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We just found the perfect island escape for your next holiday in Singapore

And no, it's not Sentosa. 

By Lily Kittisrikangwan | Jun 06, 2017

  • We just found the perfect island escape for your next holiday in Singapore
  • We just found the perfect island escape for your next holiday in Singapore
  • We just found the perfect island escape for your next holiday in Singapore
  • We just found the perfect island escape for your next holiday in Singapore
  • We just found the perfect island escape for your next holiday in Singapore
  • We just found the perfect island escape for your next holiday in Singapore
  • We just found the perfect island escape for your next holiday in Singapore
  • We just found the perfect island escape for your next holiday in Singapore
Your trips to Singapore are no longer restricted to cocktail bars and tapas joints. We have just found a 17-hectare private island resort which recently opened in March this year. 
 
Nine kilometers off the coast of Bintan, Cempedak Island is an adults-only resort surrounded by white sandy beaches and a rainforest, built by the same people as Nikoi Private Island, a popular escape for Singaporeans.
 
Vaulted ceilings, electric fans and no room keys give each villa a true barefoot luxury vibe, as do the spacious alcoves and bamboo walls—blending with nature and letting in the breeze. 
 
The resort features 20 one-bedroom pool villas generously spaced out along the southern half of the island for complete seclusion.
 
Measuring 150sqm, each two-story villa comes with an ensuite bathroom, private balcony, open-air deck, private plunge pool equipped with sun loungers, bar and second bathroom.
 
 

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Prices start from SGD450++/night (around B11,000), with daily board meals at SGD95 (B2,338) and based around seasonal Bintan produce. 
 
To get there, take a ferry from Singapore's Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal. See the map of how to get there here
 
Book now at www.cempedak.com
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