The “Wallacea Line”, which separates Asia and Australia start from east of Bali and Lombok and goes up north to east. The land in the south eastern part of Lombok is dry and less fertile. The Flora and Fauna are different from the ones that exits in Asia hemisphere. Forests in Nusa Tenggara Barat are mostly found in mountainous areas. Most of the mainland in Lombok are cultivated for rice fields.
Bali Flora Just like common tropical islands, in Bali you will find a wide variety of plants by surprise. Huge banyan trees are everywhere in the villages by the Bale banjar or pavilion, or temples ground. Tamarind is also a typical Balinese tree mostly found in the north coast, as well as clove at the highlands. Meanwhile acacia, flame tree and mangrove can be found along the south coastlines. Craft and house use basketries, a dozen species of coconut palms and varieties of bamboos are also everywhere […]