4/5 - Good
Verified travelerSep 26, 2019
Drought , very dry
Swim, snorkel, shop for art and enjoy the sunset views from a stunning seaside temple at North Lombok’s favourite resort beach.
The jewel of Lombok’s Senggigi region is Senggigi Beach, a long, curving stretch of soft sand edged by tall coconut trees and forest vegetation. Senggigi Beach offers relatively calm waters perfect for young families and snorkelers, resorts and restaurants to suit all tastes and stunning sunsets. The wider Senggigi region has seaside temples, lush forests, interesting villages and remote waterfalls waiting to be explored.
The town of Senggigi is Lombok’s principal tourist centre. Its main road runs parallel to the beach. From the beach, pull on a mask and a pair of fins and snorkel among the corals of Senggigi Reef or hire a sea kayak and try your hand at fishing. When the wind is up, surfing is also possible. Surfboards, snorkelling gear and kayaks can be rented from beachside vendors. Chat with a local boat operator to arrange a scenic trip along the coast or out to the Gili Islands. If you’re feeling less adventurous, re-energise your body with a massage from one of the therapists offering their services on the beach. Choose from a range of treatments from full body massages to pedicures.
Take a leisurely walk south along Senggigi Beach and follow the peninsula walk to Pura Batu Bolong, a picturesque Hindu temple high on a headland overlooking the ocean. Afterwards, spend an hour or two browsing the Art Market between the Sheraton Resort and Santosa Villas and Resort, where you’ll find market stalls selling locally made handicrafts, T-shirts and souvenirs.
Senggigi Beach is also renowned for its views. Head to the beach at sunset as groups of onlookers gather to see Bali’s Gunung Agung volcano spectacularly silhouetted on the horizon.
Senggigi Beach is just a 20-minute drive north of Lombok’s capital, Mataram. Taxis and shared bemos, the island’s open-air minibuses, are plentiful. Many hotels offer scooters and bicycles for hire.
Reviewed on Nov 29, 2019
Reviewed on Dec 1, 2019
Nothing says vacation like spending a lazy day at Senggigi Beach, a popular beach in Senggigi. Discover the area's beautiful sunsets and spas.
Jutting out into Lombok Strait on a headland overlooking Senggigi Beach, sits one of Indonesia’s most striking Hindu temples.
Explore the waterfront of Gili Trawangan Harbor and enjoy other activities such as snorkeling in Gili Trawangan. Wander the beautiful beaches or discover the area's beautiful sunsets.
Commune with nature and explore the great outdoors at Gili Meno Lake during your travels in Gili Meno. Wander the beaches and seaside in this relaxing area.
Explore the waterfront of Gili Meno Harbor and enjoy other activities such as snorkeling in Gili Meno. Wander the beautiful beaches and seaside in the area.
Enjoy a stop at Gili Trawangan Hill, a landmark worth seeing in Gili Trawangan. Stroll along the beautiful beaches or seek out the snorkeling spots.
Discover the centre and south of Lombok island on a full-day guided tour. Visit a number of sites including Sade Village ( Lombok Tradition Village ), Kuta Beach , Tanjung Aan Beach and Banyu Mulek Village.
A half day tour covering heritages in Lombok such as Mayura Temple the royal floating palace (Bale Kambang) of the former Balinese kingdom which was built in 1714. Narmada Temple this historical place is used to be a palace of Anak Agung Gede Ngurah, which was built in 1805.
Gili Nanggu, meaning ‘small island Nanggu’, is located in South Lombok. The lesser known small islandoffers a different experience to the other three gilis in North Lombok yet as breathtaking.
Three perfect coral islands, fringed with white sands and swaying of palm trees, lay in the sparkling ocean just off the North-West coast of Lombok. For many years the Gili’s have attracted visitors from around the world for their pristine waters, great diving and snorkeling opportunities and laid back charm.
Discover the sights and culture of the capital of the Indonesian province of West Nusa Tenggara, Mataram. The largest town on Lombok, Mataram is located on the western side of the island and makes for a very interesting half day of exploration.
Our Driver will pick you up at your hotel lobby at 6:30am to 07:00am then drive you to Padang bay the nearest port through Gili islands, Continue travel to Gili Trawangan island in 90 minute by fast boat, upon arrival at Gili Trawangan island at 10.
Verified travelerFeb 23, 2019
Rather shabby. People selling things and trips everywhere. Difficult to walk as pavement is uneven and there are big holes all over the place.