Bali Rice Terraces are one of the must-see places for visits to the island, giving insights into the local way of life. No wonder that rice paddies are part of the people’s heritage which traditional irrigation cooperative called subak. Subak is considered a UNESCO World Heritage site, pictured artistry in nature. Imagine yourself watching the misty sunrise over the rice fields, or hiking in the dense green. Here are our recommendations to see the incredible rice terraces in Bali! 

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

The Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud are well known for their beautiful scenes. Provides a mesmerizing scenery outlook that spreads in front of you, to the far side of the valley. The location is cool and breezy, that’s why this place is famous for tourists spot and take photos. The local elders who own and cultivate the land often invite tourists to taste their green coconut drinks and buy their woven hats. Tegallalang has become very lively. The area has parking and entrance fees, as well as stalls selling everything from food to souvenirs. You can book a tour with one of the many companies that offer field trips, or you can take a walk on your own.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

The Jatiluwih rice terraces are most famous for their dramatic and exotic landscapes. This place is geographically located on the highlands, about 700 meters above sea levels in the Penebel district of the Tabanan regency. The cool air and the stunning surrounding make for wonderful photo opportunities, serves as a soothing retreat away from Bali’s crowded south. Besides, the rice fields are equally impressive when the sun goes down while the sounds of fireflies become more apparent at night.

Canggu Rice Field

 

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From countless cafes, perfect surf beaches to the relaxed lifestyle of Canggu living, Canggu has a scene that is often overlooked: the rice fields of Canggu. not only in the morning, you can also enjoy ricefield in Canggu when the sunset. This is something you can’t get from ricefields anywhere else.

Sidemen Rice Terraces

One of the best rice terraces that you can visit in Bali is Sidemen. Sidemen Village is located along the route of Klungkung and Besakih Temple, about a 2-hour drive from Ubud. This is a great place to see the beautiful rice fields in eastern Bali.

Pupuan Rice Terraces

 

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Pupuan has beautiful rice terraces, as well as cocoa, cloves, and coffee plantations. Departing early in the morning, you can catch a glimpse of farmers planting crops or spreading cloves to dry by the roadside. On the main road, you will find tropical forests with hidden waterfalls and streams. You can find the location when crossing the Singaraja-Denpasar route which comes from the direction of Seririt, Buleleng Regency

Belimbing Rice Terraces

On the way to Jatiluwih, you will find a traditional Balinese village called Belimbing Village. It is surrounded by beautiful nature, including some very beautiful rice terraces. The magnificent scenery of rice fields with Batu Kalu Mountain as the background has begun to attract tourists to the area. Hiking in the rice fields is the main activity you indulge in because it not only allows you to enjoy the beauty of the rice fields but also the rest of the unspoiled nature. The best time to go trekking in the rice fields in Belimbing is in the early morning or afternoon on a clear day. During the rainy season, the entire village is sometimes covered by fog.


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