Sumbawa Besar is a town with 56,337 inhabitants at the 2010 Census on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa. It is the administrative capital of the Sumbawa Regency within the province of West Nusa Tenggara.
Restaurants in Sumbawa Besar
3.5 based on 6 reviews
As you leave the city, the countryside opens up and huge open spaces create a lovely contrast to the busy towns. A lake stretches through the Valleys and is held together by the dams. Fishing huts sit delicately on the lake and herds of cows move slowly around the edge, grazing at the arid land where possible. It is peaceful, we did not see any other people during our visit here!
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3.5 based on 3 reviews
A very quiet beach 15 minutes drive from town. The beach is at the front of the Kencana Hotel and is visited by the locals on the weekend. Has a great atmosphere. Food and drink is available from hotel and good prices. The beach is the best to walk along as it has a lot of coral that you have to walk along. As usual with most Beaches in Indonesia there is a lot of rubbish on it. However it is good to snorkel and swim at as it is very calm
5 based on 1 reviews
What we offer is a whole new world of Indonesian tourism, a place that had been overlooked, even not yet become leading destinations in Indonesia tourism. Starting your journey in Sumbawa is an adventure to a new things, new places, full of sensations and new knowledge We set up some patterned travel packages , providing the opportunity to experience all the natural beauty that is in Sumbawa.
Don´t skip Sumbawa in your trip to Indonesia! The island has so much to offer. We really enjoy the tour we did with Takwa and his people. It was a great way to discover the culture, history and nature of this beautiful island. The tour was very flexible, completely adaptable to our interests and needs.
4 based on 24 reviews
So it's definately a surf camp but very friendly locals, speaking more English than most bits of Indonesia.
We have two kids aged 3 and 7.
Stayed at Amangati in one of their houses- book it direct through hotel not agent and for $100AUD per day including breakfast we had a small cottage, fridge. No kitchen but the manager( lovely lady from Bali said I could use kitchen anytime to cook for kids) that's coz we usually bring fave Ozzie breakfast cereals, bit of instant mash and couscous in case kids get sick of indo food. Pool at Amangati fine for kids, some other guests seemed to complain that it got extra chlorine and therefore closed a few hours after busy with locals on weekends.
Best restaurant was Tutis, recently opened, kids begged to return for the food. Amangati restaurant useful as they served anything off the menu in restaurant as room service to our lounge room( awesome to sit in your own place if kids have been out all day and want aircon and not fit for restaurant for dinner ) some waves to suit little people learning to surf as well.
Lots of waves for Dad, very relaxing for Mum. Definately a winner family holiday if you can make you own fun beyond Surfing.
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