Located on the eastern half of Indonesia, the island paradise of Lombok is one of the crown jewels of the island chain known as Lesser Sunda.
Just east from Bali and west of Sumbawa, Lombok lies within the Indonesian province of West Nusa Tenggara.
Getting to Lombok is easy and convenient. There are over a hundred direct flights to Lombok per week from the United Kingdom, European Union, Middle East, Hong Kong, China and India via many international hub airports.
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Direct access to Lombok from South East Asia couldn't be easier. With flight times of two and half hours or less from multiple airlines and airports, The Galeri Beach Resort & Residences represents an ideal weekend getaway destination for visitors from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta.
Direct flights to Lombok are available via Air Asia. Visitors may also simply connect via Bali, where several regional airlines offer numerous flights to and from Lombok in 25 minutes or less.
“Arrivals (in Lombok) stood at approximately 40,400, corresponding to an astounding 137% growth from the year before… in the case of Lombok, the central and provincial governments are actively promoting the destination as Indonesia’s next big tourism hotspot.
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“Over the next few years the real estate offerings that are likely to succeed in Lombok will be the hotel investment offerings for the simple fact that this is where the current market demand is… This will be the next notch up in the cycle which has all the ingredients to be one of Asia’s most dynamic leisure property stories in the decade ahead.
BILL BARNET, C9 HOTELWORKS
“Over the last few years, Indonesia has outperformed all other tourist economies in the world. With a potentially high consumer base, growing economy, upbeat tourist industry and increasing political stability, Indonesia will emerge over the next few years as THE focus of investment markets globally.
“Culturally, Lombok is typically more Indonesian than Bali… Lombok is not an “unspoiled Bali,” or “Bali’s sister island”. Lombok is not Bali at all, and that is precisely its charm.
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“In South Lombok, we have seen 100 percent gains year on year for the past four to five years. With the opening of a new international airport, boutique resorts and continued work on general infrastructure, we continue to see great upside potential in Lombok.
PETER HUNT, ASIA PROSPECTS
“When will the vast resource of Bali’s lucrative formidable neighbour (Lombok) be put to the test? With the entry of a new international airport and an increase in direct flights both domestically and internationally, it’s not a matter of “if” but more a matter of “when” things will come off the simmer to a boil.