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RINJANI is an active volcano in Indonesia on the island of Lombok West Nusa Tenggara (NTB). It rises to 3,726 metres (12,224 ft), making it the second highest volcano in Indonesia, and similar in height to Mount Fuji.

The first historical eruption occurred in September 1847. The most recent eruption of Mount Rinjani was in May 2010 and the most recent significant eruptions occurred during a spate of activity from 1994 to 1995 which resulted in the further development of Gunung Barujari. (G.Baru). Historical eruptions at Rinjani dating back to 1847 have been restricted to Barujari cone and the Rombongan dome (in 1944) and consist of moderate explosive activity and occasional lava flows that have entered Segara Anak lake. The eruptive history of Rinjani prior to 1847 is not available as the island ofLombok is in a location that remainevery remote to the record keeping of the era.

The 6 km by 8.5 km oval-shaped caldera is filled partially by the crater lake known as Segara Anak (‘Child of the Sea’) This lake is approximately 2000 metres above sea level and estimated at being around 200 metres deep the caldera also contains hot springs.The Rinjani caldera forming eruption is thought to have occurred in the 13th century. Eruption rate, eruption sites, eruptiion type and magma composition have changed during the last 10,000 years before the caldera forming eruption.[4] The eruptions of 1994 and 1995 have presented at 

The highlands are forest clad and mostly undeveloped. The lowlands are highly cultivated. Rice, soybeans, coffee, tobacco, cotton, cinnamon, cacao, cloves, cassava, corn, coconuts, copra, bananas and vanilla are the major crops grown in the fertile soils of the island. The slopes are populated by the indigenous Sasak population. There are also some basic tourist related activities established on Rinjani primarily in or about the village of Senaru.Gunung Baru (or ‘New Mountain’ – approximately 2300 metres above sea level) in the center of this caldera and lava flows from subsequent eruptions have entered the lake. This cone has since been renamed MountBarujari (or ‘NewFinger Mountain’).


The volcano and the caldera are protected by the Gunung Rinjani National Park established in 1997. Tourism is increasingly popular with trekkers able to visit the rim, make their way into the caldera or even to make the more arduous climb to the highest point fatalities, however, are not uncommon. In July 2009 the summit route was closed due to volcanic activity at that time and subsequently reopened when the activity decreased. During early 2010 up to and including May 2010 access to Rinjani was at times again restricted due to volcanic activity.

On 3 November 1994, a cold lahar (volcanic mudflow) from the summit area of Rinjani volcano traveled down the Kokok Jenggak River killing thirty people from the village of Aikmel who were caught by surprise when collecting water from the river in the path of the flow.In connection with the eruption of the cone Gunung Barujari the status for Gunung Rinjani has been raised from Normal (VEI Level 1) to ‘be vigilant’ (VEI Level 2) since May 2, 2009 . In May 2010 Gunung Rinjani was placed in the standby status by Center for Volcanology & Geological Hazard Mitigation, Indonesia with a recommendation that there be no activity within a radius of 4 km from the eruption at Gunung Barujari.

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In Lombok, Rinjani volcano lies approximately 300 km north of the Sunda Trench (also known as Java trench ) and is situated about 170 km above the active north dipping Benioff zone. Based on the composition of andesites which have very low Ni concentrations and low Mg/Mg+Fe It is suggested that the Rinjani suite is of mantle origin, but that all the andesites and dacites as well as many of the basalts have probably been modified by fractional crystallization processes.[25] It is concluded that the Rinjani calc-alkaline suite, which in many respects is typical of many suites erupted by circum-pacific volcanoes, probably originated by partial melting of the peridotite mantle-wedge overlying the active Benioff Zone beneath Lombok Island.

The Pleistocene-Recent calcalkaline suite from the active volcano, Rinjani is composed of a diverse range of lavas. These include: ankaramite, high-Al basalt, andesite, high-K andesite and dacite. Sr-isotopic and geochemical constraints suggest that this suite was derived from the sub-arc mantle. Geochemical models suggest that fractional crystallization is an important process in the suite’s differentiation, although the series: ankaramite-high-Al basalt-andesite-dacite does not represent a continuously evolving spectrum of liquids.Click to add text, images, and other content


Rinjani erupted three times on May 22rd 2010 with activity continuing until early on May 23th. According to the volcano’s official monitoring agency, ash from Mount Barujari has been reported as rising up to two km into the atmosphere and has damaged crops. The volcano is not currently threatening villagers. Lava flowed into the caldera lake, pushing its temperature up from 21°C to 35°C, while smoke spread 12 km.

