Java Lombok Bali

Java Lombok Bali

$5,586 USD per room (Double Occupancy) – Java Lombok Bali Package Tour includes:

  • Round-trip transfers between airport and hotel
  • 20 Days and 19 Nights hotel stay
  • Private air – conditioned transport or  air-conditioned deluxe bus
  • Lunch and dinner as per itinerary
  • Handling of one piece of baggage (20 kg)
  • Executive train ticket Bandung-Jogjakarta-Surabaya
  • Local transport for shuttle to Lava View/Bromo area
  • Jeep 4WD for Bromo sunrise tour
  • Jeep 4WD for Ijen Crater tour
  • Entrance fees, parking fees as per program
  • Ferry Pas from Ketapang-Gilimanuk Harbor
  • Return transfer / Drop off at Lovina Bali
  • Speed boat Pass from Padang Bay to Gili Trawangan,Lombok
  • Domestic  flight Lombok- Bali
  • Local English speaking guide

Bonus per Person : 2-Hours Balinese Spa Treatment & 1 Sunset Dinner Cruise

Single Supplement $1,047 USD per night
Single Traveler $4,813 USD per night


Hotels You Stay At

Santika JakartaArion Swiss-BelhotelMelia PurosaniSantika HotelIjen ResortAneka Lovina VillasCandi Beach CottageVilla OmbakKila Senggigi Hotel Jayakarta Beach Hotel
Santika Jakarta

1 Night Stay – Deluxe Room

Hotel Santika Premiere Slipi – Jakarta is conveniently located close to the city’s central business district, yet only 30 minutes from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport. This elegant hotel is our flagship property. With its distinctive yet unimposing Indonesian ambience, the hotel offers unsurpassed facilities, a choice of restaurants and friendly, helpful staff. Hotel Santika Premiere Slipi – Jakarta is the ideal venue for every type of event, from intimate cocktail parties to grand banquets, as well as training sessions, board meetings and presentations

This chic, modern hotel is 2 km from Tanah Abang train station and 4 km from Sudirman Central Business District.

The minimalist rooms have muted decor and offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as sofas, minibars, tea and coffee making facilities. Upgraded city-view rooms add access to a club lounge offering complimentary snacks, and suites include extra bathrooms. Upgraded suites add dining areas. Room service is offered 24/7.

There’s also a sophisticated club lounge and a business center, plus a fitness rooms and an outdoor pool.


Peak season surcharges apply:
July 15 – September 15
December 23 – January 05
Arion Swiss-Belhotel

2 Night Stay – Deluxe Room

Arion Swiss-Belhotel has 100 rooms comprising of; deluxe, business, family suite, business suites, junior suites and a presidential suite. All rooms are designed in a contemporary style and equipped with facilities that will ensure your comfort and satisfaction during their stay with us. A variety of shopping centers and restaurants with typical cuisine of the famous Bandung can be reached in just a few minutes’ drive. For businesses, Arion Swiss-Belhotel Bandung has a full banquet facility, appropriate to hold a meeting in a small to medium scale.

Arion Swiss-Belhotel is set in an art deco-inspired building, this elegant hotel is a 14-minute walk from Bandung train station, 2.6 km from Siliwangi Stadium and 4 km from Bandung Zoo.

Offering free Wi-Fi and bottled water, the relaxed, modern rooms and suites also have flat-screen TVs and tea and coffee making facilities, as well as mini-fridges. Suites add separate living areas, and some are split-level. Room service is available 24/7.

Peak season surcharges apply:
July 15 – August 31
December 25 – January 05
Meliá Purosani

3 Nights – Deluxe Room

Meliá Purosani is filled with immense Javanese charm. It is a 5-star grand hotel that is conveniently nestled in the center of Yogyakarta. The hotel stands a short distance from the airport and is moments from many popular attractions, including the souvenir paradise of Malioboro shopping district, the ancient Hindu relics of Prambanan Temples, and the Sultan’s Palace.

All rooms are designed to offer comfort and grandeur with gorgeous views of the lush tropical garden or city. The hotel also features an outstanding range of cuisine, our restaurants and bars offer delightful dining options that will satiate any appetite.

For a relaxing experience, the exclusive YHI Spa delivers a full rejuvenation experience with the expert hands of our professionally trained therapists and Java’s famed herbal treatments. For business, the Meliá Purosani features impressive venues and facilities that make it ideal for hosting first-class meetings and events.

