Thursday, November 30, 2017

The impact of the volcano in Bali when it erupted, 43,358 people had to evacuate

The volcano in Bali erupted then residents nearby should evacuate.


The volcano Mount Agung erupted November 2017.
The upgrading of the gravity status at Mount Agung to date has reached its highest level, Level IV. The Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation has mapped the dangerous area within a radius of 8-10 Kilometers since 27 November 2017, leaving residents living in and around the mountain to evacuate. According to data from the Operations Control Center, Bali Disaster Management Agency (Pusdalops BPBD), the number of refugees on 29 November 2017 was 43,358 people, spread over 229 refugee camps in Bali.

Residents living around the danger zone must evacuate to avoid the impact of Mount Agung eruption. The threat of volcanic eruptions in Bali is the dangers of hot clouds, lava flows, rain stones, incandescent rocks, and more ash rain. In addition to avoid the other negative impact caused by the eruption of Mount Agung.

The point of evacuation of Mount Agung eruption is in Buleleng Regency of 5,992 people, Klungkung 7,790 people, Karangasem 22,738 people, Bangli 864 people, Tabanan 657 people, Denpasar City 1,488 people, Gianyar 2,968 people, Badung 549 people, and Jembrana 312 people. The governor of Bali urged the residents to evacuate around Karangasem, the district where the volcano erupted in Bali. This is done to facilitate handling. Regent of Karangasem, has determined the emergency response situation in Karangasem regency for 14 days starting from 27 November 2017 to 10 December 2017. The validity period of this emergency response statement can be extended or shortened according to the need of emergency handling.

With the gathering of refugees at one point, the National Disaster Management Agency will have easy access in the field of human resources mobilization, equipment deployment, logistics deployment, immigration, excise and quarantine, licensing, procurement of goods or services, management and accountability of money and or goods , rescue, and command to order agencies or institutions.

NASA's satellite, Aura, detects the concentration of toxic compounds in Bali's sky


Many of the negative impacts caused to Bali since Mount Agung erupted the second time this year. Mount Agung erupted first in September 2017, and the second time on Saturday, November 25, 2017, 5:20 pm. Until now still showing the eruption with bursts of ash and dark smoke. There was a red glow at the top which was the flame of hot lava. Gunung Agung still continues to experience magmatic eruptions. Various changes have occurred, following the eruption and volcanic ash are still being issued by Mount Agung.

The impact of the eruption of Mount Agung, local authorities called on the Balinese to wear masks while traveling or being outdoors.

NASA's Aura satellite has monitored the high concentration of sulfur dioxide (SO2) in the sky around the island of Bali. Sulfur dioxide content is detected since Monday, November 27, 2017, detected in the sky Island of Bali, part of Java to Surabaya and the Madura Islands. Its intensity is high and can make the sky more acidic and very dangerous if inhaled directly.

The ash concentration impact of the eruption of Mount Agung is the highest found in the East of Bali Island. Once released normally SO2 or sulfur dioxide may turn into small aerosol sulfate particles. This can change the brightness of the cloud and affect regional precipitation patterns. SO2 is a toxic compound with a strong odor.

Chemical reactions that occur when SO2 meets with other compounds in the air then these compounds can form acid rain. Volcanic ash spread from the magmatic eruption of Mount Agung until now still blanket air space. Even had blanketed the sky above the airport I Gusti Ngurah Rai. Until there is airport closure for flight safety.

The negative impact for Bali from volcanic ash in the air is a disturbed flight. Residents who are hard-working outside the home for fear of polluted air can be inhaled. Even ash rain has occurred near the mountain with a radius of up to tens of kilometers.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Mount Agung in Bali is expected to erupt with very powerful

Mount Agung in Bali is expected to erupt with very powerful
The Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation estimates that a major explosion from Mount Agung will occur shortly. This estimate is a consideration to raise the mountain's hazard status from level III to level IV.

Until Monday, the eruption of Mount Agung is still observed with a thick cloud of smoke reaching a height of 2,000 to 3,400 meters. The rays of fire are visible from inside the crater.

Explosive eruptions accompanied by a weak boom sounded up to a distance of 12 kilometers (km) from the peak of the mountain by the Balinese called Tohlangkir it. The rays of the fires that are more noticeable at night, Sutopo said, indicating a major eruption was imminent.

