This is actually my unfinished post about Lombok …
The day before, Lombok was showered with on-and-off rain, which meant nothing but the failure to enjoy the beach and sunset. But luckily, my last day in Lombok, I was welcomed by a bright sunshine.
Our bus was already heading to our next destination before we went to the airport in the afternoon. The next destination was once again a shop-till-drop scene. I really hate it! Most Indonesian tourists are shopping freaks. They choose to go shopping rather than visiting interesting places around the city. I am thankful that I am not one of the most-Indonesian-tourists. Luckily, there is this manager in my bus who likes photography and sightseeing and he made a special request to stop by at Batu Bolong temple. (Though it was nothing like watching sunset in Senggigi beach with the backdrop of Mount Agung, but my disappointment was cured a tiny little bit)
Batu Bolong Temple is located in one corner of downhill road to Senggigi, Lombok. Contrary to Bali, Hindus aren’t the majority in Lombok so there is not many Hindu temples around. Batu Bolong Temple is one of the rare temples in Lombok for Hindus. This temple faces Mount Agung across the sea.
And as usual, I won’t write too many words and sentences, but to let the pictures describe Pura Batu Bolong in its own way. Here we go:
I guess that’s all for now. Au revoir!