Amazing Sustainable Bamboo Homes In Bali

Bali is recognized as popular tourist place in Indonesia. It is an island and one province of the other provinces in Indonesia. It has the island of Bali and a few smaller neighboring islands, notably Nusa Penida. These islands are situated along the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands. That is, they are between Java and the west and Lombok turned to the east. The capital is well known as Denpasar that is located at the southern part of the island.

Based on census in 2010, there was a population of 3,890,757. However, in January 2014, it might be reached to population of 4,225,000. Note that the island is home to most of Indonesia’s Hindu minority. In 2010 Census, it was around 84.5% of population who held and followed Balinese Hinduism, 12% to Islam, and most of the remainder was Christianity. Note that Indonesia adopted Hindu religion before being been Islam religion.

Bamboo is not forest, but it is by-product from forest. That is, it has the compressive force of concrete, and it is also the strength to weight ratio of steel. So, it is recognized that it is one of the fastest growing plants in the world. It is damaged from insects and moisture for its primary weaknesses. However, if it is well treated and maintained its structures, it may be lasted a lifetime as the other forest. Reading more. More info: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | TED (h/t: treehugger)

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