West Lombok Regency


1.054 Km
721,000 Million (2020)
659 people per sq Km (2019)
Min. Wage Rate:
IDR 2.184.425 (2020)
H Fauzan Khalid, S.Ag, M.Si
Capital City:
10 Districs and 122 Villages

West Lombok Regency (2023)
  • Total Investment
  • IDR. 180.007.634.587
  • Domestic Investment:
    IDR. 97.174.366.277
    Foreign Investment:
    IDR. 82.833.268.310


Geographical location

West Lombok Regency is one of 10 (ten) Regencies / Cities in West Nusa Tenggara Province. Administratively, West Lombok Regency is divided into 10 Districts, namely: Sekotong District, Sheet District, Gerung District, Labuapi District, Kediri District, Kuripan District, Narmada District, Lingsar District, Gunungsari District and Batulayar District. Gerung District is the capital of the Regency as well as the center of Government, which has an area of ​​+ 62.30 Km2. The existence of West Lombok Regency is located between 1150,46'- 1160.20 'East Longitude, and 80.25' to 80.55 'South Latitude, with the following boundaries:

ü  West side: Lombok Strait and Mataram City

ü  East side: Central Lombok Regency

ü  South side: Indian Ocean

ü  North side: North Lombok Regency

Based on its geographical situation, West Lombok Regency is divided into:

1.     Mountain area Namely a mountain range stretching from Lingsar District to Narmada District. This mountain range is a source of river water that flows into the central region and empties into the west coast.

2.     The hilly area Which is located in the southern part, includes Sekotong and Lembar District in the south.

3.     The Plains area Which is located in the middle that stretches from the border of the eastern end to the west end.


The slope of the land (slope) is the difference in height from two different places which is expressed in percent, meaning that several meters are different in height from two different places, which is expressed as a distance of 100 meters having a height difference of 2 meters. The slope or slope of the land is a factor that really needs to be considered in all development activities, especially physical development, this is because the slope or slope of the land is very influential on soil surface erosion, the longer and the greater the slope of the land, the faster the surface flow and carrying capacity of the land. the flow.

The level of slope of land in West Lombok Regency varies widely and is classified into 4 (four) slope classes with the following details: the slope level of 0-2 is the largest slope level reaching around 31,841 ha or 37.33% of the area of ​​West Lombok Regency, then followed by a slope rate of 15-40% covering 25,920 ha or 30.39% of the area of ​​West Lombok Regency, a slope rate of> 40% covering an area of ​​16,883 ha or 19.79% of the area of ​​West Lombok Regency and finally a slope rate of 2-15% covering an area of 10,657 ha or 12.49% of the total area of ​​West Lombok Regency.

Based on the area of ​​West Lombok Regency, the area which is at an altitude of 0-100 meters above sea level covers an area of ​​34,800 ha or 40.80% of the area of ​​West Lombok Regency, an altitude of 100-500 meters covers an area of ​​40,966 ha or 48 , 03% of the total area of ​​West Lombok Regency, an altitude of 500-1000 meters with an area of ​​8,650 ha or 10.14% of the area of ​​West Lombok Regency, and an altitude> 1000 meters covering 885 ha or 1.04% of the area of ​​West Lombok Regency .



West Lombok Regency is an area with a tropical climate, with two seasons, namely the dry season which lasts from April to August, and the rainy season between September and March with the average temperature in 2010 ranging from 23.91 0C to 31 , 94 0C and the maximum temperature occurs in April with a temperature of 32.90 0C and a minimum temperature of 22.80 0C occurs in July. Humidity ranges from 82%, maximum humidity occurs in May at 85% while minimum humidity occurs in August at 79%.

The state of rainfall in 2010 an average of 220 mm with the highest rainfall occurred in September at 489 mm and the lowest rainfall was in March which was 77 mm. Meanwhile, the average rainy day in 2010 was 18 days, with the highest rainy day occurring in December with 25 days and the lowest rainy day occurring in April, which was 11 days. The duration of solar radiation that occurred during 2010 was 68% on average, the maximum length of sunshine occurred in August by 81% and the minimum duration of sun exposure occurred in December by 33%.

The average wind speed that occurs during 2010 is 7 knots, the maximum speed occurs in January, February, March, April, July, November and December, which is 7 knots, while the minimum speed occurs in May, June, August, September. and October, which is 6 knots. The average wind direction that occurs in 2010 is 230 degrees, the maximum wind direction occurs in January at 280 degrees, while the minimum wind direction occurs in August, which is 90 degrees Air pressure is characterized by two seasons, namely the dry season and the rainy season. The average air pressure is 1,009.54 mbs with the maximum air pressure occurring in July of 1,011.40 mbs while the minimum air pressure occurring in December is 1,006.50 mbs.



Regional income is one of the economic indicators which is very useful for evaluating the economic development that has been implemented or in other words, regional income is a measurement of the added value arising from various economic activities of a region. Gross Regional Domestic Product is the added value of all goods and services as a result of economic activity in the domestic region regardless of ownership factors, whether the production factor originates or is owned by residents of the area or not. The economic structure of West Lombok Regency is dominated by the agricultural sector, followed by the Hotel and Restaurant Trade sector, and the Services sector.