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Tegalalang Rice Terrace

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Address: | Between Tegalalang and Ubud, Ubud 80517, Indonesia
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Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the famous tourist objects in Bali...

Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the famous tourist objects in Bali situated in Tegalalang Village north of Ubud Bali featured by the amazing rice terrace set the cliff. Tegalalang Village is located on 600 m above sea levels covered by good temperature where most of the villagers as a farmer.

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Escaping From Modern Things!

After Trekking Mount.Batur , my sister and I got to this Fantastic place. It looks not so attractive at first, but the scenery and the Different kind of Breeze are totally worth... read more

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Visited with my Girlfriend on or recent visit to Bali. The views were fantastic and breathtaking. Would definitely recommend a visit with a decent camera which we were fortunate enough to take!

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After Trekking Mount.Batur , my sister and I got to this Fantastic place. It looks not so attractive at first, but the scenery and the Different kind of Breeze are totally worth to take some times and run away from the Modern World!

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THESE rice fields are a must visit. I enjoyed the sites and the views from the top. Lovely warungs here to grab a bite whilst admiring the fields and taking in nature.

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A nice walk. Wear more than flip flops. Expect to give multiple "donations". Interesting to watch how they harvest and thresh rice.

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After visiting the Temple we did a quick look see of rice paddy fields. It's was a nice view of fields just before the harvest and we can see the crops dancing in the wind. There are some locals both women and children selling souvenirs. There is also an option to take a photo with the farmer however be prepared... More 

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The place is in the north of ubud. Maybe about 30 minutes from ubud if tye trafic is good. This place will be relaxing your eyes. You can going deep inside the rice padi. Buy always becarefull with your steps. If you need free information about bali You can call me +6281999300022

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We reached the Tegalalang rice terraces around 4. We had to pay an entrance fee to have a view of this UNESCO heritage site. The rice terraces leave you gaping in wonder. The Sun's rays played hide and seek on the soothing green steps. You kind of get glued to the place. The physically strong can hop and skip down... More 

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After a short ride with our motorcycle we arrived at the rice terraces. We loved it!!! We came rather early in the morning so there were not so many people. We enjoyed walking through the rice fields. You don't need to pay entrance because it's runned by a few families that take care of the rice fields. You can give... More 

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Really enjoyed this part of my Bali tour. Lovely scenery and interesting environment. There are a lot of steps so beware. Better to go early so as to avoid the heat and humidity. Well worth a visit

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When you come to Ubud, you have to go see the rice terraces. They are naturally beautiful and just the perfect kodak moment. Postcard worthy for sure!

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