Lingsar Temple

LINGSAR TEMPLE is considered as a symbol of harmony between Hindu Bali Lombok and Islam Sasak Lombok. Pura Lingsar is not a purely Hindu temple. It represents a blending of the Hindu tradition with Wektu Telu, a religion practiced by the Sasak people, Lombok's natives. Wektu Telu's followers consider themselves Muslims, but do not follow many of the religious commandments that more orthodox Muslims do. They have adopted other beliefs from Hinduism and native animistic traditions.

Pura Lingsar is famous for a pool of water in the Wektu Telu area, sacred to the deity Vishnu. This pool is home to a family of holy eels, who can be lured out of their hiding spots with hard-boiled eggs. The Pura Lingsar houses sacred Rinjani stones and a well with water that comes directly from the mountain springs. The water is pleasantly cool and offers you a nice refreshment.

This large temple compound is the holiest in Lombok. Built in 1714 by King Anak Agung Ngurah, and nestled beautifully in lush rice fields.

This beautiful blend of heritage makes Pura Lingsar an important symbol of unity among the islands' faiths.


Location & Highlights:
marker Lingsar Temple (Google Map)
  • Architectures
  • Hindu Temple


TETEBATU is located quite in the middle of Lombok, about 15 kilometers in linear distance south from the summit of the Mount Rinjani. Tetebatu and the surrounding areas are mainly known for its beautiful farmland, rice fields, spice gardens and the panorama of Mt Rinjani. Besides rice, the people of Tetebatu also grow tobacco, many exotic fruits, cocoa, coffee, nutmeg, chili, macadamia nuts, vanilla and much more. If you want you can buy those products directly from the locals. It’s hardly possible to get it fresher and more natural.

Tetebatu was one of the original settlements of Netherlanders in Indonesia, and one of their local buildings “Pondok Belanda” can still be found within the Gunung Rinjani National Park.


Location & Highlights:
marker Tetebatu (Google Map)
  • Natural Surroundings
  • Rice Field
  • Traditional Village


Loyok Village is known for its wickerwork product of bamboo material located in east Lombok regency.

The trained villager in the village produces many kind of plaited bamboo handicraft where the skill passed down from generation to generation.

Various products showcased in the art shops that are in line along the street in the village.


Location & Highlights:
marker Loyok (Google Map)
  • Cultural Attractions
  • Traditional Village


PRINGGASELA has a long and rich tradition of weaving sarongs. The weaving skill is part of the village’s cultural custom. In Pringgasela village, you will see girls doing the weaving cloth process. From twisting, tying to get motif, dying, till weaving. All of it is done when they’re free from their household job. Besides newly-made weaving cloth, in Pringgasela village you will also find old weaving cloth made from fur that been kept for years. This thing fit to you who like to collect old weaving cloths. During your visit in Pringgasela, you can hunt many cloths for various functions, such as bed cover, wall decoration, sarong, table cover, and scarf.

The shady village of Pringgasela lies in the cool, quiet foothills of Gunung Rinjani. A mountain stream runs through it beside the road.



Location & Highlights:
marker Pringgasela (Google Map)
  • Cultural Attractions
  • Traditional Village


Tour starts at 08.30 - return around 16.30.

Meeting and drop off point at your hotel in Senggigi or Mataram.  There are some surcharge for other area (please contact us).

Please use a proper cloths, bring sarong & scraft (if you have), rain coat (in rainy season)