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LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER Welcome to the latest issue of The Lombok Times. While many of you won’t notice anything strange, regular readers of our publication will see a significant difference compared to our earlier editions. Since a long time we were preparing something big and small at the same time.

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After 75 issues of innovation we just had to come up with something unique. Changing from the well known tabloid sized format into a more pocketable, trendy glossy magazine was not only the result of our never ending thrive to improve our print quality, but also just the right thing to do. Filled till the edge with news from Lombok and beyond, awesome footage by our house photographer Qwadru, an expanded map section and the first Lombok White Pages, one could imagine we’ve put all our beans into one bag. Nothing is more far from the truth though. We commit ourselves to announce even more exciting innovations over the next coming months. Because after all, it’s the innovation, creativity and honesty what differs cikamedia Publications from the rest.

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LETTER from The Governor of West Nusa Tenggara The province of West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) is one of the leading tourism destinations in nationwide Indonesia. Our region has great potential and offers a wide variety of tourism attractions. Fauna & flora, beaches, mountains, vistas, forests, lakes and marine parks are part of our natural heritage, but what makes this province truly amazing is its cultural uniqueness of customs, arts, crafts and its distinctive culinary diversity. All of these facts represent the West as the “Pearl of the Equator”. Did I mention that our province is also the best and largest pearl producer in Indonesia? If you see what a wealth of things our province has to offer, it is no surprise that the local government is committed to support tourism as one of leading sectors for the region. The result of these efforts is “Visit Lombok Sumbawa 2012”, a province wide program targeting to welcome one million tourists in the year 2012. A couple months ago, Lombok has organized the first Pearl Festival Indonesia Mice synergy with the implementation of the Corporate Travel Mart. Right in front of our shores, the Pacific Ocean flows into the Indian Ocean, rising nutrient values to a state where our waters become very fertile. Pearls cultivated in NTB marine waters are therefore widely recognized for their good quality. It is important to introduce the beauty of NTB to the international community. We need cooperation with the media as a conduit of information to the public. The Lombok Times is, as the only English-language news magazine, very helpful to the provincial tourism development. A good cooperation with The Lombok Times will continue to materialize and help the government to continue improving all the needs associated with the tourism sector. Finally, I strongly hope the tourism NTB will be well developed. The Lombok Times, as one of the founding partners in raising the value added of Lombok tourism, remains the focus for working professionals and provide a positive impression to readers about the beauty of the West Nusa Tenggara province. (D0428 )

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HONEYMOON ISLANDS THE SEKOTONG GILIS, A ROMANTIC ESCAPE

It’s of course true that Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air are currently Lombok’s most visited gilis. Less known is the fact that Lombok has hundreds of these gilis. Every single gili has its charms but only some ten are constantly populated and even less of them provide tourism accommodation.

Even though most tourists connect the word ‘gili’ with the three upper most famous islands in the North of Lombok, the word means actually ‘very small island’ in the Sasak language still spoken by most of the island’s natives.

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It however does exist. Just about 50km from the provincial capital city of Mataram, Gili Sudak is part of the upcoming Sekotong district.

those who enjoy snorkeling or diving. Various fish on Gili Nanggu shores gather every time there is food around, so visitors can see them close,

Sudak has an area of approximately 18 hectares and is adjoined by three other islands, Gili Nanggu, Gili Tangkong and Gili Kedis.

Lunch is mostly enjoyed in Gili Sudak at the only restaurant on the 18 hectares big island. “We serve grilled freshly catched fish from the local fishermen,” said Toto, the restaurant owner.

With just 2.5 hectares, Gili Kedis is the smallest of the four islands in Sekotong. Seen from the Tawun village on the mainland, Gili Kedis looks like a fairy tale coral island with lush foliage. Gili kedis is the smallest of the four islands in the Sekotong.

After lunch, the group headed to the real honeymoon island. The trip takes only five minutes from Sudak. When the tide is low, the island is actually accessible by crossing its 200m long, overlapping beach area.

Surrounded by white sandy beaches, it’s no wonder that most visitors to these Gilis feel like on they’re on their honeymoon!

The Honeymoon Island honors its name, far from the hustle and bustle of the city.

On our exploration we meet the French couple Julie Laverdez and Vidre Wibowo. “We are just amazed! We’re very happy to visit these islands. The nature is so beautiful, peaceful and everything is still so pure,” said Julie.

The islands can be reached by a 1.5 hour drive from Mataram by private car, taxi or motorbike.

Julie and Vidre are among a group of 10 tourists who came to witness this astonishing part of Lombok. According to Tohri, one of the tour guides, Gili Nanggu is a place where visitors can experience the nature and its marine life. The island is very suitable for

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From the Tawun pier, motor boats can bring you to the islands without getting wet. A ride will take 10-15 minutes in a mostly calm bay. The gilis are frequently visited by very small groups of tourists. A tour with one of the motorboats will cost you approximately Rp 300,000. (photo: Qwadru Photography) (D0444 )

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LOMBOK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO BE OPERATIONAL BY THE END OF THIS YEAR The acceleration of the Lombok International Airport (Bandara Internasional Lombok BIL) development has been continuously put into efforts. The airport was scheduled to be ready last June but some issues have hindered the actual finishing.

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At this very moment the provincial Government is working hard with all parties to get the airport operational by the end of this year. Most – if not all – technical problems will soon be solved.

Even though there is no final solution for the road access problem, it is expected that the problem will solve itself during the time. Most of the planned routes are accessible as of today and will be able to handle the predicted traffic flows in the first years. Roads will get finished while traffic increases and therefore will avoid future traffic jams. During a meeting at the Indonesian Presidential Palace in Jakarta, Vice President Boediono stated that the opening of the BIL and the extension of Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport were very important assets in the development of the two neighboring provinces.

The meeting was attended by a number of stakeholders. Mr. Yopie Hidayat, Vice President Representative and Special Staff Mass Media, explained that some problems like the legal permissions for the land hand over for the road access are about to be handled. He continued with ensuring that there was no problem with the airport development. “We are at 95% today; we just need the finishing touch.”

West Nusa Tenggara Governor, Zainul Majdi, MA, reconfirmed that the land handover problem would be solved soon and roads will be ready by the end of 2010 or latest Q1 2011. The road access cost will be jointly burdened by the State Budget (APBN) and the NTB Regional Budget (APBD) of IDR 679 billion and APBD of IDR 150 billion respectively. Lalu Moh. Faozal - the speech representative of the NTB Provincial Government said that problems can be divided into three categories: the development of main infrastructure, the road access and social problems of those living next to the airport.

We are at 95% today; we just need the finishing touch The problems related to the main infrastructure, are about to be void. The management of Angkasa Pura I informed us that the physical work today is on 99%. This comes into account as the airport terminal has been 95% finished, apron supporting equipment provision 96% and parking area 100%. By the end of July these figures should all reach 100%. The latter two problems are more serious ones. For the South connection towards Kuta there is about 15.2 hectares of land which should be hand over tot the local government to support additional road access. The 125 residential units on this area definitely don’t make the problem easier. The main part of this land has been cleared but the rest (4.7 hectares) still needs to be processed. Clearance cost is estimated on IDR 4.1 billion. Additionally, the land that should be cleared towards Mataram is about 28.15 hectares. There is about 4.8 hectare to be processed with a cost of IDR 28.1 billion. Funds are released or subjected to be released in the following months. On top of the access roads there is need for a supportive ring road around the BIL area, to avoid shortcuts by people living around the airport. Angkasa Pura is ready to build the ring road on their account, but the cost to clear the land must be handled by the Central Lombok and Provincial Government. (D0430 )

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BIMA, TOURISM GOLDEN TRIANGLE IN EAST INDONESIA The Lesser Sunda Islands is the geographical name for those areas in Nusa Tenggara which cover Bali, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) and East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) Provinces. Bima Regency, the most eastern area of Sumbawa Island, West Nusa Tenggara, has now declared itself to be the tourism “golden triangle” area in East Indonesia. The term, which was introduced by the Regent of Bima, H Fery Zulkarnaen ST, is hardly nonsense. In a strategic location between the tourism areas of Bali and Lombok in the west, Komodo Island in the east and Tana Toraja in Sulawesi as the northern apex this can have a significant effect for the Bima area. Tourism development in Bima itself is supported by various natural, religious and maritime tourism objects. This includes a long recorded history in this area, starting from the Sultanate of Bima era until now as a Level II region in NTB, providing an area rich in history and cultural tourism. Amongst others, a ritual known as Hanta Ua Pua, celebrates the Moslem religion when it entered Bima a long time ago. Some famous historical sites are Wadu Pa’a at Sowa Village, Soromandi District, and the Dana Taraha gravesite, a burial complex of the King and the Sultan of Bima located on a hill about one kilometer from the Bima Bus Terminal. Amongst the beaches in Bima Regency that could be choices for tours are two quite well known beaches, namely Kalaki and Rontu beaches, both of which have white sand, small ocean waves and are surrounded by exotic mountain panoramas.

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No less interesting is Snake Island, an island located in the middle of Wera eastern territory, which is also close to Gili Banta and Tolowamba islands. Snake Island has a variety of sea snake with silver white colour combined with shiny black skin. Uniquely, those snakes are tame and friendly to people and tourists who visit the island. The island can be reached by land transport of about 45 minutes from Bima, then crossing to the island by boat from the nearby community, which takes about 15 minutes.

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With these potential items in mind, some innovative and creative ideas keep on being developed by the local authority, the Regency of Bima, to realize economic development, which later on could help prosper Bima communities.

“At this time, only Trans Nusa serves the flight route to Bima well,� said Branch Manager of PT Trans Nusa Air Services for Denpasar District, Fajar Asmara. Trans Nusa operates a daily flight service to Bima.

One of the factors which became a main priority is the development of communication services such that the area is no longer isolated. Some airline companies now service the flight route from and to Bima on a regular basis, but usually the visitors are just transiting Bima, and they rarely stay for a long time.

The Administration of Bima Regency is serious about improving the facilities at Salahuddin Airport with an extension of the runway from 1650m length to its present 2250m at a width of 45m. According to Fajar, with a number of sectors involved, the tourism sector in this area could increase rapidly, as expected by the Regent of Bima when inaugurating the daily flight to Bima some time ago. (photo: Qwadru Photography) (D0204 )

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DARK DAYS ARE OVER Electricity Company Promises to Immediate End Lombok Blackouts The daily blackouts that is scourging Lombok since last months are about to end soon. The national Electricity Company PT PLN Persero promises that it will immediately decrease the intensity and duration of the blackouts. “It’s impossible to run my restaurant when PLN cuts of our electricity every single evening”, “How am I supposed to keep my generator running for 10 hours a day?”, “The only thing which comes on time is our monthly bills”. These are just some of the many complaints dominating daily conversations amongst Senggigi business men and residents. The fact that Lombok is suffering a severe electricity problem is all but an understatement. While last years there where scheduled power cuts every other day from 5 till 10pm, the problem became even worse last month with additional, unscheduled power cuts from morning till afternoon. Severe conditions has drawn protest not only from citizens but even more from several bigger hotels and industries with stakes in tourism, supply and production businesses. PT PLN is renting dozens of portable generators with capacities ranging from 1.5 till 2.5 Mw and more static equipment ranging from 5 till 10 Mw, pumping an additional capacity of around 40 Mw into the provincial power grid. Eleven new main diesel engines will be placed in the Ampenan and Sumbawa power plants. Head of PLN Lombok, Mr. Anang Widjayanta, told us he’s delighted with the arrival of the new machines in Ampenan; “We’ve started the engines on the 25th of June and soon we will shift them into production phase.”

