Lombok island is the most popular holiday destination in Indonesia’s among world wide travellers and holiday makers. Lombok located East of Bali, it’s take 25 minutes by flight and taking 1 hour by fast boat. The fabled Gili Islands drawing visitors for action both in and out of the water, mighty Mount Rinjani luring climbers, and the big breaks on the south coast a magnet for surfers.
The Mandalika | The Anchor
The Anchor is perched on hillside land overlooking Lobster and Gerupuk Bays, with villa plots offering stunning sunset, ocean and Gunung Tunak National Park views.
The Anchor is a few minutes' drive from many of the most impressive bays on the South Coast, strategically located near the East gate of The Mandalika, while the Gunung Tunak National Park is a stones throw from the development.
Shopping and hospitality in Kuta are only 20 minutes away with international restaurants and a vibrant nightlife scene.
Mandalika | Development Area
The Mandalika resort area is focused on sustainable living and development with plans for a golf course, trekking, cycling areas, as well as the MotoGP which is set to kick off in 2021. It looks to compliment and enhance the spectacular beauty of South Lombok as the setting for a world-class resort complex.
The Mandalika area is currently serviced by several 3-star hotels and the 4-star Novotel, as well as numerous high-end boutique resorts and villas. The likes of Pullman, Club Med, Marriott, Paramount & IHG have signed contracts and are at various stages of construction. The Pullman Hotel as well as the Art’otel Hotel and beach club is due to open in 2020, with A Marina due to commence construction in Kuta Bay, now the beach walk has been completed.
With a total of 1250 hectares including 8 kilometers of white sand beaches, The Mandalika is set to become one of the world’s most well-known tourist destinations .