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Jungle Hotel

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0.6km from city centre - Show on Map
7.7
Very good 3
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Jungle Hotel is feature with free wifi.... More...

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Villa PhyPhy 3

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0.5km from city centre - Show on Map
9.7
Superb 9
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

This 5 bedrooms accommodation rented by bedroom. and all the bedrooms are overlooking the swimming pool with lounge chair, facilities : AC, Hot Water, Free breakfast, Wifi, safe deposit box... More...

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Alfia Gili Kita Bungalow

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0.6km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 3
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Alfia Gili Kita Bungalow is just 4 minutes from the port of Gili Trawangan and is just 2 minutes walk to the beach Gili Trawangan.... More...

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Good For Ya Knee 2

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 33
Free WiFi

Only 10 minute walk to the beach our beautifully painted individual themed private rooms are with either fan or AC. We offer twin or double private rooms with private bathrooms.... More...

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Gili Nyepi

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0.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 75
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Gili Nyepi resort is a small family-run resort (Indonesian& Dutch) with 4 private bungalows with private terrace,set in a tranquil lush green garden.... More...

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Lievera Bungalow

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0.6km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
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Free WiFi

Lievera bungalow located in Gili Trawangan, this accommodation offer a wooden building with garden view.... More...

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Gili Sapontanoya

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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Gili Sapontanoya is located in Gili Trawangan, 700 m from Sunset Point. The bed and breakfast has a sun terrace and views of the garden.... More...

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Villa Phyphy

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
0
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Introducing VILLA PHYPHY, Gili Trawangan. Brand new! 5 Quaint, nouveau style rooms, 10 meters swimming pool, central location,... More...

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Giyat Kodong Homestay

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0.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 2
Free WiFi

Giyat Kodong Homestay is cozy homestay that consists out of 6 private rooms.... More...

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The largest of three sister islands, Gili Trawangan in Indonesia is hot on the backpacker circuit. It's the very picture of paradise: vibrant tropical forests are circled by white beaches and vivid turquoise water. There are diving schools, or you can hire snorkelling gear and hop on a boat to explore the surrounding coral reefs. In the evening, the island comes alive with all-night beach parties, earning its reputation as the most lively Gili sister.

Gili Trawangan hostels range from buzzing social hubs to quiet garden homestays, but they all have one thing in common – they're in easy walking distance to the beach. Stay in an elevated bungalow made from wood and bamboo for a traditional experience, or pick a Gili Trawangan hostel with a large outdoor terrace for meeting other travellers. In the morning, you could enjoy a free breakfast overlooking a colourful wildflower garden before organising a rental bike through the front desk.

While Gili Trawangan is small – it takes roughly two hours to walk around – it still has distinct areas. Along the east coastline is the main strip with its bustling markets, international restaurants and diving centres. Head here to try scrumptious Indonesian dishes like sate padang (marinated meat skewers) at a beachside café. The island's western side is quieter and hosts high-end resorts. For a great view of the sunset, walk to the southwestern point.

There's plenty to see and do in Gili Trawangan, both on land and underwater. Don a snorkelling mask and wade into the crystal-clear Bali Sea to catch a glimpse of tropical fish, or dive deep to see why this area is called the turtle capital of the world. When the sun goes down, the eastern strip turns into the Trawangan night market, famous for smoky, peanut sauce-covered meats and seafood. This is also where the island holds its beach parties with live DJ sets and the occasional fire dancer.

As there's no airport on the island, getting to Gili Trawangan means hopping on a boat from Bali or Lombok. If you're coming from Bali, catch a ferry across from Serangan Harbour or Sanur Beach. From Lombok, you can get a boat at Teluk Nare, Teluk Kodek or Bangsal. Once you reach dry land on Gili Trawangan's eastern shore, you'll need to hail a Cidomo (horse and cart) to get to your accommodation. There are no motor vehicles on the island, so most visitors use bicycles to get around the sandy, palm-lined paths.

We have 39 hostels in Gili Trawangan with an average rating of 8.8 based on 4,938 reviews 39 of 39 properties available in Gili Trawangan

About Gili Trawangan

The largest of three sister islands, Gili Trawangan in Indonesia is hot on the backpacker circuit. It's the very picture of paradise: vibrant tropical forests are circled by white beaches and vivid turquoise water. There are diving schools, or you can hire snorkelling gear and hop on a boat to explore the surrounding coral reefs. In the evening, the island comes alive with all-night beach parties, earning its reputation as the most lively Gili sister.

Gili Trawangan hostels range from buzzing social hubs to quiet garden homestays, but they all have one thing in common – they're in easy walking distance to the beach. Stay in an elevated bungalow made from wood and bamboo for a traditional experience, or pick a Gili Trawangan hostel with a large outdoor terrace for meeting other travellers. In the morning, you could enjoy a free breakfast overlooking a colourful wildflower garden before organising a rental bike through the front desk.

While Gili Trawangan is small – it takes roughly two hours to walk around – it still has distinct areas. Along the east coastline is the main strip with its bustling markets, international restaurants and diving centres. Head here to try scrumptious Indonesian dishes like sate padang (marinated meat skewers) at a beachside café. The island's western side is quieter and hosts high-end resorts. For a great view of the sunset, walk to the southwestern point.

There's plenty to see and do in Gili Trawangan, both on land and underwater. Don a snorkelling mask and wade into the crystal-clear Bali Sea to catch a glimpse of tropical fish, or dive deep to see why this area is called the turtle capital of the world. When the sun goes down, the eastern strip turns into the Trawangan night market, famous for smoky, peanut sauce-covered meats and seafood. This is also where the island holds its beach parties with live DJ sets and the occasional fire dancer.

As there's no airport on the island, getting to Gili Trawangan means hopping on a boat from Bali or Lombok. If you're coming from Bali, catch a ferry across from Serangan Harbour or Sanur Beach. From Lombok, you can get a boat at Teluk Nare, Teluk Kodek or Bangsal. Once you reach dry land on Gili Trawangan's eastern shore, you'll need to hail a Cidomo (horse and cart) to get to your accommodation. There are no motor vehicles on the island, so most visitors use bicycles to get around the sandy, palm-lined paths.