Senggigi travel guide

Senggigi Tourism | Senggigi Guide

You're Going to Love Senggigi

Spread out along six miles of Lombok's coastline, Senggigi is the island's tourist hub. Lined with beaches, enjoying gorgeous weather and a wonderful dive site, Senggigi is a resort with something for everyone.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Senggigi

When to Visit Senggigi

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The dry season is the best time to go (from May through September). However, even the rainy season can be pleasant, with warm temperatures and slightly reduced humidity working in its favor.

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How to Get to Senggigi

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Where to Stay in Senggigi

Senggigi has plenty of standout accommodation options, including the Sheraton Senggigi Beach Resort and the Katamaran Resort.

Popular Neighborhoods in Senggigi

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How to Get Around Senggigi

The Cost of Living in Senggigi

Shopping Streets

If you want to shop for traditional Lombok furniture or works of art, you'll find plenty of stores in Senggigi like the Senggigi Art Market. Just look along Jl. Raya Senggigi and you'll find plenty of places to buy gifts.

Groceries and Other

Local supermarkets include Alfamart and Senggigi Abadi, where 12 eggs will cost you around Rp12,000.

Where to Eat in Senggigi

Seafood and satay sum up Senggigi's dining scene, and there are plenty of great places to book. Spice (next to the Art Market) is a stylish contemporary eatery, while Coco Beach is great for vegetarians, and Warung Menega cook up seafood barbecues by the ocean. Meals should come to (at most) Rp80,00 per head.