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Bali Geographical
by: Celestine

On the western side of Bali, separated by the Bali Strait, is the Province of East Java and on the eastern side is the island of Lombok, across the Lombok Strait.

  • Inhabitants
    The island of Bali covers an area of 5,632.86 square kilometers with a population of 3,156.392. This averages to 517 inhabitants per km2.

  • Districts
    Administratively, the Province of Bali is divided into 9 districts (8 regencies and 1 municipality), 51 sub districts, 565 villages, and 79 local political districts.

  • Latitude
    Geographically, the Province of Bali is situated 80-30’-40" to 80-50’-48" south of the Latitude and 1140-25’-53" to 1150-42’-40" east longitude.

  • Religion
    More than 80% of the population are Hindu in culture, and so don’t be surprised if you will see many festivals, ceremonies and other religious activities during your visit here.

  • Population
    Bali has a population of 3,156,392 people. Population growth during the last decade is 1.19 % p.a. and is expected to be 0.96 % for the next five years. In 2001, population growth is projected to be 0.94 % and population to be more than 3,276 millions.

  • Islands
    The Province of Bali comprise of several islands. Those islands are Bali (the largest of the group) and the smaller islands of Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Lembongan, and Serangan Island, as well as Menjangan Island.

  • Mountains
    The relief and topography of Bali has as its main feature a mountain range that transverses the island from West to East. Among those mountains are two of significant sizes: the volcanoes of Gunung Agung (3.140 m) and Gunung Batur (1.717 m).

  • Lakes
    There are four lakes: Lake Beratan (375,6 Ha), Lake Buyan (336 Ha), Lake Tamblingan (11 Ha) and Lake Batur (1.607,5). Rivers, which have as their source these lakes as well as forests, flow to the southern side of the island. Such rivers are; the River Unda, Petanu River, River Ayung, Pulukan River, Loloan River and many others.

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