Travellers say they have been starved of information by airlines as they remain stuck in Bali following the release of an ash cloud from Mount Agung

The normally bustling airport on the Indonesian resort island of Bali was a ghost town on Monday night, speckled with confused tourists left stranded by the cancellation of flights because of volcanic ash.

Earlier, Indonesia raised its alert for the Mount Agung volcano to the highest level, warning of the “imminent” risk of a larger eruption. Flights were diverted away from the island with reports on Tuesday morning that the airport would remain shut for another day.

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