The highest peak in Bali also offers one of the toughest hikes in Southeast Asia. Agung is 3,031 metres above sea level, yet it is hard to climb because of the steep gradient of the volcano. Recently, volcanic activity in the crater has also increased into alarming levels, as such a suspension of activities around the Agung region will potentially be imposed. Nevertheless, Agung provides a view like no other. So, when it is safe, arm yourself with your best hiking skills and follow the guide to take you along. The road up will be difficult but it sure will be satisfying!