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Tegalalang Rice Terrace

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Address: | Between Tegalalang and Ubud, Ubud 80517, Indonesia

Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the famous tourist objects in Bali...

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 temperature where most of the villagers as a farmer.

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I love the view and experience. I climb down to the rice terrace and it was exciting. The view is really good for taking nature-like photos. Love it, it's just that you have not... read more

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have nothing against this place, its good looking, but the nothing special. Its a normal paddy field which the have turned into tourist spot. You are paying ticket money for stopping your car & taking few pictures. In fact the rice terrace in Guilin China is way more stunning.

Thank Debamalya D
Singapore, Singapore
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I love the view and experience. I climb down to the rice terrace and it was exciting. The view is really good for taking nature-like photos. Love it, it's just that you have not many things to do there.

Thank Angelineov
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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We approached into the terraces from the opposite side, not the usual side packed with other tourists (from what I remember it's next to the coffee plan something and later we realized that road is for trekking purpose). Hence there's not many people which was easy for us to take some photos without tourist in the background ^^. The terraces... More 

Thank maiminht
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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It is so nice to see farmers in the rice field. They were so old & sweet, just absolutely broke my heart. Please give some money to people you want to take a photo of or with. 20K may be the change in your pocket, but makes a huge difference to these people! Be generous!

Thank Rola D
Tallinn, Estonia
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

There are tons of rice fields in Bali, but Tegalalang is one of the nicest. Take your time and take a walk between these terraces - really nice views from different angles. And don't forget to take your camera with you.

Thank VAH0
Hong Kong, China
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We made a quick stop here for a photo op. It was beautiful. Def something to see if you are in Ubud.

Thank Sk8nsnogrl
Nusa Dua, Indonesia
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5 reviews
Reviewed yesterday NEW

The rice terrace is a must see in Bali but honestly the view from the street was enough, walking through didn't change the view of the terrace, if you have a camera with a decent zoom lens you can get all the shots you want from the street. I was disappointed many times on this attraction. We paid to get... More 

Thank jodimellott
Charlotte, North Carolina
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Pictures does not do this place justice! Beautiful scenery - we stopped by while touring the outer spots in Ubud. A must see.

Thank 13AM81
Gold Coast, Australia
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You can't go to Ubud and not see the rice terraces, but everyone else does the same so there are tourists everywhere. We stayed out of town and walked to a track off the side of the road which brought us into the terraces from the opposite side to all the other tourists, which was definitely worthwile as we saw... More 

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Sydney, Australia
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Went here for a second time. Great to see as heritage listed. This time guide took us to the other side and we walked up and over other side. Could easily spend a few hrs there. The walk up and over is moderately stressful. Not good if impaired in anyway.

Thank jenny c

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