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About Lombok

Lombok is located in Indonesia’s West Nusa Tenggara Province. It is one of the Lesser Sunda Islands. Millions of years ago, Lombok and the surrounding islands were isolated from the rest of the world. Hence, they have maintained much of their original biological species and ecological environments. The island is home to Mount Rinjani, one of the highest peaks in Indonesia, and is surrounded by clear ocean water and soft white sandy beaches. This makes Lombok an ideal vacation destination.

Popular Attractions in Lombok

Mount Rinjani
4.6/5
42 Reviews
Volcano
At 3726m, Mount Rinjani is the second highest volcano in Indonesia, second only to Mount Kerinci on Sumatra Island. It dominates the landscape of the relatively small island of Lombok. The attraction is hugely popular among hikers who climb up to watch the sunrise from the rim at the summit, which also looks over a lake inside the enormous crater. It is a three day journey that will push your body and mind to your limits, but you will definitely be rewarded with magnificent views.
Tanjung Aan Beach
4.9/5
15 Reviews
Beach
Pantai Tanjung Aan, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
Senggigi Beach
4.2/5
72 Reviews
Beach
Senggigi Beach is located on the main tourist area of Senggigi on the western part of the island of Lombok. Many travelers will put Senggigi Beach as their first stopover location at Lombok. The Senggigi Harbour is where you can catch boats to Bali and the Gili Islands. In terms of scenery, the Senggigi Beach is definitely not the most stunning beach you can get at Lombok. Most of the best beaches are located along the lengthy southern coasts facing the Indian Ocean. However, Senggigi is definitely more convenient with an abundance of hotels and restaurants located in the area.
Suranadi Temple
4.3/5
4 Reviews
Temple
Jl. Raya Suranadi - Sesaot, Lombok 83371

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Trip Moments

Angeline Yang   
This year net red swing waterfall Ubud area suddenly fire up, but now too many people line up at least an hour or more, I'm sorry your own precious time to travel abroad, then this is the place to be recommended to you. The club is also located in Ubud jungle, location, departure by car from the center of Ubud is only ten minutes, an hour's drive from Kuta even, the same swing, there are waterfalls, infinity pool and have the nest! Here's swimming pool or a double, and when I went to it three or four foreigners inside the bubble, swimming pools located throughout the club's height, so you can lie by the pool do enjoy the forest and streams landscape. Not far from the viewing platform, called a coconut drinking to look beautiful. From the bottom of the scenic waterfall spot about 200 feet above the river, the deepest circle is taboo, people a little more, it is recommended to take pictures at the poolside of the cliff, the same can be photographed waterfalls, remember with a right swimsuit oh. Nest has two, one in the bamboo forest. The other one is hanging on trees. They do not have to line up, shoot. There is three swing cliff. The staff will help you to make safety measures, after flying out at the foot of spectacular waterfalls, jungle behind, according to fairy can shoot up, halter dress with a big skirt fluttering will be more beautiful. Can book a day trip, not Bali swing on Trip Oh, the name is Dtukad Club. There will be a shuttle bus, very convenient. Own car, then you can address is Desa Wisata Blangsinga, Saba, Blahbatuh, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali.
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Lombok Island: A More Authentic Bali
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Travel lovers have undoubtedly heard of or even visited Bali at some point. Beautiful scenery, divine beaches, dramatic volcanoes, temples, and genuine people…there’s much to appreciate. In recent years however, over-commercialization, large crowds, and pollution have begun to detract from Bali’s reputation as a tropical paradise.
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