Getting to know the island of Bali

Thursday, 24 December 2015

Bali Island is part of the Lesser Sunda Islands along the 153 km and 112 km wide approximately 3.2 km from the island of Java. Astronomically, Bali is located at 8 ° 25'23? South latitude and 115 ° 14'55? East Longitude tropical climate that makes it like the rest of Indonesia.

Mount Agung is the highest point in Bali as high as 3,148 m. The volcano last erupted in March 1963. Mount Batur is also one of the mountain in Bali. About 30,000 years ago, Mount Batur erupted and produced a terrible disaster on earth. Unlike in the north, the southern part of Bali is irrigated lowland rivers.

Based on the relief and topography, in the middle of the island of Bali stretches mountains stretching from west to east and in the mountains there is a cluster of volcanoes is Mount Batur and Mount Agung and Mount were not volcanoes, namely mount merbuk, Mount Patas and Mount Seraya. The existence of these mountains cause by Geographic Region Bali is divided into 2 (two) unequal parts namely North Bali with a narrow lowland and less sloping and the lowlands of South Bali and ramps wide. Slope Bali island consists of flat land (0-2%) covering an area of ​​122 652 ha, land corrugated (2-15%) covering an area of ​​118 339 ha, steep land (15-40%) and a land area of ​​190 486 ha of very steep (> 40%) covering an area of ​​132 189 ha. Province of Bali has 4 (four) lakes are located in mountainous areas, the lake or the Bedugul Bratan, Buyan, Tamblingan and Batur. Bali beautiful nature makes the island sold as a tourist area.

The capital of Bali is Denpasar. Places Ubud Other important as the art center and resort located in Gianyar regency, while Kuta, Sanur, Seminyak, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua are some places that a tourist destination, both tourist and beach resorts, spas etc.

The total area of ​​Bali Province is 5636.66 km2 or 0.29% of total area of ​​the Republic of Indonesia. Bali Province is administratively divided into 9 districts / cities, 55 districts and 701 villages / wards.

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