Desa Sade, Banyumulek, Tanjung Aan, Kuta Beach, Senggigi

Next day, we were go for a breakfast in our hotel restaurant.
Again, clear weather and nice atmosphere.
Here they are, view from our restaurant.

After that, we were go for a walk around the Gili Trawangan Island.


In early afternoon, we will gonna back to Senggigi.
Next stop is Tanjung Aan and Kuta Beach.
Located to the south coast of Lombok Kuta Beach. Tanjung Aan, a paradise for beach lovers is a very nice area near Kuta Beach. Tanjung Aan beach has sand that resembles pepper. This beach provides an ample opportunity to get together and have fun with your friends or beloved family.
Tanjung Aan bay stretches along a mile and a giant wave breaking on the beach. Turquoise sea water, stir a desire to unlock the hidden secrets of this beach.


Next, we went to Desa Sade.
Sade Village is a traditional Village on Lombok island. This Traditional Lombok Village located on Central Lombok, Nusa Tenggara Barat. It take about 1 hours from Mataram City. And half hours from new Lombok Airport. Their house are stil traditional. The roof made from alang-alang and the wall made from combinations of clay and cow faeces. For them, cow faeces have many functions for their live such as for cleaning the floor, washing, bathing, etc.
Sade Village have a beautiful traditional woven. They still make the waven with a traditional way. One waven can take 1 or 2 months to get ready for sale. Sade traditional waven have a unique design.

Our last stop is Desa Banyumulek.
Banyumulek is Pottery Village. The village is located in the district of Kediri Banyumulek West Lombok district and one village on the island of Lombok famous for pottery craft.
The stuff they produce is unique and diverse. The average is made of clay or clay molded, baked, then painted. For the decorations they used egg shells formed and added decoration of wall paint. The price of goods sold in this diverse. can reach Rp.35.000 – Rp.500,000 depending on the level of difficulty to make it. What's interesting pottery Banyumulek how to make a still retaining the traditional burning techniques. By using straw and firewood.
We have a chance to tried to make some pottery craft for our souvenirs.

See you later Lombok! :)

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