- Gilis Lombok Island

Lombok is starting to become one of the most enthused island not only for domestic tourists but also foreign ones. Although it is inevitably compared with its better-known neighbour, the island differs in many respects - physically, culturally, linguistically and historically.

- Sekotong & Senaru

The mountainous north of the island is dominated by the spectacular volcano of Mt. Rinjani, at 12,221 feet (3,726m) the third highest peak in Indonesia and a popular four-day trek for locals and tourists alike. It is deemed to be To the south are the central plains, which contain the most productive agricultural areas as well as the major conurbation on the west coast, an amalgamation of the towns of Ampenan, Mataram, Cakranegara and Sweta. Further south again, beyond a range of low inland hills, are the sweeping bays and pure white sands of the southern beaches, all of which can be explored from Kuta (not to be confused with Bali's Kuta), the main resort town of southern Lombok and surfing Mecca of the island.

- Kuta Lombok Island

Several groups of islands lie off the Lombok northwest coast: the best known are the three Gili Islands - Trawangan, Meno and Air - which have been popular for many years with backpackers seeking a simple lifestyle of sea, sun and sand, although, as with much of the island, they are now becoming more widely discovered and as a result more expensive.

- Senggigi Lombok

The Senggigi region is the main tourist destination on the island of Lombok in Indonesia. The main town is Senggigi itself, and the whole area is well known for its beautiful west facing beaches.[http://wikitravel.org]

Lombok View