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The beautiful island of Bali is full of volcanic mountains and crater lakes. On its fertile soil rice, tea and coconut are grown. The main elements of the landscape are the emerald green ricefields, the untarnished jungle and the steep cliffs. The religion of the island is a unique mixture of Buddhism and Hinduism. The omnipresent temples and sanctuaries are important memories of the South-East Asian culture. Viewers will find exotic hot dishes and plenty of fresh tropical fruit juice. Visits Denpasar, Sanur, the bird park in Taman Burung, Kuta Beach, Uluwatu, Nusa, Dua, Tanah Lot, Taman Ayun, Kabun Raya, Ulun Danu, and Singaraja.
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Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 2, 2010).
Originally produced in 2009.
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