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Panen Rum Batik Sarong Shop – Ubud

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I'm really hoping this little shop is still in Ubud, I could find no sign of it on the web ... not surprising it was run by one woman and it's opening hours were exotic.

Slim, Slimmer any minute was looking for a sarong that would last longer than the month we were spending in Ubud.

Most of the sarongs are now angry rayon numbers, this little shop had cotton and silk, very beautiful and a range of vintage sarongs that were out of this world.

The shop is opposite Monkey Forest ... I will be reporting back after October to let you know if it is still there... Here's hoping.

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  1. Hi Lorrie, you may remember me, journo from way back when… well, still a journo, but you know what I mean. I love Indonesian textiles almost as much as your wonderful pictures, not least quality batiks in cotton and silk, and would love to visit this shop in August when we visit Ubud. Do you, or anyone, have a street address? I kind of get where it is, but would appreciate more info. Thanks, and best regards – R

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      Hi Robin, hello … I do know what you mean!, Ok I’ll try and nail down the address…if all fails we will be in Ubud all of August I could take you there!
      Lorrie X

  2. Thank you Lorrie, these batiks are just super! I’ve never chanced upon this shop.

    You – and Slim, Slimmer, Smillest – might be interested in another useful fabric/clothing shop close to Ubud. That is, IF it’s still there, doesn’t seem to have a website. Somewhat out of town. Take the road out of Ubud AWAY from the bridge, towards Peliatan and Denpasar. At the T intersection with the big statue turn right. Corsica is about half a kilometre down the road, maybe a bit more, on the right, keep a look out it’s only a small shopfront. Bigger lasses from Australia will need two matching lengths for a kebaya, one embroidered and one not. The staff is terrific and will help find what’s needed. Corsica also sells beautiful silk sarongs and men’s formal/ceremonial shirts. If you have time to look for it, let me know if it’s still there.

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  3. The most beautiful sarongs and cloth I have ever seen. They are masterpieces. Expensive but worth it. Hope she is still there as well.

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