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Lombok and the Gilis are home to the Sasak people, the native inhabitants of Lombok; although local society also includes Balinese, Chinese, Arabs and Indonesians from other islands. The Sasak people are predominantly Muslim. While the Balinese are Hindu, Catholics, Buddhists and other religions exist harmoniously together on the island.
Lombok has a rich indigenous culture, including its own local Sasak language, dance and music traditions. Of particular interest is the “Gendang Beleq” – very large drums which accompany the gamelan music found throughout Indonesia. With the mixture of ethnic peoples and religions in Lombok, there are nearly always festivals and celebrations on the island.

The Trawangan has been designed to give guests a true sense of peaceful living on a tropical island. Positioned only steps away from the white sand beach and crystal clear waters, you can experience the natural beauty of the island.
A few minutes’ walk along the beach will have you in the centre of the action, with restaurants, bars and dive shops all within easy reach. Enjoy the best of all Gili T has to offer!