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Facts The consolidated power generation of Lombok is 72 Mw with 112 Mw peak load. The island is experiencing a shortage of minimum 40 megawatts of electricity, which forced PLN to regularly turn off several grids to overcome the shortage. The main reason was old equipment and poor maintenance; some engines were dating back to the 60’s. Previously, PLN requested heavy load customers to temporary install and use their own power plants. By doing this, the Mataram Mall and The Santosa Villas & Resort in Senggigi receive incentives in the form of discounts.

The new machines will increase the usage of diesel by about 30%, from 16,000 tons of diesel to a mere 18,000 tons per year. The 30-40 tons heavy equipment was shipped from Dubai through Singapore and Jakarta. Each machine has 6,000 hours of operational capability before maintenance. With the extra capacity, engine burnouts will less likely happen. Even when it happens it will less probably result in blackouts, as other engines will be able to catch up the temporary loss of capacity.

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Anang Widjayanta states that chartering these new machines is a only short-term solution. It will give enough breathing space to wait for the completion of the new coal fueled steam power plant in Jeranjang, West Lombok. The groundbreaking of this 2 x 25Mw project has already been started and is scheduled to be ready within 18 months. To rent the extra equipment, PLN allocated a sufficient budget of Rp. 800 billion, the equivalent of Lombok’s Regional Budget (APBD). (photo: Qwadru Photography) (D0432 )

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SEKOLAH NUSA ALAM CELEBRATES TEN YEARS! Lombok’s own national-plus school, Sekolah Nusa Alam, is celebrating its tenth birthday. On 10th June, 200 of Lombok’s best and brightest gathered for a gala Benefit Dinner Party to celebrate the occasion at Café Alberto in Senggigi. Thanks to sponsors from the local business community, and with the addition of some private donations, enough money was raised from ticket sales to purchase an interactive white-board to complement the school’s growing technology program. The night was calm and dry, a cool breeze off the water keeping spirits up. The food was excellent. Entertainment was provided by a local band and some of the school’s senior students put on a lively dance performance. The school’s principal, Gregg Renneberg, gave an inspiring speech which stressed the pride the school community feels in creating and sustaining Lombok’s only truly international school. Two of the school’s founders described the early history of the school’s conception and birth, and how after ten years the ‘baby’ has ‘grown up’! Ibu Ace, Head of the School Board, released a pair of beautiful Thai-style candle ‘balloons’ into the night sky, and teachers, parents and students got down to the serious business of partying. The event was followed by a two-day celebration for students and their families on 17-18 June; parties, games, house sports, music and a family assembly were all included.

The school opened in January 2000 with six elementary (SD) students and five Indonesian and international teachers. Since then it has grown to its present size of 130 students and 15 teachers. Junior secondary classes (SMP) began in 2004 and in 2007 the first graduates topped the district in the national examinations and were accepted into two of the most selective senior secondary schools in the province. Many other children have gone on to top-level international schools overseas, including in the USA, Australia, Malaysia, the United Kingdom and the Philippines. Then, in 2009 the school commenced senior secondary (SMA) classes and adopted the highly acclaimed Cambridge International Examinations curriculum; IGCSE and A levels. This curriculum is recognized internationally and prepares students for the rigors of further study, as well as the real working world. The school was recently accredited as Lombok’s first examination centre for IGCSE.

And there is plenty to celebrate!

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A new building has recently been constructed to provide four new classrooms for Years 7-11 and an open area for secondary students. The school plans to construct more specialist rooms including a new science laboratory and music room. An Early Childhood Centre is under development and a kindergarten program for three year-olds will open in July. The library and ICT centre are being upgraded. All classes have access to computer technology and internet. New administration and teacher facilities are being developed and an English Language Centre is opening in July. Starting this month, a specialist from Australia will manage the English language program for students along with the new centre. What started out ten years ago as the dream of a few parents has become a reality. Sekolah Nusa Alam is Lombok’s only genuine bilingual, national plus school. Using the latest active-learning approaches, highly qualified Indonesian and international teachers from Australia and UK teach an integrated international and Indonesian curriculum. The school offers high standard internationalstyle education for both expatriate and Indonesian children from the ages of three to sixteen. Close to the beach and surrounded by green fields, the Sekolah Nusa Alam is situated in Montong, only a short drive from Ampenan, Mataram and Cakranegara to the south and Senggigi to the north. ‘Are you proud that your school was judged the best in Lombok and NTB?’ asked Gregg Renneberg. ‘Are you proud that your school has been licensed as the

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first and only Cambridge examination centre in Lombok and NTB? Are you proud that your children are receiving the best education in Lombok? Are you proud of our achievement over the last ten years?’ The answer? Yes! The success of the school so far is due to the hard work of many individuals, including the staff, parents and founders, who have given in time and in other ways to enable the school to become so well-established. Happy Birthday Sekolah Nusa Alam!

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DRAGON REPRESENTING INDONESIA IN NEW7WONDERS COMPETITION The third phase of the New7Wonders world competition, the New7 Wonders of Nature has begun. The Official New7Wonders of Nature campaign started in 2007, immediately after the campaign to elect the man-made New Seven Wonders of the World, in which more than 100 million votes were cast. From over 440 participants representing over 220 countries and through a national qualification and race to become one of the Top 77, as well as the recommendations of the Panel of Experts lead by Prof. Federico Mayor, the list of 28 “Official Finalist Candidates� has been determined. Voting is underway and will continue throughout 2010 and into 2011. During this time, the New7Wonders World Tour is planned to visit each of the finalists to allow them to present themselves to the voters across the globe. The Official Declaration of the New7Wonders of Nature will be in 2011. Komodo Island, the only Indonesian representative in the event managed to end within the total group of 14 finalists.

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Pulau Komodo has passed the two previous phases successfully. The first phase, lasting from December 2007 until July 2009, was to select 77 nominations. Out of this shortlist, 28 candidates were nominated. The finalists will be selected by a public, worldwide voting system. Announcement of the Seven Wonders of the World will be held on November 11, 2011. Komodo has a comparative advantage to other locations, as the island is the habitat for the Komodo Dragon, a rare specie believed to be the last living dinosaur on earth. The Komodo National Park includes the island of Komodo, Rinca, Padar and other micro islands and is the original habitat of the Komodo dragon. The National Park was established in 1980 to protect the Komodo dragon and its surrounding waters. Additionally the program protects a variety of wildlife found above and below sea level. According to the Chairman of the New7Wonders, Bernard Weber, there are about 1 billion of people expecting to participate in the voting. Apart from the Indonesian representative there is the Amazon River, the Dead Sea, the Grand Canyon, Halong Bay, Jeita Grotto, Puerto Princesa, Angel Fallas, the Galapagos, the Great Barrier Reef, Iguazu Falls, Jeju Island, the Maldives and the Vesuvius. (photo: Qwadru Photography) (D0440 )

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THE GRAND OPENING OF THE PEDULI ANAK SCHOOL Happy summer holidays, Lombok Times readers! My family and I just wrapped up our European traveling and life’s now back to its routines. During our stay in the Netherlands, I took the opportunity to ask a school teacher and good friend Melanie to arrange a visit to her school. I wanted to meet the teachers and students and learn about their class rules, which I could apply in the new Peduli Anak School. This is important for us because we’re dealing with children who used to live on a place where there are no rules, the streets. Children being exposed to this kind of chaotic environments will need more guidance and attention compared to ‘home’ children. I visited several classrooms from grade 2 to grade 6. I talked about Peduli Anak and Lombok. Even though many kids never heard of Lombok, all were very enthusiastic to know more about our projects at the Peduli Anak Foundation. When I raised the question about their class rules, most students eagerly explained about the rules that were important to them, the rewards and consequences. Packed with this useful real life information I returned to Lombok. At my arrival back home there was no time to unpack my bags. Every single soul on the Peduli Anak compounds where busy with the preparation of one of the most remarkable events in our history: The Grand Opening of the Peduli Anak School.

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The event, which also marked the first official day of school, was attended by several government officials, community leaders and of course the main school sponsors; the Koper family and Ash Day. Where the Koper family donated the school building, Ash Day is sponsoring the teachers’ salaries. The fresh new students of the Peduli Anak School assisted the formal opening with a musical presentation about how their school life in the new Peduli Anak School would be. The performance was followed by a speech by the Lingsar District Secretary Drs. Pramubinawan, who expressed a warm welcome to the efforts being made and the hope that the new school would help to improve the quality of education on the island. Next on stage was Mr. Koper. He explained that helping children brings joy to his family. Completely unpredicted he surprised us with the fact that he would contribute the salary for the teachers for the whole next school term. Amazing news that was of course applauded by all spectators! Having its own primary school is a great achievement for Peduli Anak. When we finished the construction of the building, we began to feel a bit worried about the future of the school in the long term. Raising buildings from the ground is

relatively easy but surviving as a school is a whole different matter. Nevertheless, I believe that there are a lot of kind people out there who will help us to produce future 21st century leaders in our school. With our new school now being fully operational, no less than sixty Peduli Anak children - who used to go to school outside - will now attend our very own elementary school. Next year we schedule the opening of secondary level grades 7 to 9, still free of charge. Our school is now the first and only school for underprivileged and/or street children on the beautiful island of Lombok, a new era of education for all of us.

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PERESEAN SASAKNESE MEN The Art of Stick Fighting

As one of the world’s richest habitats of cultural activities, Indonesia is a country full of heritaged traditions, ceremonies, spiritual beliefs and religions. Described in ancient transcriptions or by mainly English and Dutch explorers between the 18th and 19th century proved that culture is not only currently, but always has been an important reason for foreigners visiting Indonesia. Sad but true, culture is often the first thing that fades away to make space for trade and commerce. In the West we tend to call it ‘progress’. The Indonesian government however, knows as no other that retaining cultural heritage is an important asset for their citizens in general but maybe even more important for tourism development. World explorer Sir Francis Drake (1540-1596) once said: “Wealth & poverty, light & dark skin colours and religions can be found at every corner of the world. We’re all human beings. It’s the culture that separates us from the rest.” Even though his intentions were eurm… let’s say ‘less cultural’, he was absolutely right on that. The cultural activities in Lombok are no difference. Maybe they’re a little less famous but they share roots with the Balinese and eventually with the Javanese Majapahit traditions.

This article is part of many where we try to dig in the culture of the Sasaknese, the dominant habitants of the island Lombok. In the Sasak culture, the Peresean is a way of proving braveness and fighting techniques.

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History The Peresean was originally performed as a martial art at former kingdoms, performed as an emotional release after winning the war. Apart from that, the performance also was a way to examine one’s bravery, zeal and fighting skills. Spectator or participant? As in every fight, spectators join up to support the fighter of their choice. What makes this tradition unique though is that participants are generally not prepared beforehand. After a game it is one of the spectators who enter the ring to challenge another spectator. It is your level of braveness which separates you from your fellow spectators. The Pepadus - the two fighters - will perform their strength and skills to show who the real fighter is. Each of them is armoured by a rattan stick (used to beat the cows on the crop fields) and a buffalo leathered shield. The rules are simple, but are bound by respecting the judge and opponent. The fighters are not allowed to beat either thigh or leg but have to focus to beat upper body parts like head, shoulders, and back. When fighting each of the five rounds, both fighters must be topless. It is a true fight. One looses the game when either his head or parts of his body are bleeding. The game is led by the Pekembar Tengaq, the referee. He leads the game whilst the Pekembar Sedi, his assistant, looks for prospective fighters. As in most of the traditional events, there is musical support with Gongs, Kendangs, cymbals and flutes to encourage the fighters to dance while performing. The dances are meant both to distract the opponent and to be able to take a resting breath. Between the rounds, the referee usually gives a fighting break. At that time, the fighters dance whilst learning their opponent’s strength.

