The threat of an imminent eruption of Mount Agung in Bali, which has already caused over 34,000 people to evacuate from the surrounding areas, has attracted the attention of people from all over the world, some of whom took to Twitter to discuss the situation.
Some people advocated caution, warning that the eruption is imminent.
Others however sought to assuage people’s concerns and claimed that at this time those traveling to Bali have nothing to worry about.
Any tourist fears of the #mtagung volcano are way over done.— Andrew Chilcott (@Andychill79) 26 сентября 2017 г.
Life going on as normal in Ubud.
If anything, your holiday may get extended!
One man even pointed out that the threat of a volcanic eruption did little to deter tourists from coming to the island.
And yet some people appeared content to monitor the situation and watch it unfold.
The last eruption of Mount Agung, which took place in 1963, claimed over 1,000 lives.