In February 2010 observers at the Gunung Rinjani Observation Post located 12.5 km (4000 feet) NE of Rinjani saw one whitish-colored plume that rose 100 metres (328 ft) from the volcano. Dense whitish plumes (and possibly brown) rose 500 metres (1,640 ft) – 900 metres (2,953 ft) in March 2010 on 26 occasions and as high as 1,500 metres (4,921 ft) in April 2010 on 41 occasions. Plumes seen on 1 and 2 May 2010 were “chocolate” in color and rose a maximum height of 1,600 metres (5,249 ft). From February 2010 through April 2010 seismicity decreased, although the maximum amplitude of earthquakes increased. CVGHM (Center of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation)[31] also noted that ash eruptions and ejected incandescent material fell within Rinjani caldera, but some ash was blown out of the caldera.

The activity in early 2010 centred about Gunung Barujari a post-caldera cone that lies within the Rinjani’s caldera lake of Segara Anak. The Volcanological Survey of Indonesia reported on 1 May 2010, that a column of smoke was observed rising from G. Rinjani “issuing eruptions 1300-1600 metres tall with thick brown color and strong pressure”. Their report Evaluasi Kegiatan G. Rinjani of 4 May also stated that on 1 May 2010 at 10:00 four events of Explosve Earthquake were recorded with a maximum amplitude of 6-53 mm and 110 seconds long earthquake, earthquake tremor events with a maximum amplitude of 1 mm and 55 second long duration, 15 Local Tectonic earthquake events and two events of tectonic earthquake. The Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI) Alert Level was raised to 2 (on a scale of 1-4) on 2 May 2010.[33] Level 1 is “Normal” and Level 2 is “Advisory” with an Aviation Alert color of Yellow-Advisory.[34]Based on analysis of satellite imagery, the Darwin VAAC (Volcanic Ash Advisory Center) reported that on 5 May a possible ash plume from Rinjani rose to an altitude of 5.5 km (18,000 ft) a.s.l. and drifted 150 km NW. The plume was not seen in imagery about six hours later. CVGHM (Center of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation) advised the VAAC that intermittent activity could produce ash plumes to 1.5 km (5,000 ft) above the caldera.

On 27 April 2009 Gunung Barujari became active with activity continuing through to May 2009. The mountain was closed at that time as the eruptions intensified with plumes of smoke and ash as high as 8,000 m (26,250 ft). A Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI):2 rating was issued for the activity between 2 May 2009 and 20 December 2009. The activity during this period was described as having the characteristics:of central vent eruption, flank (excentric) vent, explosive eruption and lava flow(s).

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On the basis of Plate Tectonics Theory, Rinjani is one of the series of volcanoes built in the Lesser Sunda Islands due to the subduction of Indo-Australian oceanic crust beneath the Lesser Sunda Islands, and it is interpreted that the sources of melted magma is at about 165–200 km depth.

The geology and tectonic setting of Lombok (and nearby Sumbawa) are described as being in the central portion of the Sunda Arc. The oldest exposed rocks are Miocene, suggesting that subduction and volcanism began considerably later than in Java and Sumatra to the west, where there are abundant volcanic and intrusive rocks of Late Mesozoic age. The islands are located on the eastern edge of the Sunda shelf, in a zone where crustal thickness is apparently rapidly diminishing, from west to east.

The seismic velocity structure of the crust in this region is transitional between typical oceanic and continental profiles and the Mohorovi?i? discontinuity (Moho) appears to lie at about 20 km.[16] These factors tend to suggest that there has been limited opportunity for crustal contamination of magmas erupted on the islands of Lombok and Sumbawa. In addition, these islands lie to the west of those parts of the eastern-most Sunda and west Banda arcs where collision with the Australian plate is apparently progressing.

