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Senggigi Beach  

by on Monday, 11 August 20082 Comments | 3,187 views

When you make a trip to Lombok, the word “Senggigi” may be one of few frequent words you will hear. Senggigi is a coastal area with a 10 kilometer-beautiful beach stretch along the coastal road of West Lombok. It is located only 15 km north of Lombok’s capital Mataram.

As a matter of fact, Senggigi is the most developed area for tourists on Lombok, with a range of tourist facilities and accommodations such as restaurants, bars, discotheques, travel agents, photo processors, money changers, souvenir shop and a range of accommodations starting from budget guest house to 5 star hotels. Restaurants and small cafes line the colorful main beach road.

Senggigi not just has fine beaches on its sleeves; it is also famous for its beautiful sunset over the Lombok Strait, which you can enjoy from the beach, beachfront restaurants or from a nearby sea temple. Moreover you can enjoy fantastic scenery of Lombok west coast along the way to Senggigi. Most visitors to Lombok usually start their stay at Senggigi.

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    • Peg said:

      Although there has been development of the hotels along in this area, Lombok still offers the opportunity to feel as if one is quite a good distance away from hectic urban life. On our last visit we chose a hotel I’d call “moderate luxury,” which kept us well-enough rested to put all of our energy into getting into the island’s less populated areas, meeting villagers and their children, absorbing the timeless beauty of the island, and taking pictures in remote spots from which to remember it all.

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