The tallest hotel and condominiums will be shaping up in Bintan in the near future.
Just a short ferry ride from Singapore, Bintan is already a popular destination with Singaporeans as it is a paradise endowed with long stretches of white sandy beaches, enclosed by forests, mangroves and rivers in their natural state.
Says The Haven Group’s CEO Peter Chan, “I have resided in numerous cities around the world, and Lagoi Bay is the very first site I’ve encountered with a distinct combination of being absolutely pristine and yet remarkably close to a major metropolis. As such, I am immensely confident of our development’s popularity.”

The Haven Lagoi Bay Bintan resort is surrounded by three pristine water bodies comprising sea, river and lake – a rare combination indeed. The resort comprises six towers of condominium suites, a 250-room five-star hotel and a 3,000-seat convention centre to be completed in four phases. The Gross Development Value of the entire development is expected to exceed SGD1.4 billion.
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Tourist arrivals to Bintan has jumped 30% in the past 12 month from 670,000 visitors in 2016. The numbers are expected to grow exponentially when the new Bintan Resorts International Airport, currently under construction, becomes operational by 2020. It is estimated that by 2023, more than 3.5 million tourists will visit Bintan annually.


TOTAL BP is one of the few Indonesian building contractors that has won awards at the international level over its 40-year history. Recently in Singapore, Asian Property Review met with its President Director, Janti Komadjaja during the signing ceremony with The Haven Group. TOTAL, together with YCIH from China, have been appointed contractors for the upcoming The Haven Lagoi Bay Bintan.

  1. Are there plans to expand your projects outside of Indonesia?In Indonesia, our projects have stretched all the way from Aceh to Papua. We follow where the good markets are and where our good customers go to expand their business including Bintan. It is where we have been since the 1990s building up several international hotels, golf course, malls and other buildings. We have put on hold our plans to go abroad since the global construction market is now here in Indonesia. We’ve been focusing inward with all our international clients and partners from abroad.
  2. At any one time, what is the average number of construction projects TOTAL is involved in?
    The average number ranges from 30-35 projects.
  3. Your view on the outlook of the Indonesian construction sector in the next 5 years.
    We are still bullish, and even more so in the Greater Jakarta region. Foreign companies have been coming in and settling down so the demand for office space and their facilities has been increasing in recent years.
  4. When do you think Jakarta’s perennial nightmare traffic jams can be solved?
    Starting in the next 5 years.
  5. List 5 reasons why Jakarta is still a popular spot for construction – both building and civil projects (Infrastructure, Utilities and Transport).
    • Centre for business activities.
    • Centre for government activities.
    • Older buildings to be refurbished.
    • Traffic improvements.
    • New traffic connections to outside of Jakarta.
    6. List 5 cities/regions in Indonesia with the greatest growth prospects in the next 5 years.
    Jakarta, Tangerang, Karawang, Bintan, West Nusa Tenggara.
    7. What is your view on the impact of the recent rule requiring foreign workers to learn Indonesian language?
    It has been clarified recently by Johan Budi, the Speaker on behalf of the President, that the requirement is on the part of the workers’ company to facilitate their foreign workers to learn Bahasa Indonesia. Besides, it would be advantageous for these workers if they have the ability to communicate in the local language, wherever they are.
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