Located on the island of Lombok in Indonesia, Senggigi is one of the prime travel destinations of Lombok. The area of Senggigi is known for its west-facing beaches famous for its great sunsets. Visitors usually make Senggigi their base to explore the surrounding waterfalls and beaches. The area is surrounded by sandy beaches and there are several coves located further from the Senggigi beach allowing visitors to enjoy a piece of personal beach for themselves.
Accommodation is never a problem in Senggigi! There are numerous hotels and resorts lined along the main street and beaches. For an all-in-one hotel with a pool right by the gorgeous Senggigi Beach, stay at Sheraton Senggigi Beach Resort! Visitors can also enjoy their relaxing spa treatment, sports facilities, and more. So many attractions are available just outside of the resort!
The oceanic scenery is one of a kind in Senggigi. The coral reefs, the tropical fishes, and all of the sea’s inhabitants are why many visitors come to dive and snorkel here at Senggigi.
If water sports aren’t on your agenda, get in touch with the cultural side of Senggigi! Visit Batu Bolong Temple to witness the sacred boulder at the temple and get familiar with the locals! For a more panoramic scenery, make sure to visit the temple in the evening where beautiful sunset scores its background.
Don’t forget to bring a piece of Senggigi with you! Various shops and kiosks are set along the beach during the evening and visitors can buy different souvenirs and trinkets from them. Go to Sudirman Antique Shop for handcrafted souvenirs made by the locals! They are both beautiful and affordable.
Bandara Internasional Lombok is the nearest airport to Senggigi. The airport is located about 55km from Senggigi. Airport taxis are conveniently available from the airport to Senggigi.
There are several halal restaurants in Senggigi. Most restaurants in the Sheraton Senggigi Beach Resort serve Muslim-friendly foods, but be sure to ask them first before you dine in! For a beachside dining experience served with local cuisine, visit Warung Menega or Senja Restaurant!
Masjid An-Nur is a mosque in Senggigi iconic for its bamboo roof. For a closer praying site to your location, ask the locals about the nearest facility!