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Bali’s magnificent volcanoes
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Bali is a beautiful island that is one of the 33 provinces that make up Indonesia. The island’s main source of income is the tourism industry and as such, possesses a multitude of attractions in order to entice every kind of visitor into experiencing their rich culture and scenic beauty. 
This charming island’s primary religious majority is Hindu and its history, culture, and architecture has been heavily influenced by this majority. Many temple ruins are scattered across its area such as the temple Pura Taman Ayun. This beautiful place greets tourists with a moat of lotus flowers and surrounds itself on three sides with a water garden. Moss grows on the temple’s faded and chipped walls and provides a very pleasant ambiance for the culturally and aesthetically conscious tourist.  In addition, the Tirtha Empul temple is Bali’s most revered temple because of its holy water, which Hindus use for purification. This temple attracts many tourists to its door because of its historical and cultural significance as well as its splendid structure and beautifully adorned gardens. These temples are merely a few of the many architectural wonders available to those who wish to delve into Bali’s rich culture. 
Apart from Bali’s manmade constructs, there are also the scenic wonders such as Bali’s white sandy beaches and its tremendous volcanoes that are available to visitors. Various tours are available that take tourists to the main volcanoes such as Mount Agung, which is still active and is used by both casual visitors and veteran mountain climbers. Two routes have been constructed, one from Besakih which makes its way up to the western peak, and the other route which begins from Pura Pasar Agung, near Selat and continues to the southern peak. The climb is quite long often with an overnight camp, so acquiring a guide form either Besakih or Pura Pasar Agung would be advisable.
 
Once the climb atop the volcano is complete, visitors can visit restaurants and the villages that habituate the craters. Upon the climb down one would naturally long to relax for either a brief respite or perhaps the rest of one’s stay on the island. There are numerous Bali resorts that are available.  The Uluwatu hotels are quite luxurious and serene in arrangement, and none epitomize this design ethic more than the Anantara Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa. This ideally located and ingeniously designed hotel and spa provides the perfect place for one to unwind after the long trek. In addition, one can organize further excursions via the hotel and experience even more of what Bali has to offer. 
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