Nelayan Sei Nam Seafood Restaurant is not too far from the airport. It allows their guests to enjoy a good meal over beautiful ambience for a reasonable price. 

Tanjung Pinang, Indonesia



Nelayan Sei Nam Seafood Restaurant is not too far from the airport. It allows their guests to enjoy a good meal over beautiful ambience for a reasonable price. 


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Seafood, Asian, Fusion, Indonesian

Halal Assurance

Not sure

Opening Hours

9:00 am - 10:00 pm

Suitable For

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Family


Jln. Usman Harun No. 31 | Teluk Keriting, Tanjung Pinang, Riau Islands Province 29113, Indonesia


+62 771 23357

  • Discover the natural beauty of Indonesia

    Indonesia is a country rich in diversity and natural wonders. With 18,110 islands, 6,000 of them inhabited, Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world. It has many magnificent islands waiting to be explored and promises an experience filled with adventure, relaxation, culinary delights and beautiful memories. Among the top tourist attractions in Indonesia, there are several places to observe Indonesia’s natural beauty.  Read on to learn more about these natural beauty spots in Indonesia so you can plan a visit to some or all of them during your Halal Trip to Indonesia. Venture off the well-worn tourist trail and uncover some of these extraordinary sights! Credit -   1.Komodo Island, East Nusa Tenggara Located in East Nusa Tenggara, Komodo Island is one of Indonesia destinations. Komodo Island features some beautiful beaches and wild bushes. There is so much to do on the many islands around Komodo and most of these islands are uninhabited with exotic beaches. The blue skies and calm seas make it a perfect location for sunbathing or diving. The best attraction in Komodo Island is indeed the Komodo dragons. The dragons are native to Indonesia, and Komodo Island is one of the several places where they can be found living in the wild. The Komodo Natural Park is a protected site in Indonesia, and it has become illegal to hunt or harm these deadly dragons. With the permission of the local government, local and foreign tourists alike can visit the islands every year.   2. Gili Islands, Lombok Lombok is the most famous place in Indonesia for sunbathing, diving and snorkelling. It has villas with such a romantic panorama, that there is no way to forget them while making a list of most wonderful places in Indonesia. Lombok has the stunning beaches of Indonesia. Fringed by white sand beaches and blue water, the complex of three small and isolated islands named Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air bears have unique scenic appeal. This is a perfect site to spend hours of your Halal Travel to Indonesia as there are many places to stay. Besides adventure sports like snorkelling, surfing and diving, you can go island hopping, fishing and tour in glass-bottom boats. Else, just chill out in a beachside cafe or shack with your significant other.   3. Raja Ampat, Papua Raja Ampat, meaning Four Kings, is an archipelago comprising islands Waigeo, Misool, Salawati, and Batanta, besides 1500 minor ones. Located in the western part of Papua Island in Indonesia Part, Raja Ampat is one of the Indonesia's most famous attractions. The culture in Raja Ampat society, as elsewhere, is a mix of indigenous cultures and the descendants of successive waves of migration from outside the area which began in ancient times and continues to this day. The awe-inspiring backdrop of steep, forested islands, sizzling beaches, and marshy lagoons, small atolls looking like mushrooms and shining turquoise water makes the place a perfect delight for travellers. The area is rich in marine flora and fauna diversity including rare species of corals. That’s why Raja Ampat is one of the best tourist attractions in Indonesia. When getting here, do be careful as you will have to pass several rivers and you might also have to climb some big slippery rocks. Other than that feel free to explore the area to your heart’s content and fully appreciate it's magnificence. 4. Bali Island We know of Bali as a beach haven, a place for rest, relaxation and a great tan. Travelling to Bali is alluring to visitors in search of sea and sun. Indonesian culture in Bali is unique, don’t worry you can take a tour package to explore Bali and learn about their culture. Few people don’t know the hidden side of Bali, places that could take your travel adventures to the next level. If you don’t experience the extraordinary, you’ll never know what you’ve been missing out. Have you ever started planning a trip with your friends and family, then got lost and had no clue what to include in your itinerary? Whether you’re in Bali with friends, family or with your couple for a honeymoon, there are endless activities available in Bali so you know you’ll never be bored. Some of the best places to visit in Bali are Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, Mount Batur, Pura Luhur Uluwatu, Kuta Beach, Sanur Beach, Tanah Lot Temple, Ubud Monkey Forest, Elephant Safari Park North Ubud, and etc. Now you know the secrets to a super fun and photogenic vacation in Bali. You can also find Halal Tours to Bali to serve Muslim travellers around the world.   5. Bintan, Riau Islands Province Part of the Riau Islands Province, Bintan Island is ideal for sports and recreation. The unique side of Bintan is that it offers the perfect getaway with its high-end resorts, world-class golf courses, and refreshing coastal atmosphere. There are plenty of photography spots with a beautiful panoramic view in Bintan, such as street art at Tanjung Pinang, Louhan Temple, Trikora Beach, Calypso Bar-Nirwana Gardens, Sultan of Riau’s Grand Mosque, and Sky Lantern-Bintan Lagoon Resort. As most resorts face the beach, you can easily avail these activities in the water sports centres of Bintan. November to March are ideal for boogie boarding, windsurfing, and longboarding as the north-easterly winds give the water a perfect swell that is a surfer’s delight. On the other hand, April to October sees calmer waters that make it ideal for jet skiing, water skiing, and, of course, diving and snorkelling. Don’t forget to get shopping when you visit Bintan. You will find Bintan’s capital, Tanjung Pinang – a small and friendly town – to be a great hub for trying out local food, picking up souvenirs, and learning about the island’s culture. There's been so much hype about Indonesia. So pack your bags and discover the natural beauty of Indonesia! ...

