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The volcanic island of Lombok lies in the heart of the Indonesian archipelago, just to the east of Bali. Though the islands are only 35 kilometres (22 miles) apart, there are stark differences between them. While tourism and development in Bali have continued unabated for decades, Lombok has been slower to develop. Enjoy Lombok’s untouched lengths of coastline, quiet surf breaks, and rural towns and villages that have changed little for generations.
Though often bypassed by visitors keen to hit the beaches, the island’s capital, Mataram, has rewarding attractions. Spend some time in the Mayura Water Palace, where 18th- and 19th-century Balinese royals used to unwind, and Pura Meru, the largest temple on Lombok.
Lombok offers some of the best beaches and islands in Indonesia. Head north from Mataram to Senggigi Beach and enjoy laid-back resorts, the rich marine life of Senggigi Reef and the heavenly views from Pura Batu Bolong temple. Follow the scenic road a little farther north to Bangsal, one of the access points to the incredible Gili Islands. Lying just a few miles off Lombok’s northwest coast, these three tiny islands epitomise tropical perfection.
When you are looking for an alternative to sand and surf, trek to the highest point on the island, the active volcano, Gunung Rinjani. If you’re not up for the climb, explore the beauty of the surrounding natural park with an expedition through its forests and villages.
Lombok is just a 25-minute flight from Bali. The island’s international airport is a 40-minute drive from Mataram. There are also numerous fast boat connections between Bali and Lombok, some going directly to Senggigi Beach and the Gili Islands. Passenger ferries connect Lombok to the rest of the archipelago. Getting around the island is easy and relatively inexpensive via tourist shuttle buses, private vans, motorcycles and even horse-drawn carts.
Being so close to the equator means Lombok is hot year-round. The best time to visit is during the dry season between May and September.
Sheraton Senggigi beautiful and quiet Hotel. Right on the beach. Staff extremely friendly and nothing is a bother. Meals and drinks slightly expensive but tolerable. My only small suggestion is the bathrooms are rather dated
Great spacious rooms, clean pool and surrounding furniture, meals all good, all staff very friendly and helpful
The jewel in the crown of Trawangan. My partner & i stay here a few months ago. Beautiful setting, immaculate well appointed rooms. tastefully decorated , spacious rooms & very comfortable beds. Lovely pool & swim up bar. All features you would expect. This resort is well kept & staff very friendly. ...
Very nice and clean resort hotel , with good restaurants and gym.. but beach is not pleasant due to not smooth surface with a lot of stones , hotel's tap water is salty , and very weak cellphone signals .
Fabulous resort in a quite secluded spot in Lombok. Exceptionally staff who go well out of their way to make you feel welcome. It being a small resort of 35 rooms, the staff get to know guests well and create a family type atmosphere. We were upgraded to the Sunset Room where we could view the sunset ...
Incredible location, right on the beach. Restaurant was brilliant, with a great variety of foods to choose from. Villas were lovely. Relatively basic accommodation but on a tiny island and for the price we paid we couldn't have asked for anything more. Would definitely recommend and return.
They're all friendly and awesome. I can feel that Kaleydo Villas people sincerely think we're friends and their attitude and kindness was very impressive. Don't miss great hotel in Gili T. You'll never regret to chose this hotel.
We had a wonderful stay at Novotel Lombok. It is a beautiful resort looking like a lost world with attractive sculptures . The staff is efficient in arranging tours for us. We had a wonderful dinner at the hotel restaurant. The breakfast was nice with lots of varieties.