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Parties & Nightlife
Gili Trawangan is still the most popular island, and its legendary parties conti....more


Communications
The more upmarket hotels have IDD telephones in their rooms, but this is a luxur....more


Security & Health Centres
With small, close-knit communities, and an increasing reliance on visitors to th....more


Money Matters
There are no ATM’s or banks on the Gili Islands, but most mid-range and up....more


Getting around
Motorised transport is banned from all three islands – you get around on f....more


The Gilis Today
In recent years the scene has changed rapidly on Gili Trawangan, whereas Gili Me....more


The Gili Islands - Overview
The Three Gili islands are locat....more



The Gili Islands - Overview


  The Three Gili islands are located of the the northwest coast of Lombok, a little over 60 miles (100km) from Benoa harbour in Bali, around 20 miles from the Eastern Tip of Bali.

They were first discovered by back-packers back in the 1980’s, when they became a popular well-kept secret among a more adventurous crowd seeking to escape to an island paradise, far from the madding crowds of Kuta Bali and the like. The waters are crystal clear and teeming with marine life, the beaches pure white sand, you can snorkel straight off the beach and enjoy a timeless paradisic lifestyle.

Although the first to develop homestays was Gili Air (the nearest island to Lombok), it is Gili Trawangan that subsequently became known as the ‘party island’ – a young, adventurous European crowd having way too much fun far away from home. Simple bungalows with generator supplied electricity soon sprang up like mushrooms, to cater to a crowd eager to get off the beaten track.
   
 


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