Aside from the name, Kuta Lombok has not much in common with its overdeveloped namesake Kuta in Bali. There are no big nightclubs, fancy bars or flagship-stores for surf brands, but it faces south, and its beaches receive the same Indian Ocean swells.
Kuta is a holiday paradise for surfers and travelers with a lazy and relaxed atmosphere, it is the perfect base camp for exploring the southern beaches and is just a stone’s throw away from most of the Surf Spots. The village is situated on a bay and offers a good variety of restaurants for all budgets.
The side of the road is filled with small shops selling Sarongs and other souvenirs. Get a Sarong and use it as a colorful beach towel, they’re made of good quality and really handy to have.
If you’re interested in the local lifestyle you can visit Sade and Rambitan, two traditional Sasak villages 10km north of Kuta. Both are open to tourists where locals will show you the architecture and their communal way of life for a small fee.
On Wednesday and Sunday there is small Market in Kuta which is worth a visit.
Seger Beach is mostly visited by surfers to catch some waves, but with its white sand and clear blue water it’s also a must see…
Kuta beach is perfect for having a swim, looking for sea shells, watching the fishermen at work and enjoying the views.
Pantai Aan ( Tanjung Aan )
Tanjung Aan beach is a gorgeous stretched out white sandy beach with clear blue water! This beach provides an ample opportunity to get together and have fun with your friends or beloved family.
Gerupuk bay is a well known hotspot for surfers from all levels!
The bay is located in Gerupuk village, and includes five surf spots.
Situated overlooking the peaceful Susak village, the impressive beach and the majestic Nusa Dua Island
Mawun Beach is a secluded half-moon bay with crystal clear water and pristine sand. There’s one big tree where people congregate in the shade.
Mawi Beach is a gorgeous beach to visit, a 40 minute scooter ride from Kuta and worth remembering for a day trip.
Pantai Selong Belanak
Aside from surfing this white sandy beach with crystal blue water. Selong Belanak is also visited and adored by many travelers that are left breathless by its beauty.
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Traditional Lombok village known for its elevated woven huts, textile vendors & street performances.
Penujak Pottery Village
Penujak village is not more famous than other villages such as Sembalun village or Banyumulek. But this village is the oldest pottery centre on the Lombok island.
Sukarara Weaving Village
Weaved cloth is one of the traditional arts of Lombok island which has a special and distinct beauty. You can find it when you’re in Sukarara village and you will see traditional weaving tools, no machines.
Benang Kelambu Waterfall
if you want to find a spectacular waterfall, then Benang Kelambu Waterfall is the best choice
The mighty Rinjani mountain of Gunung Rinjani is a massive volcano which towers over the island of Lombok. A climb to the top is one of the most exhilarating experiences you can have in Indonesia. At 3,726 meters tall…
Tiu Kelep and Sendang Gile
Located at the foothills of Mt. Rinjani near the village of Senaru. Boasting a height of 30m, Tiu Kelep is the tallest waterfall in Lombok.