  • 6 Truly Indonesian Dishes to Try When in Bintan

    Indonesian cuisine is one of the most delicious cuisines in the world that is widely known for its richness in spice and flavor. Being only a 60 minutes catamaran ferry ride away, Bintan is the ideal getaway to relax your mind and treat your taste buds. Here’s a list of the top dishes we recommend to try the next time you’re in Bintan. It would be a culinary sin to miss out on them!   1) Indomie Similar to Maggi or Ramen, Indomie is the largest manufacturer of instant noodles in Indonesia. It also refers to the dish itself and holds a special place in the hearts of Indonesians. Local restaurants are known to serve Indomie with a side of vegetables, sausage and a fried egg on top. Pictured above is Indomie goreng with fried egg and sausages which we highly recommend at Warung Yeah in Plaza Lagoi. Of course, the variations are endless but one thing’s guaranteed for Indonesians – it tastes like home. So, make sure to make a pit stop at Warung Yeah or Pujasera food stalls in Bintan to try out this tasty local treat. Also, pick up a few packets from the local convenience stores to bring home as a yummy souvenir!     2) Hidang Style Nasi Padang Walk into a Nasi Padang restaurant and you won’t be handed a menu. Instead, mouthwatering local dishes are spread out on the table in front of you. This mini buffet style is what they call “hidang” and you will be charged only for the dishes you eat.  Following the traditions of the Minangkabau people (an ethnic group indigenous to the Minangkabau Highlands of West Sumatra), visitors are served a variety of dishes which includes some of the must tries in Indonesia, such as Gulai and Rendang Padang. Gulai is a succulent, thick and spicy coconut-based gravy that is typically yellowish in color and is usually cooked with some type of meat. Rendang Padang entails beef or mutton that is slow-cooked over a duration of up to seven hours and is much drier and darker in color than normal Rendang in neighboring countries. In Bintan, have a taste of this authentic Indonesian cuisine at Lamak Basamo in Plaza Lagoi or Sederhana Nasi Padang in Tanjung Pinang.     3) Ayam Goreng Kalasan Indonesia’s Ayam Goreng Kalasan is fried braised chicken served with steamed rice, cucumber, sweet basil and sambal bajak. What makes this dish truly Indonesian is the accompaniment of sambal bajak - a hot sauce typically made from a mixture of a variety of chili peppers, shrimp paste, fish sauce and vinegar. Better known as sambal belachan in its neighboring countries, sambal bajak is commonly eaten in Indonesia with fried foods as a condiment.  Named after its place of origin in Kalasan, Yogyakarta, the Ayam Goreng Kalasan is popular for its bumbu seasoning which seeps into the tender meat. Try it out at Spice Restaurant while you’re in Bintan!     4) Sate Sate is a grilled skewered meat served with delicious dipping sauce made from soy and peanuts. Sate is also popular in its neighboring countries but Indonesian sate is often coated in the peanut gravy before being served. Sate Madura is one type of sate variant that is popular among Indonesians. It uses thinner chunks of meat as compared to other sates and its black sauce contains kecap manis (sweet soya sauce) – an Indonesian favorite. Try out the local delicacy at Banyan Tree’s Treetops Restaurant with a view.     5) Otak-otak Otak-Otak is a grilled fish cake that is served using banana leaves, made from a mixture of grounded seafood (fish/squid/prawns), scallions, garlic, and coconut milk which is then bound together using tapioca starch. ‘Otak’ is the word for brains in Indonesian, the idea being that the whiteish gray colour and spongy texture of the dish resembles brains. Otak-Otak can also be found in a few other Southeast Asian countries, but those tend to be brighter in color and different in taste, depending on the ingredients and recipe used. One of the best Otak Otak can be found along the streets of Kawal, a local Bintan fishery.     6) Ayam Bakar Bumbu Kecap  The term ‘Ayam Bakar’ translates to roasted chicken, which is usually grilled over hot charcoal. While you will be able to find delicious roast chicken all over the world, what makes the Ayam Bakar one of the top dishes in Bintan is the Bumbu Kecap spice mix that it is marinated in. This spice mixture is made by grinding up shallot, ginger and garlic, chili, tamarind, candlenut, and plenty of sweet soy sauce (kecap manis). It is usually served with sambal kecap, a sweet and spicy dipping sauce that is the perfect accompaniment. Village Resort Grand Lagoi, Bintan serves up a mean Ayam Bakar Bumbu Kecap for lunch so head over there for a taste of Bintan’s finest!     ...