In the heartland of Javanese culture, the Meliá Purosani marks the pinnacle of hospitality.

Peak season surcharges apply:
July 01 – August 31
December 23 – January 03
Santika Hotel Jakarta

2 Night – Deluxe Room

Santika Hotels & Resorts is one of the largest hotel chains in Indonesia and managed under PT. Grahawita Santika, a member of Kompas Gramedia Group. PT. Grahawita Santika was established on August 22, 1981 and has over 40 hotels across Indonesia. Since 2006, PT. Grahawita Santika has changed its strategy based on market segmentation and divided its brands into The Royal Collection, Hotel Santika Premiere, Hotel Santika, and Amaris Hotel.

Peak season surcharges apply:
July 15 – August 31
December 25 – January 31
Ijen Reosrt

1 Night Stay – Superior Room


Ijen Resort and Villas is the only luxury hotel in the area and inevitably the ideal base to visiting this beautiful region, particulary to visit the Ijen Crater, one of the most beautiful craters in the world.

Ijen Resort and Villas perched at the edge of the rainforest of Ijen National Park and overlooking terraced rice fields to a row of volcanoes, each of Ijen Resort 47 rooms boasts superb views from their balconies.

Four hectares of beautiful garden with panoramic vistas of volcanoes, rainforest, terraced rice fields and view of the ocean make Ijen Resort and Villas itself a tourist destination.

Peak season surcharges apply:
June 15 – September 15
December 20 – January 07
Aneka Lovina Villas

1 Night – Superior Room

Aneka Livina Villas are set along the black sands of Lovina Beach. This laid-back resort is 10 km from Gedong Kirtya library and 12 km from Air Panas Banjar (hot spring).

Relaxed rooms feature free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, mini-fridges, and balconies or terraces. There are also cozy cottages with thatched roofs providing canopy beds, open-air showers, and tea and coffeemakers. Room service is available.

A warm, open-air restaurant offers Bali Sea views, and an outdoor pool has a snack bar. Other perks include beach access, a spa and a playground, plus traditional Balinese dance classes and dolphin-watching boat trips.

Peak season surcharges apply:
August 01 – August 31
December 23 – January 03
Candi Beach Cottage

1 Night Stay – Superior Room

Candi Beach Cottage Resort, in Candidasa, is an escape from the hustle bustle of South Bali and embrace the tranquility of peaceful East Bali. Our charming resort is set within a coconut grove garden that gently rolls on to a beautiful private white sand beach. Natural colors and local materials have been blended to create a resort that harmonizes with the environment. The traditional architecture utilizes local materials from Bali and neighboring Indonesian islands, while the turquoise waters of the dreamy, palm fringed swimming pool appear to overflow into the azure sea. This welcome oasis is where the dream begins.

Peak season surcharges apply:
July 15 – August 31
December 25 – January 31
Villa Ombak

1 Night – Superior Room

Villa Ombak is a relaxed beachfront resort amid tropical gardens is a 4-minute walk from the Buddha Dive scuba center and a 9-minute walk from Trawangan’s jetty.

Laid-back accommodations provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers. Rooms have more modern decor, while traditional indigenous-style wood huts feature outdoor bathrooms and open-air living areas. Bungalows offer daybeds, cottages have terraces, and airy Villa add private pools. Room service is available 24/7.

The resort has 3 eateries, including an outdoor sea-view option, as well as 3 bars. There’s also a spa and a tri-level saltwater pool.

Villa Ombak is the first international hotel on the vibrant tropical island of Gili Trawangan, Lombok and offers four-star accommodation, facilities and services.

This is a perfect island escape, with tropical gardens and carefully designed rooms that are inspired by traditional Indonesian art, complimenting the surrounding Indonesian landscapes. Hotel Villa Ombak boasts stunning views of Lombok’s rolling hills and towering Mount Rinjani as well as a view of the other two Gili Islands.

Peak season surcharges apply:
July 01 – September 15
December 14 – January 05
Kila Senggigi Beach Hotel

2 Nights – Superior Room

Kila Senggigi Beach Hotel is set on 12 hectares of tropical gardens next to Senggigi Beach, this relaxed resort comprising bungalows and 2-story properties is 2.1 km from the Pura Batu Bolong temple.

