Lombok Traditional Tour start when we Pick up services at your hotel
Your first stop will be Kebon Rowek Traditional Market where you can see all local Sasak Lombok sell and buy all daily need.
Banyumulek is a traditional pottery village located in Lombok, Indonesia. Known for its rich heritage and skilled artisans, Banyumulek has been producing exquisite pottery for generations. The village is characterized by rows of small workshops where craftsmen mold, shape, and paint the clay with meticulous precision. The pottery creations showcase intricate designs and vibrant colors, reflecting the unique culture of Lombok. Visitors can witness the pottery-making process firsthand and even try their hand at creating their own masterpiece. Banyumulek offers a glimpse into the artistic traditions of the region and serves as a hub for preserving and promoting the local craft.
SUKARARA– 28 Km SE from Mataram
Sukarara is a traditional weaving village located in Lombok, Indonesia. Known for its intricate hand-woven textiles, Sukarara showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Sasak people. The weavers skillfully create vibrant fabrics using traditional techniques passed down through generations. Each piece is a masterpiece, showcasing meticulous patterns and vibrant colors. Visitors to Sukarara can witness the weaving process firsthand and even try their hand at creating their own textiles. The village also offers a range of woven products for sale, including scarves, sarongs, and bags. Sukarara is a must-visit destination for those seeking to explore the artistry of traditional Indonesian weaving.
RAMBITAN AND SADE -42 Km SE from Mataram
Rambitan and Sade are two traditional Sasak villages in Lombok, Indonesia, offering insights into the rich cultural heritage and traditional lifestyle of the Sasak people.
Rambitan is known for its traditional Sasak houses, called “rumah adat,” which feature bamboo structures and thatched roofs. Visitors can wander the narrow village streets and observe daily activities like weaving, farming, and handicraft making. The village is surrounded by lush green fields, creating a serene atmosphere.
Sade, another nearby village, showcases a preserved traditional Sasak village and cultural practices. It boasts unique houses made of clay and cow dung, known as “bale,” which reflect the Sasak architectural style. Inside the village, visitors can witness traditional ceremonies, enjoy music performances, and experience the art of weaving traditional textiles.
Both Rambitan and Sade offer glimpses into the Sasak way of life and their deep-rooted cultural traditions. These villages serve as living museums, preserving Sasak heritage and providing a memorable cultural experience. Interacting with the friendly locals and tasting traditional cuisine further enhances the immersion in the local culture.
A visit to Rambitan and Sade allows travelers to appreciate the rich cultural diversity of Indonesia. These villages’ commitment to preserving their traditions amidst modernity is remarkable, making them essential stops for anyone interested in exploring the authentic traditions of Lombok.
KUTA BEACH -55 Km SE from mataram
Kuta Beach is a world-renowned coastal gem located in Bali, Indonesia. With its golden sandy shores, clear turquoise waters, and vibrant atmosphere, it has become a favorite destination for beach lovers and surf enthusiasts from around the globe. Kuta Beach offers a perfect blend of relaxation and excitement, with opportunities for sunbathing, swimming, and thrilling water sports. The beach is lined with numerous restaurants, bars, and shops, providing a lively and bustling atmosphere. As the sun sets, Kuta Beach transforms into a vibrant hub of nightlife, with beach parties and live music filling the air. It’s a must-visit destination for those seeking a tropical beach experience like no other.
- Full AC car
- Tour Guide
- Locale Snack
- Enterance fee