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Bali Volcanoes
by: Dina Indrasafitri

Bali, often referred to as the ‘paradise island' or ‘island of the gods' is probably the most well known of all the Islands in Indonesia . Most of the people are aware of the charming island with its colorful traditions and friendly people. Two volcanoes dominate the island of Bali , the Agung volcano and the Batur volcano

  • The Agung Volcano
    The Agung volcano dominates the island's eastern part with a towering height of 3,142 meters. The volcano is still active to this day. Since Bali is the most renowned area as a tourist attraction in Indonesia . Click here to know more about the Agung Volcano

  • Batur Volcano
    The Batur volcano is another active volcano which is also a tourist attraction. The volcano is located inside a 12 km wide and 450 m deep prehistoric caldera, beside a crescent-shaped lake. Altogether, the volcano, caldera and lake add up to an impressive sight. Click here to know more about the Batur Volcano

About The Author

Dina Indrasafitri, Travel Writer

Dina writes for Streetdirectory Indonesia. Robert J Steiner manages Streetdirectory.co.id & FlowerAdvisor.co.id for online Flowers & Gifts in Indonesia.

After working in Medan for several months and giving a shot at different jobs she finds that her love for writing, food, interior design and her hometown Jakarta had lead her to become a writer at Streetdirectory.com. Dina currently writes on Restaurant and Hotel Reviews in Jakarta.

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