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With a reputation as being one of the most beautiful and diverse spots in Asia, Bali attracts almost 1,000,000 visitor a year, from all around the world.
Geographically, Bali lies between the island of Java and Lombok and is one of more than 18,00 islands that makes up the Indonesian Archipelago.bali is small,stretching approximately 140 km from east to west and 80 km from north to south.Slightly off center, and runningeast to west, are a string of volcanic mountains. The tallest is Gunung Agung, which last erupted in 1963, and is 3,142 m. at its highest point.

Lying just 8* south of the Equator, Bali boasts a tropical climate with just two seasons, wet and dry, a year and an everage annual temperature of around 28* C.the rich volcanic soil and healthy monsoon season make this island extremely fertile and a range of crops are grown here. The wide and gently sloping southn regions play host to Bali’s famed rice terraces, among some of the most spectacular in the world. In the hilly, northern coastal regions, the main produce is coffe, copra, spices, vegetables, cattl and rice.The Balinese people have strong spiritual roots and despite the large influx of tourist over the years, their culture is still very much alive. The main religion is Agama Hindu Dharma, which arrived in bali with the spread of Hinduism Through Sumatra and Java during The 11th century. Althought originally from India, the Balinese religion is a unique blen of Hindu, buddist, Javanese and ancient indigenous beliefs, with custom that are very different from the traditional form of Hinduism practiced in India today. With the arrival of Islam in neighbouring Java during the 15th century, a large number of courtiers, artists, musicians,and craftsmen fled to Bali, creating an artistic renaissance.

Naturally creative, the Balinese have traditionally used their talens for religious purpose and most of the beautiful work to be seen here, has been inspiredby stories from the Ramayana and other hindu epics. The incredibly colourful cremation pyres and the everyday offerings to the gods, placed inside every shop and business, are made with an eye for detail and beauty.
The majority of Bali’s 3,000,000 people live, for most part, in tight village communities with large extended families.The largest towns are the capital Denpasar, population approximately 250,000, and Singaraja in the north . The main tourist area is Kuta, situated near the airport. This small sleepy village become a major attraction during the tourist boom of the 70’s,because of its famed white-sand beaches, the surf and stunning sunsets.

Today, kuta is amajor hustling resort town, with hundreds of hotel,bars,restaurants and shops.Those in search of a little peace and quite tend to head for the more sedate resorts of Sanur and Candi Dasa, on the east coast, or Lovina in the north . Nusa Dua an other tourist enclave on the southern most peninsula of the island, caters for the more upmarket crowd and is home to almost all of the bigger 5-star hotels.The central village of Ubud, in the hilly region of Gianyar, has also blossomed as a tourist attraction and is now considered to be the artistic and cultural center of Bali Culture.


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