Nikoi Private Island – a short journey from Singapore and 8km off the
east coast of Bintan, Indonesia – has added three pool villas and a
Mediterranean restaurant to its barefoot luxury concept.
Each of the island’s 18 secluded villas utilises local driftwood with vernacular rooftops constructed of ‘alang alang’ grass.
The new beachfront pool villas are the first in Nikoi’s collection to
boast private pools. The two-bedroom villas comprise a master bedroom
upstairs and a twin downstairs, both of which have ensuite bathrooms.
Nikoi Island is home to two dining spaces, each comprising of a
nine-metre communal dining table made from driftwood and white sandy
Restaurant Biru on Nikoi Private Island.
New this season – Biru, meaning ‘blue’ in Bahasa – is a Mediterranean
sharing-style concept, which showcases fresh and unprocessed
ingredients sourced from markets in Bintan and the island’s organic
Nikoi Island also participates alongside The Island Foundation to
create opportunities for children living in the Bintan Regency, Riau
Founded in 2010 by the owners of Nikoi Island and Cempedak Island,
the foundation works to continue improving learning ecosystems in
coastal communities and provide them with opportunities.