Bali, an exotic island in the beautiful country of Indonesia, is the place where I went on my last summer vacation with my family, and there I felt a whole new sense of the beauty of the landscape. Our goal in Bali was Mount Agung or Gunung Agnung, as the inhabitants of Bali call it. Well, I will point out some facts about Mount Agung to help you better understand its importance to the people of Bali. Firstly, Mount Angung is a stratovolcano, which means that it sometimes erupts over a period of time, its height is 3148 meters. And the fact that this is the highest point in Bali makes it more interesting to visit. Mount Agung creates a mysterious barrier in which the western side of the mountain is green and full of vegetation. Mount Agung erupted for the last time between 1963 and 1964, and a volcano or massive mountain is still active. Mount Agung is usually covered with clouds that make it difficult to see amazing beauty, and it is worth visiting this wonderful creation of God.
PuraBesakih : sacred temple
With a population of just 3 million people, Bali is a quiet place to live and have a great vacation. The most important place to visit near mount agung is PuraBesakih, the sacred temple of the Hindu people of Agama, also known as Mother Besakih Temple, it was built in the 14th century and was located on the slopes of Mount Agung. PuraBesakih consists of 22 shrines and is actually complex. The center of several temples is PuraPenataranAgung, which is also known as the throne of the lotus, people focus most of the rituals here.
You can find many climbing guides on Mount Agung, and most of them seem difficult, but it’s actually easier to climb than another mountain, but it’s useful when you reach the top. You must start climbing the mountain many hours before dawn in order to feel the beauty of the species. When traveling, you should bring food, water, warm clothes, waterproof clothing, and a very bright flashlight with you.
Donna Campbell | Professional travel photographer and blogger and accidental SEO expert, Donna’s goal is to cover every country in every content. She writes for Sites By design if she’s not occupied with traveling and writing for her own travel blog.