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Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the famous tourist objects in Bali situated in Tegalalang Village north of Ubud Bali featured by the amazing rice terrace set the cliff. Tegalalang Village is located on 600 m above sea levels covered by good...more
If you are in Ubud (or in Bali period) it is a must do. Nevertheless, as with the markets and the monkey forest, it is very touristy, and not the best place for a glimpse of authentic Indonesian or Balinese culture. That is part of...More
Need I say more? If you are in Bali and aren't going to the rice terrace, Why are you there? Dont get sucked into the admission price. There isn't one. There are donation booths set up, throughout the walk, in order to pay each separate...More
The mainstream rucefields in the center are the biggest touristtrap in Bali. Rucefields are barren andere accordingen yo locals forum a long time already. Ding het me wrong here stil An attraction buy drive a bit Furthermore andere go forward the more secluded places. More...More
Such a cool place to visit. We did it as part of a tour with Bali 4U. Be ready for a reasonably challenging walk with lots of steps, probably avoid flipflops! Lots of stunning views, and a few swings if you're feeling brave. There is...More
As part of a day tour arranged with Agus Bali Private Tours we visited the Tegalalang Rice Terrace with Wayan Subaru our guide. It was very pleasant strolling amongst the terraces listening to the water cascading from one terrace to another. A bit crowded, as...More
The rice terraces are an amazing sight to see. Something I would never see in the United States. That being said, I wish i would have known that there is lots of walking on steep unpaved paths. I'm glad I wore my tennis shoes but...More
Nice experience and a small hike that you should enjoy. Good experience also for those who have never seen a rice farm and especially the method of rice cultivation practiced in east and southeast Asia.
This spot has been overly highlighted by tourist guide book and travel website, and slowly lost its quiet and relaxing charm. The rice paddy is actually all over the place in Ubud. Most luxury hotels such as Como or Four Seasons will offer you morning...More
Response from MarleseWallis | Reviewed this property |
Hello, yes half a day is enough. You can decide if you want to walk down and up theough the terraces or just look at it from above. There are many swings to choose from, one really close but not that high and then other’s... More
Hello, yes half a day is enough. You can decide if you want to walk down and up theough the terraces or just look at it from above. There are many swings to choose from, one really close but not that high and then other’s high up on the rice paddy.... enjoy!