  • 5 Reasons to Visit Bintan's Beautiful Penyengat Island

    The gorgeous Pulau (Island) Penyengat is a must-visit on your next trip to Bintan and here are our top 5 reasons why!   1) Delve into Riau’s History of the Malay Kingdom   If you are a history buff or just interested in learning a bit more about the history of Bintan, you must not miss a visit to Penyengat Island. Dating all the way back to the 18th century, this tiny island is jam-packed with important historical sites that have been preserved from the Malay Riau Kingdom. Learn stories about the ancient kings and the historical significance of Penyengat Island.    2)  Take a Ride on the Pompong   Located about 6 km from Tanjung Pinang, the best way to visit Penyengat Island is by a 10 minute boat ride. Also affectionately known as “pompong” amongst locals, the small motorized boat offers an opportunity to experience first-hand how locals commute between Penyengat island and Tanjung Pinang. The pompong typically departs when it’s full but the boat can also be rented one-way for a more private trip.  Soak in the scents and sights of the seawater and approaching colourful houses on Penyengat Island as the boat approaches the island. Among them lies the bright green and yellow hues of the island’s icon – Masjid Raya Sultan Riau.    3) Explore the Island on a Becak   Given that the island only spans a 2-km distance and has roads that too are narrow to fit most four-wheeled vehicles, the best way to get around the island is by becak, which is a motorized 3 wheeled vehicle. Riding around the island on the becak is a fun and novel experience that cannot be missed especially for city dwellers.   4)  Uncover the Jewel of the Island – The Grand Mosque   The Masjid Raya Sultan Riau Penyengat (Grand Mosque of Sultan Riau) is also commonly referred to as the ‘Jewel of the Island’. Built in the 1800s, this historical mosque is one of the oldest mosques in Bintan Island. Located near the entrance of the main prayer hall, you can find a rare handwritten Quran manuscript that is said to be over 150 years old!    Another pull factor which makes this mosque unique is its Dutch and Malay influence architecture style. Interestingly, the mosque was built using a mixture of egg whites, lime, sand and clay! The egg whites were gifts from the Sultan’s loyal subjects on the occasion of his wedding which proved to be a strong bonding agent that has supported the structure till today.   5) Discover Grand Historical Sites   Penyengat Island and its historical sites have been nominated and are pending listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Beside the iconic Masjid Raya Sultan Riau, visit Bukit Kursi Fort which used to be a defence fort. Today, there are replicas of 8 rusting cannons that stay true to its original structure. A short walk up the site will reveal a spectacular view of these canons casting their glances over the sea.   A visit to the tombs of Raja Ali Haji and Raja Ali Fisabililah – the two most important figures in Riau history – is not to be missed. Raja Ali Haji is a poet and scholar who composed the verses of Gurindam Dua Belas and standardized the Malay language as we know it today. Drop by the custom hall which is a replica of the Malay Traditional House of the past. Once inside, admire the spatial Malay custom fixtures and artefacts. Not far from there lies the tomb of Raja Ali Fisabililah – a National hero and namesake of Bintan’s airport.      ...

