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Nice walk through the rice fields. If you haven’t yet seen rice fields in Bali, this is a great little taste.
There is a restaurant on the rice where I think they offer cooking classes but we didn’t stop. Can walk all the way around...More
This is slightly hard to find and therefore not many tourists are aware of it. I'm in 2 minds whether to review because what made it so beautiful and stunning were the lack of people! It is a most beautiful walk, passing yoga retreats, cafes,...More
I was walking along the streets of Ubud and there was a sign pointing to a side lane. I asked a tourist coming out if it was worth it. He said yes. And he was not wrong. A bit of a walk (~15min) but once...More
The fact that only 43 people have reviewed this place makes me very happy. I hope very few tourists ever discover it. My friend and I saw the street sign on one of main streets in Ubud saying that there was were magical rice fields...More
I say peaceful with the caveat that motorbikes use this same trail. However, when they are not going by it's amazing calm, quiet and so very picturesque. Start at the little "village" of Kajeng on Kajeng Road and flow the signs an death as it...More
Entered the rice field walk through Kajeng road. Followed the road down for about 10 minutes. The road slabs all have writing on them so we knew we were on the right track. Eventually we got to a sign saying rice field walk. We'd had...More