A 4.8 magnitude earthquake hit the Indian Ocean south of Bali, Indonesia on January 25, 2024. The quake was felt in areas including Badung, Denpasar, Gianyar, and Lombok, with the epicenter 55 kilometers southeast of Lombok and Bali, at a depth of 101 kilometers. The event was classified as a “moderate amplitude” earthquake resulting from subduction between tectonic plates. Although widely felt, there were no reports of casualties or damage, and there was no threat of a tsunami. This earthquake follows an increase in seismic activity in the region in recent years, including 324 earthquakes in Bali in 2023. The region is also facing concerns about the stability of Uluwatu Temple due to potential cliff erosion, but plans to strengthen the temple have been delayed. This earthquake serves as a reminder for residents and tourists in Bali to stay informed about potential seismic activity in the area.