Definitely a must do in ubud but expect lots of tourists in all your photos. You will also need to pay a donation to access most of the trails, however this is definitely worth it. About 20 mins from ubud.
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About Tegalalang Rice Terrace
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We stopped here on a tour, it as such a lovely view. We descended a little and took some lovely photos. The access is a little steep but manageable.
There are so many beautiful rice terraces in Bali; I don't know why this one gets all the attention. It's completely packed with tourists. By mid-day, it's dangerously hot. The terraces are a maze of trails and stairs and it's easy to get lost. The...More
It seemed like a must do according to tripadvisor or other travelling blog. But there are several things that we were not aware, first, rice isn't green the whole year. It grows, it is beautiful and green, just like in the pictures, but then it...More
The terraces are beautiful and the work done by the rice farmers is to be admired to turn such steep valleys into farm land but the number of tourists have turned the place into a circus. It's lost semblance farming and is more like acting.
A good tip for visiting Tegalalang Rice Terrace is to not wear flip-flops or any sort of sandal. Thankfully I'd read a few reviews before visiting so had my trainers on which were handy going up the steep and many steps - and through the...More
Its not exactly like the photos show you, but its not bad either. The place is open and green and worth a site. The place depicts the agriculture of the Balinese people who have a very unique system that is follow since decades