Beautiful display of masks and puppets in tranquil garden setting. Five or so traditional 'houses' hold the collection. The best was last with our favourites the wooden wayung. Really hard to find - took the street atlas and a sat nav but was an adventure finding the place. No gift shops but plenty of mask shops in the little village nearby. Nice little café for a drink afterwards. Free to get in but donation expected at the end. Even saw the great philanthropist (who looks like a puppet collecting Indonesian version of Richard Branson) on the way out and he waved us off and thanked us. Wonderful place. Must spend an hour or two there. Feel the spirit of the wayung !!
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