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November 27, 2017, from 00:00 am to 06:00 pm, local authorities recorded Mount Agung underwent one eruption with a weak 40 second duration, one nonharmonic tremor with a duration of 1.832 seconds, a single volcanic quake in duration of 31 seconds, and three times a shallow volcanic earthquake of 7-11 seconds.

Mount Agung in Bali is expected to erupt with very powerful
Continuous tremor (microtremor) is recorded with an amplitude of two to three millimeters. The ash rain continued to fall at the observation post. November 27, the wind blows weakly to the southwest and west. The local authorities appealed to residents around Mount Agung, climbers, visitors, and tourists not to be and perform any activity in the danger zone.

Rising in the state of luminosity, the zone covers all areas within a five kilometer radius of the crater plus sectoral expansion to the north-northeast and southeast-south-southwest as far as 10 km from the crater.

The impact of the eruption of Mount Agung, rain stones began to occur

Mount Agung eruption resulted in rain stones

Mount Agung erupted in the wake of a terrible impact. This volcano throws hot rocks with a temperature of 500 degrees celsius. The stone that flies from the top of a mountain is bigger than a human fist. The stones raised by Mount Agung resulted in rain stones. The stones fall in the village of Hamlet, District Kubu, Karangasem regency, Bali.

Rain stones do not reach the safe zone, the hot stones just fall in the zone four kilometers from the summit crater of Mount Agung. Although the volcano in Bali has thrown rocks from the summit, it is not yet the peak of this mountain activity. This phenomenon is a phenomenon of tremor over scale with signs of throwing rock / rain rock around the peak. This has been explained by the Head of Volcano Mitigation Division of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation, Gunung Api Agung Observation Post in Rendang Village, Rendang District, Karangasem Regency, Bali, Tuesday 28 November 2017.

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Until now there is no lava lubrication from the top of the crater. Although the activity of this mountain has increased. It is even predicted that a volcanic eruption would be so dense and enormous, more dreadful than the eruption that had occurred in 1963.

Based on the local authority, the eruption of Mount Agung is accompanied by an explosive eruption with a weak sound that sounded up to a distance of 12 km from the summit. The lava glow at the top of the mountain is increasingly observed at night from the beginning of the eruption. This indicates the potential for a larger eruption is imminent.

Public Relations National Disaster Management Agency previously mentioned the greater potential of Mount Agung eruption. This potential is observed from the elevated status of Mount Agung from Alert to Alert.

Pity, the impact of Mount Agung erupted, residents have to evacuate

Negative and bad impacts due to Mount Agung erupted is the economy in Bali that can be weakened. Because now the airport has been closed until the time limit continues to be divaluated, depending on the status and circumstances of mountain leyusan. Flights to and from Bali have been closed. Many local and foreign tourists are trapped in I Gusti Ngurah Rai airport. Many of them did not know that Mount Agung in Bali erupted.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Pictures: Mount Agung appearance when erupting

Mount Agung looks very horrible since the beginning of the eruption began on November 25, 2017. Volcanic ash soar soaring into the sky. When darkness occasionally seen lava eruption at the top of the mountain. Negative impact for Bali is the ash rain that happens everywhere. Even the airport should be temporarily closed. Travelers stuck at the airport.

The pictures of Mount Agung erupted following were taken on November 26, 2017 by local residents.



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Mount Agung eruption during the rainy season caused cold lava flood

Cold lava floods occur in several rivers. The impact of the eruption of Mount Agung accompanied by heavy rain.

Mount Agung eruption during the rainy season caused cold lava flood
The most famous volcano in Bali is Mount Agung, now erupting. Signs of eruption have occurred since early September 2017 with hundreds of earthquakes, but stalled in late October. Now this mountain is erupting with bursts of ash and sparks of hot lava at the peak.

In some rivers with upstream in Mount Agung is now experiencing cold lava flood. Cold lava floods in the river caused by lava coming out of the top of the mountain exposed to rain water. This cold lava flows together with rain and river water. The color of the river water mixed with cold lava is gray brown.

Balinese residents are encouraged to avoid the flow of the river flowing at Mount Agung because at any time could be affected cold lava flood from the mountains that ever erupted in 1963 that terrible. Cold lava floods will also increase as rain around Mount Agung will increase, especially now Bali is in the rainy season. Local authorities urged residents to be wary of lava floods or cold lava floods.

