Fears of an imminent major eruption of Bali’s Mount Agung have increased and the evacuation zone around the volcano has been widened.
The Indonesian authorities have raised the state of alert on the island to its highest level.
The island’s airport has now closed, leaving many stranded in the tourist hotspot destination.
Dark smoke has been seen billowing up to 3,400m (11,150ft) above the mountain’s summit.
The National Board for Disaster Management said explosions were being heard 12km (7 miles) from the summit.
Bali’s main resorts of Kuta and Seminyak are about 70km (43 miles) from the volcano.