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The Mandalika Resort in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), which is projected to become Indonesia’s new premier destination in addition to the neighboring island of Bali, is due to see the start of several projects this year.
Malaysian-based low-cost carrier AirAsia Berhad (AirAsia) will open a new direct service connecting Kuala Lumpur to one of Indonesia’s emerging tourist destinations Lombok in October this year, an executive said.
Lombok has successfully hosted the 33rd conference of the ASEAN Inter-Parliament Assembly, known as AIPA. The conference was held over seven days, from 16 – 22 September, with the majority of events taking place in and around Senggigi.
SWEDISH investors are set to turn 200 hectares of land and 300 hectares of ocean at East Lombok’s hauntingly beautiful Tanjung Ringgit into a world-class eco-tourism resort.
FIVE potential investors in tourism and manufacturing will visit Lombok Sumbawa as a result of regional promotion in India’s financial centre of Mumbai.
“THIS IS certainly a beautiful place that we have found,” said Vladimir, one of a forward team from the Russian state of Tatarstan to investigate tourism potential in West Lombok’s southern Sekotong area.
Land has been leased to two investors who have signed up to build 5-star hotels in the Mandalika resort zone in the Kuta beach area of southern Lombok.
It does not have the fabled image of Indonesia's more popular island Bali but, as Michelle Jana Chan points out, neighbouring Lombok has better beaches and far fewer tourists.
CENTRAL LOMBOK’S southern coastal Mandalika tourism development zone was one of three Indonesian tourism projects offered to international investors in November.
A NEW FAST boat operation promises to bring up to 400 tourists a day to Lombok’s Senggigi Beach in only two hours from southern Bali’s major tourist areas.