Po Hwa Kong
Reflecting the religious diversity of the island, this historic Chinese Buddhist temple (built in 1806) acts as a spiritual centre for...
Mayura Water Palace
Built in 1744, this palace includes the former king’s family temple, a pilgrimage site for Lombok’s Hindus on 24 December. In 1894 it...
Pura Meru is the largest and second most important Hindu temple on Lombok. Built in 1720, it’s dedicated to the Hindu trinity of Brahma,...
Spotless, well-run and highly popular family-run Chinese restaurant around the corner from the Mataram Mall. The surrounds are...
Melissa Bakery information
Lonely Planet review
A squeaky-clean bakery-cum-deli that pumps out the full monty of Indonesian street snacks (such as smoked beef roti) and nasi kuning (yellow rice) as well as Western treats such as brownies and cheesecake.