250.000 IDR p.p
*Not Included Entrance Fee valid from 2015
(minimum 2 people)
Leaves at 8.30 AM
English speaking driver
Entrance fee (total fee approximately Rp 40.000/person)
Guide fee*** (total fee approximately Rp 20.000/person)
Nature and Culture Tour
It´s the water palace of a Balinese King built in 1727 in Lombok by Anak Agung Gede Ngurah Karangasem.
In the middle of the palace there is a holy spring called, "AIR AWET MUDA". Some people believe it can keep you young.
There is also Kelasa Temple of Hindu religion where a ritual ceremony is held every year.
Is the name of a village in central Lombok which is famous for its hand woven cloths called "SONGKET" Almost every family in this village does this job. The skill is passed down from generation to generation.
This traditional village has a bustling weaving industry which still employs the skill handed down from generation to generation.
These traditionally trained villagers produce an exquisite array of fine woven cloths, using cotton, silk or gold and silver to create their original designs for which Lombok is now famous
This is a traditional Sasak village where we can see Sasak houses and women who still wear the traditional dresses.
The villages of Rambitan and Sade are situated about nineteen kilometers South of Praya, in Central Lombok. Despite catering to many visitors, these traditional thatched architectural designs of the dwellings with their soaring roofs. In their beautiful settings, surrounded by hush rice fields, these villages also offer visitors the opportunity of trying their hand at weaving gedogan using simple looms.
In the village of Rambitan, the forts mosque ever built in Lombok. Masjid Kuno is on the top of the hill. The mosque is made of bamboo, coconut wood and alang–alang.
on the south coast, is behind Senggigi Beach in development, but still has a good variety of accommodation and restaurant.
Kuta, about 45 km (28miles) from Cakranegara or one and half hour´s drive from Senggigi, has an expansively beautiful white sand beach and is a good base for exploring the stunningly beautiful southern coastline.
Banyumulek village in Kediri District, West Lombok regency, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. The village is situated about 14 kilometers south of Mataram, the capital city of West Nusa Tenggara.
Whats interesting is the way Banyumulek pottery making, which still maintain traditional combustion techniques, namely by using straw and firewood.
Combustion technique is often known by the name tenunuq lendang or burning in the middle of the garden pottery. Because the burning done openly (outside room), this technique is said to have an advantage, namely the pottery can be issued more freely, to be colored or added to the decorations and engraving. However, even then, pottery firing techniques like this are usually more fragile.
The uniqueness and other attraction of the pottery decoration or Banyumulek is made of woven rattan as an ornamental wood type of pottery–pottery is. Wicker wicker is called skinfold Lombok.