Almost as big as Bali, Lombok is the completely different island right next door. From its volcanic centre to idyllic beaches such as Mawun, it rewards travellers who want to explore. Many are drawn to mighty Gunung Rinjani, Indonesia's second-highest volcano. Rivers and waterfalls gush down its fissured slopes, while its summit – complete with hot springs and a dazzling crater lake – is the ultimate trekker's prize. In the south, you may need to hold your jaw in place as you encounter one superb beach after another.
Meanwhile, off the west coast, the fabled Gili Islands are three exquisite droplets of white sand sprinkled with coconut palms and surrounded by coral reefs teeming with marine life. Each has become a full-blown destination in its own right with oodles of great places to stay, eat and celebrate.
Lombok beach is the major attraction you should visit when visiting Lombok Indonesia. Some of the attractions that should be on the list are Senggigi beach, Gili Air. Cakranegara, Mount Rinjani, Gili Trawangan, Lombok Kuta Beach, Narmada Park, Mayura Park, and many others. One thing that tourists should not miss is diving. The underwater life of Lombok is incredibly beautiful. Surfers also come to Lombok, especially South Lombok to find a challenge through the waves. South Lombok is considered one of the world's best places to surf.