Crystal Lagoons PAL™ Project is highlighted as a tourist magnet in Southeast Asia13 November, 2023 / News
Once again, the World Press highlights the Crystal Lagoons Public Access Lagoons™ project, also known as PAL™ developments, in Indonesia, featuring the largest crystalline lagoon in Southeast Asia as the region’s major tourist and entertainment attraction.
This monumental turquoise body of water, spanning 6.3 hectares and developed with Crystal Lagoons® sustainable technology, is part of the Treasure Bay Bintan project—an exotic entertainment and adventure tourism destination that welcomes millions of visitors worldwide.
The crystalline lagoon is surrounded by 1,400 meters of white sandy beaches and stretches 800 meters long, with a maximum depth of 2.5 meters. Like all Crystal Lagoons Public Access Lagoons™ projects, anyone can access via ticketed entry.
The amenities include a bungee jumping platform and a cable water ski facility. Additionally, it provides a wide range of water activities, including boat rides, slides, paddle boarding, kayaking, and wakeboarding, making it ideal for the whole family’s enjoyment.
The 90-hectare complex features a variety of restaurants, clubs, and retail stores, as well as some 3,000 second-home units and four and 5-star hotels.
PAL™ projects transform any site into a year-round entertainment hub with more than 125 activities that can take place in the lagoon itself or its surroundings. These include water sports with and without an engine, inflatable parks, trade shows, dining, weddings, beach parties, concerts, flow boarding, quatrefoil, cable parks, paddleboard yoga, water slides, cliff jumping, mapping shows, water light shows, water curtain animation, outdoor cinema, corporate events, floating cabanas, etc.