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Kids in Wae Rebo village: Now you can visit the village, stay with the locals in their authentic mbaru niang and experie...

Kids in Wae Rebo village: Now you can visit the village, stay with the locals in their authentic mbaru niang and experie...

Selong Belanak Beach. This beach is located the furthest out of all beaches available along the South Lombok coastline....

Selong Belanak Beach. This beach is located the furthest out of all beaches available along the South Lombok coastline....

Traditional costume: It has an obvious resemblance to the Balinese seen from their traditional costumes and textile patt...

Traditional costume: It has an obvious resemblance to the Balinese seen from their traditional costumes and textile patt...

Temple priests taking the water from the sea to be used to wash the sacred artefacts. Photo by Agung Prameswara.

Temple priests taking the water from the sea to be used to wash the sacred artefacts. Photo by Agung Prameswara.

On patrol: Several pecalang, or customary guards, patrol one of the gates to Kuta Beach on Monday, ensuring that residents and tourists alik...

On patrol: Several pecalang, or customary guards, patrol one of the gates to Kuta Beach on Monday, ensuring that residents and tourists alik...

Paradise lounge: A comfortable bamboo structured couch set in front of Sire beach. (Photo by Electra Gillies).

Paradise lounge: A comfortable bamboo structured couch set in front of Sire beach. (Photo by Electra Gillies).

Paper monster: The ogoh-ogoh museum displays a collection of effigies that Balinese people created to celebrate Nyepi. (...

Paper monster: The ogoh-ogoh museum displays a collection of effigies that Balinese people created to celebrate Nyepi. (...

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