Nowadays, the Paresean is performed to welcome foreign guests visiting Lombok. As you can imagine, unprepared guests might encounter the fights somewhat barbaric. It is purely just a game though and after the bloody fight, the opponents hug each other as if nothing happened! (photo: Qwadru Photography) (D0429 )

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LAKEY BEACH A HEAVEN FOR WORLD SURFERS

Lakey-Hu’u beach, in the district of Dompu, is well known for its consistent roll of waves and has made the area popular as “heaven” among world class surfers. As a result, every day many international tourists, especially surfers, come to try to the challenge of the four different surf breaks at this beach, named Lakey Peak, Cobble Stone, Lakey Pipe and the Periscope. These waves bring a rush of adrenalin and urge the surfers to quickly dive into the sea. According to the Head of the Culture & Tourism Service of Dompu, Drs H Abdul Haris, regularly every year Lakey-Hu’u beach plays host to a world class surfing competition. “The Lakey-Hu’u beach can be reached in one hour and 45 minutes from Kota Dompu and is within 10 minutes from Hu’u Bay. Along several kilometers of the nearby beach can be found the famous roll of waves commonly known as Periscope and the most consistent and great wave, Lakey Peak,” he explains. He says Lakey Peak is one of the greatest surf breaks in Indonesia where surfers can ride both from the left-side and the right-side. The left-side of the peak forms a long and intense tunnel, while the right-side can form a perfect barrel wave. “The peak can reach as high as 8 feet, but it is going to be very heavy when it reaches more than 6 feet high,” says the Head of Human Resource and Product Development of the Culture and Tourism Service of Dompu, Abdul Kadir.

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Other than the beautiful white sandy beach, Hu’u beach, or Lakey, is also surrounded by small bays that can be use as swimming and snorkeling areas. And during periods of low-tide, one can walk on top of the coral reefs and observe its diverse ocean life from the water surface. “What is most important is that one can easily find accommodations near Lakey Beach with a variety of prices,” Abdul Kadir says. He also mentions that not far from Lakey there is a Japanese cave located on top of the hill and this cave has a direct view to the ocean beyond Lakey beach. There is also the Nangasia site, which is estimated to have existed since 4500 BC. This site explains that since a very long time ago the ancestors of Dompu had developed a civilization with quite high technology levels. Apart from that, a stone chair (Wadu Kadera) which is used during the coronation of a leader (Ncuhi), and footprints of the Ncuhi and a sitting tomb were also discovered. Another interesting site is Pantai Ria, on the west-coast of Campy bay, Desa Riwo, Kecamatan Woja, around 27 kilometers from Kota Dompu. “In this remote, calm, and white sandy beach we can relax and escape from our exhausting daily routine. At present the local government is speeding up the building of public facilities and infrastructure for the sake of visitors’ convenience and safety,” Abdul Kadir concluded. (photo: Qwadru Photography) (D0230 )

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MOUNT RINJANI INTERNATIONAL CLIMBING COMPETITION 2010 Volcanic Activity puts race schedule in question.

An international climbing competition on Mount Rinjani has been postponed to later July.

At first the organization thought to be pulling off the event, but it seems that the event will just be postponed to a later date.

The organizer, the Directorate General of the Ministerial Forest Protection & Nature Conservation (PHKA) was worried as Lombok’s highest had been spewing volcanic ash since the last few weeks.

“In such conditions, of course we have to delay the event,” said board secretary Comm. Haryadi Himawan.

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Haryadi said his office would continue to coordinate with the Institute of Volcanology to monitor the level and duration of activities. According to the head of the Rinjani National Park, Hall H Sihabuddin, the Mount Baru, situated in the middle of the Crater Lake is still in standby state and could restart to spew red matter any time. The situation is however believed to be within reasonable limits, and there is definitely no reason for worries. In the mean time, residents in the surrounding areas continue to live their life as normal and seem not to be disturbed by the small but potential danger. Therefore, the climbing competition is likely to be still carried on and sponsors have reported to be ready to roll out of the race tracks. The Mount Rinjani climbing tracks have been closed for the general public after the activities of Mount Baru increased last May. Even though the brown volcanic ashes where spewed hundreds of meters high, this didn’t seem to affect the mind of several groups of climbers in their determination to conquer the sacred mountain. Since a couple of weeks the government re-opened a limited track to the Segara Anak Lake. The Provincial Department of Culture & Tourism is still optimistic that the race will be held in July. Head of Culture & Tourism, Gita Aryadi stated that it will

help to coordinate with the stakeholders and hopes that organization will be realized. “Our Mount Rinjani is one of the most popular tourism objects on the island of Lombok. The National Park trekking entry points are spread over two districts, North Lombok and East Lombok. We are planning a cable car, starting from ground level in the North Regency, over the tropical rainforest Pusuk right to the summit of the Rinjani. In the East district there are plans to enhance driving paths to higher areas following the current Sembalun Pass trekking path. (photo: Qwadru Photography) (D0436 )

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INVESTORS SHOW STRONG INTEREST TO INVEST IN MANDALIKA TOURISM RESORT The Capital Investment Coordination Board (BKPM) informed us lately that the new mega tourism resort project at Mandalika Bay keeps attracting investors. After the resignation of Dubai based Emaar Group, other investors have shown their interests in taking over the multi million development contract in South Central Lombok. Head of the Board, Gita Wiryawan, said that there are five investors in the running. “Some of them are from India and the Middle East, others have asked not to disclose their origin yet,” he informed us when we met him in the Office of Coordinating Ministry of Economy. Gita was however very chary of further information, but wanted to express that current negotiations were not done with just anybody; “There is a huge group – and I mean a super one - but I can not inform you just yet”. As informed before, the Emaar group planned to develop a resort and integrated tourist destination in Aan Beach, Kuta, Central Lombok. Even though the main project itself will ‘just’ needs USD 600 million, the area will attract multiple other smaller and bigger investments. The resort expects a mere 2 million visitors annually. However, due to the global financial crisis, the Emaar Group suspended their investment plans, to focus more on finishing current projects rather than create new ones. The government had to look for other investors.

It is a public known fact that Emaar itself actually still shows interest in the area and have submitted a new, modified offer to develop Mandalika. Gita confirms this but explained that they should respect and follow the new contract parameters openly offered. This new contract is considered to be stricter towards deadlines and to bring more benefits to the Government. He further added that the new contracts are subjected to be ready within the next two months. Furthermore, the Head of the provincial BPKM, Yaqoub Abidin, said that a number of investors had already met him and proved them that they mean serious business. To be continued… (photo: Qwadru Photography) (D0433 )

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Bukit Batu Layar Montong Ampenan Airport Mataram Cakranegara

BTN GREEN VALLEY Blue Coral

Warung

Bukit Senggigi

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Raja’s

SENGGIGI SQUARE

Bahari

Stylist Achi-Acha

Rumah Bunga

Gara-gara

Astiti Salsa

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Telkom Public Water Dept.

Sheraton

Police

Sonya Pondok Shinta The Office de Quake Lotus Bayview Puri Bunga

Lombok Real Estate

Blue Market 24/7

Asmara

Kedaton

Post Office

Santosa

Surya

Abadi Supermarket Surfshop

Massage

Pamour Club 69

Mascot

THE LOMBOK TIMES

Sahara ATM Mandiri

SENGGIGI PLAZA

Square

Senggigi Beach

Clinic

Pacific Puri Saron

Jayakarta

Elen

Air Water Exotiq

Senggigi Beach Area

PLN Taman

Planet

Art Gallery

Sudirman Antique

Dhamarie

Lina

Sunshine

Graha Senggigi

Pool Villa

Papaya

Bidy Tour Ciokolata Jaya Supermarket

DUSUN LOCO Perama

Marina

Dragon Restaurant

Berry’s Lombok Dive Lombok Smile

24/7 Mini Market

Alberto

The Beach Club

Batu Bolong Restaurant

The Sunset House

Cassanova

Puri Senggigi

Batu Bolong Cottage

Cafe Wayan

Jo-Je Boutique

Lian Club

Batu Layar Beach Area

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Lombok Baku

Indian Ocean

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Share Bar & Lounge

Puri Rinjani

Exotic Real Estate

Yellow Flower

Sekar Kuning

Lamancha

Mimpi Manis

Segerana Anak

Surfer’s

Tastura

Ketapang

Bamboo

G’Day

Lombok Lounge

Matahari

Kuta Indah

Praya Airport

Kuta Lombok Tanjung Ann

Sunday Market

Novotel Coralia


www.baliekajaya.com

Rp 660.000/pax

Eka Jaya provides a reliable and service from anywhere on Bali to Gili Terawangan Lombok. Shortest possible sea crossing +/- 1 hour.

TO GILI TERAWANGAN & LOMBOK

EKA JAYA SCHEDULE DEPART PADANGBAI

8:30 AM

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*schedule may changed without prior notice

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Agents. Padangbai Papa Jhon Cafe Jl. Segara 23xx Padangbai Telp. +62 363 41688 Gili Terawangan PT. Suarmanik Kencana Gili Terawangan Telp. +62 81803681994 +62 612 37 68 504 +62 917 22 9 818


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Medana Bay Marina

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EMERGENCIES

MAINLAND Telephone Directory services T. 108 Ambulance T. 118 Emergency Number T. (0370) 623 498 Police Departement T. 110 Emergency Number T. (0370) 632 733 Senggigi Tourism Police T. (0370) 631 225 Head office Jl. Langko Ampenan Fire Brigade T. 113 Emergency Number T. (0370) 672 013 PLN Electricity T. 123 T. (0370) 637 536 Mataram T. (0370) 693 886 Senggigi T. (0370) 693 535 Senggigi PDAM Water Distribution T. (0370) 637 536 Mataram T. (0370) 693 886 Senggigi Search & Rescue T. 111 / 115 / 151

Taxi Blue Bird - Lombok Taxi T. (0370) 627 000 GILI TRAWANGAN Emergency Speedboat service from / to the main land Hotel Vila Ombak T. (0370) 642 336 Speed Boat Service T. 0813 39904065 (mobile) Helicopter Service - Air Bali T. (0361) 20 777 88 T. 081-238 363 21 T. 081-338 769 756 Taxi Blue Bird - Lombok Taxi T. (0370) 627 000 Blue Bird has a waiting point at Bangsal, the public harbour. Private harbours Teluk Nara (Blue Marlin) & Teluk Kodek (Scallywags, Dream Divers, Vila Ombak, Beach House) are about 10 minutes by car from Bangsal.

