Lembar port is a major Indonesian seaport in Lombok Island. It is located on the island's southwest coast. The port has shipping facilities and wharves (berths). Lembar port is about 21 km south of Mataram, the capital city of Nusa Tenggara Barat.

Most cruise ships to Lombok Island dock at Lembar HarborLarger-sized ships anchor in the harbour and their passengers are transported to the wharves via the ship's tender boats.

Lombok is a neighboring island of Bali. This island shares similar natural beauty of Bali, including pristine water and white sandy beaches, underwater abundance as well as rich tradion and culture

Port Information
Tourist Attractions
-8.72782 S, 116.07717 E
GMT + 8 Anchorage : Cruise, Ferry : domestic routes for Bali ports 5.000 Passengers
CLOSEST Lombok International Airport (LOP) / (33 Km)
CLOSEST Mataram (21 Km)
Siloam Hospital - Mataram (25 Km)
Harapan Keluarga Hospital (25 Km)
Regional Hospital - Mataram (25 Km)
220 V
Rupiah (IDR)

Places of Interest Around Lembar

Lombok is an island of 4,514 square kilometers in the West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, with approximately 3.3 million inhabitants. The island has a unique circular shape with a tail-like shape on its southwest part. It shares some resemblance with Bali in their cultural heritage and stunning landscapes. It is also surrounded by small islands, known as Gili.

Kuta Beach (48.3 Km)

Not to be confused with the beach in Bali, Kuta Beach is located on the south of the island. It boasts 7.2km of clear white sand and dramatic waves. This is where many of the beachside accommodations and amenities are located, although it does not get crowded or polluted.
Attractions in Kuta Beach include:

  • Relax and sunbathe under the clear sky
  • Swim in the cool blue-green water
  • Watch the waves from a nearby hill
  • See the sunset on the horizon

Pink Beach (83.3 Km)

Pink Beach is located in the further southeast of Lombok. Unlike any beach in the area, this coastline was painted with pink sand due to the microorganisms in its coral breaks. It is advised to rent a driver or take a guided tour, as the road can be quite tricky.
Attractions in Pink Beach include:

  • Swim in the clear waters
  • Frolic by the beach -
  • Watch the colorful landscape from a high rock
  • Watch the sunset

Mawun Beach (49.7 Km)

A short distance from the city downtown, Mawun Beach is a sight to behold. Its sprawling coastline contrasts the fine white sand against the turquoise sea, with tourists and beach-goers few and far between.
Attractions in Mawun Beach include:

  • Rent a sunbed and get a tan
  • Swim in the shallow end of the crystal clear water
  • Try the local foods and snacks
  • Stroll along the vast shoreline

Tanjung Aan Beach (54.9 Km)

Consisting of two bays, Tanjung Aan sits on the south of the island. The long, stretching bays are plenty of space for visitors to find a peaceful spot to sit or lie around in its fine white sand. The bays are separated by a hill that provides a stunning view overlooking the sea.
Attractions in Tanjung Aan Beach include:

  • Swim in the bay
  • Sunbathe under the warm sun
  • Try tasty local dishes
  • Purchase locally made sarongs and crafts
  • Watch the sun set behind the contours of the island


Lombok is a hidden paradise for many surfers around the world. From gentle waves that suits budding surfers to stronger currents that challenge seasoned wave-riders, Lombok has many attractive surf breaks to offer. Courses and gear rentals are available upon request. Beginner: check out Senggigi Beach (39.8 Km) and Tanjung Aan (54.9 Km), and Mawun Beach (49.7 Km). Intermediate/Advanced: check out Desert Point (54.7 Km), Ekas Beach (66.4 Km), and Mawi Bay (51.8 Km)


Kitesurfing allows its riders to glide through the waters according to the winds. The large special kite is propelled across the water and takes the riders on a unique experience on the sea. Kitesurfing is available in Kaliantan Beach (76.9 Km).


Stand tall against the rolling waves of Lombok in this exciting activity. This utilizes a surfboard supported by a paddle that the rider uses as an oar in the sea. This activity is available in Gili Trawangan Island (42.2 Km).


The pristine waters of Lombok allow visitors to discover beautiful coral gardens and rich marine life. Kit rentals are available in snorkeling spots. Some of the best snorkeling spots include Belongas Bay (33.1 Km), Senggigi Beach (39.8 Km), and Gili Meno Island (53.2 Km).

Scuba Diving

Lombok comprises many newly-discovered diving sites that remain unspoiled. Colorful sea creatures, big fish, and even hammerhead sharks inhabit its turquoise waters. Please note that this activity requires relevant certifications. Courses and gear rentals are available upon request. Some of the best diving sites include Belongas Bay (33.1 Km), Tampah Beach (52.5 Km), and Gerupuk Bay (57.1 Km).

Tetebatu Village (59.1 Km)

This village is a lovely change of pace from the coastal scene of Lombok. It sits among sprawling rice paddies and a local community that is rich with indigenous culture. Learn the traditional handicraft and purchase unique souvenirs in their market.

Tanjung Ringgit (83.5 Km)

Tanjung Ringgit is known as one of the best trekking spots in the island. It boasts stunning views overlooking the sea and Mount Rinjani in the distance. Along the way, trekkers will also come across abandoned Japanese bunkers from World War II.

Tiu Kelep Waterfall (106 Km)

Tiu Kelep is located in the Senaru village. This stunning 45-meter waterfall is tucked in the middle of a lush emerald rainforest among diverse local flora and fauna. It is also a fantastic place to swim after a long trek to the site.

Mount Rinjani (122 Km)

This active volcano is laid out with a challenging yet rewarding trek to the top. Overlooking the crater lakes, this mountain boasts a stunning view of the sunrise.
1. Badan Keamanan Laut Repblik Indonesia (BAKAMLA)

Kantor Pusat: Jl. Proklamasi No.56, RT.10/RW.2, Pegangsaan, Menteng, Jakarta 10320

2. Pusat Hidrografi dan Oceanografi TNI Angkatan Laut (PUSHIDROSAL)

Kantor Pusat: Jln. Pantai Kuta V/1 Ancol Timur, Jakarta Utara - Indonesia

Kantor Kesyahbandaran dan Otoritas Pelabuhan Kelas III Lembar

Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Lembar Nusa Tenggara Barat 83364

Phone : + 62 370 681187

We utilize cookies and third-party cookies to provide you with more relevant contents and advertising. By using this site, we are assuming that you agree with our use of cookies. You can find out more or change this setting.