Several villages in Bali were covered in a thin layer of ash but no smoke or lava was detected coming from the crater and no evacuation has been ordered.
Ngurah Rai International Airport spokesman Arie Ahsanurrohim said that flights were operating normally. Authorities said the air around Denpasar, the Bali provincial capital, is clear from ash.
In June, dozens of flights were cancelled after Agung erupted and shot a fresh plume of smoke and ash more than 1000 metres into the sky.
Agung’s last major eruption in 1963 killed around 1600 people.
Who will be more excited when they face off against each other — Roger Federer or Serena Williams?
The tennis superstars will play each other for the first time when Switzerland takes on the US in the Hopman Cup mixed doubles on Tuesday.
The match-up is set to draw worldwide interest, and the players themselves are just as excited.
Williams has already declared her intent to get a selfie with Federer to post on Instagram.
“It’s the age of social media,” Federer said with a laugh when told about Williams’s plan…