HEALTH Ambulance T. 118 Emergency Number T. (0370) 623 498

Risa Sentra Medika Hospital Jl. Pejanggik 115, Cakranegara T. (0370) 625 560 Public Hospital Rumah Sakit Umum Jl. Pejanggik 6, Pajang Mataram T. (0370) 622 254 T. (0370) 638 464 Army Hospital Jl. Langko, Mataram T. (0370) 621 420 Islamic Hospital Siti Fajar Jl. Caturwarga, Mataram T. (0370) 623 498 Anthonius Catholic Hospital Jl. Koperasi, Ampenan T. (0370) 621 397 Risa Klinik Jl. Pejanggik 115, Cakranegara T. (0370) 625 560 Hotel Vila Ombak Clinic T. (0370) 642 336 (24h) Senggigi Beach Hotel Clinic T. (0370) 693 210 Deco Chamber Kantor Kesehatan Pelabuhan Jl. Adi Sucipto 13B (Airport Street) Ampenan T. (0370) 660 0333 / 616 2145 F. (0370) 616 2147 International SOS Bali Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 505X Kuta Bali T. (0361) 710 505

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W. www.internationalsos.com BIMC - Bali International Medical Centre Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai 100X Kuta Bali T. (0361) 761 263 W. www.bimcbali.com

EMBASSIES AND CONSULATES Australia Consulate-General for Bali & Lombok Jl. Tantular 32 Renon Denpasar Bali T. (0361) 241 118 (24hrs) F. (0361) 221 195 E. bali.congen@dfat.gov.au W. www.dfat.gov.au/bali Mon-Fri 08.00-12.00 - 12.20-16.00 Visa Mon-Fri 08.30-12.00 Embassy Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. C15-16 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan T. (021) 2550 5555 T. (021) 522 7111 F. (021) 2550 5467 E. public-affairs-jakt@dfat.gov.au W. www.austembjak.or.id W. www.indonesia.embassy.gov.au Austria Consulate for Bali & Lombok see Switzerland Embassy Terusan Denpasar Raya Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. X/3 N째1

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Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan T. (021) 259 3037 F. (021) 5292 0651 E. jakarta-ob@bmeia.gv.at W. www.austrian-embassy.or.id Mon-Thu 08.00-16.00 Fri 08.00-14.00 Consular services in the morning Belgium Consulate for Lombok & Surabaya Jl. Darmo Baru Barat I 22 Surabaya / East Java T. (0343) 740 274 / 75 T. (031) 731 5062 F. (0343) 740 273 F. (031) 731 506 2 E. utp@indo.net.id Embassy Deutsche Bank Building, 16th Floor Jl. Imam Bonjol 80 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat T. (021) 316 2030 F. (021) 316 2035 E. jakarta@diplobel.fed.be W. www.diplomatie.be Canada Consulate for Bali & Lombok see Australia Embassy World Trade Centre, 6th Floor Jl. Jenderal Sudirman, Kav. 29 Jakarta 12920 T. (021) 2550 7800 F. (021) 2550 7811 E. canadianembassy.jkrta @dfait-maeci.gc.ca E. jkrta@dfait-maeci.gc.ca W. www.indonesia.gc.ca W. www.jakarta.gc.ca W. www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/jakarta

China Embassy Jl. Mega Kuningan 2 Karet Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950 T. (021) 57610 39 / 17 / 37 F. (021) 57610 34 / 51 E. political@chnemb.or.id E. administrative@chnemb.or.id W. www.chinaembassy-indonesia.or.id Denmark Consulate for Bali & Lombok See Norway Embassy Menara Rajawali, 25th Floor Jl. Mega Kuningan Lot 5.1 Jakarta 12950 T. (021) 576 1478 F. (021) 576 1535 E. jktamb@um.dk W. www.ambjakarta.um.dk Finland Consulate for Bali & Lombok Segara Village Hotel Jl. Segara Ayu Sanur / Bali T. (0361) 282 223 F. (0361) 282 211 E. sweconsul@yahoo.com Tuesday & Thursday 10.00-13.00 Emergencies: 0817-972 3658 Embassy Menara Rajawali, 9th floor Jl. Mega Kuningan, Lot 5.1 Kawasan Mega Kuningan, Jakarta T. (021) 576 1650 F. (021) 576 1631 E. sanomat.jak@formin.fi W. www.finland.or.id W. www.finembjak.com

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France Consulate for Bali Jl. Merta Sari Gang II 8 Sanur / Bali T. (0361) 285 485 F. (0361) 286 406 E. consul@dps.centrin.net.id W. www.agernce-consulaire-bali.org Mon-Fri 09.00-12.00 Embassy Jl. M.H. Thamrin 20 Jakarta Pusat T. (021) 235 576 00 F. (021) 235 576 01 W. www.ambafrance-id.org Germany Consulate for Bali & Lombok Jl. Pantai Karang 17 Batujimbar / Sanur / Bali T. (0361) 288 535 F. (0361) 288 826 E. germanconsul@bali-ntb.com Mon-Fri 08.00-12.00 Emergencies: 0812-3913938 Embassy Jl. M.H. Thamrin 1 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat T. (021) 3985 5000 T. (021) 390 1750 F. (021) 390 1757 E. germany@rad.net.id W. www.jakarta.diplo.de W. www.germanembjak.or.id Greece Embassy Plaza 89, 12th floor Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X-7 6 Kuningan, Jakarta T. (021) 520 7776

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T. (021) 384 3656 F. (021) 520 7753 F. (021) 384 3885 E. grembas@cbn.net.id W. www.greekembassy.or.id Hungary Consulate for Bali & Lombok Marintur Jl. Bypass Ngurah Rai 219 Sanur, Bali T. (0361) 287 701 F. (0361) 735 232 E. huconbali@telkom.net E. g-cristofoli@yahoo.com Mon-Fri 10.00-12.00 Emergencies: 0811-389680 or 0816-790046 Embassy Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X/3 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950 T. (021) 520 3459 T. (021) 520 3460 F. (021) 520 3461 E. huembjkt@rad.net.id W. www.huembjkt.or.id India Consulate for Bali & Lombok Jl. Raya Puputan Renon 42-44 T. (0361) 241 978 F. (0361) 241 980 Embassy Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. S-1 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950 T. (021) 52041 50 / 52 / 57 F. (021) 52041 60 E. eoiisi@indo.net.id E. eoijkt@indo.net.id W. www.embassyofindiajakarta.org W. www.eoijakarta.or.id


Italy Consulate for Bali & Lombok Lotus Enterprise Building Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai Jimbaran / Bali T. (0361) 701005 F. (0361) 701005 E. italconsbali@italconsbali.com W. www.italconsbali.org W. www.italconsbali.com Mon-Fri 10.00-13.00 Emergencies: 0812-3904471 Embassy Jl. P. Diponegoro 45 Jakarta 10310 T. (021) 3193 7445 F. (021) 3193 7422 E. ambasciata.jakarta@esteri.it W. www.italian-embassy.org.ae/Ambasciata_Jakarta W. www.ambjakarta.esteri.it Japan Consulate for Bali & Lombok Jl. Raya Puputan 170 Renon / Denpasar / Bali T. (0361) 227 628 F. (0361) 265 066 Mon-Fri 08.30-12.30 13.30-16.00 Emergencies: 0812-3801941 Embassy Menara Thamrin, 7-10th Floor Jl. M.H. Thamrin Kav. 3 24 Jakarta Pusat 10350 T. (021) 3192 4308 F. (021) 3192 5460 F. (021) 315 7156 W. www.id.emb-japan.go.jp

Malaysia Consulate for Bali & Lombok Alam Kulkul Boutique Resort Jl. Pantai Kuta, Legian Bali 80030 T. (0361) 752 520 F. (0361) 752 519 F. (0361) 766 373 E. feisol@attglobal.net Embassy Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X-6 1-3 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan 12950 T. (021) 522 4947 F. (021) 522 4974 E. maljakarta@kln.gov.my Netherlands Consulate for Bali & Lombok Jl. Raya Kuta 127 Kuta / Bali T. (0361) 7615 02 / 06 F. (0361) 752777 F. (0361) 754897 E. dutchconsulate@kcb-tours.com Mon-Fri 08.30-12.30 / 13.30-16.00 Visa: 8.30-12.30 Emergencies: 081-55 66 7777 Embassy Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. S-3 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan T. (021) 525 1515 T. (021) 524 8200 F. (021) 570 0734 F. (021) 527 5975 E. jak@minbuza.nl W. www.netherlandsembassy.or.id New Zealand Consulate for Bali & Lombok see Australia

Embassy Sentral Senayan 2, 10th Floor Jl. Asia Afrika No 8 Gelora Bung Karno, Jakarta Pusat 10270 T. (021) 5709 460 T. (021) 2995 5800 F. (021) 5709 457 F. (021) 5709 4578 F. (021) 5709 4579 E. nzembjak@cbn.net.id W. www.nzembassy.com/indonesia North Korea Embassy Jl. Teluk betung No.1-2 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat 12050 T. (021) 319084 25 / 37 F. (021) 319084 27 / 36 Norway Consulate for Bali & Lombok Mimpi Resort Jimbaran Kawasan / Bukit Permai T. (0361) 7010 70 F. (0361) 7010 73 / 74 E. norwayconbali@mimpi.com Mon-Fri 09.00-14.00 Emergencies: 0812-3802104, 08123930809 Embassy Menara Rajawali Building, 25th floor Mega Kuningan, Lot 5.1 Jakarta Selatan T. (021) 57615 23 / 24 F. (021) 57615 37 E. emb.jakarta@mfa.no W. www.norway.or.id W. www.norwayemb-indonesia.org Portugal Embassy Jl. Indramayu 2 A

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Menteng, Jakarta T. (021) 3190 80 30 / 22 F. (021) 3190 80 31 E. porembjak@cbn.net.id W. embassyportugaljakarta.or.id Russia Embassy Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. X-7 1-2 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan T. (021) 52229 12 / 14 F. (021) 52229 16 / 15 E. rusembjkt@dnet.net.id Singapore Embassy Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. Block X/4, Kav No 2 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan T. (021) 520 1489, 5296 1433 F. (021) 520 1486 F. (021) 520 2320 E. singemb_jkt@sgmfa.gov.sg W. www.mfa.gov.sg/jkt Spain Consulate for Bali & Lombok Istana Kuta Galeria Blok Valet 2, 11 Jl. Patih Jelantik Kuta / Bali T. (0361) 7692 87 /86 F. (0361) 7691 86 E. estana_bali@blueline.net.id E. rabik@indo.net.id Mon-Fri 09.00-12.00 / 13.00-16.00 Emergencies: (0361) 975736 or 0812-3840801 Embassy Jl. H. Agus Salim 61 Gondangdia, Menteng Jakarta Pusat

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Renon / Denpasar T. (0361) 263 310 F. (0361) 238 044 E. peraphon@cp.co.id E. RTC_bali@thaimail.com Mon-Fri 09.00-12.00 / 13.00-16.00 Emergencies: 0816-4724466

T. (021) 2356 5200 T. (021) 315 6264 F. (021) 392 6263 F. (021) 2356 5351 F. (021) 3983 5538 W. www.britain-in-indonesia.or.id Mon-Thu 07.45-16.00 Fri till 12.45

Switzerland Consulate for Bali & Lombok Istana Kuta Galeria Blok Valet 2, 12 Kuta / Bali T. (0361) 751 735 F. (0361) 754 457 E. jonswiss@telkom.net E. bali@honorarvertretung.ch Mon-Fri 09.00-13.00 Emergencies: (0361) 754 719, (0361) 730149, 0812-3948861, 0818-566392 Embassy Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. X3/2 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan T. (021) 525 6061 F. (021) 520 2289 E. vertretung@jak.rep.admin.ch E. vetretung@jak.rep.admin.ch W. www.eda.admin.ch/jakarta W. www.swissembassy.or.id

