Bali is an Indonesian island, also an Indonesian province east of Java and west of Lombok. It is the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. The island measures 5,561 km² and has 4,336,900 inhabitants (2019). In 2002, there were 3,216,881 inhabitants. Almost 90% belong to the indigenous population, the Balinese, who are largely Hindus and speak Balinese and Indonesian. The capital is Denpasar. Until 1958, the capital was Singaraja.