They say they're the most beautiful rice terraces on Bali and I certainly agree! It's unesco heritage and you can walk around the terraces, there are clearly marked tracks. Wonderful experience
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We took a driver enroute from Ubud back to Kuta through these rice terraces. They were amazing, a large area, and uncrowded. We wished we had allotted more time to walk around and take photos. In my opinion, they rival the ones in Sapa, Vietnam,...More
There are a several very picturesque rice terraces around Bali, but Jatiluwih was the most beautiful and expansive we visited on our trip. The fresh air, intense green colors, and the immense scale of the terraces in this area make it well worth the trip.
Very nice a beautiful place, you can choose from more lenght of your trip from 30 minutes to 4 hours. Not a lot of tourists, when you come in morning
My husband and I visited the rice fields during our stay in Bedugal. Would highly recommend to anyone looking for an active, sight seeing experience. The rice fields provide three different levels of walking trails with beautiful scenery. If you are in the area, this...More
We were staying on the outskirts of ubud and this was about a 1.5 hr drive, but it was totally worth it! There is a reason that this is a UNESCO site. When you turn the corner you just see rolling hills filled with rice...More
Get lost walking in the terrace rice fields on the jatiluwih route. Unfortunately the road is tolled heavily but it is really worth going to.
If you love nature, you will love Jatiluwih rice Terrances. The entrance fee is Rp$40.000/person. The field is big, and some small restaurant along the road. It has a few trails. Great place for photo!