In Indonesia, you can find burials in the form of caskets, nailed to the rocks. Some tribes believed that the mountains are the most suitable place for the funeral because they are stairs between the earthly and heavenly worlds.
Mount Agung (3142 meters) in Bali is considered the most sacred place on the island. All the temples of the island are turned at his side, also many bali people try to sleep head towards this volcano.
The vast majority of the population - over 86% - are Muslims, spread here mostly in XIII-XVI centuries, making Indonesia the largest Muslim country in the world.