Senggigi Beach, one of Lombok’s popular tourist beaches, is one of the gems of the Indonesian peninsula perfect for swimming, surfing, and sunset viewing.
Unlike its neighboring beaches in Bali and Kuta, Senggigi Beach is an odd beauty with its brown sand and volcanic rocks that seem to be everywhere. Despite being a simpler beach as per Indonesian standards, Senggigi Beach still offers something to its guests: safe waters for swimming, waves for leisure surfing, coral reefs great for snorkeling, and a clear view of the beautiful Indonesian sunset. If you’re pressed for time, most tourists recommend foregoing Senggigi Beach for another option since several things — like the beach’s simplicity and a lot of beach hawkers — may disappoint you.
Persimpangan Jalan Raya Senggigi, Desa Sekotong Barat, Lombok 83355, Indonesia
Opening Days and Hours
The beach is open anytime.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Access to the beach is free.
How to Get There
From Bandara International Airport, hire airport metered taxis to take you to Senggigi Beach.
- Solo Travelers/Backpackers
Time to Spend
Spend at least half of a day exploring the beach.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit Senggigi Beach is during the early morning.
Avail of food and drinks from nearby restaurants such as Warung Manah and Adil, Cak-Por Cafe Tenda, Papaya Cafe, Cafe Bambu, and Asmara.
- Mount Rinjani
- Gili Air
- Pink Beach
Homestays and inns near Senggigi Beach offer accommodations to tourists at rates starting from USD 45 to USD 190. Choose from Bale Kampung Homestay, Lina’s Raja’s, Hotel Ray, and Sonya Homestay.