Gili Trawangan, the largest and most popular of the Gili triplets off coast of Lombok Island in West Nusa Tenggara, has become a ghost island following last weekend's deadly earthquake.
Well-established facilities such as clubs, bakeries, shops, villas, pools and gardens, have been abandoned since the evacuation of all tourists and most of the island's residents.
The Jakarta Globe visited the island, which is a 30-minute boat ride from Teluk Nare Port in North Lombok district, on Thursday (09/08).
Residents preparing to launch a boat to evacuate the island on Thursday. (JG Photo/Yudha Baskoro)
A part of Gili Trawangan that usually bustles with tourists is now completely deserted. (JG Photo/Yudha Baskoro)
One of many buildings that were damaged in the magnitude-7 earthquake. (JG Photo/Yudha Baskoro)
Broken roof tiles are seen scattered in a courtyard at a guesthouse on Gili Trawangan. At least 131 people have died, 236 were injured and more than 84,000 were left homeless by the disaster, the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) said. (JG Photo/Yudha Baskoro)
All tourists have been evacuated from the island after the earthquake. (JG Photo/Yudha Baskoro)
Horses being evacuated from Gili Trawangan on Thursday. (JG Photo/Yudha Baskoro)
Rental bicycles seen abandoned on the beach. (JG Photo/Yudha Baskoro)
A dock on Gili Trawangan that collapsed during the earthquake. (JG Photo/Yudha Baskoro)