The Kelong Seafood Restaurant allows the guests to enjoy high quality seafood dishes while enjoying the sea breeze with a panoramic view of the South China Sea. This is located at the Western Coast of Nirwana Gardens. 

Abepura, Indonesia



The Kelong Seafood Restaurant allows the guests to enjoy high quality seafood dishes while enjoying the sea breeze with a panoramic view of the South China Sea. This is located at the Western Coast of Nirwana Gardens. 


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Indonesian , Seafood

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Opening Hours

11.00am – 10.30pm

Suitable For

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Family


JL. Panglima Pantar, Sebong Lagoi, Teluk Sebong, Sebong Lagoi, Kabupaten Bintan, Kepulauan Riau 29155, Indonesia



+65 6323 6636

  • 6 Unique Indonesian Food That Would Satisfy Your Taste Buds

    Among the many things Indonesia is famous for, Indonesian cuisine stands out in the most special way. Indonesian food culture is quite diverse and incorporates a lot of flavors and food items to create the most interesting dishes. That is why, if you are planning a visit to this part of the world, you might want to make a note of all the delicious Indonesian food that you definitely have to try. Take a look at some of the unique options of the Muslim-friendly dishes that HalalTrip has discovered so you can indulge your taste buds and experience the very best Indonesia has to offer!     Credits -   1) Soto Picture Credit - If you are looking for traditional food in Indonesia not to be missed, Soto should be on the top of your list. Sometimes considered Indonesia's national dish, Soto is a traditional soup that comes in variations of chicken, mutton, beef and even vegetables. You can even get various accompaniments with your dish - begedil (mashed potato patties), crackers, satay, quail eggs and much more. What's unique about this dish? This dish has diversified greatly within the country, with each city/town creating their own version and varieties by incorporating their specialty ingredients or flavors. One of the most interesting versions that can be found in Indonesia is the Soto Betawi, which is made with a creamy coconut milk base. Sure, it's rich and pretty unhealthy, but it's definitely worth a try.   2) Bakpau Picture Credit - Bakpau is a fine example of how other international cuisines, namely Chinese cuisine has influenced the Indonesian food culture. Originally Bakpau refers to a Chinese type of bun mostly filled with minced pork. But due to the large Muslim community in Indonesia, they have made their own unique version offered in minced beef, chicken, vegetarian or even sweet fillings making them some of the simplest, yet delicious Halal Indonesian food to try. Available at most street side vendors, you can easily find these delicious delights, so make sure you grab some to munch along as you explore the wonders of Indonesia.   3) Asinan sayur Picture Credit - If your taste buds are longing for a tingling sensation, Asinan sayur is an Indonesian delight that you definitely have to try. This dish can be described as a pickled vegetable salad but its unique flavor lies in the dressing. Asinan sayur is Indonesia's version of Korea's kimchi, which we all know has a strong and distinct flavor due to the fermentation process. The ingredients are similar - mainly cabbage and cucumber - and you can find Asinan sayur served in peanut sauce which is deliciously nutty. If you're feeling tangy, a sweet and sour chilli sauce version is also available, which is equally as good. You can easily find this delight at street vendors, or restaurants all over Indonesia.   4) Tahu Gejrot Picture Credit -   Tofu is often considered to be a poor man’s snack, and it is widely used in all sorts of food items prepared all across Indonesia. One such must eat local foods when you visit Indonesia is Tahu Gejrot. Enjoyed by the locals from young to old, Tahu Gejrot features fried bite-sized tofu soaked in sweet soy and chilli sauce. This delightful snack is served in a unique way - you are not given a fork, spoon or chopstick, but a wooden toothpick. Be sure not to drop these cute goodies while trying to get them into your mouth.   5) Lalab   Yet another of the Muslim-friendly food you should try in Indonesia is Lalab. This refreshing side dish that originated from West Java is a raw vegetable salad consisting of cabbage, cucumber, tomatoes, beans, and much more. Perfect for those who are on a diet, this extremely healthy dish is served with a yummy a spicy dipping sauce, more known as Sambal Terasi, that brings out the flavor of the fresh vegetables. It's definitely a different version of a traditional salad, and most people have it as a side dish with their main.   6) Gudeg   Picture Credit - Would you have guessed that Gudeg refers to an unripe jack fruit? It is a delicacy that is boiled for hours in coconut milk, palm sugar and several spices including garlic, galangal and bay leaves. Gudeg is often simply served with white rice, eggs, and chicken, and can be easily found across Indonesia at street vendors and restaurants. Don't be intimidated by its brownish color, it is actually pretty delicious and you can find either a sweet Yogyakarta version or spicy East-Javanese version.   That was our list of some Indonesian food that you should try on your trip to Indonesia. While you're indulging yourself in all-time-favorites satay, bakso and rendang, don't forget to give these 6 unique items a try!   ...

