Sasak Traditional Tour
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Sasak Traditional Tour

The Sasak people are an ethnic group inhabiting the island of Lombok and speaking the Sasak language. The majority of the Sasak people practice Islam. However, it is unique that a small portion of the Sasak community follows a slightly different form of Islam called “Islam Wetu Telu.” This practice is only observed by around 1% of the population. There are also a few Sasak individuals who adhere to pre-Islamic beliefs known as “Sasak Boda.”

The term “Sasak” is derived from the word “sak sak,” which means one by one. The word “sak” is also used by some Dayak tribes on the island of Kalimantan to mean one. The Sasak people are renowned for their skill in creating woven fabrics. In the past, every woman would be considered mature and ready for marriage once she mastered the art of weaving. Weaving, in the Sasak language, is called “Sèsèk.”

Half-Day Tour Itinerary:

– Visit Narmada Summer Palace.
– Lingsar, a unique temple.
– Mataram, Cakranegara, Ampenan City & Islamic Center.
– Lunch at a local restaurant.

Full-Day Tour Itinerary:

– Visit Banyumulek Village, a village known for its pottery craftsmanship in Lombok.
– Visit Sukarara Village, one of the traditional handwoven fabric craft villages in Lombok.
– Visit Sade or Rambitan Village, traditional Sasak villages in Lombok.
– Visit Kuta Beach Lombok, one of the iconic beaches on the island of Lombok, and Tanjung Aan Beach, which is located near Kuta Beach.
– Lunch at a local restaurant.


– Transportation
– Fuel
– Driver
– Lunch
– Dinner
– Drinks
– Tissues
– Entrance tickets to attractions


– Personal expenses
– Donations
– Personal shopping
– Insurance
– Guide fee

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