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Bali Orchid Garden - Surrounded
Indonesia

The Bali Orchid Garden opened in 1999 and is the only orchid garden in Bali! You can stroll through the beautiful tropical garden among a wide variety of tropical flowers, foliage plants and the exquisite orchid collection.

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Uploaded: 06/02/2013
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