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Why Book Ferry Tickets Online with Tripcetera

Wide Range of Operators

There are many trusted ferry operators and ferry routes to choose from when it comes to making an online booking. For ferry tickets, you can count on Tripcetera to kick start the trip for you upon booking one conveniently.

Fast and Easy Ferry Booking

One of the advantages of as the best online ferry booking platform is a very easy process when booking a cheap ferry ticket. You only need to determine the ferry origin and destination you want to go to, use the supported means of payment, and print out or carry the ferry voucher with you.

Transaction Security Guarantee

Tripcetera offers you the freedom to choose and book ferry ticket online. You can also use a variety of payment channel options that are guaranteed safe and secured.

Low Prices with Various Payment Options

Tripcetera’s online ferry booking provides a variety of payment methods that you can choose yourself, from bank transfers, credit cards, PayPal and GoPay at the cheapest, transparent prices and without any additional fees.

Book the Cheapest Ferry Ticket Easily at Tripcetera

Tripcetera’s online ferry booking platform offers one of the most hassle-free booking experience. A few clicks away and you are ready to travel to your favorite destination. Booking online has never been easier with Tripcetera! Just Dream, Click and Go!

Before traveling, it is very important for you to pay attention to the destinations that you will visit. Here is a Destination Guide for Singapore-Batam :

1. Singapore

Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, is an island country off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, 137 kilometers (85 mi) north of the equator, in Southeast Asia. It is separated from Malaysia by the Straits of Johor to its north, and from Indonesia's Riau Islands by the Singapore Strait to its south. Singapore is the world's fourth-leading financial center and a cosmopolitan world city, playing a key role in international trade and finance. The port of Singapore is one of the five busiest ports in the world.

Moving Around

In the civic district, you must not miss the fine collections of colonial buildings around the old Padang. Admire the Raffles Hotel, the Empress Place, the Victoria Theatre, the old Post Office, Sir Stanford Raffles' statue and the imposing colonnade of the Supreme Court. Many of these buildings breathed a new life after being converted. The Post Office is now the luxurious Fullerton Hotel; the Empress Place hosts the beautiful Museum of Asian Civilizations; the Saint Joseph School is the Singapore Art Museum.

Singapore has preserved the old districts well. Kampong Glam, near Arab Street, is the first Malay and Arab settlement in the town. The majestic 100-year-old Sultan Mosque dominates the area. The King's previous palace is currently under renovation and will be converted into a museum. Chinatown around Tanjung Pagar/Mosque Street is now home to street hawkers; handicrafts are not uncommon in the area. Old facades have been repainted in fresh colors and trendy coffee shops, as well as elegant antique structures, settle near the old houses. In Telok Ayer Street, discover one of the oldest Hokkien Temples - the Thian Hock Kieng temple.


Restaurants abound and Chinese, Javanese and western food is predominant. The city is famous for its Lesehan food. By nightfall, the tempting odors of spicy fresh chicken and fish waft through the air. Such delights as Nasi Gudeg (jackfruit cooked in coconut milk and served with boiled rice and chicken), and Burung Darah (pigeon, highly spiced) will tempt you.


As a first timer, it is difficult to avoid the famous landmarks of Singapore. The Merlion, of course, tops the list. This mythical half-lion and half-mermaid is truly Singapore.


You will find everything you have ever dreamt of on Orchard Road! Takashimaya's food department in Ngee Ann City has a wide selection of luxury food brands from all over Europe, London's Harrods, and Paris' Fauchon.

Shoppers who favor trendy fashion can visit the funky shops of Heeren, while interior design lovers can salivate at Tanglin Shopping Centre that boasts furniture and home accessories. Electronics are generally still cheaper in Malaysia. Both Funan Centre and Sim Lim Square cater to any kind of electronics and IT appliances. Antiques are largely available in different aged shops along Temple Street in Chinatown.

Night Life

Tourists can frequent pubs and discos located along the trendy night entertainment street - the Mohamed Sultan Road. Having existed for more than a decade, Zouk remains one of the most popular clubs in town as it hosts several of the best DJs from around the world. Centro at the Fullerton is another popular venue with a dramatic view of the city skyline and the sea. Families will prefer Sentosa Island and the Night Safari - fun and enjoyment are assured.

2. Batam

Batam is an island and city in Riau Islands Province of Indonesia, known for its free trade zone area as part of the Sijori Growth Triangle, is located 20 km (12.5 miles) off Singapore's south coast. The 715 km² (276 miles²) island has a population of 1,025,044 (June 2010). The official language on the island is Indonesian, and due to the sizeable Chinese population, Chinese languages including Teochew, Hokkien, and Mandarin are also spoken. The indigenous community of Batam is ethnic Malays and they speak Malay in the Riau-Lingga accent which is also the accent of the Malays in Singapore and the Malaysian states of Pahang, Johor, and Selangor.

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How to Book Online Ferry Ticket In Tripcetera

It does not take too long in order to process the booking for an online ferry ticket with Tripcetera. Gone are the days when travelers need to queue up at the counter to purchase the ferry ticket. Tell us where, when and how many people will be taking the ferry. Choose from the full timetable schedule in the search result, fill in the particular details and make payment accordingly before receiving the order summary on email.

Refer to this Simple Booking Guide for step-by-step instructions and we cannot wait to serve your next ferry trip with Tripcetera!

1. Set the Destination and Number of Pax

The first step you have to do is visit the Tripcetera website at After that, enter the origin and destination ferry terminal. Then select how many people will be taking the ferry. Click 'Search' then the list of ferry ticket vouchers you are looking for will be displayed. On Tripcetera, you can book a cheap ferry ticket on the same day.

2. Select Any Ferry Operator’s eVoucher

After the list of ferry eVoucher of your choice is displayed, select the best ferry operator and voucher price you want. Pay attention to the description of ferry, features, policies and other useful information. After that, click Buy Voucher.

3. Fill in the Order Data and Guest Data Completely

If you are sure of the choice of ferry operator’s eVoucher, immediately confirm the booking by filling in the order data and passenger information. You can also set as an anonymous passenger. Enter the One Time Password (OTP) that has been sent to your cellphone via SMS, then select your preferred payment method and pay within the time limit specified.

4. Complete the Payment Process

After confirming the order, you will be directed to the payment page. Tripcetera provides various payment methods that you can choose from, including bank transfers, credit cards, PayPal and GoPay. After confirmation of payment, our system will display ferry eVoucher that you can download directly or send it to your email. Print your eVoucher to be exchanged with the boarding pass. Booking cheap ferry tickets via Tripcetera is very easy and fast. The price you pay is also transparent without any additional fees.

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