The volcano of Rinjani is be located between 165 and 190 km above the Benioff Zone. There is a marked offset in the line of active volcanoes between the most easterly Sumbawa Volcano (Sangeang Api) and the line of active volcano in the Flores. This suggests that a major transcurrent fault cut across the arc between Sumbawa IslandFlores. This is considered to be a feature representing a major tectonic discontinuity between the east and west Sunda Arcs (the Sumba Fracture).[19] Further. A marked absence of shallow and intermediate earthquake

activity in the region to the south of Lombok and Sumbawa is a feature interpreted to represent a marked break in the Sunda Arc Zone. Faulting and folding caused strong deformation in the eastern part of Lombok Basin and is characterized by block faulting, shale diapirs and mud volcano.


Lombok is one of the Lesser Sunda Islands, a small archipelago which, from west to east, consists of Bali, Lombok, Sumbawa, Flores, Sumba and the Timor islands; all are located at the edge of the Australian continental shelf. Volcanoes in the area are formed due to the action of oceanic crusts and the movement of the shelf itself. Rinjani is one of at least 129 active volcanoes in Indonesia, four of which belong to the volcanoes of the Sunda Arc trench system forming part of the Pacific Ring of Fire – a section of fault lines stretching from the Western Hemisphere through Japan and South East Asia. The islands of Lombok and Sumbawa lie in the central portion of the Sunda Arc. The Sunda Arc is home to some of the world’s most dangerous and explosive volcanoes. The eruption of nearby Mount Tambora on Sumbawa is known for the most violent eruption in recorded history on 15 April 1815, with a scale 7the VEI.  

Rinjani volcano on the island of Lombok rises to 3,726 metres (12,224 ft), second in height among Indonesian volcanoes only to Sumatra’s Kerinci volcano. Rinjani has a steep-sided conical profile when viewed from the east, but the western side of the compound volcano is truncated by the 6 x 8.5 km, oval-shaped Segara Anak caldera. The western half of the caldera contains a 230 metre-deep lake whose crescentic form results from growth of the post-caldera cone Barujari at the eastern end of the caldera.


Gunung Rinjani Observation Post Rinjani Sembalun is located in the village of Lawang, Sub Sembalun 12.5 km(4000 feet) northeast of G. Rinjani) in the District of East Lombok. Observers at this post monitor G.Rinjani, G.Barujari/G.Tenga within the Segara Anak Caldera.


Masbagik Festival adalah Event budaya terbesar di Lombok – Nusa Tenggara Barat yang dihajatkan akan bisa menyajikan semua atraksi kesenian, potensi budaya dan potensi sejarah yang ada di lombok khususnya dan NTB pada umumnya, dimana dalam event Masbagik Festival ini akan disajikan budaya dan kesenian yang unik dan atractive yang ada di  Lombok dan akan menyedot ribuan pengunjung setiap tahunnya.

Masbagik Festival sebagai main Culture event di Lombok didua tahun terakhir sudah mampu menyedot perhatian 120.000 pengunjung dan memperkenalkannya keduania international dari berbagai media social diantaranya facebook, istagram, twitter, youtube dllnya dengan estimasi 15.000.000 penggunaan secial media diseluruh dunia.

Di tahun 2018 ini diharapkan akan lebih banyak lagi yang mengunjungi Masbagik Festival secara langsung pada bulan September nanti dan akan lebih banyak lagi pengguna media Sosial akan menyaksikan live dan mengetahui event ini.

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Seni Beladiri “BELANJAKAN”


Belanjakan adalah sebuah seni bela diri traditional asli dari masyarakat Lombok yang pada berawal dari sebuah desa kecil bernama Masbagik di kabupaten LOmbok Timur-Nusa Tenggara Barat, dimana ada dalam cerita masyarakat Masbagik dan sekitarnya Belanjakan ini dihajatkan untuk memberikan hiburan kepada masyarakat Masbagik sejak jaman dahulu.

