A testament to the incredible richness of human cultures
An episode from the series WORLD DISCOVERIES
Of the 13,667 islands that make up Indonesia, Bali is undoubtedly the most famous one. Located near the equator, its landscape is marked by its volcanic chain.
Quite green with its rice terraces that feed its 4 million inhabitants, Bali has always been an object of attraction thanks to its culture and gentle lifestyle.
Even though being on the great maritime routes, it has never really been threatened until the day when spices became an economic stake.