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Title: Senggigi  
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Subject: Lombok, Mataram (city), Lombok International Airport, Ceto Temple, Kintamani, Bali
Collection: Lombok, Populated Places in West Nusa Tenggara
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Senggigi is located in Lombok
Location on Lombok
Senggigi is located in Indonesia
Location in Indonesia
Country Indonesia
Province West Nusa Tenggara
Regency West Lombok Regency
Time zone UTC+08
Senggigi beach.

Senggigi is the main tourist strip of the Indonesian island of Lombok, stretched out along several kilometers of the beachfront just to the north of the capital, Mataram. The site of a building frenzy in the late 1990s when Lombok was hyped to be the next Bali, the communal violence of 2000 and the 2002 Bali bombing dealt Senggigi a severe blow, with tourist numbers declining precipitously and many construction projects halted.

High Street of Senggigi, northern part
High Street of Senggigi, southern part
Grave of Batu Layar near Senggigi


Pura Batu Bolong is a famous Hindu temple with 14 altars on a rock on the beach which is visited by many worshippers.[1] The name means "Rock with a hole".

In the south of Senggigi the grave of Batu Layar (Makam Batu Layar), a famous Muslim saint, is worth a visit.

The salty waterfall at the end of Nambung Beach can be reached by walking on sand and rocks or using a traditional boat.[2]


  1. ^ Birgit Borowski: Bali & Lombok, p. 297. Ostfildern 2013
  2. ^ "Salty Waterfall, Lombok". Retrieved December 4, 2014. 

External links

  • Senggigi travel guide from Wikivoyage
  • NY Times article Next Stop Lombok Island

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