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Mount Agung eruption during the rainy season caused cold lava flood
The phenomenon of the emergence of cold lava flood caused eruption or volcanic eruption that surely sprayed various materials such as ash, gravel, sand, and chunks of rock that settles around the crater and the slopes of the mountain. All materian eruption of volcano will hanyud carried by river water with support of rain. So that the cold lava flood in the river. When it rains, the water mixes with the material from the eruption and moves down the slope downstream with all the eruption material. If Mount Agung has finished erupting, then the eruption results can provide high economic value to the citizens.

Known material eruption of Mount Agung which was carried by rain water began to flood rice field near by River Yeh Sah, Village Batusesa, District Rendang, Karangasem, Bali.

From the observation of local authorities, this lava phenomenon is derived from the southern slopes of Mount Agung or the upstream of Sebudi Village. From the observation it has checked this cold lava, because there is smell of sulfur and fall of ashes that occurred last two days.

I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport closed the impact from the ash of Mount Agung eruption

The impact of Mount Agung erupts is the movement of ash towards the airport.


Map of volcanic ash movement of Gunung Agung Bali

The eruption of Mount Agung caused the spread of ash extends. I Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport closed at 07.00 am Monday, November 27, 2017. The closure of the airport in Bali is done up to 24 hours ahead, to see the situation further related to the ash condition that led to the airport.

This closure is made through Notice to Airmen (Notam) issued at 07.15 am. Volcanic ash is known to have closed the air area of ​​Ngurah Rai Airport. Ash from volcanic eruptions is very dangerous for aircraft flight activity.


Volcanic dust has closed air space at the airport up to two levels. Visually, the thickness of volcanic ash is very thin, the particles are very small and small. This dust began to be seen at the airport since 05.30 am, Monday, November 27, 2017. Although the dust that attached to the kuru is very thin, but the air space is covered in volcanic ash.

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Lombok Airport was closed on Sunday (November 26, 2017) but was declared safe return for flight on Monday morning, November 27, 2017.
The closure of airports in Bali and Lombok due to ash coming from the eruption of Mount Agung, Ash blowing southward, to the airspace of Denpasar.

Ngurah Rai airport authorities have issued a NOTAM, which states the airport was closed for approximately 24 hours, starting from Monday (27/11/2017) 07:00 am, until Tuesday (28/11/2017) at 07:15 am.
According to a study conducted by NASA, volcanic ash could impair the functioning of propellers on turboprop or jet engines in turbofan planes, vital components in aircraft flights.

It has been proven from an incident that had been experienced by Boeing 747-200 aircraft belonging to British Airways. The plane with callsign Speedbird 9 (flight number BA09) on June 24, 1982 made a flight route Kuala Lumpur - Perth. In the middle of the journey, while crossing the island of Java, Indonesia, Speedbird 9 trapped in the middle of the ash eruption of Mount Galunggung.

The four B747 engines died from vacuuming the silica of Galunggung. The pilot then decided to lower the cruising altitude from 36,000 feet to 12,000 feet. Luckily, the pilot finally managed to re-start the engine aircraft after flying at lower altitudes and free from the siege of volcanic ash.

Very small silica dust, diameter between 6 microns to 2 mm, can be carried by the wind easily, and because ejected from the crater of the volcano, the dust can soar up to the height of roaming the plane.

Because it is so small and light, volcanic ash is difficult to remove, and takes a long time to disappear completely if action is not taken immediately. If this happens and is left, then for a long time the dust that sticks in the body or components of the aircraft can cause delicate cracks in the body of the aircraft.

Mount Agung erupts in Bali, the volcano is now at the highest level (Level IV)

The volcano in Bali is now erupting, at its highest level, Level IV.

Mount Agung erupts with a blast of ash.
Mount Agung erupts with a blast of ash.
The Center for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation has raised the status of Gunung Agung from level III (Siaga) to level IV (Awas) on Monday 27 November 2017. This is the highest level for a volcano. The most active volcano in Bali is Gunung Agung, and has gained two times the highest level since showing signs of erupting in September 2017.

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Head of Volcano Mitigation Division I Gede Suantika explained that the status of Mount Agung is raised from standby to be alert because of the increased activity from the phreatic phase to the magmatic phase. It was observed from November 21, 2017, 00:00 am, a significant change in activity up to 25 November 2017.

