A government spokesman, Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said: "In general the evacuation is going well, the logistics supply is sufficient for the evacuees' needs".
According to the disaster response team that is monitoring the situation, the total number of people who have been evacuated has increased to around 134,200.
Five mobile sirens have been installed in the danger zone to warn residents if Agung erupts.
More than 120,000 people have now fled Mount Agung in fear of a possible eruption, packing into temporary shelters across Bali or moving in with relatives. A thin column of smoke can be seen rising from the mountain's summit.
The Indonesian Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation said activity on Mount Agung remained high yesterday, recording 125 volcanic earthquakes between 12am and 6am.
"We've got like 20, 30, 40 shakes where you could feel the earth shaking", Lange, 30, told AFP.
Bali volcano has 'quite big' chance of eruption; 120000 flee
Kasbani, head volcanologist said: "If we look at the magnitude, it continues to increase, yesterday we also felt several quakes with the magnitude of three on the Richter scale".
Indonesia has almost 130 active volcanoes, more than any other country.
Mount Agung is among the 129 active volcanoes in Indonesia, a vast archipelagic nation with 17,500 islands.
"I am representing the Ministry of Transportation in expressing our deep concern and empathy to everyone being displaced from their homes due to the potential eruption of Mount Agung".
Officials say tourists on Bali, which had almost 5 million visitors past year, are not in danger but they have prepared evacuation plans if an eruption forces the closure of the island's worldwide airport.
A natural disaster has been declared in parts of Bali with fears the island's largest volcano could erupt at anytime.
There is already a comprehensive plan in place to divert flights to 10 other airports across Indonesia, should ash and volcanic gases interrupt scheduled flight plans.
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