Bali is part of Indonesia which is the largest archipelago in the world consisting of 17,508 islands of which about 6000 are inhabited.

There are two active volcanoes in the North-Eastern region of Bali called Mt. Batur and Mt. Agung.

Bali is known for its pristine white sand beaches, but Bali is also home to stunning black sand volcanic beaches due to the active volcanoes on the island.

Prior to turning three months old, Balinese babies are carried everywhere as they’re not allowed to touch the ground until they are three months old.

Bali has the world’s most expensive coffee known as Kopi Luwak – we’ll let you look up why its so expensive.

80% of Bali’s economy is related to Tourism.

Over 6 million tourists visit Bali every year, however during the pandemic this figure has dramatically fallen.



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