LC-MS/MS-QTOF dataset of chemical compounds detected in honey samples from Bali and Lombok, Indonesia.
The predominant bee species in Indonesia, namely Apis mellifera, Apis cerana, Apis dorsata, and Trigona species (stingless bee), are known for their high honey production throughout the country. Indonesia, particularly in regions like Bali and Lombok, is renowned for its rich biodiversity, providing abundant opportunities for these bee species to forage for nectar. This abundance of diverse plant species contributes to the high-quality honey they produce. This research analyzes the chemical compositions of wild honey samples collected from Bali and Lombok. The primary objective is to identify the specific chemical compounds within honey samples obtained from distinct regions of Bali and Lombok. In this study, two honey samples were collected from different regions of Bali, while one sample was collected from Lombok.