Officials said the death toll from Sunday's natural disaster, which was centred on the northern part of Lombok, but was also felt on the resort island of Bali to the west, stood at 16.
More than 600 stranded hikers have been successfully rescued from Mount Rinjani on Indonesia's Lombok Island, two days after a powerful 6.4 magnitude quake struck the popular tourist destination.
The quake was followed by series of aftershocks, which blocked the hiking routes that crisscross the mountain.
The toll of the quake, which killed 16 people and left hundreds of others homeless, is still being counted across the rest of the popular tourist spot.
The 6.4-magnitude quake in Lombok, which was adjacent to Bali, has killed 17 people, including the Malaysian female tourist and a domestic tourist, Indonesia's national Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) said.
Around 16 people were killed as well as a 30-year-old Malaysian woman who died on the mountain.
The Lombok quake struck at 6:47 a.m. (2247 GMT on Saturday) at a shallow depth of 4.35 miles (7 km) that amplified its effect.
Anci, a villager from near the quake epicenter, said he and his family spent the night in a makeshift tent, anxious that aftershocks could cause more buildings to collapse.
A Malaysian was among the dead, with another six citizens injured, the foreign ministry in Kuala Lumpur said.
Indonesia is prone to earthquakes due to its location on the Ring of Fire, an arc of volcanoes and fault lines encircling the Pacific Ocean.
In 2004, a tsunami caused by an natural disaster of magnitude 9.3 on the Richter scale, left 220,000 dead in several countries of the Indian Ocean, of which 168,000 were Indonesians.