What is Bali?

  • (noun): An island in Indonesia east of Java; striking volcanic scenery; culture is known for elaborate dances and rituals and for handicrafts.


Bali is a province in the country of Indonesia. The island is located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country's 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island. The province covers a few small neighbouring islands as well as the isle of Bali.

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List Of Mountains In Bali - P
... Its height of 2,063 m makes it Bali's sixth-highest peak ... Gunung Prapat Agung is a small mountain on the peninsula at Bali's north-western tip ... It is part of Bali Barat National Park and is 322 meters high ...
List Of Hindu Temples In Indonesia - Bali
... Kehen Temple, southern slope of Bangli hill Makori temple, Bali Batur Temple (Ulun Danu temple), Kalanganyar Batur village, Kintamani Watukaru Temple, Wangaya Gede village, Tabanan Pucak Penulisan ...
List Of Mountains In Bali - B
... Gunung Batukaru, sometimes spelled Batukau, is Bali's second-highest mountain at 2,276 m ... Batukaru has a large crater, the largest on Bali, but this crater is open at the southern end, allowing the river Mawa to escape ... Batur is a small stratovolcano in north-central Bali ...
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2006 Anandalok Awards Best Film Subho Dristi Etv Bangla Film Awards Best Film Refugee 2005 Bali International Film Festival 2nd Best Film Chokher Bali 2004 National ...
List Of Bodies Of Water In Bali - S
... westerly direction, then in a curve northward to empty into the Bali Sea near Seririt ... In terms of drainage, the Saba is one of Bali's largest rivers and is the largest that empties along the north coast ... The Saba creates a large valley that allows easy access over Bali's mountain chain along one of the north-south roads ...

Famous quotes containing the word bali:

    A restaurant with candles and flowers evokes more reveries than the Isle of Bali does.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)