Home to enchanting beaches and the colorful Sasak culture, Lombok is known for their delightful spicy food that you can’t help but love. Although it might seem intimidating for those with a safe palate, it’s a challenge that you must try when you come down to Lombok.
Dubbed as the island of a thousand mosques, Lombok has garnered a lot of popularity for Muslim foodies. It’s even been named as World’s Best Halal Tourism Destination twice, encouraging locals to focus on finessing their culinary opportunity even more.
With Indonesia carefully reopening restaurants with dine-in options in this pandemic, let this 1-day culinary trip guide help you to journey into Indonesia’s Best Ever Eats destination of Lombok.
Nasi Sukaraja at Rumah Makan Sukaraja
- Travel time from Mataram city center: 10 minutes by car