Lombok, Indonesia is a 1,743-square-mile island paradise to the east of Bali known for its white sand beaches, breathtaking surf, volcanic hikes, and jungles teeming with wild monkeys. The serene Kiyakabin Resort Cabins rest on a peaceful bay on the south-west portion of the island.
The beachfront resort was designed and built in 2017 as a modern yet low-energy building influenced by deep-rooted Indonesian culture promoting a strong connection to vernacular living. Each of the four air-conditioned black and golde teak cabins is arranged on the property to offer visitors a feeling of community and unique views of the beach or central swimming pool. An idyllic artisan living space for globe-trotters who appreciate art and design, Kiyakabin offers rest and relaxation for weary travelers looking to trade their connection to modern life for a restful escape and a simpler existence. Visitors can enjoy the on-site restaurant with room service or spend their afternoons exploring the area’s endless island-hopping opportunities.
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