The Sanchaya is a beautiful resort on the island of Bintan, Indonesia. Under an hour away from Singapore by ferry, guests can be on the white pristine beach relaxing in no time. And with just 13 villas and 17 stylish suites, the service is second to none.
At a Glance
Located just under an hour from Singapore, The Sanchaya is located on the island of Bintan
Just 13 villas and 17 suites make this an intimate resort for guests to enjoy
Contemporary style with a colonial influence
Choose a villa for extra space and privacy, each is decorated in a chic and modern style
The hotel has an extensive wine collection, handpicked by the Estate Sommelier
Call us on 858 345 1762 to start planning your vacation to The Sanchaya or take a look at our itineraries to Remote Indonesian islands
The Sanchaya is an oasis of calm, just 50-minutes away from the buzzing lights of Singapore. With just 13 villas and 17 suites in the main building, spend time soaking up the relaxed atmosphere and enjoy the white sandy beach and surrounding rich landscape.
Situated on Lagoi Bay, The Sanchaya is split into twenty one spacious villas and the Great House, made up of nine beautifully decorated suites. One and two-bedroom villas dot the resort, splashes of color and dark wooden floors blending seamlessly to the white wash theme. There is also a four-bedroom presidential villa for groups, perfect for a special occasion.
Whilst staying at The Sanchaya, guests can lounge on the beach in one of the comfortable cabanas, waited on by the bar staff who can prepare drinks and light bites throughout the day. Elsewhere, the Tanasee Grill is a great spot to enjoy some poolside dining. It's al fresco setting works well with its European all-day dining menu. In the evening, the restaurant transforms itself into a more formal dining setting, featuring a delicious and fresh Thai street food.
For those wanting to explore Bintan, there is the option to head out a mangrove tour or walks through the surrounding rainforests. Island hopping can also be arranged around the nearby islands of Senggarang and Penyengat. Stop off and visit ancient Indonesian temples and beautiful old ruins. A hop away from Singapore, The Sanchaya is a great place to unwind.
There are just 13 villas at The Sanchaya, along with 17 suites. The suites are situated in the estate’s main building, The Great House, whilst there are seven one-bedroom villas and twelve one and two-bedroom villas. The Vanda Villa is a four bedroom Presidential villa offering its own private pool and luxurious living.
Children are welcome at The Sanchaya, and extra beds and baby cots can be added to suites in The Great House, the One-Bedroom Villa and the Two-Bedroom Villa.
Dining at The Sanchaya includes an all-day dining option which serves an international mix of cuisine. Enjoy an a la carte breakfast, lunch and dinner here. Elsewhere the Tasanee Grill serves up typical and delicious Thai street food you'd expect to find in Bangkok. With its beach side setting, Tasanee Grill also serves afternoon tea, for a relaxing brew. The Salon and Library is open for lunch and dinner and serves as the hotel's fine dining restaurant. Located in the Great House, enjoy a selection of fine wines and cigars here. Finally, The Bar offers cocktails and beverages which can be served to you throughout the day.
Guests staying at The Sanchaya can enjoy the white pristine beach, unwind by the pool, or explore the local area. Head out island hopping to Senggarang and Penyengat Islands or to the mangroves on the hotel's mangrove discovery tour.
Location & Directions
The Sanchaya is located on the island of Bintan, Indonesia. Bintan is just under an hour away from Singapore.
When to go
Any time’s a good time to go to Bintan. Practically on the equator, Bintan is constantly warm (the temperature never drops below 20°C) and humid and gets fairly steady year-round rainfall. The wettest months are supposedly November to January, when it’s also a degree or two cooler, while the driest are supposedly May to July, but in reality there is little distinction between the seasons.