The Oberoi, Lombok is an idyllic garden resort on Medana Beach, located on the island of Lombok, in Nusa Tenggara Barat an Eastern province of Indonesia.
THE OBEROI, LOMBOK
The Oberoi Medana beach, Tanjung, North Lombok 83352, N.T.B, Indonesia
+62 370 6138 444, +91-11-23890606
(Along the Coastal Road)
Through the Monkey Forest)
Located just south of the equator, Lombok enjoys a humid, tropical climate all year round. It has two distinctive seasons: dry (April to August) and rainy (September to March).
|Seasons of year||Season time||Maximum temperature||Minimum temperature||Rainfall|
|Summer||May to August||88°F (31°C)||75°F (24°C)||Nil|
|Monsoon||November||86°F (30°C)||73°F (23°C)||216 mm|
International visitors from the UK, most European countries, most Asian countries, the USA, Australia and New Zealand are given a visa free of charge upon entry, for tourism purposes for up to 30 days. If you wish to stay in Indonesia for longer than 30 days, you can purchase a Visa on Arrival that is valid for 30 days at a cost of USD 35 per person and it is extendable for a further 30 days.
Passports must be valid for at least six months from the date of departure from Indonesia and visitors must have a return or onward ticket. Upon arrival, visitors may also be asked to produce hotel reservation papers and proof of finance.
The unit of Indonesian currency is Rupiah. Visit for up to date information on Current Exchange Rates.
We would be happy to help with foreign currency exchange at the resort. Please ask the concierge upon arrival.
There are plenty of international ATMs in the island and International. International credit cards are also widely accepted.
If you are travelling to Lombok during the dry season, we recommend you wear loose clothing made from natural fabrics that will be comfortable in the humidity. During the rainy season, you may wish to prepare for the likelihood of getting caught in a downpour.
English is widely spoken across Indonesia. Staff at the airport, hotels, restaurants and shops will most often be fluent in English.
Bahasa Indonesia is the official and most widely spoken native language in Indonesia.
Visitors are permitted to carry bank notes of any currency with a value of less than IDR 100,000,000 (one hundred million Indonesian rupiah) into Indonesia. Values exceeding this must be declared to customs and may be subject to import duty.
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Visitors are allowed to carry cameras, video cameras, radio cassettes, binoculars, laptops or mobile phones, provided they:
Customs duty is leviable at variable rates, up to 40%, upon the value of dutiable goods in excess of allowances.