB and all. Go early and avoid lock out ha ha.

    How is your trip to TB?

    Cheers,

    SLB

  10. #184
    Quote Originally Posted by SteLateBloomer
    Hi Guys,

    Just went to Batam last Thursday but was caught by the new computerised system over at the Singapore end. When I brought a ferry ticket, I was issued an electronic boarding card. It was very nice with all the required info on it. It stated the gate closing at 1. 30 pm. At the gantry gate, when I tapped the card reader, my watch was 1. 30 pm, however, the system time was l. 31 pm. Thus I was locked out by the system and was advised to take the next ferry. It was a waste of time. So dear brothers, please allow yourselves some time including queue time before the gate closes on you.

    Cheers,

    SLB
    Yeah thats right, go early, anyway Batam got to HARBOUR BAY
    nearer to NAGOYA.
    Last edited by Admin; 01-29-07 at 19:08.

  11. #183

    Computerised Check In System

    Hi Guys,

    Just went to Batam last Thursday but was caught by the new computerised system over at the Singapore end. When I brought a ferry ticket, I was issued an electronic boarding card. It was very nice with all the required info on it. It stated the gate closing at 1. 30 pm. At the gantry gate, when I tapped the card reader, my watch was 1. 30 pm, however, the system time was l. 31 pm. Thus I was locked out by the system and was advised to take the next ferry. It was a waste of time. So dear brothers, please allow yourselves some time including queue time before the gate closes on you.

    Cheers,

    SLB

  12. #182

    Trip to Tg Balai or Batam

    Dear Bro,

    I am still contemplating of either going to Tg Balai or to Batam next week. Anyone would like to go together? Or meet me there? If in Balai maybe I will stay in Himalaya. Will be going from Singapore on 1 February 2007.

    Please reply.

  13. #181
    Quote Originally Posted by Pure Land
    Hi William,

    About Batu Ampar and Harbor Bay (the new international ferry port), which one is closer and easier to go to Nogoya?

    Thanks
    batu ampar new ferry terminal is call harbor bay

  14. #180

    About Batu Ampar and Harbor Bay

    Quote Originally Posted by William Saw
    wavemaster is the only ferries now taking passenger to batu ampar which is very near to nagoya town which is about 5 minutes away
    compare to batam centre which is about half an hour away from nagoya and the taxi is 50,000 rupiah to nagoya town.

    at batu ampar u can take an ojak (motor cycle taxi) and be in town
    in five minutes
    Hi William,

    About Batu Ampar and Harbor Bay (the new international ferry port), which one is closer and easier to go to Nogoya?

    Thanks

  15. #179

    batu ampar batam

    wavemaster is the only ferries now taking passenger to batu ampar
    which is very near to nagoya town which is about 5 minutes away
    compare to batam centre which is about half an hour away from
    nagoya and the taxi is 50,000 rupiah to nagoya town.

    at batu ampar u can take an ojak (motor cycle taxi) and be in town
    in five minutes

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