Embassy Jl. Imam Bonjol 74 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat T. (021) 390 4052 T. (021) 310 7468 T. (021) 529 63807 F. (021) 310 7469 F. (021) 319 01411 F. (021) 390 4055 E. thaijkt@indo.net.id Turkey Embassy Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. 1 Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan T. (021) 525 6250 T. (021) 526 4143 F. (021) 522 6056 F. (021) 525 6258 E. cakabe@cbn.net.id United Kingdom Consulate for Bali & Lombok Jl. Tirta Nadi 20 Sanur / Bali T. (0361) 270 601 F. (0361) 287 804 E. bcbali@dps.centrin.net.id Mon-Fri 09.00-12.30 Emergencies: 0811-802435 or 0812-3838844

USA Consulate for Bali & Lombok Jl. Hayam Wuruk 188 Denpasar T. (0361) 233 605 F. (0361) 222 426 E. emcobali@indosat.net.id Mon-Fri 08.00-12.00, 13.00-16.30 Emergencies: 0812-3802540

Thailand Consulate for Bali & Lombok Jl. Raya Puputan 81

Embasssy Jl. M.H. Thamrin 75 Jakarta 10310

T. (021)314-2355, 3193-5134 F. (021) 31935134 Sweden Consulate for Bali & Lombok see Finland Embassy Menara Rajawali, 9th Floor Jl. Mega Kuningan Lot 5.1 Kawasan Mega Kuningan, Jakarta T. (021) 2553 5900 F. (021) 576 2691 E. ambassaden.jakarta @foreign.ministry.se W. www.swedenabroad.com/jakarta

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Embassy Jl. Medan Merdeka Selatan 3-5 Jakarta Pusat T. (021) 3435 9000 T. (021) 344 2211 F. (021) 386 2259 F. (021) 385 7189 E. jakconsul@state.gov W. jakarta.usembassy.gov

Immigration Office Lombok Jl. Udayana 2 Mataram T. (0370) 635 331 T. (0370) 632 520 T. (0370) 623 498 F. (0370) 635 285 Immigration Office Bali Jl. D.I. Panjaitan Tuban / Kuta T. (0361) 751 039 T. (0361) 227 828

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F. (0361) 757011 Indonesian Embassies Singapore Chatsworth Road 7 Singapore 249761 T. (+65) 6737 7422 F. (+65) 6737 5037 F. (+65) 6235 5783 E. info@kbrisingapura.com E. unitkom@indonemb.com.sg W. www.kbrisingapura.com W. www.kbri.org.sg Mon-Fri 09.30-12.30 / 14.30-16.00 Visa submission: morning Visa collection: afternoon Commercial Visa Agent Service Malik Pickup & delivery at your hotel T. (+65) 967 533 07 (Mobile + SMS) E. malksav@hotmail.com Malaysia 233 Jl. Tun Razak Kuala Lumpur 50400 T. (+60) 32142 1354 T. (+60) 2142 1151 T. (+60) 2145 2011 F. (+60) 32141 7908 F. (+60) 2142 3878 E. kbrikl@po.jaring.my W. www.kbrikl.org.my Australia Embassy 8, Darwin Avenue, Yarralumla Canberra A.C.T. 2600 F. (+61) 2 6250 8600 F. (+61) 2 6273 6017 F. (+61) 2 6273 3545 E. indonemb@kbri-canberra.org.au


W. www.kbri-canberra.org.au Consulate Perth 131 Adelaide Terrace East Perth WA 6002 T. (+61) 8 9221 5858 F. (+61) 8 9221 5688 E. ri@iinet.net.au E. www.kri-perth.org.au Consulate Darwin 20, Harry Chan Avenue Darwin T. (+61) 8 89410048 T. (+61) 8 89410451 F. (+61) 8 89412709 E. kridrw@ozemail.com.au Consulate Sydney 236-238 Maroubra Road Maroubra NSW 203 / Sidney T. (+61) 2 93449933 F. (+61) 2 93496854 E. protocol@indonsyd.org.au W. www.indonsyd.org.au Consulate Melbourne 72 Queens Road Victoria 3004 / Melbourne T. (+61) 8 89410048 T. (+61) 8 89410451 F. (+61) 8 89412709 W. www.kjri-melbourne.org Consulate Adelaide Level 2, 45 King William St. Adelaide SA 5000 T. (+61) 8 82178282 F. (+61) 8 82127378 Thailand 600-602 Petchburi Road Phyathai 10400 / Bangkok

T. (+66) 2252 31 35 / 39 F. (+66) 2255 12 67 E. kukbkk@ksc11.th.com W. www.kbri-bangkok.com Brunei Lot. 4498, Simpang 528 Kampung Sungai Hanching Baru, Jl. Muara Bandar Seri Begawan T. (+673 2) 330 180 / 358 / 361 / 445 F. (+673 2) 330 646 E. kbribsb@brunet.bn W. www.indonesia.org.bn Hong Kong 6-8 Keswich Street Causeway Bay T. (+852) 28904421 F. (+852) 28950139 E. kjrihkg@netvigator.com W. www.kjrihkg.org.hk

AIRLINES

Mataram Ampenan Selaparang Airport Jl. Adi Sucipto 1, Mataram T. (0370) 622 987 F. (0370) 632 030 E. ami@angkasapura1.co.id W. www.lombok-airport.co.id Garuda Indonesia Jl. Pejanggik 42-44, Mataram T. (0370) 649 100 T. (0370) 638 259 T. (0370) 642 303

F. (0370) 637 951 F. (0370) 629 008 T. (0370) 664 1111 E. amidm@garuda-indonesia.com W. www.garuda-indonesia.com

T. (0361) 751 011 ext. 1638 T. (0361) 751 011 ext. 5123 info

Lion Air Hotel Sahid Legi Jl. Sriwijaya No.81, Mataram T. (0370) 629 111 T. (0370) 629 222 F. (0370) 636 213

British Airways Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur Bali T. (0361) 288 511

Merpati Nusantara Airlines Jl. Pejanggik No.69, Cakranegara T. (0370) 621 111 F. (0370) 633 691 E. mataram@merpati.co.id W. www. merpati.co.id SMS Information: 085-739 307 777 Silk Air Lombok Raya Hotel Jl. Panca Usaha 11, Mataram T. (0370) 628 254 F. (0370) 628 292

Air Bali / Bali Heli Dewa Ruci Building

Cathay Pacific Airways Grand Bali Beach Hotel First floor Sanur Bali T. (0361) 286 001 Ext. 1138 F. (0361) 288 576 Wisti Sabha Administration Building Ngurah Rai International Airport Tuban Bali T. (0361) 766 931 T. (0361) 753 942 China Airlines Ngurah Rai International Airport Tuban Bali T. (0361) 754 856

Sky Aviation Jl. Adisucipto No.1 Mataram T. (0370) 636 333 F. (0370) 634 126 E. info@skyaviation.co.id

Continental Airlines Wisti Sabha Administration Building Ngurah Rai International Airport Tuban Bali T. (0361) 768 358 T. (0361) 768 360

Trans Nusa Airlines T. (0370) 616 2428 F. ami@transnusa.co.id W. www.transnusa.co.id

Eva Air Wisti Sabha Administration Building Ground Floor, Room 4 Ngurah Rai International Airport Tuban Bali

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Garuda Indonesia Ngurah Rai International Airport Tuban Bali

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T. (0361) 751 011 – ext. 5204 T. (0361) 225 047 Japan Airlines & Japan Asia Airways Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur Bali T. (0361) 287 577 Lufthansa Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur Bali T. (0361) 287 069 T. (0361) 758 686 T. (0361) 753 207 @terminaL Merpati Nusantara Jl. Melati 51 Denpasar Bali T. (0361) 263 918 Korean Air Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur Bali T. (0361) 289 402 KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Wisti Sabha Administration Building Ngurah Rai International Airport Tuban Bali T. (0361) 756 126 F. (0361) 753 950 Malaysia Airlines Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur Bali T. (0361) 288 716

Orient Thai Airlines Bali Gardenia Resort Nusa Dua Bali T. (0361) 773 808 Qantas Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur Bali T. (0361) 288 331 Royal Brunei Airlines Ngurah Rai International Airport Tuban Bali T. (0361) 757 292 Scandinavian Airlines Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur Bali T. (0361) 768 388 T. (0361) 766 940 Singapore Airlines Ngurah Rai International Airport Tuban Bali T. (0361) 768 388 Thai Airlines Grand Bali Beach Hotel Sanur Bali T. (0361) 288 141 Qatar Airlines Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel Yudhistira Room Kuta Bali T. (0361) 752 222

TRAVEL AGENTS

A & T Holidays Jl. Gelatik 7D Cakranegara T. (0370) 646 888 F. (0370) 634 533 E. info@aandtholidays.com Lotus Asia Tours Lombok Jl. Raya Senggigi, Meninting T. (0370) 636 781 F. (0370) 622 344 E. lombok@lotusasiatours.com Bidy Tours Jl. Ragigenep 17, Ampenan T. (0370) 634 095 F. (0370) 631 821 E. info@bidytour-lombok.com W. www.bidytour-lombok.com Bidy Tours Cakranegara Jl. Panca Usaha 21, Cakranegara T. (0370) 639 706 F. (0370) 638 358 Bidy Tours Senggigi Jl. Raya Senggigi km 8, Senggigi T. (0370) 693 521 F. (0370) 693 520 Cahaya Tour Jl. Palapa 1 No.11B, Mataram T. (0370) 642 577 F. (0370) 642 844 E. cahayatour@ymail.com

Mandala Airlines Jl. Diponegoro B1 D/23 Denpasar Bali T. (0361) 222 751

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Lombok Smile Tour & Travel Jl. Raya Senggigi, Senggigi T. (0370) 692 044 T. 081-916 000 060 E. lomboksmile@gmail.com Senaz Silalaga Jl. Danau Semayang 11, Mataram T. (0370) 627 450 F. (0370) 621 321 E. senazsilalaga@yahoo.com Sunda Trails Komplek Ruko Griya Ellen Indah 15 Jl. Adi Sucipto, Ampenan T. (0370) 647 390 F. (0370) 647 425 E. info@sundatrails.com W. www.sundatrails.com Ella Tour LOMBOK Jl. Adisucipto No.7 , Ampenan T. (0370) 646 166 F. (0370) 643 166 E. ellatourstravel@gmail.com W. www.ellatours.com Ar Rahman Holiday Travel Service Jl. Gili Trawangan No. Mataram T. (0370) 633 823 F. (0370) 633 823 E. arrahmanholiday@telkom.net De Tropis Holiday T&T Services Jl. Sampdoria 28 Mataram T. (0370) 646 046 F. (0370) 646 746 E. de-tours@indo.net.id Highlight Indonesia T&T Jl. Senopati Raya No.11, Cakranegara


T. (0370) 664 4447 F. (0370) 616 0534 E. hit-travel@indo.net.id

F. (0370) 637 967 E. lomboktrekking@gmail.com W. www.lomboktrekking.com

Kawan Tours Travel Jl. Jend. Sudirman 3, Rembiga - Mataram T. (0370) 660 4287 F. (0370) 640 707 E. setiatours@telkom.net

