Perception on nudity
Contradict to what it may appear on general perspective, where villagers are considered more likely to be introvert and bound to customs, women in the villages of Bali are more palpable when it comes to nudity. Hereditary from their ancestors, years ago it's common for women to only dressed in sarong with nothing covering their upper side body. Originally topless, Balinese women looked at the exposed breasts not as a sexual symbol, but as objects that give lives and nurture. In this article, it's explained that after more and more Westerners in Bali due to the Dutch colonialism in Indonesia, Balinese women started to cover their upper side body to look more modern as nakedness implied primitive savagery for the European in the early part of 20th century.
Even though you might not seen this around the city like Denpasar, but when you dig out over to the rural or the area outside the city, you still can find this generation of women. When I stayed in a village in the northern side of Bali for work a couple of months ago, I saw most of elder women dressed in the old ways. Only sarong covering their below part while their breasts are exposed. As younger woman one to three generation below them are dressed more covered like general people nowadays, still you can find them breastfeeding in public openly, even with the present of men or guests.