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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
Little overrated but still fun! We still did the Swing and it was fun with a great view over the Rice Terrace. But we had to wait for 20 minutes to get on the swing.
After that we did the Coffee tour, which was nice....More
We came here as part of a self planned tour of Ubud’s surrounds. Our driver took us to a rice terrace which was actually the aloha Bali swing so we suggested this place as it was close by and closer to what we wanted to...More
Everyone was making fun of me because I wanted to leave our hotel to visit the rice terraces at 5:30 AM. So I decided to loosen up a bit and we left our hotel at 6:15. We arrived around 6:45 or 7. Big mistake. The...More
This is 40mins drive from Ubud center and the view on the way is mesmerizing. The street from where the entrance to the rice terrace starts is filled with shops. It has many restaurants, just hop in to any place you like. Every eatery had...More
It was rather busy with tourists, and the terraces were not being farmed when we were there (I guess they rotate the fields, and fair enough!), but we quite wanted to show our son the farming aspects.
There were also the swings available (perhaps fun...More
Great views and very impressive. Best to go before or after the midday heat. The best natural views and sounds are actually on the far side and around the corner to the right, where it is more natural. The most comical and annoying sights will...More
We enjoy the beauty of the rice fields and stopping there for lunch or just a cup of coffee. The landscaping the terrain of the rice fields are just spectacular to look at knowing that this system has been practiced for hundreds of years.
The terraces are lovely. Make sure you wear shoes or trekking sandals that can get wet. We walked up and down the terraces which are muddy in parts. We saw beautiful flowers, many ducks, people harvesting rice and of course, beautiful scenery. We saw rice...More