Mount erupted in Bali until today magmatic phase eruption accompanied by thick ash continuously reach the height of 2000-3400 meters from the top of the mountain. In addition, the increase in status from level III to level IV for Mount Agung is characterized by an eruption with continuous asphalt eruptions accompanied by explosive eruptions, as well as a strong sound of booms being heard in a 12 kilometer radius from the summit of Mount Agung.


From the signs of the volcano is that there will be a greater potential eruption, and may soon occur. Therefore, the status of Mount Agung is raised from standby (level III) to alert (level IV) since Monday, 27 November 2017, at 06.00 am.

The disaster-prone zone radius was widened from the previous 6 kilometers and 7.5 km sectorally, now to 8 kilometers and added by sectoral extension to the north east, southeast, south, southwest, as far as 10 kilometers. Citizens, visitors, travelers, not staying, do not climb any activity in the danger zone.

The villages affected by the eruption of Gunung Agung, namely Ban Village, Dukuh Village, Baturinggit Village, Sukadana, Kubu, Tulamben, Datah, Nawakerti, Pidpid, Buwana Giri, Bebandem, Jungutan, Duda Utara, Amertha Bhuawana, Sebudi, Besakih, and Opportunity.

Terrible, Mount Agung erupts with incandescent lava and explosions

Mount Agung erupts with incandescent lava and explosions

The red glowing lava at the top of Mount Agung erupts.

Mount Agung eruption in Bali, Bali's most active volcano now erupts and begins on Saturday, November 25, 2017. Up to now, an eruption at 3,000 meters alight protruding from gray smoke, there is a red light allegedly lava above the mountain peak. There was also a loud explosion at the top of the mountain. The red rays look very clear at night.

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Based on the Geological Agency report, PVMBG, Observation Post of Gunungapi Agung, explains, from the observation period at 06.00 pm to 12.00 am, Sunday, November 26, 2017 Gunung Agung continues to erupt and there is a fire in the peak. The eruption occurs once, Non-Harmonic Tremor once, Low Frequency once, shallow volcanic once, and non-harmonic tremor continuously from 06.00 pm - 12.00 am with dominant amplitude of 3 mm. Mount Agung's status is still at level III.

For the people and tourists around Mount Agung to avoid climbing and do not carry out any activities in the hazard prediction zone that is inside the crater area of ​​Mount Agung and in all areas within a 6 km radius of the mountain top crater, plus the sectoral extension to the North- Northeast and Southeast-South-Southwest as far as 7.5 km.

Estimated Zone Dangers are dynamic and continuously evaluated and can be changed at any time following the most recent observations of Gunung Agung's observations.

It was reported earlier that Mount Agung erupted on Tuesday, November 21, 2017 at around 17:05, issued a phreatic eruption. Then followed by the eruption that occurred on Saturday, November 25, 2017 at around 17:20, then at around 09:00 pm Mount Agung issued a magmatic eruption.

The volcano in Bali Gunung Agung took a month to erupt

The volcano in Bali, Gunung Agung until Sunday afternoon (26 November 2017) is still experiencing magmatic eruption. Based on information from the Center for Mitigation of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation, explains that smoke clouds of volcanic ash are visually steeping higher, thick with lava pressure increasingly strong towards the surface reaching the base of the crater of Mount Agung.

Lava infusion to the bottom of the crater the greater the volume discharge. Hope this eruption is effusive. This means that the lava eruption is expected to flow from the top to a predictable direction. The crater is full and the lava is overflowing, so it is not explosive (big explosion). If it is explosive then lava explosion will occur, big lava will blast into the sky and reach unpredictable areas. So it can cause a greater loss.

It is feared that a sudden increase in lava volume discharges in a short time, while the space owned by magma channels is too small.
This is what often causes explosive eruptions.

Currently the bottom hole of the crater has been destroyed or increased. Lava is already at the bottom of the crater and continues to grow to meet the base of the crater. With the current eruption condition, if referring to the eruption of 1963, it may still take about 1 month for Mount Agung to explosive eruption.

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The eruption cycle is likely to be the same as it did in 1963. It was preceded by the current epic eruption. Smoke continues to occur, until a month later started by a rumble and followed by explosive explosion. Maybe first the base of lava is still shallow, lava out and immediately melt.

