Ir al contenido

Buku panduan Amora

Amora

Buku panduan Amora

Ajang kuliner
The Gili Trawangan night market is the main public dining spot on this favourite backpacker's island retreat, catering to budget travellers well with. The night market opens just before sunset, satisfying those cravings for seafood and local delights with a good variety of menu items to choose from. While many local warungs sell cheap traditional Sasak cuisine and Indonesian favourites along the main southern beach street and throughout the island, the Gili Trawangan night market is where you can enjoy a one-stop experience. Stalls here showcase fresh catches of the day alongside grilled meats, Chinese wok-fries, and Indonesian favourites such as nasi goreng fried rice and bakso meatball soup. Other stalls specialise in light bites, cakes and local desserts, such as deep-fried spring rolls and sweet potato and banana fritters, chocolate-filled pancakes, and mixed traditional salads of all sorts. Although aimed at budget travellers, it can often be touristy, so you might need to put your bargaining skills to the test.
6
personas de la zona recomiendan
Night market
6
personas de la zona recomiendan
The Gili Trawangan night market is the main public dining spot on this favourite backpacker's island retreat, catering to budget travellers well with. The night market opens just before sunset, satisfying those cravings for seafood and local delights with a good variety of menu items to choose from. While many local warungs sell cheap traditional Sasak cuisine and Indonesian favourites along the main southern beach street and throughout the island, the Gili Trawangan night market is where you can enjoy a one-stop experience. Stalls here showcase fresh catches of the day alongside grilled meats, Chinese wok-fries, and Indonesian favourites such as nasi goreng fried rice and bakso meatball soup. Other stalls specialise in light bites, cakes and local desserts, such as deep-fried spring rolls and sweet potato and banana fritters, chocolate-filled pancakes, and mixed traditional salads of all sorts. Although aimed at budget travellers, it can often be touristy, so you might need to put your bargaining skills to the test.

Consejos para los viajeros

Reserva antes de marcharte
What you need to bring and wear in Gili Trawangan
Usually, backpacker-style is the way to go. Once you jump off the boat at any of the Gilis, you’ll easily find the gorgeous white sand beaches hard to resist. Whether you decide to jump in for a dip in the blue waters, spend some time snorkelling, or decide to circumnavigate a whole Gili along sandy paths, it’s good to protect yourself from the tropical sun. Bring sunscreen, eyewear, a hat, light and cool clothing, and comfortable footwear. A smartphone with local GSM connection and GPS is optional and fun if you want to track your island hike in real-time. Don’t forget your camera!
Desplazamientos
Shopping Tips
There are many retail shops around with fixed priced goods. Then there are local stalls selling art items that can be too hard to resist for those who simply like ‘shopping adventures’. Bargain hard, but not too seriously. Some cash should be handy, as not all shops accept credit cards. A bit of humour helps in the bargaining process, and you could easily find yourself making new friends. Some of the major retail shops generally open around 10am and close quite early around 7pm. Treat all local beach peddlers and kids selling stuff on the beach with courtesy, no matter how pushy they can be.
No te lo pierdas
Don't miss heavenly underwater view
The crystal-clear waters around the Gili Islands are dotted with premier dive sites and they regularly draw divers from all around the world. The reefs and straits thrive with marine life and most sites offer wonderful visibility all year round. International dive operators dot every coastline of Gili Trawangan and Gili Air, offering charter trips and PADI-certified courses for almost every level. There are around 19 dive sites around the 3 Gilis – popular ones go by the names of Shark Point, Manta Point, Meno Wall, Bounty Wreck, and one is a bio-rock project zone that’s worth adding to your
Desplazamientos
How to Get Around Gili Trawangan
Cars and motorbikes are prohibited on the Gili’s giving each island a very peaceful atmosphere. The best way to get around and explore the islands is by bike. You can rent a bike and take a ride and look at the spectacular views of the tropical landscape. A horse-drawn carriage or cidomo is another popular way to get around for both locals and visitors. A tour around Gili Terawangan in a cidomo taking around half an hour. When you want to stretch your legs there’s nothing quite like taking a leisurely stroll around the island.