Snap a few unforgettable images of Bali's landscapes at Tegalalang Rice Terrace, a favorite stop for nature lovers, painters, and amateur photographers. Irrigated by traditional methods, these terraced rice paddies provide sustenance for the local farming population and draw international visitors interested in soaking up some of the timeless Balinese atmosphere. You can also visit a nearby village to pick up a few souvenir carvings and learn about the area's rich artistic heritage. Remember to reward local farmers with a small tip if you ask them to pose for your pictures. For Tegalalang Rice Terrace and beyond, use our Tegalalang online trip maker to get the most from your Tegalalang vacation.
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Tegalalang Rice Terrace reviews
This is one of the more famous rice terraces in and around Ubud. Always full of tourists. Relaxing in the middle of green paddy fields. Enjoy a swing right in the midst of verdant greenery and feel... more »
This place is stunning. The lush grenery of the paddy terrace really makes me calm. No one cannot hate this beautiful mother nature. more »
There is not only one place where you can see these terraces. You see them all over Bali. Choose to visit a not that popular one, in order to get the most out of the experience. more »
During our trip to Bali we hired a personal tour guide to show us around the island and take us to some of the best attractions in the area. During the tour we stopped at the Rice Fields that have multiple photo opportunities, at a cost. Rice is such a great part of their culture, this is something you should pass by to at least see and take a few pictures. For people who love to explore and hike, this is a great attraction to experience and also take some great photos of the beautiful scenery in the area. You can make this a quick stop or you can make this a couple hour stop, just depends on the group and how much you are trying to accomplish in the day.
The best thing about this place is "BALI SWING". Plus you will love to go at the top of this place. For that, you would have to trek a little. The soil is always wet here because you know it's a rice terrace. You can also do sky cycling which is fun and pumps a hell lot of adrenaline inside your body. We loved the simplicity and greenery of this place.
Rightly famous place, though I think there is no more rice being grown there. Pay to get down, then pay to get back up on the other side. Main attraction (besides the beautiful terraces itself) are the infinity swings - including rent-a-dress for a perfect flowing shot. Don’t bother with a tour or guide - just rent a scooter to get there. And please, don’t forget to also enjoy the stunning view.
Came here in the off-season and had a great experience here. It has such a unique natural beauty, and the hike is very scenic and picturesque. Many of the famous postcard shots of Bali are taken here. The entrance price is very cheap, and afterward you can stay as short or as long as you would like. There is not much diversity in the scenery, and I feel that 1-2 hours should be enough to take in most of its beauty.
The landscape and the view are beautiful no doubt. Highly recommend to come here early in the morning or late in the evening to beat the heat. Good attraction for tourist. The swing was awesome, don't miss it!! Greenery view speaks eye-catching photos. Limited parking and you ought to give donation there.
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