Valentine’s Day is on Sunday, 14 February and where better to celebrate love than in romantic Lombok – with its luxurious resorts and beachfront restaurants, it’s all about romantic candlelit dinners for two and magical moments with the one you love!
Qunci Villas is one of the most romantic resorts on the island and, even if you have left it too late to book a romantic escape in one of their stylish rooms (although you can try!), an intimate candle-lit table for two will put a shine in your lover’s eyes.
• Ko - ko - mo Resort on Gili Gede is now open and lucky guests can enjoy opening discounts of 25% off room rates!
The super-stylish resort brings a new level of sophistication to the Southwest Gilis with luxurious one- and two- bedroom villas with private pools and lovely ‘Villa Kecil’ bungalows right on the beachfront.
Since the Lombok International Airport opened, local authorities in their wisdom have insisted on it being called ‘Bandara Internasional Lombok’ (abbreviated to BIL) – despite the fact that most tourists find the name too hard to remember or pronounce.
Now, just over 4 years later, the airport management authority PT Angkasa Pura I (PT API) has announced that the airport will be ‘rebranded’ as Lombok International Airport.
The current Zika virus outbreak across Latin America is a timely warning to those of us living in the tropics to take extra precautions against mosquitoes during rainy season.
The Zika virus is transmitted to people mainly through the bite of an infected Aedes Aegypti mosquito, which typically bite during the daytime. These are the same mosquitoes that spread dengue and chikungunya viruses.
Hartono, a talented young man from Pengembur Village, Pujut in Central Lombok, taught himself to play music from a young age. The magic of his hands and beautiful piano notes has touched the hearts of many guests at the Sheraton.
We caught up with Hartono last week to find out more about this extraordinary local man…
Repeating the success of previous years, Honda Motor Nusa Tenggara Barat (NTB) in collaboration with Lombok City Center (LCC) held the ‘2016 Honda Student Olympics’ in the atrium at the new Lombok City Center mall.
The theme of this year's event was ‘Be a Superhero with STUDENT OLYMPIC HONDA 2016’. The event received an overwhelming response from many schools in NTB (the islands of Lombok and Sumbawa) who competed for tens of millions of rupiah in prizes.