Holiday Resort Lombok is far perfect for vacations and ideally suited for families with youngsters. It’s calm and nestled within a pristine beach in Mangsit village around the island’s west coast surrounded by abundant lush green scenery and subtropical mountains. It has an extremely strategic location where Central of all Senggigi is only a 5-minute away in the resort.
Tourist spots like Senggigi beach, port visiting Gili Island, the bus going to the airport, etc. can also be reached in 5-10 minutes. Holiday Resort Lombok offers comfort and at precisely the time accessibility. Besides, they can also arrange excursions to Gili Island. Below are a few nearby attractions in Holiday Resort Lombok.
Gili Air is the second smallest of these Gili islands and the nearest to mainland Lombok, making it popular with honeymoon travellers and couples seeking a quiet escape. It has a population of approximately 1,800. The rapid evolution of the islands now causes continued investment in tourism and every year sees new resorts and lodging on the islands while attempting to keep their character. Proximity to Gili Meno, the smallest and most scenic of the islands and into Gili Trawangan the biggest island, known for its restaurants and parties, which makes Gili Air a beautiful destination that combines relative seclusion with adequate services. Both other Islands are a fast boat ride away.
Gili Trawangan is the largest of Lombok‘s Gili Islands and also the only one to grow significantly (30 m) above sea level. The name Trawangan originates from the Indonesian word Terowongan (Tunnel) because of the existence of a cave tunnel assembled there during the Japanese occupation in World War 2. The main focus of settlement, recreation, lodging and diving business is situated on the eastern side of this island. About Gili Trawangan (as well as the other two Gilis), there are no motorised vehicles. The key means of transportation are bicycles (leased by sailors for tourists) and cidomo (a small horse-drawn carriage). For travelling to and from each of those Gilis, locals typically use motorised boats and speedboats.
Gili Meno is at the centre of Lombok’s three shore coast Gilis. Gili Meno has a population of approximately 500, mostly concentrated on the middle of the island. The primary income comes from tourism, coconut farms and fishing. On the west part of the island, there’s a tiny shallow lake that generates salt from the rainy season. Until a few years ago there was also a small production of seaweed on the reef in the north end of the island. Gili Meno has swimming beaches around the island along with a turtle sanctuary. The island also attracts fewer tourists than Gili Trawangan and is the quietest and smallest of all the islands. However, honeymooners are usually drawn to the crystal clear water along with relaxing, secluded white beaches.
Pura Batu Bolong
Pura Batu Bolong is now Lombok’s most appealing Hindu temple and especially lovely. Combine an ever-welcoming Balinese neighbourhood as they leave offerings in the 14 altars and pagodas that fall down a rocky underwater outcrop in the foaming sea roughly 2 km south of central Senggigi. The stone underneath the temple includes a natural gap, hence the name (Batu bolong literally means ‘stone with the hole’).
Whether your trips take you to a long stroll on beaches, delicious cuisines, relaxing spas and resorts or urban attractions, extra research will give you the best experience for your visit. Get to know more about the attractions of Lombok by visiting Wonderful Indonesia.