The Pink Beach in Lombok is one of the finest beaches in the region, it's also the most unique. The colour of the sands shift from white to gold, and then at the shore, and as the name suggests, to pink. Minuscule coral fragments are responsible for the unusual colour, and at low tide you'll see the beach glow pink.
The Gili Islands encapsulate tropical paradise, as each of these three small islands boast pristine coastlines, swaying coconut palms and azure waters. Take a boat out to these islands and go snorkelling or diving, and discover why they're known as the turtle capital of the world. Explore amazing underwater statues, coral reefs, tropical fish and countless turtles.
The largest Hindu temple in Lombok, and one of the most important, Pura Mera is composed of 33 shrines and three towering multi-tiered temples. They form a spectacular sight and exemplify the brilliance of Balinese-style architecture. Built in 1720, the shrines are dedicated to the Hindu trinity and Indonesia's tallest volcanoes.
A sweeping stretch of palm trees, soft sand and colourful waters is what you'll find at Mangsit Beach. The beach appears to have no end and there are sections with waves ideal for surfers, and ones with calm waters for avid snorkellers. Of course, you can choose to simply relax in the sun, no one would blame you.
In northern Lombok at the town of Senaru, you'll find the Sendang Gile & Tiu Kelep Waterfalls nestled at the bottom of Mount Rinjani. Take a gentle trek past tiered rice fields and into the lush jungle to discover the cascading waters of the falls. You can also bathe in a pool below Tiu Kelep Waterfall to cool off.