Lombok is home to many quaint villages still practising traditional weaving techniques and historical dances. The Sasak people make up the majority of locals, and you can visit the Sasak Villages to gain further insight around Lombok's indigenous culture. Throughout Lombok, there are a variety of sights and landmarks to explore. In Sembalun Village, encounter lush scenery and agriculture first hand. Have the opportunity to harvest spices or learn about daily life as a local. In Sade and Sukarara Villages, you will see the locals in their homes weaving. Also in Sukarara, you will gain further insight around Songket, which is a weaving style that the village specialises in. Lombok is also home to sacred temples including Batu Bolong Temple and Lingsar Temple. With Batu Bolong Temple considered to be the country's most scenic temple set over the water. Spend some time exploring the intricate villages or grand temples throughout Lombok for insight on local culture and daily life.