Start your day with the smell of the refreshing sea breeze while watching the squirrels jumping between branches of trees in a lush tropical garden hotel, right outside your bedroom window. Kila Senggigi Beach Lombok has 150 rooms and unique style bungalow that promotes relaxation, with modern facilities and a unique local touches such as pillow bolsters and seasonal fruit basket.

Situated on the west coast of the island of Lombok, Senggigi offers a wide choice of activities; Kila Senggigi Beach Lombok can be a place of your tropical excursions and activities such as windsurfing, beach volleyball, snorkeling, or simply sunbathing on the beach. At the end of the day, luxurious treatments at The Spa will re-invigorating you.

For foodies, Kila Senggigi Beach Lombok offers dishes Bali and Lombok authentic and presentation of the International delicious: from wine Italian to French cuisine-style brasserie with Asian ingredients, all can be enjoyed with a view of the sparkling ocean is spectacular and the sound waves are soothing.

Peak season surcharges apply:
July 01– August 31
December 20 – January 05
Jayakarta Beach Hotel

4 Nights – Superior Room

Jayakarta Beach Hotel is an upscale, beachfront hotel, set in West Lombok. It is 3.2 km from the coastal Hindu temple of Pura Batu Bolong and 5 km from Senggigi Beach.

The simple, relaxed rooms come with balconies, free Wi-Fi, cable TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. Upgraded rooms feature sea views. Suites add sofa beds and kitchenettes. Upgraded suites have separate living rooms.

Additional amenities include a 24-hour open-air restaurant with sea views, and 2 bars. There’s also an outdoor pool amid tropical gardens and a fitness center, plus a tennis court, a volleyball court and mini-golf. Massage services are available.

Peak season surcharges apply:
July 01 – September 30
December 24 – January 07


Tour Details

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Arrive at Jakarta International Airport.

Arrive at Jakarta International Airport. Upon arrival, our travel guide meets you and are chauffeured to the Santika Jakarta Hotel in your private air-conditioned vehicle.

About Jakarta International Airport

Jakarta International Airport, also known as Soekarno–Hatta International is the primary airport serving the Greater Jakarta area on the island of Java, Indonesia. Named after the first president and vice-president of Indonesia, Soekarno and Mohammad Hatta, the airport is located in Benda, Tangerang, approximately 20 km northwest of central Jakarta. Due to its proximity to the suburb of Cengkareng, the airport is also known as Cengkareng Airport; hence assigned three-letter IATA designator: “CGK”. The airport was the busiest and the largest airport in Indonesia and was the 18th busiest airport in the world.

Badung (Breakfast included)

After breakfast, around 10:00 am, we start our 2-hour overland drive to Bandung. On the way we will pass through the huge tea plantation in the Puncak Area. This a beautiful sight with it’s spectacular ” green view”. Then around 12:30 pm, we will stop at the Padasuka village to enjoy the Angklung (traditional bamboo instrument) performance at Saung Angklung Ujo. Finally, around 5:00 pm we check-in at your hotel, the Arion Swiss-Belhotel.

About Badung

Bandung, capital of Indonesia’s West Java province, is a large city set amid volcanoes and tea plantations. It’s known for colonial and art deco architecture, a lively, university-town feel and – thanks to its 768 m elevation – relatively cool tropical weather. Bandung is also a shopping destination, with fashion outlets clustered along Jalan Setiabudi and Jalan Riau in the Dago district.

Badung – Full Day (Breakfast included)

After a 9:00 am breakfast, we will depart from our hotel, on our way to Tangkuban Perahu, we will undertake a 45-minute drive through a smoldering 2000m wide, surrealistic volcano 1800m above sea level. We then drive to Ciater Hot Spring as we pass through the huge tea plantation with a spectacular view. Here, we will have lunch (not included in tour package), and you will have the option of taking a bath in the hot natural water pool. Finally, around 3:30 pm, we will head back to your hotel in Bandung.

About Tangkuban Perahu

Tangkuban Perahu is a stratovolcano 30 km north of the city of Bandung. It erupted in 1826, 1829, 1842, 1846, 1896, 1910, 1926, 1929, 1952, 1957, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1983, and 2013. It is a popular tourist attraction where tourists can hike or ride to the edge of the crater to view the hot water springs and boiling mud up close, and buy eggs cooked on the hot surface. Together with Mount Burangrang and Bukit Tunggul, it is a remnant of the ancient Mount Sunda after the plinian eruption caused the Caldera to collapse.

