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Tegalalang Rice Terrace

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Address: | Between Tegalalang and Ubud, Ubud 80517, Indonesia
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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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Beautiful rice terrace where you can explore and take beautiful photographs to show everyone that you are in Bali. Lots of small shops and restaurants line the road side. Visitors... read more

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Reviewed today NEW via mobile

Beautiful rice terrace where you can explore and take beautiful photographs to show everyone that you are in Bali. Lots of small shops and restaurants line the road side. Visitors can get down the rice terraces and explore and meet with farmers working the fields.

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Loved it stunning scenary....worth going all the way to the top...lovely locals on the way up...small donations as u go which is not worth being stingy about as its little to us lots to them and goes to the village

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Thank Kayla H
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The rice fields at Tegalalang are incredible beautiful! Carry water and sun lotion! You can walk around here for hours or you can simply walk a bit down and then up again and make it in 40 minutes or so! Watch your steps!

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Badhoevedorp, The Netherlands
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Busy, but a must when in Bali. You drive past a control post, where you pay 1000 roepies. You can then walk through a large rice patty where everything is still done by hand. Lots of steps. You can have a drink in one of the cafés overlooking the rice field. Lovely!

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Thank valinholland
Greenvale, Australia
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Very busy...leave it as a pass by stop..we went there on a specific visit..but got to visit it also on our e bike trip...which was a better way to visit it

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Thank Meagan C
Crested Butte, Colorado
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We stopped here twice on our way out and back through the town. Just at daybreak it was beautiful! Saw only two other tourists in the fields. Did not realize it was a fee area as there was no one there collecting entrance fees at 6 AM. Perfect time of day to visit, gorgeous morning light and mist; cool enough... More 

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Thank Shannon L
Milton, Canada
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On our guided tour of the Ubud area, my wife and I made our final stop of the day at the rice terraces of Tegalalang, made famous in the Julia Roberts movie Eat, Pray, Love.  The views were stunning, and the place itself was incredibly busy due to its popularity.  But very picturesque!

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Thank Fred G
Epping, Australia
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After reading TripAdvisor reviews we visited by our driver dropping us off at the street level, We enjoyed this rice field from the shops on the edge, we walked down the steps to the shops get the best views and it didn't cost us, oh except buying goods from the local shop owners who were very friendly and took photos... More 

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Chartwell, Gauteng, South Africa
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If you decide to do the trekking, don't forget to take money with for the donation as there are certain points you need to donate to locals. Go right to top and have a coconut at the bar looking down over the rice terrace.

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Thank Jonathan S
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I came here last year, the place look a little bit different. After driving from seminyak to ubud area, i tried to have some quite time with greenery view. Tegalalang located around 3 km from ubud. With rice paddy field stretch along the hill, they stack with some layers. It's unique, they called the system 'terasering'. They offer outdoor activity... More 

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