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Bali is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, but this article focuses on some of Bali’s most unique and fascinating attractions.
The city is located just south of the archipelago of Sumatra, and the largest island in Bintulu, with an area of more than 1,400 square kilometers.
Bintuluk is the largest of the islands in the Bintu chain, and it is also home to the Bali Sea and other marine sanctuaries.
This is one of the worlds largest coral reefs.
Bambang, the largest coral reef in Bong, is also a favorite destination for photographers, with stunning coral and blue whale flotillas and an array of species including humpback whales, blue whales, sea lions and dolphins.
Banyang Bintunan, also known as the Banyan Bamboo Road, is a popular shopping area that has been known to be crowded with tourists for years.
It is the site of one of Indonesia’s biggest festivals, the Bihyung-Sipa, which is celebrated in Bambangan every December.
The Bihya-Sifat festival, or the Festival of the Sifat, is celebrated annually in Banyak Bintan, a village on the Bambanga River that has the largest number of Bihydra tourists.
Visitors are allowed to bring a boat, but most boats are prohibited.
This year, the festival attracted about 10,000 people and included a spectacular show of Bambangs famous dancing, singing and dancing.
Another popular festival is the Banda-Sibang, or Banda’s Parade, a popular event in Banda where Bambats dancers are dressed up in traditional clothing and perform with their feet.
The festival is held in the middle of the night on the third day of Banda Festival.
Bamboi is a town in the southern province of Aceh.
It lies in a mountainous area, about 100 kilometers south of Acegawan, and has an area larger than the state of Rhode Island.
It has been home to a large number of Buddhist monks since the 17th century, and a number of schools, museums and historical sites were built during that period.
Bamboo trees are one of Bambois most popular exports, with Bambakans residents often taking the opportunity to cut bamboo for use in the construction of buildings.
This particular section of the Bamboo Trail is located in the mountainous area of Bamba and is known as Bambalan.
It’s known as one of only three major parts of Bamiyan to be part of the World Heritage List.
The first World Heritage Site in Indonesia was established in 1965.
The area, with a population of just over 3 million, has been called the largest forest in the region.
The forest covers an area equal to about 10 square kilometers in size and was the home to Bambas native people until the arrival of European colonists.
Today, Bambamans population is about 100,000.
The largest tree in the area is the banyan tree, which measures over 3 meters in height.
Bamiys forest has an abundance of species that are found nowhere else in the globe.
The biggest tree, for example, is the palm tree.
Banda is also known for its incredible variety of wildlife, including dolphins, porpoises, seabirds, turtles, and sharks.
It boasts more than 20,000 bird species, including the world’s largest peacock, the white-headed eagle.
In 2016, the world was introduced to the species of Borneo, a tropical island off Indonesia.
The island was named after a Bambalang woman, Banda Haryani, who lived in Banten, a city about 120 kilometers (75 miles) east of Banyar, the capital of Bamboo Province.
Bantunan is located near the town of Buhay Bintang, which was once the largest Buddhist monastery in Indonesia.
Today the city is mostly home to tourists and residents, but visitors can visit Bambu for more than 10 days a year.
Buhan Banyam is a resort city in the south of Bantu province.
It offers a mix of beach, spa and shopping.
Bumbas famous resort, Nansi, has a beautiful spa, a museum, a golf course, a sauna and a water park.
Nansis beaches are known for being one of Thailands most popular destinations.
It features a large sandbar that offers a wide variety of activities.
The resort also has a small spa that is well worth a visit.
Bumalur is a UNESCO World Heritage site in central Java, a UNESCO protected area.
It includes a vast expanse of sand dunes and a variety of marine