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Jambi

Destination airport:

Sultan Taha Syarifudn (DJB)

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Flight Batam to Jambi : Location & Airport information

Batam

Time zone in Batam is : GMT+07:00

Batam is one of the largest islands in the Riau archipelago. Like many islands in the region, it was once an underdeveloped island, but after the declaration of free trade in 1989, the island was completely converted into a tourist destination and business district, in a very short time frame. Its strategic location close to the Malacca Strait and Singapore has made Batam one of the biggest ports of Southeast Asia and a major center of international trade, industry and commerce. Despite its many luxurious hotels, Batam is still considered as a transit destination or entry point to Singapore. On the other hand it\'s a great place to get your hands on affordable electronics.

Airports Serving BATAM

Jambi

Time zone in Jambi is : GMT+07:00

Jambi is one of the three provinces in Indonesia that share the name of its provincial capital. Located on the east coast of Sumatera, this historical city was a Malacca Strait trading post for the Sriwijaya dynasty, before it was ceased by the Dutch in the 19th century. Small remnants from the Sriwijaya kingdom still remain today, and can be found at the ancient Muaro Jambi temple site. The location is recognized as a world heritage site, dating back before the 7th century. The Jambi administration is currently building a large elephant habitat, to ease the conflict between wild elephants and locals.

Airports Serving JAMBI


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