Batam

What is Batam known for?


shows local

and Bandung fast join a Jabodetabek and Surabaya content point a Java and Bali. Some RCTI stations shows local programming. For example, in Surabaya, RCTI shows '''Seputar Surabaya''', while in Bandung, RCTI shows '''Seputar Bandung''', Palembang edition shows Seputar Palembang, Batam edition shows '''Seputar Batam''' and Medan edition shows '''Seputar Medan'''. They are mostly shown during the two closing segments of Seputar Indonesia Pagi (05:45 - 06:15 06:30 WIB). '''Tanjung Pinang''' is the capital and second largest city of the Indonesian province (Provinces of Indonesia) of Riau Islands after Batam. A city with about 200,000 residents, Commons:Category:Batam


television set

for the 1962 Asian Games to be held in Jakarta. Later that year, the Television Preparation Committee was formed. In October, President Sukarno ordered the building of a studio in Senayan, Jakarta and two television towers. TVRI broadcast its first test transmission, of the Indonesian Independence Day celebrations from the Merdeka Palace (Istana Merdeka) transmission on 17 August 1962. TVRI went on the air with a television set broadcasting stations started Sign-on transmission


national television

for Channel NewsAsia date 2006-09-11 terr chan 10 6 UHF (TVRI Medan) 47 UHF (TVRI Nasional) terr serv 11 Batam (Batam Island) terr chan 11 6 (1) UHF (TVRI Nasional) 6 (2) UHF (TVRI Batam) right 200px thumb The television tower of state-owned TVRI at its headquarters in Jakarta (Image:TVRITower.jpg) In 1961, the Indonesian government decided to include to establish a national television station as part of the preparations for the 1962 Asian Games to be held in Jakarta. Later that year, the Television Preparation Committee was formed. In October, President Sukarno ordered the building of a studio in Senayan, Jakarta and two television towers. TVRI broadcast its first test transmission, of the Indonesian Independence Day celebrations from the Merdeka Palace (Istana Merdeka) transmission on 17 August 1962. TVRI went on the air with a television set broadcasting stations started Sign-on transmission first on air launched coverage live television broadcasting studios event of the 1962 Asian Games opening ceremony on 24 August 1962 officially names Televisi Indonesia (TV Indonesia). Two years later, the first regional broadcasting station opened in Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta (city)), Semarang, Medan, Surabaya, Makassar, Manado, Batam, Palembang, Bali (Denpasar) and Balikpapan. - Batam Commons:Category:Batam


top leading

File:Batam Turi Beach Hotel.jpg One of Batam's top leading resorts, Turi Beach File:Astaqa MTQ Batam.jpeg The 2014 National MTQ Building in Dataran Engku Putri, Batam Center File:Masjid Agung Batam.jpg Batam's Great Mosque File:Hang Nadim Batam Airport.jpg Hang Nadim International Airport in the late 2013 File:Pacific Palace.png Pacific Palace, the cruise-shaped hotel in Jodoh File:Batam Center Area.jpg Batam Center Area


games opening

first on air launched coverage live television broadcasting studios event of the 1962 Asian Games opening ceremony on 24 August 1962 officially names Televisi Indonesia (TV Indonesia). Two years later, the first regional broadcasting station opened in Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta (city)), Semarang, Medan, Surabaya, Makassar, Manado, Batam, Palembang, Bali (Denpasar) and Balikpapan. - Batam Commons:Category:Batam


