Sunset View | Lobster Bay | Lombok
Bumbang Boat | Lobster Bay | Lombok
Bumbang Beach | Lobster Bay | Lombok
Rolling Hillside | Lobster Bay | Lombok
Located in the Indonesian chain, Lombok Island makes up part of Indonesia’s West Nusa Tenggara province, and forms a link in the Lesser Sunda Islands with the Lombok Strait. It is sandwiched between Bali to the west and West Nusa Tenggara to the east.
The island is surrounded by a number of smaller islets locally called “Gili Islands.” The land area encompasses 4,739-sq-km (1,839-sq-miles) and the island has a population of 3.3 million people.
Mataram, the largest city and serving as the provincial capital of Lombok, lies on the western side of the island. It is referred to as the Soul of Lombok, and the provincial government, universities, general hospitals, shopping malls, and hotels are all located here. Lombok International Airport is an hour southeast of the city and there is bus transportation available to Mataram.
Resting on the doorstep of Australia, this tropical paradise is only a three-hour flight from international flight hubs — Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Australia and more — making it easily accessible for tourists from all over the world.