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This one can be tricky to find, because it is only entered in a narrow, little visible alley on the east side of the Puri Lukisan Museum. Then you wind your way between dwellings to finally emerge in the open paddy. It is a lovely...More
I just want to share my random photo when i was cycling around ubud.
Ubud was known as iconic rice fields of Bali island, Bali is always surprises me.
The rice fields was so enjoyable green who can make u feel relax and make my...More
We did a guided tour with our hotel in Ubud.We started about 8am and had a leisurely walk from start to finish though in parts it was a bit hard as we lost our balance on the soft mud pats that outline each field of...More
This walk is lovely and very few tourists seemed to take it when we were there around 9am one morning. It is almost completely lined with palm trees, making for lots of nice shade, which is needed in that Bali heat.
The entrance to this...More
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