About 2 km Not far from Senggigi, Villa Hantu sounds like Ghost villa in English, this villa property belonged to an Australian citizen whose construction was stopped because it collided with a building permit.
It was been abandon for years and the construction won’t continue anymore, Our tour guide M said that this villa attracted those youngsters making love with their partners when the day becomes dark . when some young lady get pregnant without gets married and without get to know by their parents, there will throw their babies with womb from this villa.
Finding This Villa Hantu is not too difficult because it is located beside of the main road. Precisely in the majors Senggigi, Lombok Utara. If from Gili Trawangan to Senggigi then it was located on the right of the road. Villa Hantu is built on a cliff or hill with views directly out to sea.
In the vicinity of Villa existing stalls, where we can buy snacks and drinks while waiting Sunset arrive. The parking lot is certainly there. there also ladder made from bamboo, as can hike up if you want to get to the roof of the Villa.
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