Lombok is an island in West Nusa Tenggara area, Indonesia. It structures some portion of the chain of the Lesser Sunda Islands, with the Lombok Strait isolating it from Bali toward the west and the Alas Strait among it and Sumbawa toward the east.
It is generally round, with a “tail” (Sekotong Peninsula) toward the southwest, around 70 kilometers (43 miles) crosswise over and an absolute zone of around 4,514 square kilometers (1,743 square miles).
The commonplace capital and biggest city on the island is Mataram.
Area of Lombok
- Geology Area : Southeast Asia
- Directions : 8.565°S 116.351°E
- Archipelago : Lesser Sunda Islands
- Territory : 4,514.11 km2 (1,742.91 sq mi)
- Most noteworthy rise : 3,726 m (12,224 ft)
- Most noteworthy point : Rinjani
- Country : Indonesia
- Province : West Nusa Tenggara
- Biggest settlement : Mataram (population 420,941)
- Population : 3,311,044 (2014)
- Population thickness : 733.5/km2 (1,899.8/sq mi)
- Ethnic gatherings : Sasak, Balinese, Mbojo, Tionghoa-peranakan, Sumbawa individuals, Flores individuals, Arab Indonesian
Lombok is to some degree comparative in size and thickness, and offers some social legacy with the neighboring island of Bali toward the west.
Be that as it may, it is officially part of West Nusa Tenggara, alongside the bigger and all the more inadequately populated island of Sumbawa toward the east.
Lombok is encompassed by various littler islands privately called Gili.
The island is home to some 3.35 million Indonesians as recorded