I like the place very much with its beautiful paddy terrace and cold weather and fresh air! Really worth to pay a visit if you’re at Bali.
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Worth taking the time to visit Bali's rice bowl. Lush and green and opportunity for plenty of walking. There's a paved track for exploring the stepped rice fields, dotted with huts and homes. You probably need to be reasonably fit for some of the walking...More
A little out of the way, but the vastness of the rice fields is spectacular. But, if you are visiting several places in Bali, you'll probably be seeing other rice fields, so after while you see one rice field you've seen them all.
The rice fields were beautiful. We planned to walk over the rice field but unfortunately, we arrived on a cloudy day with a bit of rain that didn't make for the most ideal conditions.
We have hired a car for going to Jatiluwih Rice terrace. It was a rainy day. Driving from Ubud i.e mid of bali to north west passing through the picturesque villages are giving feeling of rich culture of temple land. Jatiluwih is known for its...More
I know there are many places like this in Bali but I have to say that I was quite happy been here. It was great for its views and definitely worth the long drive. Overall, we enjoyed the experience and would appreciate the opportunity to...More
These rice fields are absolutely breathtakingly beautiful but it took long drive to get here departure from Sanur. It was so peaceful and nice to walk through the area and the view was stunning no matter what direction you were looking at
Compared to Tegalalang, this one is a lot nicer, a lot more relaxing, and a lot more pleasant. Upon entry (paying a toll fee), there is along leisurely drive towards the top viewing area of the rice terraces. When you get there, the view of...More
We stopped briefly in this lovely spot and managed to get a short stroll through the paddy terraces before some threatening black clouds began to.menace! We retraced our steps but not quite quickly enough! Rather damp we eventually made it back to a cafe along...More