Batam is an industrial boomtown, an emerging transport hub, a part of a free trade zone the Indonesia–Malaysia–Singapore Growth Triangle, located 20km (12mi) off Singapore's south coast. The 715-km2 (276-mi2) island, now just barely smaller in sizes to Singapore due to the latter's reclamation, is the core part of the municipality, of which 450km2 is classified as urban. Batam's 2,200 km2 municipality (administratively) covers a number of scattered islands and islets, with Galang and Rempang islands to the immediate south connected to Batam by short bridges, collectively called Barelang with these two islands maintaining their rural character. Bulan Island is also rural. The municipality has a population of 1,035,280 (prediction in May 2015)., also It is the closest part of Indonesia to Singapore, at a minimum land distance of 5.8km, similar in length to the Transbay Tube. As per the 2010 Census, it was the fastest-growing municipality in the nation, with a population growth rate of 11% per year.
... lease cost relating to prepaid land use rights of RMB9.0 million) ... Land Purchase in Nongsa Digital Park, Batam, IndonesiaThe Company recently completed its acquisition of a greenfield site in the Nongsa Digital Park, located in Batam, Indonesia, approximately 25 km from Singapore.
BJ19 will be developed on the remaining greenfield land on the same site ...Land Purchase in Nongsa Digital Park, Batam, IndonesiaThe Company has recently entered into a definitive agreement to acquire greenfield land in the Nongsa Digital Park, located in Batam, Indonesia, approximately 25 kms from Singapore.
Learning from that, we are now stepping up checks at five airports, nine seaports and four land entry points," said Mr Budi ... Most infected sea travellers entered the country via Batam seaport, and the majority of infected land travellers came in at Entikong, a border crossing between Indonesia's West Kalimantan and the Malaysian state of Sarawak ... �.
Data CenterFirst, a Singapore-based company, announced yesterday that it will launch its maiden data centre on the Indonesian island of Batam in order to strengthen connectivity and digital links between Singapore and the area. The data centre operator announced that the 30MW data centre will be housed in Nongsa Digital Park on Batam.
He said the his directorate general had recorded and planned to proceed with at least 40 cases of land grabbing in the protected forest areas in Batam. Rasio said there were several cases of land reclamation and deforestation in Batam that were carried out without a permit and were used to develop residential and business areas.