Bintan Weather April Averages, Indonesia

    • Temperature Temperature 28°C 82°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 31°C 88°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 24°C 75°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 7 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 199 mm
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 29°C 84°F

    Bintan Weather for April 2020

    What's the weather like in Bintan in April

    April in Bintan, one of the last months in the long and wet monsoon season, tends to be quite warm and humid, with humidity at around 83%. Because of the resort's tropical location in the Riau archipelago in Indonesia, not too far from Singapore, temperatures are warm to hot throughout the entire year and rainfall is plentiful as well.


    With an overall average temperature of 28°C, April is one of the hottest months of the yeart must be taking into consideration, though, that the annual low average temperature is 26°C in January, which isn't really that much lower. The temperatures are extremely constant and high in Bintan. With afternoon high temperatures around 31°C and nighttime low temperatures of 24°C, this resort is essentially warm all day every day. It is strongly recommended to make sure that your room has air-conditioning when visiting Bintan in Aprilnd any other month, for that matter.

    Sea Temperature

    Swimming in the sea is a delight all-year round. In April, the sea temperature averages 29°C, which is so high that it might not even provide the refreshment that you're after in the afternoon. Luckily, you can always rely on the late afternoon rain showers or thunderstorms to cool the resort and yourself down.


    The total amount of precipitation in April is 199mm, about the same as in May. Rainfall tends to occur in the afternoon in the form of either thunderstorms or moderate rain. Thunderstorms are the most common type of rainfall this time of year, occurring on 49% of the days that experience rainfall. Moderate rain is observed on 40% of those days. Light rain may be experienced as well, but at 9% is far less likely. The chance that it will rain decreases in the course of the month. In the beginning of April, the chance of rainfall is 64%; at the end, it has dropped to 53%.


    Cloud cover also decreases, from 54% to 46%, allowing for plenty of sunshine to hit the island's beaches.

    Sunshine Hours

    This month, there are 7 hours of sunshine per day on averageuite high considering that this is still the monsoon season. Although diving won't be possible yet because of the high amounts of rainfall and stronger winds, swimming and sunbathing are definitely a popular activity in this resort in Aprilnd pretty much all the other months as well.

    Bintan Hotels for April

    The exclusive Indra Maya Pool Villas is a resort that's made up of 7 gorgeous poolside villas. They're situated on a hillside and overlook the beautiful northwest coast of the island and the South China Sea. If you're looking for a getaway accommodation, this is it. Each of the villas has its own private pool, large indoor spaces and an outdoor courtyard, a kitchen, and dining and living rooms.

    Located about halfway between the international airport and the hub of business on the island, the Aston Tanjung Pinang Hotel & Conference Center is a stylish modern four-star hotel. It has 162 well-equipped rooms, a pub, a gym, a pizza corner, a few shops and a pool.

    A luxury resort to stay at during your April holiday is Mayang Sari Beach Resort. Hidden in a sheltered cove amid lush natural greenery, this is a great retreat for a weekend away from, say, Singapore or a week or two of complete relaxation. This resort aims to make you feel at home immediately upon arrivalou get a welcome drinks and will find a fruit basket in your room. You can start your morning with a buffet breakfast and spend the rest of the day taking use of the complimentary massage, game of bowling and/or Wi-Fi.

    Bintan Beaches for April

    There are essentially two beach areas on Bintan Island. The most popular and exclusive one is found along the north coast. This is where Bintan Resorts is located, a collection of mostly Singaporean-owned luxury resorts boasting all possible facilities and services you can wish for. All these resorts have their own section of the beach, sometimes up to two kilometres long. Those beaches are nothing less than gorgeous, while water sports facilities are abundant.

    The other beach area is on the east coast. Set around Pantai Trikora, this is a much more laidback, affordable and quiet area than the main resort area up north. Accommodations are available as well, but boast fewer stars than those luxury resorts. This is definitely the bestnd most beautifuleach for simple relaxation, even solitude, and scenery.

    Bars and Restaurants

    If you stay at the above-mentioned Mayang Sari Beach Resort, you will at some point find yourself in the Spice Restaurant. This is the resort's main restaurant, as well as one of the top restaurants on the entire island of Bintan. Overlooking the resort's beach and waterfront, Spice Restaurant has a menu featuring traditional Indonesian dishes and Indian food. From chicken cheese kebabs and lamb rack tandoori to spiced fish curry and flavoured ice creams with a touch of spices, this restaurant is the place to be for spicy food. Additionally, it also serves some typical dishes from other parts of Southeast Asia.

    Things to do in Bintan in April 

    Venturing out into the countryside in Bintan, you will quickly come to understand Bintan has evolved into two well-defined regions, referred to as the Southern Zone and the Northern Zone.

    These regions are distinctive in the culture and day-to-day life that is common to each zone. Discovering the differences between the two would go far to helping visitors understand the diverse cultures that Bintan has, due to its rich history. While you will see roots of the indigenous culture, you will also see traces of European culture, such as the Dutch and British who both had colonies on the island at some point.

    Most residents of Bintan are Muslim, so understanding just a few basics of the Muslim culture will go a long way toward a smooth visit. Since Muslim's do not drink alcohol it is not widespread in Bintan, even among visitors in very public places. You can get a drink in a bar, but it is considered impolite to drink in the presence of a Muslim, so be aware of your surroundings and the company you are in. On the subject of drinking, you may want to stick to bottled water or other drinks while in Bintan, as much of the water is not safe to drink, except in the nicer resorts. Speaking of resorts, they all do have bars and restaurants serving alcohol.

    In addition to the largest city on the island, Tanjung Pinang, you might also want to pay a visit to Tanjung Uban, located on the northwest coast. The centre of urbanity is home to many restaurants, hotels and resorts, and a picturesque seaside boardwalk great place to catch the sunset, which, because of the often semi-cloudy skies in April, tend to be rather spectacular.

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