  • Day 3 in Bintan with Nabila Hatifa!

    Hi guys.. assalamualaikum   This is my 3rd day and i've got so many things to tell you!   Around 9am we checked out from Village Resort Grand Lagoi Bintan. We went out quite early because we got so many things to do on this day     First stop was Panglong Village at Berakit. This is a fisherman village, and this is our picture with a couple of kids there. They're seem so happy, such a really nice kids!     We gave them some snacks which we bought on our way here..   This is one of the houses in this Panglong Village.. We saw the fishing boat and also how to make the salted fish. interesting right?!     Then we headed to the boat making..      I'm so excited that i found a wood cabin by the sea.. you can chill and relax while staring at the beautiful ocean in front of you       Next stop we went to Penyengat Island. This island has some historical stories from the ancient ancestors of Riau. We went there by a boat..     Then we took 'becak' for strolling around this island   We visited the tomb of Haji Hamidah whom was the queen and also the tomb of the king's relatives      Then we visited the local traditional house of Melayu        This is quite a long day.. on our way back to our hotel. we stop by and had dinner at Restaurant Jawa Timur.     Finally arrived at The Canopi!!! this is what i've been waiting for..The hotel is so unique. I call it 'glam camp' , because we're in this hotel room but in a tent. Can you imagine it?    Alright.. now im gonna get some rest. Goodnight!       ...