The name translates roughly to “upturning of (a) boat” or “upturned boat” in Sundanese, referring to the local legend of its creation. The story tells of “Dayang Sumbi”, a beauty who lived in West Java.

She cast away her son “Sangkuriang” for disobedience, and in her sadness was granted the power of eternal youth by the gods. After many years in exile, Sangkuriang decided to return to his home, long after the two had forgotten and failed to recognize each other. Sangkuriang fell in love with Dayang Sumbi and planned to marry her, only for Dayang Sumbi to recognize his birthmark just as he was about to go hunting. In order to prevent the marriage from taking place, Dayang Sumbi asked Sangkuriang to build a dam on the river Citarum and to build a large boat to cross the river, both before the sunrise. Sangkuriang meditated and summoned mythical ogre-like creatures -buto ijo or green giant(s)- to do his bidding. Dayang Sumbi saw that the tasks were almost completed and called on her workers to spread red silk cloths east of the city, to give the impression of impending sunrise.

Sangkuriang was fooled, and upon believing that he had failed, kicked the dam and the unfinished boat, resulting in severe flooding and the creation of Tangkuban Perahu from the hull of the boat.

Yogyakarta (Breakfast included)

After an early, 6:00 am, breakfast at Hotel, we shall board the board the Argowilis Executive from the Bandung Train Station and head to Yogyakarta. After arrival at Yogyakarta, will drive to the Prambanan Temple about 45 minutes from Yogyakarta Train Station. The Prambanan Hindu Temple was built during the Canjaya dynasty in the 9 century.

Finally, around 5:15 pm, you will check-in at your hotel.

About The Prambanan Hindu Temple

Prambanan Temple, also known as Candi Prambanan or Candi Rara Jonggrang is a 9th-century Hindu temple compound in Central Java, Indonesia, dedicated to the Trimurti, the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma), the Preserver (Vishnu) and the Destroyer (Shiva). The temple compound is located approximately 17 kilometers’ northeast of the city of Yogyakarta on the boundary between Central Java and Yogyakarta provinces.

The temple compound, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the largest Hindu temple site in Indonesia, and one of the biggest in Southeast Asia. It is characterized by its tall and pointed architecture, typical of Hindu temple architecture, and by the towering 47-meter-high central building inside a large complex of individual temples. Prambanan attracts many visitors from around the world.

Yogyakarta (Breakfast and lunch is included)

After breakfast at 9:00 am, depart from hotel and drive to the Sultan Palace and the Kraton which wasbuilt in 1755.

From the Palace, we will proceed to visit the factory Batik Factory, which is renouned for its hand made products. You will witness clothes being made manually. Yogyakarta is famous also for its silverware, which is still, until today, made manually. We then continue to visit the Taru Martani Cigar Factory, established 918, Taru Martani always created the formulas for blending tobacco to create cigars with high variety of tastes to satisfy the cravings of cigar lovers.

And then we head back to your hotel.

Optional: Dinner Ramayana from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm


About Kraton

Kraton of Yogyakarta, formally known as: Keraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat, is a palace complex located in the city of Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta Special Region, Indonesia. The palace is the main seat of the Sultan of Yogyakarta and his family. It serves as a cultural center for the Javanese people and contains a museum that displays the sultanate’s artifacts.

It is guarded by the His Majesty’s Kraton Guard Regiment.

Yogyakarta Palace was built by Prince Mangkubumi in 1755-1756, several months after the signing of the Treaty of Giyanti between Prince Mangkubumi of Yogyakarta, Hamengkubuwono of Surakarta and Dutch East India Company. A Banyan Forest was chosen as the site of the palace due to its location between two rivers which were considered good protection from possible flooding.

Borobudur Tour (Breakfast is included)

After an 8:30 am breakfast at the hotel, we will drive to Borobudur, located about 42 km northwest of Yogyakarta. At Yogyakarta, we will visit the Borobudur Temple.

Then, we visit the Mendut and Pawon Temples also visited. Then we head to our hotel.

About Borobudur Temple

Borobudur Temple is one of the Seven Wonders of the world’ It was built by Sanmaratungga during the most glorious times of the Cailendra Dynasty in the 8 century. the entire monument was conceived as a Buddhist vision of the cosmos in stone, starting in the everyday world and spiraling up to Nirvana-eternal nothingness, the Buddhist heaven.

