Exploring Lombok Attractions

Kuta Beach Lombok Exploring Lombok AttractionsLombok island is quiter than Bali. So that, for traveler who don’t like crowded places, Lombok is the best choice. Lombok attractions are various, Lombok beach, Lombok diving and snorkeling in Gili islands, and so many more. Below are some interesting places to visit in Lombok.
Kuta Beach Lombok
One of the best beaches in the popular beach in Lombok Island is Kuta Beach Lombok. I like this beach because it is very clean, with crystal white Sands it’s enough to make this beach so special. Unlike Kuta beach Bali, Kuta beach Lombok calmer and quieter because not many tourist who know of the existence of this beach. This beach is ideal for the tourist crowd who does not like and want privacy. [Read more about Kuta Beach Lombok]
batubolongbeach Exploring Lombok AttractionsBatu Bolong Beach Lombok
Batu Bolong Beach is one of Lombok attractions. It is located 9 km from Mataram (capital of Lombok). Batu Bolong Beach has a big rock with a huge hole in it. It is a good place to see the amazing sunset from Lombok Strait. After the sunbathing, relaxing and frolicking on this wonderful beach, you can try to stay until the evening to watch one of the best stunning sunset you have ever seen when the sun goes down slowly and started to to disappear behind the Mount Agung Bali with incredibly flaming colors. A Hindu temple lies on top facing the Lombok Strait and beyond is the contour of majestic Mount Agung of Bali. Colorful and musical religious ceremonies are often held in this beautiful temple. [Read more about Batu Bolong Beach Lombok]
senggigi beach Exploring Lombok AttractionsSenggigi Beach Lombok
Senggigi Beach is the most beautiful beach in Lombok Island. Like other lombok beach, Senggigi beach also has a very clean beach and crystal white Sands. So that the wide beach tourist akan freely and have more privacy. This beach is not so crowded, so for those of you who do not crowd the beach like this will give comfort. Along the coast also have international hotel, from 2 to 3 stars hotels, as well as traditional and western restaurant that will spoil you so that your tongue. [Read more about Senggigi Beach Lombok]
Mangsit Beach Sunset Exploring Lombok AttractionsMangsit Beach LombokMangsit Beach is located about 10 minutes of North Senggigi, located just a few minutes to the north of Senggigi, Mangsit Beach caters to the upmarket traveller. These carefully designed boutique villas are located on stunning Mangsit Beach just north of Senggigi on the island of Lombok, 22 miles east of Bali.
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Komodo National Park Exploring Lombok AttractionsKomodo National Park
One of the best of Lombok attractions is Komodo National Park. It is located between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores in the Lesser Sunda Islands, at a distance of 200 nautical miles to the east of Bali. It has a total land area of 75,000 hectares and encompasses a number of islands, the largest of which are Komodo (34,000 hectares), Rinca (20,000 hectares), Padar, Nusa Kode, Motang, numerous smaller islands, and the Wae Wuul sanctuary on Flores. A total of 112,500 hectares of the surrounding waters are also under the jurisdiction of the park rangers.
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Mount Rinjani Exploring Lombok AttractionsMount Rinjani Lombok
Mount Rinjani Lombok is one of interest of Lombok Island. As you probably know, there are several active volcano in Indonesia. Mount Rinjani Lombok is one of active volcano. It is one of big mountain which is 12,224 feet or 3,726 meters, this making Mount Rinjani as the second of the highest volcano in Indonesia.
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gili islands lombok Exploring Lombok AttractionsGili Islands Lombok
Gili Islands Lombok are a small-scale backpacker mecca and Lombok’s most popular tourist destination. The islands are very relaxed and laid-back, with countless little beachside cafes playing reggae and serving up banana pancakes, and no cars or motorbikes to disturb the peace. The beaches are without a doubt better than anywhere on Bali or Lombok. The flip side of the coin is that as they exist solely to cater for travellers, they’re also rather anonymous (you might as well be at anywhere) and, aside from snorkeling and diving, there’s little if anything to do. Note that there are no ATMs on the islands, so bring plenty of cash with you.