  • Hike up these 5 Mountains for Indonesia’s Most Breathtaking Views

    While Indonesia is home to heaps of renowned man-made attractions, a trip to the country is truly incomplete without experiencing its stunning natural sites. There is no better way to take in Indonesia’s beautiful surroundings than to hike up one of its many mountains. Laden with volcanoes, Indonesia offers you the unique experience to climb up even active ones. Here’s our list of some of the best mountains to climb for breathtaking views! . Credits - Mount Bromo Mount Bromo, standing at a height of 2,329 metres, is one of Indonesia’s most famous mountains. Belonging to the massive Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park in East Java, Mount Bromo is part of the Tengger massif and is the one of the most popular and visited peaks of the massif. Mount Bromo also happens to be one of the world’s most active volcanoes, and thus some areas of it have been blocked off to tourists. The site of legends and myths, Mount Bromo offers dramatic landscapes that will make the journey up worth it. You must also make it a point to catch the sunrise over Mount Bromo from a vantage point on Mount Penanjakan. While hiking up Mount Bromo will not be as challenging as climbing some of the other mountains on this list, the trek may not be advisable for those with leg problems. The temperature also tends to get quite low at certain times, so don’t forget to take along some warm clothes, along with a camera to capture the breathtaking beauty of the area! . Kawah Ijen Crater One of the top spots for hikers is Kawah Ijen or the Ijen plateau, in the Banyuwangi Regency of East Java. The Ijen volcano complex consists of a group of stratovolcanoes, with the Gunung Merapi being the highest point of it. The Ijen volcano is an active volcano that is home to a famous kilometer wide turquoise sulfur crater lake which lies 2,148 metres above sea level. The sulfur-rich lake is the site of a sulfur mining operation; which means that while hiking up the crater, you may be able to see sulfur workers at their job. While hiking up to the crater rim is possible, the walk is quite steep and will take approximately 2 hours. The view from here is however magnificent, and when hiking at night, you may be able to experience the phenomenon of a glowing blue flame from the cracks of the crater - a result of the combustion of sulfuric gases. You are advised to take along a handkerchief to cover up your nose and mouth, to prevent yourself from inhaling the sulfuric gases. . Mount Rinjani Towering over the island of Lombok, within the Gunung Rinjani National Park, is the mighty Rinjani Mountain. This active volcano is the second highest volcano in Indonesia, rising to a height of 3,726 metres. By climbing to the top, you will be able to experience one of the most stunning views in the country. Green forests, gushing waterfalls, and the Segara Anak; a crescent-shaped lake within the mountain, all contribute to the breathtaking scenery. The hike will however not be easy. Surrounding Mount Rinjani are over 20 villages, all of which offer routes up the mountain. Main access is however offered from Senaru and Sembalun Lawang. For those who wish to climb to the summit of the volcano from Sembalun Lawang and end it in Senaru, the trek will take a whopping four days. You can check out a variety of trekking packages offered by the National Park of different rates and durations.  . Mount Batur Another worthy hike is the one up Mount Batur, in Batur village, in the Kintamani region of Bali. Set in a large crater that is 14 kilometres in diameter, Mount Batur is a sacred mountain, and is one of Bali’s top attractions due to this and its stunning setting. The active volcano stands at 1,717 metres above sea level, and it takes experienced and fit hikers over 2 hours to reach its summit. The best time to climb Mount Batur would be early in the morning, as the sunrise above the volcano is truly spectacular, making the long, tiring climb worthwhile. This trek is again recommended to those who are fit, as the trail can get quite steep. . Mount Semeru The popular mountain trekking destination of Mount Semeru is last on our list, but is certainly not the least in terms of the unique experience it offers. The highest mountain on the island of Java, rising to 3,676 metres above sea level, this active volcano is one that almost all mountaineers aspire to climb. You will be able to admire the jaw dropping scenery, and also witness regular ash explosions which occur every 10 to 20 minutes. The climb to the summit from the lowest camp takes about 7 hours, and is not advised for inexperienced climbers as it is quite demanding, but you are sure to enjoy the ethereal views of the surroundings, including the turquoise blue Ranu Kumbolo Lake, and the greenery that surrounds it, without even climbing to the top. Those who do decide to make the trek to the summit will have to climb throughout the night, and descend by around 10 am, as the wind direction shifts, and the poisonous gas that is emitted also shifts onto the route used by climbers. For more information on Indonesia please visit   Click here for an adventurous trip to Indonesia ...

  • 12 Indonesian Dishes One Must Try

    Picking an official Indonesian dish is hard due to the variety of flavors and dishes that are available in the entire archipelago. Depending on the situation of the region, the flavours and influences vary greatly. Whether it be Middle Eastern, Indian, Chinese or European, these dishes are complex in flavor, and leave you wanting more. Nasi Goreng and satay are probably the first things that come to mind when Indonesian food is mentioned. However, Tumpeng is actually named the official dish of Indonesia. A cone-shaped rice dish – like a mountain – with meat and vegetables on the side, the ministry described it as “the dish that binds the diversity of various Indonesian culinary traditions.” . 1) Rendang CNNGo readers voted this dish the most delicious in the world for a reason. Mostly beef – but sometimes made with liver, chicken, goat or other meat – the secret is in the broth. Cooked until the meat has soaked up all the flavours of the gravy and dried up, Rendang has you drooling for more! . 2) Nasi Rawon Rawon is popular in East Java and uses the keluak nut to get its deep brown colour and nutty flavours. This is best soaked up with rice. . 3) Satay Mostly understood as chicken in peanut sauce, satay is actually just grilled chicken. The peanut sauce is however a staple in street food in Indonesia. . 4) Siomay Indonesia’s version of dumplings, topped with the traditional peanut sauce. These steamed fish dumplings are often served with potatoes, cabbage, egg, and sometimes bitter gourd. . 5) Bakso Bakso – or Baso – are golf ball sized meatballs (or bigger) made from chicken, beef, or even pork in some parts, that are a favourite amongst students. It is served with noodles or rice, vegetables, and tofu, and wontons, and garnished with shallots. . 6) Gado-Gado Here comes the peanut sauce again! Literally translated as “mix-mix”, gado-gado is a vegetable salad dressed in the classic peanut sauce. . 7) Indomie This might be a surprising entry on this list, but it is a food that Indonesia lives by! The easiest and tastiest meal made to-go, Indomie has such a large variety of flavours that one will never tire of instant noodles! . 8) Nasi Goreng One of the most popular dishes from this culture, it literally means “fried rice”, and it is some of the best fried rice the world has had. Getting its flavor from a dark soy sauce called kecap (pronounced ketchup), it keeps the balance with acar, pickled cucumber and carrots. . 9) Sayur Asem Indonesians show off their culinary skills with fried chicken to rival KFC. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, this dish will have you wiping your plate clean. . 10) Pempek, aka Empek-Empek Famous in South Sumatra, pempek is made from fish and tapioca and sprinkled with shrimp powder, and now comes in various shapes and sizes. The most popular one, kapal selam, literally meaning “submarine”, contains a chicken egg in the middle. Set your taste buds alight with cuka - a dark dipping sauce made from vinegar, chilli and sugar. . 11) Nasi Uduk Popular with lunchtime crowds due to its speed and price, this dish revolves around rice cooked in coconut milk and served with a variety of meats and vegetables. The standard side dishes includes fried chicken, tempe (soybean cake), boiled egg and anchovies, and is topped with emping (melinjo nut crackers). . 12) Martabak The Indonesian version of pancakes, this dessert is usually only sold in the evenings. Pick from sweet fillings of chocolate, cheese or peanuts, or go savoury with egg and minced meat. Savoury martabak is crispy too, and served with pickled cucumber and sweet and sour vinegar. . Whether you’re a foodie or a newbie, Indonesian food will tickle your taste buds and will make you curious to try more!   . Click here for more useful travel information on Indonesia!   ...