Luana Jaya Tours & Travel Jl. Catur Warga No.7, Mataram T. (0370) 636 006 T. (0370) 644 110 T. (0370) 661 6840 F. (0370) 630 787 T. (0370) 648 944 E. andi_luanatours@yahoo.com

Lombok Explorer Jl. Pejanggik 55, Pajang - Cakranegara T. (0370) 649 641 F. (0370) 633 765 E. lombokexplorer@gmail.com Lombok Paradise Tours & Travel Jl. Lestari 17 B Pejarakan, Ampenan T. (0370) 629 279 F. (0370) 635 612 E. lombokparadise@indo.net.id Lombok Plus Holidays Jl. Langko 32, Mataram T. (0370) 661 1311 F. (0370) 623 254 E. tour@lombok-plusholidays.com Lombok Travel Online Jl. Raya Senggigi Km. 12, Senggigi T. (0370) 667 7886 F. (0370) 693 950 E. lomboktravel@gmail.com Lombok Travel Services Jl. Mareja No.20, Praya T. (0370) 660 5205 F. (0370) 653 391 E. lomboktravels@telkom.net Lombok Trekking Travel Service Jl. Langko, Mataram T. (0370) 661 0115

Orisa Tour & Travel Jl. Gunung Kerinci 49 B T. (0370) 622 720 F. (0370) 631 146 T. 081-1390533 E. orisa@mataram.wasantara.net.id W. www.orisatours.com Sasak Lombok Tour & Travel Jl. Subak No.1/9, Cakranegara T. (0370) 622 321 F. (0370) 631 638 E. sasaktour@mataram.wasantara.net.id Setia Kawan Tours & Travel Mataram Airport, Mataram T. (0370) 662 8201 E. setiatours@telkom.net

W. www.lombokmarine.com

W. www.gemelagroup.com/arafura

Wanen Wisata Tour & Travel Jl. Airlangga 5D, Mataram T. (0370) 623 827 F. (0370) 641 680

Blitz Studio Jl. Wr. Supratman 3, Matarm T. (0370) 662 1400 E. doddy@blitz-studio.com W. www.blitz-studio.com

Cidomo Tours & Travels Jl. Bung Karno 4H, Mataram T. (0370) 635 999 F. (0370) 649 379 E. info@cidomotravel.com W. www.cidomotravel.com RINJANI National Park Gunung Rinjani Jl. Raya Banjar Getas, Lingkar T. (0370) 660 8874 F. (0370) 649 145

CE Specialist Aircon Jl. Ruko Sriwijaya No.78 A T. (0370) 660 3660 F. (0370) 622 826 E. charles-cool-electrict@yahoo.co.id

Rinjani Trek Management Board Hotel Lombok Raya Jl. Panca Usaha No.11, Mataram T. (0370) 641 124 F. (0370) 641 124 E. rinjani@indo.net.id W. www.lombokrinjanitrek.org

Global Export Service Jl. Raya Meninting No 27, Montong T. (0370) 643 572 T. (0370) 633 564 T. (0370) 661 0010 E. info@globalexport.asia W. www.globalexport.asia Indo Logistics Jl. Airlangga No.26, Mataram

SERVICES

Top Tour & Travel Jl. R.A. Kartini No.28, Mataram T. (0370) 647 853 F. (0370) 647 853 E. toptourslombok@indo.net.id Tropic Island Expedition Jl. Baracuda 10 / Green Valley, Senggigi T. (0370) 692 225 T. 081-805 748 446 E. tropicislands@gmail.com

Qwadru Photoworks Jl. Kelapa Tiga 15 Kekalik Jaya, Mataram T. 081-933 131 024 E. info@qwadru.com W. www.qwadru.com

Arafura International Jl. Raya Sengigi, Senggigi T. (0370) 693 066 T. 081-331 588 956 F. (0370) 693 815 E. steve@gemelagroup.com

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Indoraya Jl. Pariwisata No.41, Mataram T. (0370) 665 4777 E. info@indorayaprinting.com Ira Property Lombok Jl. Jendral Sudirman No.1 lt.2 Rembiga Mataram T. (0370) 648 863 F. (0370) 648 8865

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JNE Express courier Jl. Sriwijaya No.78, Mataram T. (0370) 660 7255 T. (0370) 660 7266 F. (0370) 622 040 W. www.tikijne.co.id Landing Craft Service Lombok Jl. Meninting Raya, Senggigi T. 081-339 708 979 T. 081-736 865 1 E. landing_craft-lombok@yahoo.com Lombok Clean T. (0370) 684 2264 Lombok International Law Office Jl. Montong Raya 99W, Montong T. (0370) 692 258 Narmada Convention Hall Jl. Majapahit, Mataram T. (0370) 643 908 F. (0370) 643 180 Notaris Fikry Said Jl. Airlangga No.40 A1, Mataram T. 081-836 224 2 PMI Consultants T. (0370) 634 184 F. (0370) 620 418 E. info@penulismaju.com W. www.penulismaju.com Propil Design Jl. Raya Saleh Sungkar 99X T. (0370) 641 410 T. (0370) 641 408 F. (0370) 641 403 E. cs@propil.com W. www.propil.com

Sundancer Pasar Seni / Art Market Jl. Raya Senggigi Senggigi T. (0370) 693 845 F. (0370) 742 8925 E. wbi@eksadata.com Telkom T(0370) 637 000 Mataram T(0370) 693 000 Senggigi Telkom Flexi Jl. Pendidikan, Mataram T. (0370) 649 389

T. 081-139 067 6 F. (0370) 641 585 E. ddb@desaduniabeda.com W. www.desaduniabeda.com Dream Village T. (0370) 664 4373 T. 081-854 659 1 E. dreamvillagetrawangan@yahoo.it Exqisit Villas T. (0370) 425 405 E. info@exqisit.com W. www.exqisit.com

Telkomsel Jl. Pejanggik, Mataram T. (0370) 638 811 F. (0370) 638 810

Gili T Resort T. (0370) 638 513 F. (0370) 653 555 E. gilitresort@hotmail.com W. www.gilitresort.com

XL Center Jl. Pejjangik, Pajang Mataram T. (0370) 638 824

Gili Villas Indonesia T. 081 23 755 721 W. www.gilivillasindonesia.com

GILI TRAWANGAN

ACCOMODATION

Alam Gili T. (0370) 630 466 F. (0370) 630 466 E. reservation@alamgili.com W. www.alamindahbali.com Desa Dunia Beda Resort T. (0370) 641 575

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H Rooms @ Horizontal T. (0370) 639 248 F. (0370) 639 249 E. thegiliislands@yahoo.com W. www.thegiliislands.com Hotel Vila Ombak T. (0370) 642 336 F. (0370) 642 337 E. info@hotelombak.com W. www.hotelombak.com Karma Kayak E. info@karmakayak.com Kelapa Luxury Villas T. 081-237 560 03 E. info@kelapavillas.com W. www.kelapavillas.com

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ko-ko-mo T. (0370) 642 352 F. (0370) 649 365 E. kokomogilit@ozemail.co.au W. www.kokomogilit.com Ombak Villas T. (0370) 642 336 F. (0370) 642 337 E. info@ombakvillas.com W. www.ombakvillas.com Pesona Resort T. (0370) 623 521 F. (0370) 623 521 E. pesonaresort@hotmail.com W. www.pesonaresort.com Pondok Lita T. (0370) 648 607 Samba Villas T. 081-237 000 56 T. 081-237 548 60 E. sam@sambavillas.com W. www.sambavillas.com Scallywags Resort T. (0370) 645 301 T. (0370) 648 792 T. (0370) 631 945 F. (0370) 631 945 E. info@scallywagsresort.com W. www.scallywagsresort.com The Beach House T. (0370) 642 352 T. (0370) 649 T364 F. (0370) 649 365 E. beachhouse@elombok.net W. www.beachhousegilit.com


Tirnanog Irish Bar T. (0370) 639 463 T. 081-237 547 78 E. tirnanog@gmail.com E. tirnanog@mataram.wasantara.net.id Villa Almarik E. reservation@almarik-lombok.com

RESTAURANTS & BARS Hotel Vila Ombak T. (0370) 642 336 F. (0370) 642 337 E. info@hotelombak.com W. www.hotelombak.com Horizontal Lounge T. (0370) 639 248 F. (0370) 639 249 E. thegiliislands@yahoo.com W. www.thegiliislands.com

E. info@scallywagsresort.com W. www.scallywagsresort.com

E. info@buddhadive.com W. www.buddhadive.com

The Beach House T. (0370) 642 352 T. (0370) 649 364 F. (0370) 649 365 E. beachhouse@elombok.net W. www.beachhousegilit.com

Dream Divers T. (0370) 634 496 E. info@dreamdrivers.com W. www.dreamdivers.com

The Terminal Restaurant T. (0370) 638 513 E. gilitresort@hotmail.com W. www.gilitresort.com Tirnanog Irish Bar T. (0370) 639 463 T. 081-237 547 78 E. tirnanog@gmail.com E. tirnanog@mataram.wasantara.net.id

DIVING

Pesona Resort T. (0370) 623 521 F. (0370) 623 521 E. pesonaresort@hotmail.com W. www.pesonaresort.com

Big Bubble Diving T. (0370) 625 020 F. (0370) 638 523 E. info@bigbubblediving.com W. www.bigbubblediving.com Blue Marlin Dive T. (0370) 632 424 F. (0370) 642 286 E. info@bluemarlindive.com W. www.bluemarlindive.com

Scallywags Bar & Grill T. (0370) 645 301

Buddha Dive T. (0370) 644 175

ko-ko-mo T. (0370) 642 352 F. (0370) 649 365 E. kokomogilit@ozemail.co.au W. www.kokomogilit.com

Manta Dive T. (0370) 643 649 E. info@manta-dive.com W. www.manta-dive.com Trawangan Dive T. (0370) 649 220 E. info@trawangandive.com W. www.trawangandive.com Vila Ombak Diving Academy T. (0370) 642 336 F. (0370) 642 337 E. info@scubali.com W. www.scubali.com

GILI AIR

ACCOMODATION

Gili Air Hotel & Restaurant T. (0370) 634 435 E. giliair@mataram.wasantara.net.id

DIVING

Blue Marlin Dive T. (0370)634 387 E. giliair@bluemarlindive.com W. www.bluemarlindive.com Dream Divers T. (0370) 634 547 E. info@dreamdrivers.com W. www.dreamdivers.com Manta Dive T. 081-337 890 47 E. info@manta-dive-giliair.com W. www.manta-dive-giliair.com

GILI MENO

DIVING Sejuk Cottages T. (0370) 636 461 E. sejukcottages@hotmail.com Villa Karang T. (0370) 637 328 F. (0370) 637 328 E. villakarang@indo.net.id

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Blue Marlin Dive T. (0370) 639 979 F. (0370) 639 980 E. meno@bluemarlindive.com W. www.bluemarlindive.com

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KUTA LOMBOK

ACCOMODATION

Kuta Indah Hotel T. (0370) 660 0349 F. (0370) 625 827 Novotel Mandalika Resort Pantai Putri Nyale T. (0370) 653 333 F. (0370) 653 333 E. hotel@novotellombok.com W. www.novotellombok.com Novotel Kuta Lombok Jl. Pantai Mandalika T. (0370) 653 333 F. (0370) 653 555 Tastura Boutique Hotel T. (0370) 655 540 F. (0370) 655 540 E. tastura@mataram.wasantara.net.id