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Terrible! Lava flare at the peak when Mount Agung Bali erupted

The volcano in Bali, Mount Agung is now erupting.

Lava flare at the peak when Mount Agung Bali erupted
Lava at the peak of Mount Agung Bali.

When erupted, a bright red color observed at the peak crater of Mount Agung, Bali, Saturday night. November 25, 2017. The red color is allegedly lava that comes out of the volcano.

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Head of Volcano Mitigation Division of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation (PVMBG), I Gede Suantika confirmed that. The bright red color at the peak of Mount Agung is seen at 11:00 pm. It is clearly visible, and it is a real eruption, not a hoax, and is a sign of a bigger eruption, in addition to just a volcanic ash burst.

While this is still analyzed by the competent. Photographs circulating in social media about lava flare at the top of the mountain is true. The image looks pretty good. Photos and mountain circumstances are still analyzed. Because most likely red glow on the top of the gunug is lava.

Mount Agung erupted, Saturday, November 25, 2017, 5:20 pm. The eruption was accompanied by a cloud of smoke as high as 1.5 kilometers. Volcanic ash was spewed by a mountain as high as 3114 meters from the sea surface. Several hours later, Mount Agung erupted again, at 07.00 pm.

Previously, Gunung Agung in Karangasem, Bali, issued a medium pressure crater smoke. Smoke appears gray with a thick intensity and height of 1,000 to 3,000 meters above the top of the crater. The condition was observed from Observation Post Mount Agung, Sunday, November 26, 2017, observation period at 00:00 to 06:00 pm.

In Bali there is ash rain, the impact of Mount Agung eruption

Mount Agung while still calm.

The volcano in Bali, Mount Agung erupted.


Ash rain due to volcanic eruptions in Bali, Mount Agung, felt by residents in some areas. Ash rain can be seen from the very dusty car glass. The thickness of ash attached to the vehicle is varied, from thick to thin, depending on where the car passes around the volcano.

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One of the locations affected by the volcanic ash caused by the volcano eruption in Bali, Gunung Agung, is Puregay Village, Pempatan Village, Besakih Kangin Village, and Besakih Kawan, Besakih Village, Belatung Village, Menanga Village.
In the village of Besakih rain ash from the eruption of the mountain has been felt by residents since the early eruption of yesterday afternoon. Ash attached to daca and objects around the house is quite thick. Residents should use masks and goggles to protect themselves from the ash rain in Bali.

As a result of the ash, residents went directly to the evacuation site. In Dusun Puregay, the intensity of ash is felt to be thin, but residents remain displaced.

Mount Agung Bali erupted again on Saturday afternoon, November 25, 2017, at 5:20 pm. A few hours later, the volcano with an altitude of 3.142 mdpl was erupting again, precisely at 07.00 pm.

The eruption of Mount Agung accompanied by a cloud of gray-black smoke as high as 1.5 kilometers. Volcanic ash is the most visible. In addition to ash, sometimes also seen a red lava flare on the top of the mountain.

Mount reach in Bali, Gunung Agung is the highest in Bali and is the most active in Bali, located in Karangasem regency. The last eruption occurred in 1963. Until now erupt and threaten the economy of the citizens of Bali.

Saturday, November 25, 2017

The volcano in Bali, Mount Agung erupted at 5:30 pm, 25-11-2017

The volcano in Bali, Mount Agung erupted at 5.30 pm, Saturday, November 25, 2017. The eruption of volcanoes in Bali is marked by the release of blackish-gray smoke as high as 1,500 meters from the surface of the crater of Mount Agung. Smoke that emerged from the puncal of the mountain is very gray-black, medium-pressure. Previously the Center of Volcanology in Bali called the eruption that happened was phreatic eruption. But then the information was rectified. The eruption at 5.30 pm is an eruption.

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Seen on the volcano in Bali, Mount Agung, the smoke soars to the west weakly. But Meteorilogi Climatology and Geophysics Agency predicts wind direction will change to the east-southeast tonight. The government appealed to the public to remain calm and keep following the recommendation of the Center of Volcanology, because Mount Agung is still at level III status.

From the top of the mountain is a red zone at a radius of 6 Km from the crater, and sectoral 7.5 Km from the crater. While the record for flights on volcanic activity is still orange, the plane is expected to stay away from the area of ​​Mount Agung, because smoke generated from the mountains can damage aircraft engines.

