Three islands, one paradise: The Gili Islands, Maldives of the East

Elizabeth Zuliani

Italian-Peranakan-Yemeni writer Elizabeth Zuliani has a weakness for elaborate hand crafted objects, stunning coastlines and a stiff mojito when the sun sets. Intoxicated with the beauty of the Indonesian archipelago, she brings you the best travel stories from the exotic corners of Lombok, the Gili islands, Sumba and beyond.

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6 Responses

  1. Elvis says:

    I’ve read some good stuff here. Definitely worth bookmarking for revisiting.

    I surprise how much effort you put to create such a great informative website.

  2. Wendy says:

    Thanks for this great article.

    When you say “No matter what time you land in Lombok and arrive in Bangsal harbour, you’ll have a way of getting to the islands.”, do you believe I can catch a fastboat at about 7pm heading to Gili Meno ? My Garuda flight only lands in Lombok airport at 4.30pm, so I wondered if I have to spend a night in Lombok or if I can go directly to Gili Meno…

  3. Herg says:

    this is extravagantly informative. Thanks for sharing.

  4. helen says:

    Great website! Can you shed some light on what it’s like in Gili T and Air during Ramadan? For someone who’s looking for a party scence, is it worth going at this time?

  5. Xavier Polvoskie says:

    In my opinion, Trawangan is the place, where everyone should go after relaxing on Bali.
    Every year I visit Bali and every year part of all my time I spend on Trawangan. Fishing,
    laying on beach, looking for party, you know. This year went to Gili on speedboat from easygili. com
    These people know their job. But I felt bad as we drove. In the island internet is the worst 🙁
    But you don’t need it! Now have a rest, man. Do what u want 🙂

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