TANJUNG SIRE & MEDANA

ACCOMODATION

F. (0370) 628 000 E. medana@indo.net.id The Anandita Sire Beach T. (0361) 730 668 F. (0361) 736 566 W. www.theanandita.com The Lombok Lodge Medana beach T. 0858-571 767 46 E. sales@thelomboklodge.com W. www.thelomboklodge.com The Oberoi Lombok Medana beach T. (0370) 638 444 F. (0370) 632 496 E. reservations.toli@oberoihotels.com W. www.theoberoi-lombok.com

RESTAURANTS & BARS Tokeq Restaurant / Lumbung / Sunbird Cafe @ Oberoi Lombok T. (0370) 638 444 F. (0370) 632 496

MATARAM

ACCOMODATION

Hotel Tugu Lombok Jl. Pantai Sire, Sire Beach T. (0370) 620 111 F. (0370) 620 444 E. lombok@tuguhotels.com W. www.tuguhotels.com

Grand Legi Jl. Sriwijaya 81 T. (0370) 636 282 F. (0370) 636 281 E. grandlegi@indo.net.id W. www.grandlegihotels.co.id

Medana Bay Marina Medana T. (0370) 661 0037 F. (0370) 633 564 E. admin@wisatasamudera.com W. www.medanabaymarina.com

Lombok Raya Hotel Jl. Panca Usaha 11 T. (0370) 632 305 F. (0370) 636 478 E. marketing@lombokrayahotel.com W. www.lombokrayahotel.com Losmen Tjabe Merah Jl. Saleh Sungkar, Gang Sawah Ampenan T. (0370) 636 150 F. (0370) 637 635 E. info@tjabemerah.com W. www.hotel-lombok.nl

Medana Beach Resort Jl. Medana Tanjung, Medana T. (0370) 628 000

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Villa Harmony Gunung Sari T. (0370) 667 7021 E. lerjenbali@yahoo.com W. www.lombokvillaharmony.com Villa Sawah Penimbung, Gunung Sari T. 081-836 630 7 E. villasawah@hotmail.com W. www.lombokstayandtour.com

RESTAURANTS & BARS Las Vegas Cafe Selaparang Airport T. (0370) 642 186 F. (0370) 642 184 Kedai Beruqaq Datu Jl. Adisucipto No.9x Rembiga T. (0370) 659 4119 Mc Donalds @Mataram Mall T. (0370) 629 934 F. (0370) 629 936 Mirasa Bakery Jl. Anak Agung Gede Ngurah T. (0370) 633 096 Restaurant Alhamra Jl. Catur Warga 4 T. (0370) 640 800


Rumah Makan Nusantara Jl. Udayana Gg Gili Gede No.2 T. (0370) 622 443 F. (0370) 622 995 Seafood Ikan Bakar 99 Jl. Subak III No.10 Cakranegara T. (0370) 664 2819 Seafood Nikmat Jl. Panca Usaha 1 T. (0370) 634 330 T. (0370) 661 1717

IN THE REST OF LOMBOK

ACCOMODATION

Lembah Rinjani Cottages Sembalun Valley T. 081-803 652 511 T. 0852-395 432 79 Pantai Villa Tawun Harbour, Sekotong T. (0370) 660 8337 E. madomming@bigpond.com Secret Island Resort Gili Gede T. 081-803 762 001 E. secretislandresort@xl.blackberry.com E. layarindah@dps.centrin.net.id W. www.secretislandresort.com Gili Nanggu Private Villa Tawun - West Sekotong

T. (0370) 623 783 E. reservation@gilinanggu.com W. www.gilinanggu.com Cocotinos Beach Resorts Sekotong E. info.desk@cocotinos-sekotong.com W. www.cocotinos-sekotong.com W. www.cocotinos.com

SENGGIGI

ACCOMODATION

W. www.lombok.ebanobungalows.com Elen Hotel Jl. Raya Senggigi km 12 T. (0370) 693 014 T. (0370) 693 077 Graha Beach Senggigi Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 101 F. (0370) 693 400 Holiday Resort Jl. Raya Mangsit T. (0370) 693 444 F. (0370) 693 092 E. reservationmgr @holidayresort-lombok.com W. www.holidayresort-lombok.com

Alang Alang Resort Jl. Raya Mangsit T. (0370) 693 518 F. (0370) 693 194 E. hotel@alang-alang-villas.com W. www.alang-alang-villas.com

Hotel Graha Senggigi Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 101 F. (0370) 693 400 E. info@grahasenggigi.com W. www.grahasenggigi.com

Batu Bolong Cottages Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 065 F. (0370) 693 198

Imaj Villas Jl. Raya Montong T. (0370) 661 3558 F. (0370) 660 4087 E. reservation@imaj.com.au W. www.imaj.com.au

Bulan Baru - New Moon Hotel Jl. Raya Mangsit T. (0370) 693 785 F. (0370) 693 786 E. bulanbaru@hotmail.com Ebano R & R Bungalows Jl. Raya Mangsit T. (0370) 693 898 F. (0370) 693 898 E. ebano.r.r@telkom.net

Jeeva Klui Jl. Raya Klui T. (0370) 693 035 F. (0370) 693 036 E. reservations@jeevaklui.com W. www.jeevaklui.com Manna Kebun Jl. Raya Senggigi km 8

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T. (0370) 693 170 F. (0370) 693 366 E. info@mannavillas.com W. www.mannavillas.com Meninting Raya Bungalows Jl. Raya Meninting 09 T. (0370) 629 544 T. (0370) 629 478 F. (0370) 644 987 E. meninting_raya@yahoo.com W. www.lombokvillas-menintingraya.com Pacific Beach Hotel Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 006 Pondok Damai Jl. Raya Mangsit T. (0370) 693 019 F. (0370) 693 019 E. pondokdamai@hotmail.com Pool Villa Club Jl. Pantai Senggigi T. (0370) 693 210 F. (0370) 693 448 E. info@poolvillaclub.aerowisata.com W. www.poolvillaclub.aerowisata.com Puri Bunga Beach Cottages Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 013 F. (0370) 693 286 E. info@puribungalombok.com W. www.puribungalombok.com Puri Mas Boutique Resort & Spa Jl. Raya Senggigi, Mangsit T. (0370) 693 831 F. (0370) 693 023 E. info@purimas-lombok.com W. www.purimas-lombok.com

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Puri Saron Hotel Jl. Raya Kerandangan km 8 T. (0370) 693 097 T. (0370) 693 425 F. (0370) 693 266 E. p_saron@indo.net.id W. www.purisaron.com Qunci Villas & Pool Villas The Qunci - Villa Qusia & Villa Qunang Jl. Raya Mangsit T. (0370) 693 800 F. (0370) 693 802 E. stay@quncivillas.com Sahid Senggigi Beach Villas Jl. Raya Senggigi km 0 T. (0370) 693 959 F. (0370) 693 958 Santai Beach Inn Jl. Raya Mangsit T. (0370) 693 038 F. (0370) 693 038 E. contact@santaibeachinn.com W. www.santaibeachinn.com Segara Villas Bukit Batu Layar T. (0370) 661 3455 E. info@segaravillas.com W. www.segaravillas.com Senggigi Beach Hotel Jl. Pantai Senggigi Beach T. (0370) 693 210 F. (0370) 693 200 E. info@senggigibeach.aerowisata.com W. www.senggigibeach.aerowisata.com Sheraton Senggigi Beach Resort Jl. Raya Senggigi km 8 T. (0370) 693 333

F. (0370) 693 140 E. sheraton.senggigi@sheraton.com W. www.sheraton.com/senggigi Sunset House Jl. Raya Senggigi 66 T. (0370) 692 020 F. (0370) 647 023 E. info@sunsethouse.com W. www.sunsethouse-lombok.com The Jayakarta Lombok Jl. Raya Sengigi km 4 T. (0370) 693 045 F. (0370) 693 043 E. lombok@jayakartahotelsresorts.com The Santosa Villas & Resort Jl. Raya Senggigi Km 8 T. (0370) 693 090 F. (0370) 693 185 E. info@santosalombok.com W. www.santosalombok.com Verve Villa Jl. Raya Senggigi, Mangsit T. 0878-614 393 94 E. info@vervevillas.com W. www.vervevillas.com Villa Campi Sorga Jl. Wisata Alam Sri. Kandi 2 Kerandangan T. (0370) 692 221 T. 081-917 292 221 E. villacampisorga@gmail.com W. www.villacampisorga.com Villa Yanis Bukit Batu Layar E. john_melachrinos@yahoo.com

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Windy Beach Resort T. (0370) 693 191 F. (0370) 693 193 E. reservations@windybeach.com W www.windybeach.com

RESTAURANTS & BARS Asmara Restaurant Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 619 F. (0370) 693 790 E. info.contact@asmara-group.com W. www.asmara-group.com Bai Bar & Grill @ Qunci Villas Jl. Raya Mangsit T. (0370) 693 800 F. (0370) 693 802 E. stay@quncivillas.com Basilico & Beach Combers @ Senggigi Beach Resort Jl. Pantai Senggigi Beach T. (0370) 693 210 F. (0370) 693 339 Belina Bar & Restaurant Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 692 214 F. (0370) 692 217 Berry’s Bar & Restaurant Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 877 E. albertusnurak@yahoo.com

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Cafe Alberto Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 039 F. (0370) 693 313 E. info@cafealberto.com W. www.cafealberto.com Cafe Lombi Senggigi Square T. (0370) 692 085 E. info@cafelombi.com W. www.cafelombi.com de Quake Restaurant Pasar Seni / Art Market T. (0370) 693 694 F. (0370) 693 802 El Divo Pasar Seni / Art Market T. (0370) 692 091 Happy Cafe Senggigi Plaza T. (0370) 693 984 Kayu Manis Cafe Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 561 Lotus Bayview Restaurant Pasar Seni / Art Market T. (0370) 693 758 F. (0370) 693 375 E. maurizio@lotus-restaurants.com Marina Cafe Jl. Raya Senggigi km 08 T. (0370) 693 136 F. (0370) 693 137 F. (0370) 623975 E. reservations@marinasenggigi.com W. www.marinasenggigi.com


Matahari Restaurant Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 635 T. 081-917 431 378 Mekar Karaoke Jl. Raya Meninting T. (0370) 693 076 T. (0370) 693 072 Papaya Cafe Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 623 975 Restaurant Menega Jl. Raya Meninting No.6 T. (0370) 663 442 2 W. www.menega.com The Rinjani, Kayangan & Gecko Bar @Holiday Resort Jl. Raya Mangsit T. (0370) 693 444 F. (0370) 629 891 Sahara Club, Restaurant & Karaoke Sengigi Plaza T. (0370) 619 4143 T (0370) 692 233 E. saharaclublombok@yahoo.com Sushi Bar @ Happy Cafe Senggigi Plaza T. (0370) 693984 Taman Restaurant Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 693 842 F. (0370) 693 841 The Beach Club Jl. Raya Senggigi Batu Bolong T (0370) 693 637 F. (0370) 693 637