Dalam cerita masyarakat disebutkan bahwa Belanjakan ini digelar untuk menyeleksi dan mencari pemimpin desa pada zaman dahulunya, dimana pepadu yang tanggung dan dianggap kuat disetiap pertarungan akan bisa menjadi pemimpin di desa masbagik ini. selain itu juga disebutkan para pepadu-pepadu (petarung) belanjakan ini dipersiapkan sebagai pasukan pertahanan desa, sekaligus untuk menjadi pasukan tempur berperang terhadap gangguan dari luar desa

Masbagik sebagai sebuah desa yang memiliki pemimpin yang pada zaman dahulu sangat suka memberikan Pantoan (hiburan=bahasa indonesia) kepada masyarakatnya terkenal seantero pulau ini, dari berbagai hiburan dan tontonan yang disajikan terutama disaat peringatan kemerdekaan Indonesia, disaat inilah semua jenis Pantoan akan digelar dan dipertontonkan oleh pemimpin pemimpin Masbagik sejak zaman dahulu diantaranya pagelaran tarian tarian tradisional, pagelaran musik tradisional, wayang, pacuan kuda, balap becak, belanjakan dan perisaian. namun diantara kesemuanya itu yang paling ramai di kunjungi oleh masyarakat masbagik adalah belanjakan ini.

Salah satu penyebab setiap penyelenggaraan Belanjakan ini ramai disaksikan masyarakat adalah karena memang pada awalnya dibeberapa tempat di kampung dan dusun yang ada di Masbagik sering menggelar belanjakan antar kampung diantaranya disebutkan lokasinya seperti Genjer, gudang kerapan, nibas, semat dan ambung.

Beberapa informasi sama diperoleh dari mayarakat juga menyebutkan Pada awalnya Belanjakan ini dilakukan setelah panen padi dilakukan oleh petani di tengah tengah sawah yang sudah di panen dan beralaskan jerami, disanalah kedua petarung yang dalam bahasa sasak lombok disebut pepadu bertarung dengan ketangkasan yang mereka miliki.

Belanjakan ini biasa dilakukan pada malam hari saat menjelang purnama yaitu tanggal 12 penanggalan kalender sasaq hingga purnama tiba, dimana semua warga akan berkumpul ditengah sawah yang disepakati sebagai arena pertaruyngan Belanjakan.


This small town is about 2km from the southern boundary of Mount Rinjani National Park. It is a quaint and scenic rural area some 700 metres above sea level, and gives visitors the chance to experience real, traditional village life in Lombok. This is as far removed from drunken beer boy scene in Senggigi as you could possibly imagine.

The Tetebatu area is perhaps best known for for its cultural attractions. Traditional Sasak handicraft artisans are spread throughout the villages in this area and products include black terracotta and basketry. The nearby town of Kotaraja is the best location in Lombok to witness traditional Sasak stick fighting, and the village has a long tradition of producing forged blacksmith tools.

Getting to Tetebatu by public transport is a bit of a saga and can take a very long time. There are buses from the main terminal in Mataram to Pomotong about 12km south of Tetebatu. These are unpredictable but seem to be most regular in the late mornings. From Pauk Motong, a crossroad and a market you might be able to find a bemo to take you to Kotaraja, and from there a horse cart (cidomo) for the final 2 km to Tetebatu.

Perama bus company offers one way transfers from Senggigi to Tetebatu for Rp 125,000 per person, minimum 2 people. They will leave at 10:00 (pickup at your hotel) and will arrive in Tetebatu around 11:30. This must be pre-booked one day in advance. (As of Dec 2015.) Senggigi office Easier, and not expensive if there is more than one in your party, is to charter a private car or taxi. From the main tourist destinations in West Lombok

Besides taking a taxi, bus, traveler may take a motorbike service, 'OJEK' in Indonesia language. It costs Rp. 50.000-100.000 from Mataram. Actually it really depends on place from which you have a motor bike. Distance will consume gasoline, and rider stamina.


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RUMAH Adat Limbungan yang terletak di Desa Prigi, Kecamatan Suela, Kabupaten Lombok Timur (Lotim), merupakan desa adat tertua di Lotim, yang merupakan lokasi pemukiman masyarakat adat Limbungan turun temurun. Rumah adat yang berada di ketinggian sekitar 750 meter dari permukaan laut, dan berada di lereng Gunung Rinjani ini menjadi salah satu daya tarik kunjungan wisatawan di Lotim.

Menempuh perjalanan sekitar 15 kilometer (km) dari Kecamatan Pringgabaya, dengan waktu tempuh sekitar 20 sampai 30 menit, dengan medan jalan menanjak, ternyata menyuguhkan view alam dan laut Selat Alas yang mempesona, terutama saat cuaca cerah. Perjalanan menuju rumah adat ini akan sangat menarik, manakala kita sudah berada di pertengahan jalan. Terlebih lagi ketika telah mencapai lokasi rumah adat.

