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Bali, Spiced with Java

Rob Peetom’s House

Bali owes its strong character to its well preserved culture and unprecedented sceneries that range from pristine beaches to contoured paddy fields. Amid this heritage-rich island, one house in the Kerobokan area stands out as it exudes a different kind of Indonesian charm, a Javanese one in particular. We can’t get enough of our country’s diverse culture, and the ‘why’ is evident in this house.

STORY BY Barbara Hahijary PHOTO BY Bagus Tri Laksono

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