Surabaya (Breakfast and lunch is included)

After an early breakfast at the hotel, 6:00 am, we proceed to Tugu Train Station to continue our journey to Surabaya by the Sancaka Pagi Executive Train. After arriving Surabaya, we drive to Kalimas Traditional Harbor to see the phinisi ship (handmade ship), operating in traditional way. Then we head out to see the heritage buildings around Rajawali Street. These were built and designed by the Dutch in colonialism period. The buildings include: Gedung Cerutu (Cigar Building), International, Post Office and Cathedral Church. After looking around the buildings, the journey continues to visit The House of Sampoerna Museum.

About Pinisi

The pinisi or phinisi is a traditional Indonesian two-masted sailing ship. It was mainly built by the Konjo tribe, a sub-ethnic group of Bugis-Makassar mostly residents at the Bulukumba regency of South Sulawesi but was, and still is used widely by the Buginese and Makassarese, mostly for inter-insular transportation, cargo and fishing purposes within Indonesian archipelago.

The hull of the ships looks similar to that of a dhow while the fore-and-aft rigging recalls western schooners, although it might be more correctly termed to resemble a ketch, as the front mast is the larger.

The large mainsails differ from western style gaff rigs though, as they often do not have a boom and the sail is not lowered with the gaff. Instead it is reefed towards the mast, much like a curtain, thus allowing the gaff to be used as deck crane in the harbour. The lower part of the mast itself may resemble a tripod or is made of two poles.

Pinisi may be 20 to 35 meters long and 350 tons in size. The masts may reach to 30 meters above the deck.

Malang – Tumpang – Jemplang Tour (Breakfast included)

After an 8:30 am breakfast at the hotel, we drive to Tumpang village. After half an hour drive we change our ride to 4WD Jeep to reach the Ranu Pane village. We start with fun filled about 2hrs soft trekking and then driving by Jeep to the Cemoro Lawang Village in Bromo. You will enjoy the magnificent view of Mount Semeru and Mount Bromo from the summit of Mount Penanjakan. Then we will drive you through the vast of sandy area,ocean of sands, to go to summit of Mount Bromo. We take the concretes steps up to the edge of great crater. From here you can see the ocean beach and the Hindu’s Temple held by the Tengger Tribe from Bromo.

Around 4:00 pm, we head back to the hotel.

About Malang

Malang is a city in East Java, Indonesia. Prized by the Dutch for its mild highland climate, the city retains much of its colonial architecture. The Balai Kota building blends Indonesian and Dutch styles, and grand mansions line the main boulevard, Jalan Besar Ijen. North of the city, the Buddhist-Hindu Singosari Temple ruins are a remnant of a medieval kingdom. To the east is Mt. Bromo, a volcano with hiking trails.

Malang to Banyuwangi (Breakfast included)

After an 8:30 am breakfast, we head out to Banyuwangi. This is about a 6.5-hour trip.

Upon arrival, we check-in at the Ijen Resort.

About Ijen Resort

Ijen Resort and Villas is the only luxury hotel in the area and inevitably the ideal base to visiting this beautiful region, particulary to visit the Ijen Crater, one of the most beautiful craters in the world.

Ijen Resort and Villas perched at the edge of the rainforest of Ijen National Park and overlooking terraced rice fields to a row of volcanoes, each of Ijen Resort 47 rooms boasts superb views from their balconies.

Four hectares of beautiful garden with panoramic vistas of volcanoes, rainforest, terraced rice fields and view of the ocean make Ijen Resort and Villas itself a tourist destination.

Banayuwangi – Tour to Ijen Crater (Breakfast and lunch included)

A very early breakfast at 5:00 am at the hotel and we head out to Banyuwangi in a 4WD Jeep to get to the Ijen Crater. We will then start of the trail that leads up to the active and beautiful crater of Kawah Ijen volcano with its famous blue acid lake. This will be about 1h:30m soft trekking climb. The wate here is the most acidic water in the world. It is hot and has sulphur deposits. The fumaroles are so hot that sulphur comes out as green vapor.  After plenty of observation time, we leave the Ijen Plateau and drive to Ketapang Harbour to take the one-hour ferry trip to Bali.

We check-in into our hotel.