play quot

is the "'''Best in Singapore, JB (Johor Bahru), and some say Batam'''" - this is despite the fact that he has only two men working for him and they are both inept and lazy. He is also noted for his famous cliché or catchphrase: "'''Don't play play'''" (pronounce as "''pray pray''" according to his articulation). There is also another famous catchphrase which is being used in his famous 2003 music video called "PCK Sar-vivor Rap", that is, "'''Use your brain!'''" (pronounced as "''blain''"). His personal clothing trademarks are his yellow pair of boots, curly hair, a giant black mole (Melanocytic nevus), and long nails on his pinky fingers. Phua Chu Kang is portrayed as an "Ah Beng", which is a Singlish slang for a stereotypical, uneducated Chinese gangster, complete with habits such as hoisting one leg up on the seat of a chair when he sits down and growing one long fingernail to scratch his ears. The '''Lingga Islands''' or '''Lingga Archipelago''' (Indonesian (Indonesian language): ''Kepulauan Lingga'') are a group of islands in Indonesia, located south of Singapore, along both sides of the equator, off the eastern coast of Riau Islands province on Sumatra island. They are south of the populated Riau Archipelago, known for the industrial island of Batam and the tourist-frequented island of Bintan, although the Lingga Islands themselves are rarely visited due to the infrequent local transportation. The equator goes through the northern tip of Lingga, the name of the main island in the archipelago.Administratively they form a regency with an area of 2117.72 km² Commons:Category:Batam


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the investment climate on the island". On 6 September, the Batam police had sent a letter to the organisers that both their demonstration and forum would be banned. The police cited economic, political and security reasons for the ban, adding that other NGOs were not in favour of such protests. According to Indonesian officials, Batam police is helping to maintain the security during the meetings.


sports activities

; sea sports activities, a fishing pond, go-kart racing track, a football field, as well as a beach for swimming or playing with the kids. There is also a cable ski park, Jet Ski, para sailing and banana boats for the adventurous. Down at the Barelang Islands, connected to Batam by a series of 6 bridges, there are many good beaches, as well as an old Vietnamese refugee camp, that was occupied for 20 years by Vietnamese boat people, and has now been restored as a tourist attraction. The site


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Postal code postal_code 29453 area_code +62 778 website http: batamkota.go.id footnotes '''Batam''' is an island, municipality (an Indonesian ''kotamadya''), the largest city in the Riau Islands Province of Indonesia and the third largest city in Sumatra area. Batam is a free trade zone, part of the Indonesia–Malaysia–Singapore Growth Triangle, located off Singapore's south

(minus '0') and the subscriber's number, hence to call a number in Batam from Singapore, a subscriber would dial 011 778 xxx xxx, instead of the international code +62 778. Calls to the rest of Indonesia, including those to mobile phones, require international dialling, as do calls made using other carriers in Singapore, such as StarHub and M1. Situated on the southeast tip of the Marina Centre reclaimed land, it comprises a

#get in#by boat Harbourfront Ferry Terminal go to '''Batam Centre''', '''Sekupang''' and '''Waterfront City''' (Teluk Senimba) while ferries from the Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal (Singapore#get in#by boat) serve '''Nongsapura'''. ** '''From Harbourfront:''' Ferry operators include: *** '''Penguin (Tel: ''+62-778''-467574 in Batam Centre; ''+62-778''-321636 in Sekupang; ''+62-778''-381280 in Waterfront City; ''+65''-62714866 in Harbourfront). S$23 40 one-way return


including great

Layer Cake, which is available in most of the shopping malls and ferry terminals. They are handmade and has become the iconic takeaway delicacy from Batam. Eat Batam has plenty of eating out choices, including great Chinese seafood in the outdoor food courts, such as the Windsor and Nagoya Food Courts and A1 Pujasera. *

Batam

'''Batam''' is an island, municipality (an Indonesian ''kotamadya''), the largest city in the Riau Islands Province of Indonesia and the third largest city in Sumatra area. Batam is a free trade zone, part of the Indonesia–Malaysia–Singapore Growth Triangle, located off Singapore's south coast. The 715 km² (276 miles²) island, almost identical in size to Singapore, is the core part of the municipality. The municipality (1,700  km²) has a population of 1,238,532 (Prediction in December 2014). http: globalfmlombok.com content soal-mandalika-resort-dprd-ntb-studi-komparatif-dengan-pemkot-batam thumb Ahmad Dahlan, the mayor of Batam holding the Parahita Ekapraya Award trophy from Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (File:Ahmad Dahlan APE.jpg) As per the 2010 Census it was the fastest growing municipality in the nation, with a growth rate of 11% per year. http: www.thejakartapost.com news 2012 05 12 urbanization-and-urban-development-patterns.html Though the municipality covers adjacent islands, nearly all the people reside on Batam island.

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