Mata kita akan dimanjakan dengan pemandangan hijaunya laut  di bawah sana, sehingga lukisan Tuhan berupa perpaduan hijaunya laut dan pulau-pulau kecil, serta deretan pegunungan Pulau Sumbawa akan sangat memanjakan mata kita. Sementara diatas, tepatnya di sebalah utara, deretan pegunungan hijau, serta rapatnya pepohonan hutan lindung juga tak kalah menariknya. Inilah sederet kelebihan yang dimiliki Rumah Adat Limbungan, dibandingkan dengan rumah-rumah adat lain di daerah ini.

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Ditambah lagi dengan susunan rumah adat yang berdiri di lokasi sekitar 2 hektar di Limbungan Barat, dan 2 hektar di Limbungan Timur. Tertata sedemikian rupa sehingga membentuk blok, yang masing-masing blok terdapat tujuh sampai 11 rumah adat beratapkan ilalang dan berpagar bedek, serta berlantaikan tanah yang dicampur dengan kotoran sapi, serta getah pohon kayu ini. “Rumah Adat Limbungan ini ada dua di Kekadusan Limbungan Barat, dan Limbungan Timur,” kata Kadus Limbungan Barat, M. Ridwan, belum lama ini.

Sementara di wilayahnya, Limbungan Barat terdapat 74 rumah adat, 37 berada di sebelah timur jalan, dan 37 di sebelah barat jalan, yang membelah rumah adat tersebut. Kesempatan itu dia juga menceritakan sejarah keberadaan rumah adat Limbungan, yang awalnya merupakan tempat tinggal para nenek moyang masyarakat Limbungan, setelah mengungsi akibat serangan musuh (siat). Hingga setelah sekian lama mengungsi ke Pringgabaya, dan setelah aman kembali dan membentuk pemukiman hingga kini, yang diabadikan sebagai rumah adat Limbungan.

Rumah adat ini ukurannya bervariasi, tergantung dari kemampun keluarga yang mendiaminya. Jika kondisi perekonomian penghuninya cukup mampu, maka bentuk dan ukuran yang dibangun akan lebih besar. Sementara bagi yang kondisi ekonominya kurang, akan membangun rumah kecil dan seperlunya untuk ruang tidur, sekaligus ruang keluarga. Sementara dapur berada di luar, satu atap dengan lumbung yang berada di bangunan rumah utama. “Rata-rata penghuni rumah adat adalah orang-orang tua,” imbuhnya.



Hampir seluruh penghuni rumah adat ini adalah golongan orang tua, dan bahkan renta. Pasalnya, berada di lokasi rumah adat tidak dibolehkan membangun permanen dengan bata, semen, asbes atau genteng, serta seng. Melainkan jika ingin membangun permanen maka siapapun itu mereka harus keluar dan membangun di luar lokasi rumah adat. Sehingga tak heran bila kemudian jarang terlihat penghuni yang masih muda akan mendiami rumah adat ini. Kecuali bagi yang sama sekali tidak mampu dan tidak memiliki tanah untuk tempat membangun rumah.


·         Air Terjun Jukut. These falls are not as spectacular as those in the north of the national park around Senaru, but still very much worth the effort to see. You will need a guide to find Jukut and your hotel will certainly help with this. Expect to pay about Rp 100,000-150,000. The falls are reached via a really pleasant two hour walk from Tetebatu through charming rice paddies. Less recommended is to drive to the main car park, from where the falls are 2km down a well trodden walking track. Local Sasak lore has it that the waters here are a cure for baldness. Rp 20,000.

·         Taman Wisata Tetebatu (Tetebatu Monkey Forest). This park is a gentle 4km walk north of the town. Expect lots of macaques and some pleasant enough scenery and waterfalls. Again, ask at your hotel about a guide, and avoid any offers of motorised transport.

·         Kotaraja is about 5km south of Tetebatu and is famous for the local form of stick fighting - peresehan. Regular events are held in which young Sasak men ceremonially fight each other with a rattan stick and a buffalo skin shield. Enquire locally in Tetebatu to see if any fights are scheduled.

