This very attractive chart features Singapore and Batam Island, with Singapore Strait dividing the two. It is a classic black and white chart and is richly detailed.

The area to the west of Batam Island is scattered with numerous small islands, thus adding to the complexity of the chart and the appeal of the finished piece. The bigger of these islands include: Pulau Bulan, Pulau Kapalajernih and Pulau Pemping. The northwest of Pulau Bintan is also shown. On the top left of the chart, the narrow Johor Strait can be seen. This strait separates the Malaysian state of Johor on mainland Eurasia to the north from Singapore to the south.

The Singapore Strait is 100km long and 16km wide with the Indonesia-Singapore border lying along the length of the strait. It provides deepwater passage to the Port of Singapore, making it a very busy marine area.

The 3d chart is set on a golden coloured background. Complementing this is a charcoal mount and a black frame. Surround lighting is used to great effect and highlights the complexity of this lovely chart.


  • Location: Singapore Strait and Batam Island
  • Chart: Admiralty, UKHO, classic B&W
  • Surround lighting: Yes
  • Frame: Black, 900*750mm