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Kuta Beach - Lombok

Lombok, Indonesia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A lot of construction happening around Kuta beach. We didn't even end up going down to the beach properly. A lot of stray dogs although they don't seem to bother you. There are nicer beaches not far!!

Thank Emma W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Kuta Beach located in the door of Mandalika. At the moment the authority is clean up and new designing Kuta. They build new boulevard on the beach.

Thank Armelita1973
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

the beaches are so beautifull but there are always people and kids who wants to sale you something...and dogs on the beach are laying next to you but they are nice,take a driver or a scooter to see al the beaches there its worth it...More

Thank Tinkara T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived at Kuta Lombok after the trek to Mount Rinjani. It's not too far from the airport - about 30 mins.

Thank Trieu Anh D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was so quite and nice. They have a double contour of sands, which there were bigger sands particle (as big as pepper) on the beach and smaller sands particle (as big as salt) on the seashore. They do not have nice sunset since there...More

Thank Argya N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

5 years ago, you could see buffaloes walking the beach and bars on the beach. Now the bars are not allowed to operate on the beach, but lots of tourists come to surf. Best to rent a bike and check out the beaches. The wave...More

Thank nithyan
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The area still new to tourism so it was still quite quiet and relaxing which is perfect for me. Only thing was lots of local tried to sell their products and sometimes can be bit pushy, food and accommodation aren't that expensive here in lombok...More

Thank bonzzy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of the best thing is the sand. Clean, and unique. Coarse grain like pepper, local people call it "pasir merica". The beach also has gazebo, and it's free to use.

Thank AntoxHamid
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

There are sandy areas to this beach but it isn't a common one to swim in. The waters are clear and lovely though. It was sad to see how much garbage/plastic was floating in the waters here.

Thank kbulney
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Looks like they are trying to build a wall out of whatever is laying around to somehow control access to the beach. It's a bit of an eye sore. This was not our crowd (we are older) so we didn't spend much time here.

Thank lookin4luxury
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R0sie1
I think you may be the Demographic they would like to attract.. But Tourism is new here. Before Tourists the locals ate bananas and pineapple, other natural foods and could throw away the skins and left over fruit as it is biodegradable. Westerners brought plastic. Yes we are the culprits. A new community project from SLCA (southern Lombok community Association) has set about getting Large Rubbish bins placed around town (if you want to be part of the solution, you can sponsor a bin for just Rp 150,000 a month that's $15 AUD. We provide the bin and clean and dispose of the trash in a government sponsored responsible way) SLCA are also educating children through schools and Lombok Kids Foundation have started a weekly clean up. slowly through this education children and their parents will understand why its not good to throw rubbish away or burn plastic. Give us some time and Come back one day and see the difference.
14 September 2015|
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R0sie1
I am part of SLCA ( southern Lombok Community Association) we set up in large part becuase of the rubbish situation. We ahve been doing some clean ups and also we now have Bins for sponsorship. We are rolling them out over the next few weeks. They are large and we will take care of rubbish collection and cleaning and maintaining the bins. We ask people to sponsor one bin at Rp150,000 a month. That is around $15 Australian. If you would like to be part of the solution please let me know and send your email address and I will send a sponsorship form. We are also training kids about rubbish and the effects on the environment and hurting sea turtles and sea birds. We do this hrough the lombok kids foundation and through education in the schools. you visited at the only time of year we have flys. and the governemtn in the october had pulled down all the illegal buildings on the beach so it was loooking VERY bad in deed. Please come back in a year and see the difference ;-)
13 September 2015|
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Response from joseph998 | Reviewed this property |
Be back late Nov.
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Michelle T
Can we ride scooters to mangrove forest?
11 September 2015|
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Response from Antoine G | Reviewed this property |
Yes but only to some part of it but Cycling would be better to get into the mangroves. After that you will have to walk. enjoy!
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