Getting To Lombok Indonesia
Lombok island is located east of Bali Indonesia and can be easily accessed by air or sea. Lombok is one of the popular tourist destinations in Indonesia and attracts travellers from all across the globe.
Bali To Lombok By Air
it's easy to get to Lombok from Bali - flight time is only 25 minutes. buy tickets direct from the airline counters at the domestic airports, or contact Adventure Lombok Tour - www.lombokhotelandtravel.com for domestic Indonesia flights.
Garuda Airlines; now offers fast transfers on board a comfortable 737 jet with a flight time around 15 minutes. The flights operate every evening to connect with internationals arrivals and departures, www.garuda-indonesia.com
Merpati Airlines; flies direct between Bali and Lombok four times a day, www.merpati.co.id
Trans Nusa Air; operates three flights between Bali and Lombok daily, www.transnusa.com
Wings air; flies between Bali and Lombok with two flights daily, www.lionair.co.id
Sky Aviation; is Lombok's unique charter flights service by light aircraft. Seats up to 3 passengers. competitive rates available for private charter, www.sky-aviation.co.id
Lombok International Airport [ 1 and half hours drive from Senggigi and 40 minutes from the capital city of Mataram] has full visa on arrival facilities with efficient and fast Visa processing.
Silk Air; a Subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, flies direct between Lombok and Singapore, three times a week, www.silkair.com
Garuda Arilines flies between Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia and Lombok everyday with a short stop over in Jakarta. www.garuda-indoneisa.com
Merpati Airlines has flights three times perweek between Lombok and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia via Surabaya. www.merpati.co.id
European connections are easy via Jakarta in Java. Direct flight from Jakarta to Lombok are available everyday and are usually timed to connect with European flights. Lombok is easily accessible from Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, and Bali and as an important connection for travel to the Eastern islands of Indonesia, in particular Sumbawa, Komodo, and Flores.
Garuda Indonesia has direct flights between Lombok, Bali and Jakarta three times every day.
Lion Air has daily flights between Lombok, Jakarta and Surabaya.
Merpati Airlines has flights available between Lombok, Bali, Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, Sumbawa, Flores, Kupang, and many other Indonesian destinations.
flies between Lombok, Sumbawa and Bima once a day.
Batavia Air has flights between Lombok, Surabaya and Jakarta every day, www.batavia-air.co.id
From Bali To Lombok By The Sea
Padang Bai harbor ( Bali ) provides the sea link between mainland Bali and Lombok. Lembar harbor ( Lombok ) is approximately 1 hour south direction of Senggigi. The crossing between the islands takes approx 4 - 5 hours.
Public Ferries depart every two hours for the sea voyage between Padangbai harbor and Lembar harbor will cost you Rp. 36.000 per person. Padang Bai harbour Phone: 0363 41849 / 41840 Lembar Harbour Phone: 0370 681209
Fast Boat or Express Boat From Bali To Lombok and Gili Islands
There are numerous fast boat or Express boat services operating between Bali and Lombok. Most serve Gili Trawangan, for Gili islands and Teluk Kodek on mainland Lombok. The crossing between the islands can be treacherous in bad weather, so choose a reliable operators and avoid companies that prctice overloading in busy times.
Recommended Fast Boats / Express Boat From Bali to Lombok and Gili Islands
Scoot Fast Cruises, cruise the triangle tropical islands with Super Scoot is a new express boat operating high speed catamaran from Sanur Bali to, Gili T, Gili Air and Lombok. The fast boat ticket availbale to book at Adventure Lombok Tour, price IDR 600.000/adult and IDR 500.000/children.
Gili Cat, an Australian built small fast fery depart from Padang Bai harbor on Bali at 09am everyday and travels to Gili Trawangan and Lombok, before making the return trip to Bali, departing Gili Trawangan at 11.30am, Lombok mainland pick up service and departures are daily from Teluk Kodek, arriving at Teluk Kodek at 10.30am and leaving at 12.15pm. Gili Cat has an shuttle service for free transfers between Padang Bai, Kuta Bali, and Sanur.
Blue Water Express, Operated by Blue Water Safaris, providing transfers between Bali and Gili Trawangan Blue Water Safari are operates two boats with 25 and 15 passangers capacities, departing from Benoa harbor in Bali everyday at 8am and from Gili Trawangan at 11am.
Island Gateway is a comfortable fast boat departing from Benoa harbor, Bali daily at 8am. The crossing takes around 2 hours, island gateway operates direct to Gili Trawangan and Teluk Kodek on Lombok. Departs Gili T 11.30am and Lombok 11.45am, transfers from Gili Air, Gili Meno, are available on request. Fares included free water and fruit juice, plus free transport to your hotel or villa.
Lombok Tourism Information 2008 to the Present
The years leading up to 2010 has seen a rapid revival and promotion of tourism recovery in the tourism industry. The number of visitors has far surpassed the pre-2000 levels. All signs indicate the long-term trend will see a steady increase in the number of visitor arrivals. Both the local government and many residents recognize that tourism and services related to tourism will continue to be the major source of income for the island. The island's natural beauty and the customary hospitality of its residents make it an obvious tourist destination. Lombok retains the allure of an undeveloped and natural environment. Tourism visits to this tropical island are increasing again as both international and local tourists are re-discovering the charms of Lombok. With this new interest comes the development of a number of boutique resorts on the island providing quality accommodation, food and drinks in near proximity to an relatively unspoiled countryside. The Indonesian government is actively promoting both Lombok and neighboring Sumbawa as Indonesia's number two tourism destination after Bali. The President of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, the Ministry of Cultural and Tourism and the regional Governor have made public statements supporting the development of Lombok as a tourism destination and setting a goal of 1 million visitors annually by the year 2012 for the combined destination of Lombok and Sumbawa. This has seen infrastructure improvements to the island including road upgrades and the construction of a much delayed new International airport in the islands south. - taken from wikipedia
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