Geography of Bali

Geography of Bali



Bali is an Indonesian archipelago. It is separated from Java, a fellow Indonesian island by the Bali Strait. Mount Agung is the highest mountain peak in Bali. It is an active volcano. It is said that this Volcano can have a massive volcanic eruption in the next 100 years. The presence of the volcanic sand makes the land of Bali extremely fertile for the cultivation of Rice, Coffee, and other vegetable.

Bali is the administrative head of the islands like Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan which are separated from Bali by the Badung Strait. The average temperature throughout the year in Bali is around 30° C and it remains fairly humid. Moreover, Bali is gifted with a varied flora and fauna. 

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