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Wood House, Kebun Indah, Ubud Bali
Indonesia

Ubud is the main cultural centre of Bali and over the past few years has developed into a tourist destination. Kebun Indah is set back down a path, in amongst paddy fields and has a home-like atmosphere.

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Uploadet: 13/03/2010
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