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Jatiluwih Green Land

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Jatiluwih Village | JTB Office, Tabanan 82152, Indonesia
+62 362 7013999
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Nominated for designation as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Jatiluwih offers a beautiful view of contoured rice terraces irrigated using an impressive communal water system developed by Balinese farmers. The scenic drive through the quaint villages and verdant slopes of the central coastal regency of Tabanan adds to the experience.
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Jatiluwih Village | JTB Office, Tabanan 82152, Indonesia
+62 362 7013999
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I loved this visit, it felt like the real Bali with the wonderful tiers of rice fields or paddi fields. Don't touch the paddi the notices say. Many colourful scarecrows! We did this in a day trip including lake Bratan and various villages arranged by...More

Thank dianepb
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Jatiluwih Rice fields are really massive. You can look till the ends and it is just those fiels swaying around. We reached the place in evening and the sun was about to set. Since it would get dark sooner, we did not trek down...More

Thank Priyanka P
Reviewed 4 days ago

The rice field was expansive and it was a delight to be walking along the trekking routes. We also had coffee overlooking the rice terrace and it was certainly a highlight of our trip.

Thank Chloetkw
Reviewed 6 days ago

These rice terraces are amazing. They are the largest in Bali and sometimes get overlooked in favour of Tegalalang. It's very peaceful here even with all the other tourists there alongside you. We had a buffet lunch at one of the tourist cafes which offers...More

1  Thank Jo J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

For a small village entrance fee, we drove to the top of the ricefields and had lunch in a peaceful restaurant up at too overlooking the terraces. We could see workers in different parts of the fields. There was a walking path we go down...More

1  Thank Terri B
Reviewed 1 week ago

These rice fields are much larger than Tegalalang and have some great walks through them. Close to Tanna Lot Temple and not many tourists. We had great fun trekking through the fields and taking in some stunning views. It felt like we had the place...More

1  Thank Barnaby_Stella
Reviewed 1 week ago

This Unesco site is about 30 mins from Tanah Lot and much less crowded than Tegalalang rice fields. There are many walking paths throughout the terraced rice fields, plus the higher elevation had cooler than the Ubud fields. This was much more enjoyable especially since...More

Thank Tony D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is true that one will see many, many rice fields while traveling throughout Indonesia. However, the ones at Jatiluwih are breathtakingly beautiful. They're terraced along the flowing hillsides of the Batakaru Mountains and one wonders how it is possible to plant, care for, and...More

2  Thank mwcw
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

As you approach the terraces you already have beautiful views from the road. They are well maintained and make terrific photos. For me, it was a choice between here and Tegalalang rice fields, I chose Jatiluwih as I'd heard at the latter there was a...More

Thank drwols
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We come to Jatiluwih rice terraces on a private tour and man what spectacular views. The most amazing greens as far as the eye can see coupled with breathing clean fresh mountain air. The ancient irrigation system that keeps the rice wet here is truely...More

Thank pavman_pavman
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Hi, did you go to th rice fields by ypurself or with a tour company, and if with tourguide, whitch company? Thank you Hanna
May 30, 2017|
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Response from R B | Reviewed this property |
I went on my own by scooter.
Doris T
Hi..any recommendations to a good cheap (but clean) authentic local lunch nearby?
May 4, 2017|
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Response from bwtripper | Reviewed this property |
There is a stall there, right opposite the rice fields where it has a sign that says it was featured in Lonely Planet. We tried the food and it was good. The fruit juice was especially good.
What footwear do you reccomend for walking on track? For visiting on may. Thank you.
April 22, 2017|
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Response from Michael L | Reviewed this property |
Sneakers or sandals will be fine.