About Ijen Crater

The Ijen volcano complex is a group of stratovolcanoes in the Banyuwangi Regency of East Java, Indonesia.

It is inside a larger caldera Ijen, which is about 20 kilometres wide. The Gunung Merapi stratovolcano is the highest point of that complex. The name “Gunung Merapi” means “mountain of fire” in the Indonesian language (api being “fire”); Mount Merapi in central Java and Marapi in Sumatra have the same etymology.

Many other post-caldera cones and craters are located within the caldera or along its rim. The largest concentration of post-caldera cones run east-west across the southern side of the caldera.

The lake is recognized as the largest highly acidic crater lake in the world.


Leisure Day (Breakfast included)

Free day to relax on the beach and attend the cultural activities offered by the hotel.

About Banyuwangi

Banyuwangi Regency is a region on the eastern tip of Java, Indonesia, just west of Bali over the Bali Strait. It has diverse nature areas with protected jungle and marine life. The volcanic Ijen Crater features a turquoise lake some 1 kilometer in diameter. The crater’s naturally igniting sulfur creates distinctive blue flames that can be seen during nighttime hikes.

Lovina to Candi Dasa (Breakfast and lunch included included)

After breakfast, we will be on our way to Candidasa.On the way we will visit Bedugul with lake Buyan, Ulun Danu Temple, Taman Ayun Temple, Kertha Gosa, Gua Lawah before arriving Candidas.

Check-in at hotel.

About Candi Dasa

Candi Dasa is a seaside town in eastern Bali that rests on the edge of a fresh water lagoon. It is a popular tourist stop and is often described as a more sedate and laid back beach alternative to the teeming, nightclub filled Kuta area or the large, manicured resorts at Nusa Dua.

There is a temple near the lagoon, with a statue of the fertility goddess Hariti surrounded by a group of children, and cilidasa translates from Balinese as “ten children”, so many Balinese who want to have children go on pilgrimage to this place. The modern name is thought to be a corruption of this older name. The town began to catch on as a tourist destination in the 1970s, since there is good snorkelling and diving in the area and the town provides easy access to other destinations in eastern Bali.

Padang Bay Harbour (Breakfast included)

After breakfast we check-out from our hotel and leave for Padang Bay harbor. From Padang Bay Harbour Bali, we depart for Gili Trawangan. Upon arrival, around 2:00 pm. we check-in at Villa Ombak Gili Trawangan.  You can enjoy your day by relaxing on the beach or at the pool. Snorkeling and diving is optional.

About Padang Bay

Most visitors to Padang Bai are there to catch a boat to Lombok. However, it is a charming little place in its own right and many people cancel their trip in order to spend more time in this lovely village. There is good diving and snorkeling in the immediate area, and a number of operators are present to cater for those activities.

Gili Trawangan Senggigi  (Breakfast included)

Have breakfast and then check out leave the Villa Ombak Hotel at noon time, heading to Teluk Kode. We arrive at  the Senggigi Beach hotel, check in  and have a relaxing time.

About Gili Trawangan

Gili Trawangan is a paradise of global repute, ranking alongside Bali and Borobudur as one of Indonesia’s top destinations. Trawangan’s heaving main drag, busy with bikes, horse carts and mobs of scantily clad visitors can surprise those expecting some languid tropical retreat. Instead, a wall-to-wall roster of lounge bars, hip guesthouses, ambitious restaurants, mini-marts and dive schools clamor for attention.

And yet behind this glitzy facade, a bohemian character endures, with rickety warungs (food stalls) and reggae joints surviving between the cocktail tables, and quiet retreats dotting the much-less-busy north coast. Even as massive 200+ room hotels begin to colonize the still mostly wild and ragged west coast, you can head just inland to a village laced with sandy lanes roamed by free-range roosters, kibbitzing ibu (mothers) and wild-haired kids playing hopscotch.

Settled just over 50 years ago (by Bugis fishermen from Sulawesi), travelers discovered Gili T in the 1980’s, seduced by the white-sand beaches, and coral reefs. By the 1990’s Trawangan had mutated into a kind of tropical Ibiza, a stoney idyll where you could rave away from the eyes of the Indonesian police. And then the island began to grow up – resident Western hedonists morphed into entrepreneurs, diving rivaled partying in the economy, and outside money poured in to build resorts.

