WELCOME TO LOMBOK
For years Lombok has been regarded as ‘The Next Bali’. Nowadays the comparison seems to fade and Lombok stands out on its own thanks to its superb beaches, colourful culture and breathtaking mountains and waterfalls. With firm government commitment to infrastructure development, several top rankings in travel blogs and an increasing interest from the investment world, Lombok has earned its place as the newest and most anticipated beach destination in Asia.
Located directly to the east of Bali
A utopia of beautiful beaches and enchanting waterfalls, set against the incredible backdrop of the Mount Rinjani volcano
Spanning approximately 70 km across
Total area of about 4,725 km2 (1,825 sq ml)
Less than 3 million inhabitants with most of the population centred in and around Mataram
Selong Selo Residences
Situated in the more remote part of South Lombok in the hills of Jabon, overlooking Selong Belanak
25 minute drive from Lombok International Airport
Newly surfaced roads infrastructure
30 minute drive to Kuta, Lombok, where restaurants, bars and resorts are situated such as Novotel and the planned Madalika Resort
1 hr drive to Mataram, the most populated city on the island with a new international hospital.
Incredible surf breaks, uncrowded beaches and lush farmland on your doorstep
The Lombok International Airport (or Bandara Internasional Lombok) is 27km from Selong Selo. Thanks to the new dual carriageway, it takes approximately 25 minutes from the airport to your villa.
Flying to Lombok is easier than ever with more airlines flying more frequently to the area. There are numerous domestic flights from Bali and Jakarta daily. The number of domestic and international flights to Lombok continues to grow.
It’s very easy to get to Lombok from Bali. It’s a 30 minute flight and fares start from around IDR (Indonesian Rupiah) or Rp. 300,000 (approx. USD $30) one way.
In Bali, flights arrive and depart at Ngurah Rai (Denpasar) Domestic Airport.
Direct flights from Jakarta to Lombok are available every day and are usually timed to connect with overseas flights.
Lombok is easily accessible from Jakarta, Bali, Jogjakarta and Surabaya and is an important connection for travel to the eastern islands, in particular Sumbawa, Komodo and Flores.
Garuda, Air Asia, Lion Air, Travira Air, Batavia Air and Trigana Air all fly daily in peak season and can be booked via an agent or their websites.
Carriers from both Singapore and Malaysia have recently increased the number of flights to Lombok given the increasing popularity of the area.
Singapore: Singapore Airlines subsidiary, Silk Air, have direct flights from Singapore 3 times a week.
Malaysia: In addition to Garuda, Air Asia now have direct flights from Kuala Lumpar and Malaysia to Lombok 7 times a week.
Hong Kong: Cathay Pacific have recently announced Lombok as a future destination. Until then, travellers can reach Lombok via any of the above destinations.
*Please note that all foreign travelers to Indonesia must have at least six months validity remaining on their passport as well as one full clean page for the visa/stamp. You may be denied boarding/entry if this is not the case.