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Frangipani (Plumeria) grows naturally in Bali and is used in daily life, in arts, and included in sacral rituals.
In Indonesia, where the flower has been commonly associated with Balinese culture, it is known as "Kamboja". They are also common ornamental plants in houses, parks, parking lots, etc. in most South East Asian countries. Balinese Hindus use the flowers in their temple offerings.
There are about 140 varieties of Frangipani found in Bali. The most popular Frangipani grown in Bali is Plumeria Pubra.