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Press highlights PAL™ Treasure Bay project as a significant tourist attraction in Indonesia

27 November, 2023 / News

Southeast Asia’s largest crystalline Lagoon, developed with Crystal Lagoons® technology, is located in Indonesia, the exotic entertainment destination in Indonesia’s Riau archipelago, Treasure Bay Bintan. This large body of turquoise waters of 15,5 acres is a magnet for the world press, which has written multiple articles dedicated to this Public Access Lagoons™ project, also known as PAL™ developments. This time, the portal MalangTerkini.com selected this amenity among Bintan’s top 5 tourist attractions.

This amenity is surrounded by 1,400 meters of white sandy beaches, 800 meters long, and has a maximum depth of 2.5 meters. The families can access it by paying a ticket, allowing them to enjoy this large crystalline lagoon and various activities. Among the amenities incorporated in the lagoon are a bungee jumping platform and a cable water ski facility. It also offers a wide range of water activities, from boat rides and slides to paddle boarding, kayaking, and wakeboarding for all family members.  

The 222-acre resort is a place that offers all imaginable amenities for tourists and their families. It includes 5-stafewertels, restaurants, trails, and natural hills where houses with Greek-style architecture are located.

The crystalline lagoon is attracting media attention for its size and the idyllic beach life it offers. Using the pioneering sustainable technology created by Crystal Lagoons, the lagoon is environmentally friendly, using 100 times fewer chemicals than a traditional pool, only 2% less energy than conventional filtration systems, and operates in a closed system where only the water that evaporates is compensated.



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