Hong Kong is divided into four sections: Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories, and the numerous outlying islands. One hundred sixty-four square miles of dense real estate dominate Hong Kong Island, including enormous skyscrapers with futuristic architecture, opulent hotels, residential compounds on Victoria Peak, and some of the oldest Chinese communities in the region. All these elements create one of the most exotic and exciting ports of call in the world; one that is universally loved by tourists and its own enterprising citizens.
The most popular destination in the country, Bali’s breathtaking beauty is what draws travelers to the island’s magnificent shores. Surrounded by vibrant reefs close to shore, snorkeling from the white sand beaches of the south is a must-do. The fertile, volcanic nature of the island supports a lush, tropical flora. Renowned for its highly sophisticated art forms, including, sculpture, painting, woodcarving, and performing arts.
A commercial port located halfway between Jakarta and Surabaya, along Java’s north central coast, many of the island’s most important exports, including tobacco, sugar, rubber, coffee, and cacao are shipped through Semarang. Because of its accessibility to the island’s interior, it is an ideal gateway to numerous coffee plantations and the spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site of Borobudur.
Malaysia’s modern capital city. A blend of native Malaysian, Chinese Imperial, and European influences has created a city that is as breathtakingly beautiful as it is alive with culture. Replete with fine dining, a fertile arts community and plenty of nightlife, Kuala Lumpur has earned a reputation as a must-see world destination.
The city boasts 600 years of history, which can be found around every corner. The buildings and architecture inherited from centuries of Portuguese, Dutch and British rule give off an unmistakable Old World vibe. As a mix of old and new, Malacca is your gateway to experiencing mouth-watering cuisine, unique heritage and witnessing various customs and cultures of its people.
Ever since its founding over two centuries ago, Penang has been a favored destination of travelers for both its scenic beauty and places of ethnic and historic significance. Today, Penang is one of the most culturally diverse destinations in Malaysia. Established in 1786 as a trading post by the British, the island is a contemporary metropolis with old world charm, offering the best of both worlds while maintaining its illustrious, rich heritage.
Bangkok is one of the most contemporary cities in Asia that has never lost its Thai charm, with the museums, temples, food and, of course, people that make Bangkok both quintessentially Thai and culturally diverse.
Twenty years ago, only a few intrepid backpackers visited the island. Today, Koh Samui is a cosmopolitan melting pot, attracting budget travellers staying for a month or two in simple beachside fan bungalows, to the mega rich, dropping in for a weekend at a luxury resort or a villa by the sea.
Phuket, nestled in the balmy Andaman Sea waters, lies 536 miles south of Bangkok. Initially, Phuket derived its wealth from tin and rubber, and enjoyed a rich and colorful history. Located on a major trade route between India and China, Phuket was frequently mentioned in foreign trader’s ship logs. Blessed with a natural heritage of stunning white-sand beaches, sapphire blue seas, exotic marine life and lushly forested hillsides, Phuket is one of Southeast Asia’s most popular destinations.
Ho Chi Minh City
The port of Phu My (pronounced Foo Me) is the gateway to Ho Chi Minh City and the seaside resort of Vung Tau. From Phu My you can discover the fascinating tunnel network at Cu Chi, used by the Viet Cong during the war. At their height they stretched from the South Vietnamese capital to the Cambodian border. The port of Phu My also leads to the vibrant and exciting Ho Chi Minh City, also know as Saigon where you can immerse yourself in unique colors, aromas, and sights.
Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore
61 Marina Coastal Drive
Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal
Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal (TMFT)
The Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal was built in 1995. In 2007 the terminal underwent a S$3 million renovation to improve the space to better serve its passengers and customers. Currently 4 berths serve regional ferries that travel to destinations to the South and East of Singapore, including:
– Nongsapura, Batam
– Pulau Lobam, Bintan
– Tanjung Pinang, Bintan
– Telok Sebong (Bintan Resorts), Bintan
Getting to and from
For easy convenience and prompt transfers to your intended destination, you may engage the terminal’s only authorized limousine service managed by SMRT Taxis Pte Ltd. The rate per transfer to any destinations in Singapore is priced at SGD $50.00. Limousine bookings can be made at the Level 1 Main Concourse Limousine Counter (outside Arrival Hall).
The SBS Bus service number 35 is available from the terminal and will connect you to the nearest bus interchange at Bedok which will in turn connect you to many different parts of Singapore. It will also connect you to the MRT train stations at Bedok and Tanah Merah which will also connect you to different parts of Singapore including the airport (from Tanah Merah MRT Station)
SBS Transit Hotline
@ 1800-287 2727
By MRT (Subway Train)
Alight at either Bedok or Tanah Merah MRT Station and take SBS Service number 35 to the Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal.
SBS Transit Hotline
@ 1800-287 2727
By taxis and car
You can also take a taxi or car from SCC@TM to the city which is about 15 – 20mins away depending on the traffic condition and it’s about 5 – 10 mins to the airport. All taxis in Singapore are metered and you will pay accordingly to the meter and all peak hour surcharges will be reflected in your receipts.
|Food & Beverages|
|Killiney Kopitiam (Departure-Transit)||TC25|
|Sea World Cafeteria||#01-10 & #01-14|
|Duty Free Shop (Liquor, Tobacco, Chocolate & Perfume)|
|Ocean Duty Free(Departure-Transit)||#01-04E|
|Ocean Duty Free(Arrival-Transit)||#01-07A|
|Money Changer & Convenience Stores|
|Anua Group Money Exchangers||#01-20|
|Sea World Collections||#01-23|
|Ferry Operator & Travel Agents|
|Bintan Lagoon Resort||#01-17|
|Bintan Resort Ferries||#01-21|
|New Century Tours Corporation||#01-22|
|PT Ria Bintan||#01-18A|
|Sales & Marketing Office|
|SMRT Taxis||Opposite Taxi Stand|
|Ixora CIP Lounge||#01-03|
|Budi Jasa Enterprise||#01-22A|
Link to map
for schedules and booking
Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal is located at the south-eastern of Singapore. It is just 6.83 kilo-metre from Singapore Changi Airport to Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal.
Tanah Merah ferry terminal is another entry point for regional ferries entering to and departing from Singapore. It is the main access point to neighbour Island destinations, namely Batam NongsaPura, Bintan Resort, Tanjung Pinang & Malaysia Pengelih.
BatamFast depart daily to Batam NongsaPura Ferry Terminal, please refer to home page for departure schedule.
Batamfast Ferry Schedule
with effect from 8 May 2014
|08:55 1||08:00 32|
|11:00 32||10:00 32|
- 1 Service only on SAT, SUN, and Singapore Public Hols.
- 2 No service on Wednesday.
- 3 Subject to confirmation.
- 4 Service only on SAT and SUN.