Kila Senggigi Beach Hotel (Breakfast included)

Free day to relax on the beach and attend the cultural activities offered by the hotel.

About Gili Trawangan

Gili Trawangan is a paradise of global repute, ranking alongside Bali and Borobudur as one of Indonesia’s top destinations. Trawangan’s heaving main drag, busy with bikes, horse carts and mobs of scantily clad visitors can surprise those expecting some languid tropical retreat. Instead, a wall-to-wall roster of lounge bars, hip guesthouses, ambitious restaurants, mini-marts and dive schools clamor for attention.

Sasak – Full Day Tour (Breakfast and lunch included)

After breakfast we leave your hotel at the designated time for fascinating places that offer you the experience of rural life of the indigenous Sasak and their fine handy crafts. This tour will give you a chance to meet and greet the native people and learn their traditions. First we will visit Banyumulek, Lombok Pottery village, then Sukarare Weaving Village. After we continue to visit Sade Lombok traditional village. Then we head to Kuta Beach for Lunch.

Finally, we head to the Lombok Airport for your flight to Denpasar Bali and overnight stay in Legian, Kuta

About Banyumulek Village

Banyumulek village is one of pottery centres in Lombok island.

In Banyumulek village, making pottery is a job that has been done for Sasak Lombok tribe for generations. The job has been able to move the village economic wheel and attract many visitors and buyers to come to this village.

When you’re entering Banyumulek village, you will be welcomed by a green gate which says ‘Banyumulek, Pottery Centre’. Even the school and local government offices are decorated by huge potteries in the gate fence. These decorations strengthen even more that Banyumulek is a pottery centre.

Along the street, many Lombok galleries can be found in right and left side of it. All you have to do is just choose which one you want to visit. Amongst them, there is a major gallery you can find, where your eye will be spoiled by the various kinds of Lombok pottery with various shapes, size, color, functions, and uniqueness. Some of them are egg-shaped earthen pot, sand flower vase, sand flat vase, chicken-shaped bank, jar, lampshade, and various of wall decorations in many size.

Uluwatu – Kecak Dance Tour (Breakfast and dinner included)

We will start our day in the afternoon by visiting the Uluwati Temple that sits on a high cliff. Here, you will get to witness an awe inspiring sunset. We will then to see a Kecak with fire dance. We will finish the day by enjoying a traditional Indonesian dinner at Cianjur Restaurant.

About Kecak Dance

Kecak is a form of Balinese dance and music drama that was developed in the 1930s in Bali, Indonesia. Since its creation, it has been performed primarily by men, with the very first women’s kecak group starting in 2006.

Also known as the Ramayana Monkey Chant, the piece, performed by a circle of at least 150 performers wearing checked cloth around their waists, percussively chanting “cak” and moving their hands and arms, depicts a battle from the Ramayana. The monkey-like Vanara led by Hanuman helped Prince Rama fight the evil King Ravana. Kecak has roots in sanghyang, a trance-inducing exorcism dance.

Kecak was originally a trance ritual accompanied by male chorus. In the 1930s, Walter Spies, a German painter and musician, became deeply interested in the ritual while living in Bali. He adapted it as a drama, based on the Hindu Ramayana and including dance, intended for performance before Western tourist audiences.

Legian (Breakfast included)

Enjoy your complimentary 2-Hour spa treatment and 1, per person, Sunset Dinner Cruise or Jimbaran Seafood Dinner with one day in advance reservation

About Legian Beach

Legian is a suburban and beach area on the west coast of Bali just north of Kuta and south of Seminyak the area between Jl. Melasti and Jl. Dhyana Pura. Administratively it is a subdistrict of Kuta District of Badung Regency.

Leisure Day (Breakfast included)

Free day to relax on the beach and attend the cultural activities offered by the hotel.

About Legian Beach

Legian is a suburban and beach area on the west coast of Bali just north of Kuta and south of Seminyak the area between Jl. Melasti and Jl. Dhyana Pura. Administratively it is a subdistrict of Kuta District of Badung Regency.

Jayakarta Hotel – Next Destination (Breakfast included)

Transfer to Jayakarta International Airport for your flight to home or on to your next destination.


Not Included in Tour Package Price :

  • Airport departure tax
  • Drinks, gratuities and expenses of a personal nature
  • Travel insurance
  • Meals not mentioned in itinerary
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