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Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Ubud

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Snap a few unforgettable images of Bali's landscapes at Tegalalang Rice Terrace, a favorite stop for nature lovers, painters, and amateur photographers. Irrigated by traditional methods, these terraced rice paddies provide sustenance for the local farming population and draw international visitors interested in soaking up some of the timeless Balinese atmosphere. You can also visit a nearby village to pick up a few souvenir carvings and learn about the area's rich artistic heritage. Remember to reward local farmers with a small tip if you ask them to pose for your pictures. For Tegalalang Rice Terrace and beyond, use our Ubud online trip maker to get the most from your Ubud vacation.
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  • No strolling in Kaname aryzwna why had great world!!! thewrisame great idea to kathisoyme to eat at one of the small amber that is view aryzwna, stayropodi on a low table. even there erchontoysas to bgaloyn however was our photos ..... should be was. ... zalistikame from the accord and synennoiseis for more HA HA!!!! j holiday await you in the tail to bgaloyn picture from these balconies of restaurant services. The part is great, but worth only to work inside a classical picture that well in Bali. Bgazeis the photo and us fast!!!!! Request by your guide on the aryzwnes island location that you can see the nature and kalosynatoys ntopioys
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  • Rice terraces The most amazing and enjoyable thing we experienced at rice field is the swing! They have placed 3 swings in different parts of the field with different perspectives. It’s like flying ov...  more »
  • this was an incredibly nice experience. the view was good. and it was real fun taking a pic with rice baskets  more »
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  • This is an iconic site in Bali where you can see the local agricultural techniques at its best. The terrace farm is an open land where you can walk through lanes of paddy fields set up for step irrigation. As such it is not a tourist site because the farmers are continuing with their work even as we pass through the lanes and taking in the beauty. There is no entrance free but feel free to donate a small sum to the farming community here. Also...you ll need a bit of physical ability if you want to explore the whole area, since the terrace is pretty steep. You can cover the whole farm in about an hour n half.
  • This is really a great spot to visit in Bali. It's rice terraces in a steep valley giving it a very nice, calming view. I have seen the place partly very crowded, so make sure you come either mornings or later afternoons. There are nice, simple cafés on top, so it's good for a breakfast or coffee in the morning. I personally wouldn't take the trip purely for the terraces. But very nice to combine with a hike, run or biking in the area. Perfect place to take a rest and enjoy the view!
  • It's a good place to go to for vacation. An hour ride from Denpasar. There's a lot of local merchants there with reasonable price so you can get yourself some good souvenirs. There's a lot of photo spot here but some you have to pay for, it's also at reasonable price so don't worry. Before trekking down the terrace you'll find some 'gate' where you have to donate some money. A buck or two will do the job. Enjoy yourself here.
  • Everything is priced high here so if you can get stuff on the way. The place is nice and lush green. You can try samples of different coffee for free before having the one you like. The swing over the rice fields is super nice and you should enjoy it. Beautiful place for taking photos. There are different entry points to take and really depends on your guide which place you go. But is definitely a must go in Bali! Not very far from Ubud!!
  • this place is good, they have lots of cafe if you just want to chill out and see the view.. the also have this "swing" if you dare to challenge yourself. this is my second time being here, and now sadly there are some people who actually block the road (in the rice field) and ask for so called "donation" well I am domestic tourist, so they accept every amount that I spent for them, and I paid only 1 donation (oh I did forget to mention, there are around 3 spots who asked for donation, the first one is nice, he just sit and didn't do anything) but I don't know what if I was tourist from other country. come on guys, if you want to make some kind of donation fee, just make sure it was not like "robbery" so sad ...
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