  • Notable Mosques to Visit on your Next Trip to Bintan

    Muslim travelers visiting Bintan need not worry about finding mosques or prayer facilities when visiting the island. Bintan’s population is predominantly Muslim and not only are the mosques easy to locate with the help of locals but are also worth a day trip down to have an insider’s look into the local Muslim community and the island’s rich history.    Masjid Al-Muhajirin Masjid Al Muhajirin is the biggest mosque in Bintan resorts and it can hold about 1,500 people at any single time! Following a short walk down the trail, you will find the mosque nestled amongst beautiful surrounding of lush trees and plants. The mosque is a place where travelers can find solace and enjoy the serenity and tranquility of the quiet surroundings amidst the local community.   What is unique about the mosque is its Javanese-style and classic open architecture with outdoor study areas for students learning the Quran and religious studies. Depending on the time you are there, you may even get to see the children huddled around for lessons. Masjid Al-Muhajirin is easily accessible via taxi or car. Keep an eye out for the huge boulder that spots the mosque’s name engraved in Arabic!     Address: Jalan Kota Kapur, Sebong Lagoi, Telok Lagoi, Bintan Regency 29155, Riau Island, Indonesia   Masjid Raya Sultan Riau The Grand Mosque, or Masjid Raya Sultan Riau is the jewel of the island as it is one of the oldest and most historical mosques on Penyengat Island. Masjid Raya Sultan Riau is located on Penyengat Island which is a short 10-minute boat ride away from Tanjung Pinang. The mosque’s yellow and green façade is a beautiful blend of Javanese and Dutch architecture. Interestingly, a large part of the mosque was made of eggs which were gifts from the Sultan’s loyal subjects on the occasion of his wedding.     Since its construction in 1832, the building’s original shape and form has not been altered. What is special about the mosque is a handwritten Al-Quran manuscript that greets visitors at the main entrance of the prayer hall. Preserved and displayed carefully in a glass case, the manuscripts were written by the prince of Penyengat Island in 1867.   -- Apart from the mosques, there are plenty of public prayer facilities available in Bintan Resorts. Below are few tips on where they are and how to find them at Plaza Lagoi and Treasure Bay Bintan.   Prayer Room at Plaza Lagoi Plaza Lagoi is a Muslim-friendly shopping mall located in the heart of Lagoi Bay. Apart from the collection of Indonesian gifts, cultural artifacts, clothing outlets and Halal food, prayer facilities are also available at Plaza Lagoi. Located at 1st floor B Block Plaza Lagoi next to toilet, the prayer room is equipped with ablution facilities. Not only is the prayer room open to public, its location makes it easily accessible to Muslim shoppers during prayer times.       Prayer Room at Treasure Bay Bintan   Muslim travelers heading to Crystal Lagoon for water activities or just relaxing at Chill Cove will be glad to know that Treasure Bay Bintan has a public prayer room. Now, you can have fun without having to worry!       ...

  • Day 4 in Bintan with Nabila Hatifa!

    Hi everyone..   Sadly this is my last day in Bintan. I hate saying goodbye to everyone and to this beautiful place.   I woke up quite early, because I wanted to enjoy my last morning in The Canopi. It was so relaxing and calming.       The view as usual was really beautiful.. i like the color tone of this resort, it all wraps in a neutral color. So I decided to have a mini photo session with my mom haha..   Then i went back to my room and prepared my luggage and grabbed some breakfast because we were supposed to checkout at 9am.     This was me saying my farewell to the rest of the group.. well, it's until we meet again guys :)   We headed to Tanjung Pinang airport. The airport was clean and the officer was so nice :)   Finally.. we've come to an end! well, i wanted to say thankyou HalalTrip for the opportunity and the experience, it was lovely, and also Bintan Resorts for such a warm and amazing hospitality. I will definitely will be back soon, you guys should too!   Salam, NabilaHatifa     ...

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