The arrival of the first Chinese immigrants in Indonesia dated back as far as the
early 1400s. The cross-culture between the Chinese settlers and the indigenous people produced a very interesting distinctive cuisine called Babah Peranakan in Indonesia, where the Chinese settlers adapted the use of traditional Indonesian spices and herbs into their home-style cooking, which had not been used in the original Chinese cuisine.
This dining experience is served in the beautiful 312 years old Kang Xi temple that has been dismantled and reconstructed at Hotel Tugu Bali, the Bale Sutra, where ancient cultures of Chinese and Balinese people live in harmony.
• Batu Bolong Beach, Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong, Canggu Indonesia