Bali is one of many islands in Indonesia, the most popular and best known island among foreigners. In the mostly Muslim country Bali survived as Hindu enclave. The Hindu religion is present everywhere on the island. It is visible in many temples, religious ceremonies and in daily life. Balinese bring their offerings for gods in front of store houses, at the intersections and at the rice paddies. The popularity of the island has its bad sides. Kuta is an overcrowded concrete city, the capital of touts and scammers. Nusa Dua is a densely built complex of hotels with the hordes of guests by the swimming pools.