This part of Indonesia is also known as 'Island of the gods'. Bali is the only island in Indonesia where the majority is Hindu and has a rich and diverse culture. In the daily life of the Balinese you can find, beautiful flower-petal offerings placed everywhere, processions of blissful locals shutting down the roads for one of the numerous temple ceremonies, to the traditional music and dance performances scattered over the island. In the Hindu culture almost everything has a spiritual meaning. The middle of Bali is dominated by volcanoes, mountains and hillside temples. The tallest peak, Mount Agung (Gunung Agung), is the island's spiritual centre, and its mother temple, Pura Beskih can be found on its foot.