·         Tetebatu Waterfall - So close with the black monkey forest and lake. Main view panorama and traditional Sasak village and original custom so stay and feel like a local don't forget to go with the experienced guide to take the best moment. Donation in lieu of an entrance fee.


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Lombok terkenal dengan pesona dan keunikan wisata yang berlimpah. Salah satunya adalah wisata Desa Sapit, Lombok Timur. Di desa Sapit berdiri homestay sehingga para wisatawan dapat menginap lebih lama di desa Sapit sembari menikmati aneka keindahan alam yang tersaji.


homestay tempat wisatawan menginap di Desa Sapit Lombok Timur

Sapit adalah sebuah desa tradisional yang berada di kecamatan Swela (kurang lebih 65 km dari kota Selong) dengan dua daya tarik utama berupa pertanian dan pemandangan pegunungan. Dari desa ini kita juga dapat melihat dengan jelas Samudera Indonesia dan Selat Alas, kita juga dapat melihat puncak gunung Rinjani. Masyarakat desa ini masih bercocok tanam dengan cara tradisional yang dapat memberikan suasana pedesaan yang klasik dan natural, dan sebelum sampai di desa ini anda juga dapat menikmati wisata di kolam mata air Lemor dengan hutan wisata yang indah.

Tidak hanya pemandangan saja yang mengesankan namun masyarakat Sapit yang sangat ramah dengan para pendatang. Mereka ini berprofesi sebagai petani. Uniknya, hingga kini mereka masih menerapkan cara bertani tradisional sehingga menambah kesan klasik di pedesaan ini.


pertanian tradisional salah satu keunikan Desa Sapit Lombok Timur

Hal lain lagi yang menjadi keunikan Sapit adalah keberadaan langgar Sapit yakni masjid peninggalan Wetu Telu yang berlokasi di Dusun Montong Kemong. Letaknya sekitar 500 meter dari pusat desa dengan terus mengikuti jalan. Langgar Sapit berada di pertigaan kedua setelah kita mengikuti jalan tersebut. Bangunan Langgar Sapit ini cukup menonjol karena berbentuk rumah khas suku Sasak yang saat itu tergolong cukup megah dan hingga kini masih terjaga kelestariannya. Namun begitu, ritual adat yang dulu sering dilakukan kini mulai jarang diteruskan. Sekarang, Langgar Sapit dijaga oleh pemangku adat karena dianggap sebagai tempat suci oleh warga setempat.


Langgar Sapit, Masjid peninggalan yang masih terjaga keasliannya

Keberadaan Masyarakat desa Sapit dengan terus menekuni pertanian mereka merupakan warisan yang terus dijalankan dan dipelihara dari generasi ke generasi. Desa Sapit berada di ketinggian 1.100 mter dpl, sehingga udaranya dingin dan bersih. Sunrise di desa Sapit sangat indah karena kita bisa melihat matahari terbit dari arah daratan Sumbawa.

Kedatangan wisatawan kesini cenderung untuk memilih  tinggal beberapa hari di Desa Sapit supaya bisa mengagumi pesona alam desa ini dengan trekking di beberapa bukit yang ada di Sapit.  Sekitar 5 kilometer di utara desa ini terdapat sumber air Lemor. Selain itu ada air terjun dan air Sebau yang mengandung belerang. Selain pemandangan yang di sajikan desa Sapit, Keunikan desa Sapit terus menarik wisatawan yang datang, terlebih adanya sambutan yang mengesankan oleh masyarakat Sapit yang sangat ramah dengan para pendatang. Selamat berlibur!

This small town is about 2km from the southern boundary of Mount Rinjani National Park. It is a quaint and scenic rural area some 700 metres above sea level, and gives visitors the chance to experience real, traditional village life in Lombok. This is as far removed from drunken beer boy scene in Senggigi as you could possibly imagine.


The Tetebatu area is perhaps best known for for its cultural attractions. Traditional Sasak handicraft artisans are spread throughout the villages in this area and products include black terracotta and basketry. The nearby town of Kotaraja is the best location in Lombok to witness traditional Sasak stick fighting, and the village has a long tradition of producing forged blacksmith tools.


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