  • 10 Facts You Didn't Know About Indonesia

    Indonesia is an exotic travel destination home to stunning beaches, active volcanoes, picture-perfect paddy fields and a wealth of attractions and scenery that make it paradise for holidaymakers. Listed below are a few interesting facts about the destination that you may not have known. . 1) The World's Largest Archipelago Comprising a total of over 18,000 islands, Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. Three of Indonesia's islands - Guinea, Borneo and Sumatra – are also included amongst the 10 largest islands in the world. . 2) Over 700 Indigenous Languages Spoken Though Bahasa Indonesia is the official language of the country, over 700 languages are spoken across Indonesia – making it the world's second largest multilingual population, behind Papua New Guinea. . 3) The World’s Largest Muslim Majority Nation The population of Indonesia is estimated to be nearly 250 million, with Muslims comprising over 87% of Indonesia's population – making it the largest Muslim majority nation in the world. . 4) Jakarta Is The World’s Largest Population Centre Located on the island of Java, the massive busting capital of Indonesia – Jakarta – is the country's economic, cultural and political centre. . 5) Rich Colonial History Throughout history, many countries were drawn to Indonesia due to its prime location and exotic resources. The Dutch were the first to colonize Indonesia in the early 17th century, followed by Japan who occupied the islands from 1942 to 1945. . 6) Nasi Goreng Is The National Dish Indonesian cuisine is loved for its intense flavours and vibrance. Nasi goreng is considered to be the country's national dish while other popular dishes include satay, beef rendang, siomay and pempek. . 7) Home To The Most Number Of Active Volcanoes Indonesia is home to over 150 active volcanoes – more than any other in the world – as well as the world’s largest volcanic lake - Danau Toba. Many sites are now popular tourist attractions and can be visited by travellers. . 8) Home To The Largest Flower In The World The Rafflesia – the world's largest flower – is found in many of Indonesia's rainforests. The flower is also known as the "corpse flower" due to its appearance and strong smell of rotting flesh. . 9) Home To The World's Most Extensive Coral Reefs Indonesia's coral reefs are a global treasure, with the destination being home to around 18% of the world's total coral reefs. These spectacular reefs are considered to be amongst the world's top natural wonders. . 10) Tropical Climate With Two Seasons Indonesia is a tropical country located along the equator and features just two distinct seasons - the dry season from April to October and the monsoon season from November to March. The dry season is generally the best time for a visit. . For more information on Indonesia please visit . ...

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