Tirtha Empul Temple in Bali, Indonesia is a Hindu temple, famous for its holy water where Balinese people go for purification. Tirtha Empul Temple was built in 926 A. during the Warmadewa dynasty (from the to centuries)
In this amazing close-up by Olivier Grunewald, we see molten sulfur burning atop a solid sulfur deposit. The picture was taken at the sulfur mine located in the crater of the Kawah Ijen volcano in East Java, Indonesia.
The Indonesian Way (TIW) by Goerge Quinn and Uli Kozok, 113 lessons, for semester college, 3 lessons per week, university of Hawaii and Manoa
Opening of Bali Art Festival 2006 - The Dancer The annual Bali Arts Festival provides an opportunity for the artists and people to develop, explore, preserve, and accommodate various talents through such activities as parades, performances, contests, exhibition, and discussions.