Lombok Express is the newest fast boat transfer from Lombok to Gili Islands (covering Gili Air and Gili Trawangan) and Bali. The fast boat is managed by PT Senggigi Anugerah Jaya Perkasa and operated since 18 March 2015. Lombok Express departed from Teluk Nara in the early morning, continues to Gili Air, Gili Trawangan, and straight to Bali, landing at Padangbai harbor. Lombok Express is a middle-class fast boat that can accommodate 80 passengers, supported by elegant seats, friendly crews, and licensed boat captains. The permitted luggage weight per person is approximately 25 kilograms. The ticket also includes Air Conditioned hotel transfer to/ from Padang Bai harbor – Kuta, Jimbaran, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Seminyak, Legian, Denpasar, and Airport
Lombok Express is a specialist boat transfer from Lombok to Gili Islands, Gili Air, and Gili Trawangan are the main destinations before crossing to Bali. This is one of the alternatives for the guest who has a connecting flight in the evening from Bali. If you need a fast and safe sea transfer from Lombok to Gili Islands, we recommend Lombok Express as the first choice. Teluk Nara (Lombok) becomes the starting point of the Lombok Express because Teluk Nara is located close to the main tourist destinations (Senggigi and Gili Islands). Teluk Nara also offers beautiful views with a quiet atmosphere, free from traffic jumps. It can make the client more relaxed before doing half hour transfer to Bali.
Afternoon Boat From Bali to Lombok
Lombok Express offers afternoon boat transfers from Bali to Lombok, Gili Air, and Gili Trawangan. The boat departs at 12.30 pm from Padangbai harbor direct to Lombok and then continues to Gili Island. This daily schedule becomes an alternative for people who want to visit Lombok but don’t want to use the early boat transfer. Padang Bai is the preferred departure point for those in Ubud or southeast Bali. It takes a 90-minute drive to reach Kuta, but the journey from Padang Bai to Lombok takes one hour. Those who do not wish to spend as much time in a boat will have to trade the longer journey by road for a shorter journey by sea.