The people of Bali who are near Mount Agung to avoid any activity within a 6 kilometer radius from the top of the mountain, plus a sectoral extension of 7.5 kilometers to the north-northeast, southeast and south-southwest.

Since last October the volcano in Bali, Gunung Agung, has shown signs of eruption. Conditions that live near the mountain in the urge to move away from the mountain up to a radius of 12 km. But in early November, people have been allowed to return to homes near the mountain. The possibility that someday people will flee again, because eruption activity has occurred, the possibility of this volcano in Bali will erupt a bigger and dangerous.

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Thursday, November 9, 2017

What to do in Bali while on vacation, 5 best villages

Things to do in Bali.

Tourists can visit many attractions in Bali. Many things can be done in Bali. So do not be confused and always ask, what can be done while on vacation in Bali ?.

Bali has many tourist villages, but the most famous are the five best villages in Bali to visit.

1. Penglipuran Village

Penglipuran Village is the most famous tourist village in Bali, with an area of about 112 hectares, but no more than 9 hectares functioned as a home citizens. Entering the village of Panglipuran, must by walking times, not allowed to enter the village by motor vehicle. The village is very clean and free from air pollution. Panglipuran Village is one of the villages that has been awarded as the third cleanest village in the world.

The unique of this village is a house with traditional nuances that are still maintained today. Hurah with wooden roof or weeds. Dindin house using woven bamboo with a pile of bricks. Ancient impression is very visible in this village.

2. Trunyan Village

Trunyan Village is one of the oldest in Bali. Uniquely, if one of the residents in this village died, his corpse would only be placed in a bamboo cage under a sacred tree. This sacred tree can absorb banyat odor, so that the area around the corpse is placed no foul smell. Although the corpse is placed just like that and will rot, but it will not cause a bad smell, because the aroma is covered by the fragrance of the tree Trunyan. This uniqueness is the attraction of tourists who want to try to visit this village. Warning, do not ever intend to take any object that is around this sacred tree, because it will pose a danger to you.

3. Batubulan Village

Batubulan village is a dominant art village with dance performances. A variety of Balinese performances are featured in this village. Like barong dance, legong, and kecak. In addition, this village also has a variety of crafts for souvenirs. Every day in the village Batubulan always crowded by tourists, especially during the holiday season.

4. Tenganan Village

The village of Tenganan is an ancient village that still has an ancient economic system, barter. Tenganan Village is one of three villages belonging to the Bali Aga group. Bali Aga is a tribe that still rely on traditional lifestyle since thousands of years ago.

Uniquely, this Tenganan village still apply the traditional system of exchange of goods or barter in the sale and purchase transactions. If you want to see traditional Balinese life, Tenga Village is the right choice.

5. Ubud Village

Ubud Village, all tourists who ever come to Bali must know this village. If to Bali without a visit to Ubud it will not be complete your tour activities. This area is very popular among local and foreign tourists. The village of Ubud offers beautiful landscapes and cool and fresh air that is rarely found in Bali.

In addition to the natural scenery, Ubud is also famous for its art center. Among the painting, sculpture, dance, carving, and many other traditional arts. Ubud Village has a predicate as an international tourist village.

Earthquake in Bali, Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 5:54 am


The magnitude 5 quake shook the Island of Bali and Lombok this morning, Thursday, November 9, 2017 at 5:54 am. The epicenter located at coordinates 8.26 ⁰LS - 115.57 ⁰BT, exactly at 11 kilometers northeast of Karangasem Bali at a depth of 10 kilometers. Very close to Mount Agung.

The impact of the earthquake in the form of weak to moderate shocks felt by the people in the area of ​​Denpasar, Mataram and Karangasem in intensity scale II GIS or III MMI. In addition, in the Kuta region shocks are felt on the intensity scale of I-II SIG or II-III MMI.

Viewed from the depth, this earthquake is a kind of shallow earthquake due to local fault activity. The modeling results also show that this earthquake is not a potential tsunami

Until 6:39 am BMKG monitoring results show 4 times aftershock activity. Residents in the coastal areas of Bali and Lombok are encouraged to remain calm and not be affected by issues that can not be accounted for. This earthquake did not trigger a tsunami.

Volcano in Bali
Galungan and Kuningan 2014 in Bali
Bali volcano: Mount Agung
Karangasem regency