E thebeachclublombok@hotmail.com W. www.thebeachclublombok.com The Office Bar & Restaurant Pasar Seni / Art Market T. (0370) 693 162 The Square Restaurant & Lounge Senggigi Square Blok B-10 Jl. Raya Senggigi km 08 T. (0370) 693 688 T. (0370) 664 5999 T. (0370) 664 4888 F. (0370) 623 975 E. square_marina@yahoo.com W. www.squarelombok.com Ye Jeon Korean Restaurant Senggigi Plaza T. (0370) 693 059 Yessy Cafe Jl. Raya Senggigi T. (0370) 692 017 F. (0370) 693 148 E. nanda_zalfaa2003@yahoo.com

SHOPPING

Gem Pearls Collection Jl. Raya Meninting No.69, Montong T. (0370) 647 300 F. (0370) 647 300 E. dewi_gempearls@yahoo.com Blue Market 24h mini market, Senggigi Plaza T. (0370) 693 103

Ciokolata Boutique Jl. Raya Senggigi T. 081-237 500 86 E. ciokolata@yahoo.com Achi Acha Boutique Senggigi Plaza B1-5 T. (0370) 619 4109 E. rina_lhestari@yahoo.com W. www.achi-acha.com Galeri Nao Jl. Raya Senggigi, Montong T. (0370) 626 835 E. nao@telkom.net Rumah Oleh-Oleh Jl. Raya Senggigi km 4 T. (0370) 693 422 T. (0370) 660 6060 F. (0370) 693 107 E. oleholeh@mataram.wasantara.net.id Abu Art Jl. Raya Senggigi, Montong T. (0370) 692 275 E. mulahella@hotmail.com Asmara Collection Jl. Raya Senggigi, Senggigi T. (0370) 693 109 F. (0370) 693 790 E. mulahella@hotmail.com W. www.asmara-group.com Mataram Mall Jl. Pejanggik, Mataram T. (0370) 692 907

E. miza_silver@yahoo.com Mutiara Sari Jl. Singgalang A-3, Gunung Sari T. (0370) 623 202 F. (0370) 623 202 E. sri_suhanda@yahoo.com Mutiara Siti Hajar Jl. Cilinaya, Mataram T. 0859-370 595 98 T. 081-658 584 9 Pamour Art Gallery Jl. Raya Senggigi, Senggigi T. (0370) 693 104 F. (0370) 693 107 E. hgmanthy@yahoo.com Pearl And Pearl Jl. Telex 5, Mataram T. 081-339 513 348 W. www.pearlpearl.com Reganda Furniture Jl. Brawijaya No.99x, Sweta T. (0370) 692 264 F. (0370) 636 626 Royal Surf Mataram Mall, Mataram T. (0370) 629 927 Toko Bandung Electro T. (0370) 632 201

Miza Silver Jl. Hos Cokroaminoto No.61, Matarm T. (0370) 640 839 F. (0370) 640 839

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SPA Club Arena @ Sentosa T. (0370) 693 175 T. (0370) 693 185 Orchid Nail Salon Senggigi Plaza T. 81915932899 Stylist Hair & Beauty Salon Senggigi Plaza Blok B1 4, Senggigi T. (0370) 619 4240 Royal Spa Jl. Bungkarno No.79, Mataram T. (0370) 660 877 7 F. (0370) 638 537 Rumah Bunga Senggigi Plaza Blok BII No.4, Senggigi T. (0370) 665 353 1 T. 081-757 896 19

BANKING

Bank Indonesia Jl. Pejanggik 2, Mataram T. (0370) 621 098 W. www.bi.go.id

Bank NTB Jl. Pejanggik 30, Mataram T. (0370) 636331 F. (0370) 623526 E. mail@bankntb.co.id W. www.bankntb.co.id BCA / Bank Central Asia Jl. Pejanggik 67, Cakranegara T. (0370) 622 587 W. www.klikbca.com BII Jl. AA Gede Ngurah, Cakranegara T. (0370) 635 027 T. 698 11 info 24h T. (021) 788 698 11 info 24h W. www.bii.co.id BNI / Bank Negara Indonesia Jl. Langko 64, Mataram T. (0370) 622 788 T. (0370) 638 999 T. 68 888 info 24h T. (021) 578 999 99 info 24h W. www.bni.co.id

T. (0370) 631 813 T. (0370) 636 071 F. (0370) 631 810 T. 14000 info 24h T. (021) 5299 7777 info 24h W. www.bankmandiri.co.id

POST OFFICES

Central Post Office Jl. Sriwijaya, Mataram T. (0370) 632645 Jl. Raya Senggigi, Senggigi T. (0370) 693711 Jl. Langko, Ampenan T. (0370) 631642

Bukopin Jl. Pejanggik 24B, Cakranegara T. (0370) 635 111 T. 14 005 F. (0370) 637 807 W. www.bukopin.co.id Danamon Jl. Pejanggik 117, Cakranegara T. (0370) 635 649 T. 67 777 info 24h T. (021) 343 588 8 info 24h F. (0370) 633 068 W. www.danamon.co.id Mandiri Jl. Pejanggik 20-22, Cakranegara

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EDUCATION

Green School Jl. Pariwisata 51B, Mataram T. (0370) 621 277 Oxford Course Indonesia Jl. Bung Karno 18, Mataram T. (0370) 660 9544 Peduli Anak Foundation Jl. Dharma Bakti

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Desa Langko, Lingsar T. (0370) 665 5692 E. info@pedulianak.com W. www.pedulianak.com Sekolah Nusa Alam Jl. Pantai Meninting, Montong T. (0370) 647 514 T. (0370) 647 510 F. (0370) 647 514 E. info@nusaalam.net Universitas Unram Jl. Majpahit 62, Mataram T. (0370) 645 481 T. (0370) 623 873 F. (0370) 634 918

DIVING

GILI TRAWANGAN Big Bubble Diving Gili Trawangan T. (0370) 625 020 F. (0370) 638 523 E. info@bigbubblediving.com W. www.bigbubblediving.com Blue Marlin Dive Gili Trawangan T. (0370) 632 424 F. (0370) 642 286 E. info@bluemarlindive.com W. www.bluemarlindive.com


Buddha Dive Gili Trawangan T. (0370) 644 175 E. info@buddhadive.com W. www.buddhadive.com Dream Divers Gili Trawangan T. (0370) 634 496 E. info@dreamdrivers.com W. www.dreamdivers.com Manta Dive Gili Trawangan T. (0370) 643 649 E. info@manta-dive.com W. www.manta-dive.com Trawangan Dive Gili Trawangan T. (0370) 649 220 E. info@trawangandive.com W. www.trawangandive.com Vila Ombak Diving Academy Gili Trawangan T. (0370) 642 336 F. (0370) 642 337 E. info@scubali.com W. www.scubali.com

GILI MENO Blue Marlin Dive Gili Meno T. (0370) 639 979 F. (0370) 639 980 E. meno@bluemarlindive.com W. www.bluemarlindive.com

GILI AIR Blue Marlin Dive Gili Air T. (0370)634 387 E. giliair@bluemarlindive.com W. www.bluemarlindive.com Dream Divers Gili Air T. (0370) 634 547 E. info@dreamdrivers.com W. www.dreamdivers.com Manta Dive Gili Air Gili Air T. 081-337 890 47 E. info@manta-dive-giliair.com W. www.manta-dive-giliair.com

Dive Zone Jl. Raya Senggigi, Senggigi T. (0370) 660 3205 E. dive@divezone-lombok.com W. www.divezone-lombok.com Dream Divers Jl. Raya Senggigi km 15, Senggigi T. (0370) 634 547 T. (0370) 692 047 F. (0370) 693 738 E. info@dreamdrivers.com W. www.dreamdivers.com Lombok Dive Jl. Raya Senggigi, Senggigi T. (0370) 658 0521

Blue Marlin Dive @ Alang Alang T. (0370) 693 911 E. senggigi@bluemarlindive.com W. www.bluemarlindive.com Blue Marlin Dive @ Holiday Resort Jl. Raya Senggigi, Mangsit T. (0370) 693 719 E. senggigi@bluemarlindive.com W. www.bluemarlindive.com

Lombok Hash House Harriers T. (0370) 624 804 F. (0370) 632 550 Lombok Biking Tour Jl. Raya Senggigi, Senggigi T. (0370) 692 164 W. www.lombokbiking.com

GOLF

SENGGIGI Blue Coral Diving Jl. Raya Senggigi km. 8, Senggigi T. (0370) 693 441 F. (0370) 693 441 E. bluecoral_diving@yahoo.com W. www.bluecoraldive.com

LAND SPORTS

SURFING

Heaven On The Planet Ekas Bay, East Lombok T. (0370) 637 299 T. (0370) 634 122 Kimen Surf Kuta Lombok T. (0370) 655 064 E. kimen.surf@yahoo.com

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Lombok Golf Kosaido Country Club Jl. Raya Tanjung, Sire T. (0370) 640 137 F. (0370) 640 135 E. siregolf@mataram.wasantara.net.id GEC Rinjani Country Club Golf Narmada, Dusun Golong T. (0370) 633 488 F. (0370) 633 839 Office: Jl. Sriwijaya 396, Mataram T. (0370) 637 316 T. (0370) 658 0789 F. (0370) 6273 96 E. senang@indo.net.id W. www.lombok-golf.com

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Lombok

Anyar Segenter Traditional Sasak Village

Bayan Lokok Kuong

Northwest Lombok Gondang

Wetu Telu Mosque

Sendang Gila Waterfall

Sembalun Lawang

Goa Susu

Mt. Rinjani 3726 M

Pemenang

Sapit

Swela

Gili Pasaran

Senggigi

Teluk Senggigi

Gili Lampu

Sidemen

Batu Bolong

Nyiur Baya

Pura Batu Bolong Batu Layar

Tanjung Kayang

Meninting Pura Segara

Lombok Harbour

Rembiga Aik Mel Pottery

MATARAM

Cakranegara

Sweta

Bertais

Narmada Water Palace

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Snorkelling Gili Amben

Ba

Gili Asahan

Surfing

Bangko-Bangko Gili Gede Labuhan Poh

Labuhan Haji

Central Lombok Praya

Pottery Gili Nanggu Gili Sudak

Sakra Fish Market

Gerung

Canoe Marking

Lembar Harbour

Pandanan Tawun

Pelangan Bathing Beach

Pelangan Barat Gili Solet

Gili Poh

Penujak

Gili Tangkong

Sekotong Timur Thursday Market

Sekotong Barat

Blongas Slodong

Sekotong Tengah

Pottery Traditional Wakan Village

Sengkol Traditional Sasak Village Mawun

Selong Blanak Beach

Rambitan Sade

Caves

Ekas Bay

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Pongos

Kuta Kuta Beach

Surfing

Tanjung luar

Keruak

Sepi Diving

Pringgabaya

East Lombok SELONG

Pancor

Dasan Cermen Banyumulek Gili Gili Rengit Anyaran

Kayangan Bajo

Masbagik

Sayang-sayang

Ampenan

Gili Layar

Gili Pentangan Swimming & Snorkelling

Lemor

Sesaot

Pusuk Pass (Monkey Forest)

Kerandangan

Sambelia

Sembalun Bumbung

Segara Anak Lake

Sira Beach

Teluk Nara Mangsit

Swimming & Snorkelling

Senaru

Tiu Pupas Waterfall

Bangsal

Gili Sulat

Belanting

Bira Mayung Putik Waterfalls

Traditional Sasak Village

Tanjung

Sira

Boat Gili Island

Swimming & Snorkelling Gili Lawang Obel-Obel

Nyale Ritual

Ekas

Awang

Gerupuk Tanjung Aan

Bumbang

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