Bintan Weather February Averages, Indonesia

    Bintan Weather for February 2020

    What's the weather like in Bintan in February

    February in Bintan falls in the northeast monsoon season and tends to be very warm and humid, with humidity at around 82%. February is also slightly breezy, which offers relief from the sometimes unbearable afternoon heat.

    Temperature

    In the afternoon, the temperatures average 30°C, with very minimal variation throughout the month. The mercury doesn't fall below the average low of 23°C at night, which is the coolest that the nights ever get in Bintanhe same "cool" nights can also be enjoyed in January and March. Make sure to get yourself a room with air-conditioning when vacationing in this tropical destination in Indonesia, just across from Singapore. The overall average temperature is 27°C, a temperature that remains essentially constant all-year round.

    Sea Temperature

    Another temperature that doesn't exactly vary much is the sea temperature. In February, it averages 27°C, which is the "coldest" ever sea temperature in this region. It is one to three degrees warmer during the rest of the year. While swimming is definitely more than comfortable, diving is not a recommended activity this time of year, due to the rainy weather.

    Rainfall

    It's the monsoon season and rainfall in February is very common. You may expect rain showers pretty much every dayalthough the total amount of rainfall is just 67mm, the annual low. Because of this, the clarity underwater isn't ideal, so diving conditions aren't ideal. The chance that you will experience rainfall in February is highest in the beginning of the month (76%) and lowest at the end (70%). Moderate rain and thunderstorms are the most common types of precipitation, respectively occurring on 53% and 34% of the days with rainfall.

    Clouds and Sunshine Hours

    February is also one of the cloudiest months of year, with cloud cover averaging 65%. However, February does appear to be quite sunny. There are 9 sunshine hours per day on averagehis indicates that rainfall happens as brief, yet heavy downpours, after which the skies often clear out again.

    In case you're visiting Bintan in the near future, you might want to check out the resort's weather forecast.

    Bintan Hotels in February

    The Swiss-Belhotel Lagoi Bay is a four-star hotel with 195 guestrooms. It boasts a magnificent location right next to Lagoi Bay and its stunning sand beach. This is also an area famous for its great dining options and daytime and nighttime entertainment. Facilities include a rooftop swimming pool, a kids' club, a restaurant, a spa and eight meeting rooms.

    Adventure-seekers and outdoor enthusiast will definitely want to check out The Canopi Resort for their vacation in February. This amazing resort is focused on "glamping", a modern term that stands for glamourous camping. It features an expansive adventure ground, including a private river, the beach and sea, a saltwater lagoon and luxury tent accommodations.

    The Bintan Spa Villa Beach Resort is unquestionably one of the best accommodations on the island. Set in a peaceful corner of Trikora Beach, this resort has 9 suites built literally above the sea, as well as 15 rooms that boast sea views. You can enjoy delicious food at the beachfront café and barbecue restaurant, treatments at the full-service spa, and a wide variety of outdoor activities.

    Bintan Beaches for February

    If you're staying at the above-mentioned Bintan Spa Villa Beach Resort, you'll have immediate access to a beautiful white sandy beach. This resort chose its name quite welleveral of its facilities lie either right next to or actually on the beach. Water sports that are on offerhe sea temperature is 27°C on average!nclude paddle boarding, kite surfing, rafting, mangrove tours and, of course, simply swimming.

    Bars and Restaurants

    For the absolute freshest and tastiest fish and seafood dishes on the island, head to the Kelong Seafood Restaurant in Nirwana Gardens. This spectacularly located restaurant is literally above the South China Sea, on a stilted wooden platform that is reached via an elevated walkway. The views across the calm water are complimented by a warm sea breeze. The menu features several delicious specialtiesefinitely make sure to try the black pepper crab, stir-fried prawns or sea snails. The beverage menu includes soft drinks, spirits, wines, champagnes and beers.

    Another great venue at Nirwana Gardens is The Poolside. This down-to-earth place has a cozy outdoor seating area with plastic tables and chairs and serves fantastic grilled seafood in a laidback atmosphere. You can watch the cooks prepare your food at the cooking stations. Also a great place for a relaxing evening drink, The Poolside has a comfortable seating area with pillows and cushions as wellf you're into it, you may even enjoy some hookah. The venue regularly organises theme nights with dancers, live music or both. On the weekend, you can indulge in the fantastic barbecue buffet dinner.

    Things to do in Bintan in February

    Chinese New Year takes place sometime between late January and late February and is celebrated in Bintan with traditional pageantry. Chinese singing and dancing is traditional, as is a lively parade. February is the rainy season in Bintan, though, so be prepared and bring an umbrella if you're going to see the celebrations and parade.

    While in Bintan, you should check out a small town called Kijang, a historic mining town initially established by the Dutch. Situated on the southeast coast of the island, this town has no other attraction that the old mine. However, there are a couple of nearby villages and islands that might be worth visitinghether it's for seafood, beaches or drinks. There are no highways to this little town, nor any tourist attractions or resorts, so this is a good spot to visit when you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the resorts in the centre of Bintan. People often venture here to experience the local cuisine, as this town has not been commercialised as some of the other towns and cities in Bintan undeniably have. Seafood in this area is plentiful and the local restaurants are known for truly traditional fare, unlike what you might see in larger cities.

    If you're feeling adventurous, Nirwana Resort Centre is an entertainment centre and collection of luxury resorts where you can ride an elephant at the Jumbo Park. They also have an air rifle and archery range, paintball and a bowling alley. Additionally, all kinds of water sports can be enjoyed there as well.

    There are also numerous spots to rent all-terrain vehicles (ATV) for the truly active adventure seekers. These activities should keep you busy if the rain and wind make water activities a non-option in February.

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