You can see Bali in Lombok, but not Lombok in Bali’ –this is a saying you can often hear from people in Lombok. Lombok’s population is majority Muslim with an estimated 10 – 15% Balinese minority. Balinese settlements on Lombok date back centuries, from when the neighbouring Balinese took control of western Lombok in the early seventeenth century. Balinese communities and temples are found around the west coast and the cities: Mataram and Cakranegara. This full day tour takes in the best historical sights of the former Balinese Kingdom on Lombok. We begin by travelling to Taman Narmada, the summer palace of a former Balinese King of Lombok, built in 1727, and from here we proceed to Suranadi to see a complex of three temples. Pura Suranadi is the oldest and holiest of the Balinese temples in Lombok. Just a short distance away is Pura Lingsar, which is possibly one of the only places in the world where Hindus and Moslems come together to pray and celebrate; it is one of the three temples built by the Balinese Prince Anak Agung, in 1714. On our return to your hotel, we visit Pura Batu Bolong, a Balinese Hindu temple built on an outcrop of black volcanic rock, facing Bali across the Lombok strait.