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

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

Getting around

  Motorised transport is banned from all three islands – you get around on foot, by bicycle or by horse-cart. Bicycles can be hired for Rp. 10,000 – 15,000 / hour, or you can get much better daily rates. Horse-carts, known as ‘Cidomos’, charge according to distance. Agree the price before you leave with a bit of friendly bargaining. The walk around Trawangan takes anything from 90 minutes to all day, depending on your pace… it’s about 8 km in circumference.

To get between the islands, you can either charter a local boat for around Rp.155,000, or take the twice daily ‘Hopping’ boat which costs just Rp. 20,000 per person. Ask at your hotel or at the harbour for the latest schedules.

Despite the fact that the islands are only a few hundred meters apart, DO NOT attempt to swim between them – currents are deceptively strong. This is no problem when snorkeling near to the shore, but further out you can get swept away.


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