In the dry season, there is an interesting variety of boats moored in the bay. The town of Senggigi spreads out along nearly 10 km of coastal road. This road continues north to Bangsal, the port for the Gili Islands.
Swimming off the beach is safe. You can also do some canoeing here in Senggigi. Visit Pura Batu Bolong on a rocky point south of Senggigi. There's good snorkeling off the point and in the sheltered bay around the headland.
Simply walk around Senggigi Beach to develop that sand leg you can depend on. Or, you can ride cidomos. Just try asking for it.
There are few alternatives to get Senggigi Beach, coming from Lembar harbour, you can go straight to Senggigi by any shuttle bus service available. Lombok taxi available on call for 24 hours of service. If you are coming by plane, there is a taxi service at the airport that will take you to your hotel destination. Public transportation or bemos are available from 06:00 am-06:30 pm (Ampenan-Senggigi, or Senggigi-Ampenan) one way. Or you can use ojek (mopeds) service that are available at night.