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Tegalalang Rice Terrace
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Owner description: 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.
Reviewed July 20, 2014

I always come to Tegalalang anytime I stay overnight in Ubud. I would wake up 5ish AM and then drive to Tegalalang. The Ceking Rice Terraces is still so fresh, the restos and cafes are still closed. It is like you have the whole terraces for yourself. I also never miss to go down to the rice terraces and experience the fresh natural air. Crossing the river, talking to the farmers. Just enjoying the perfect nature!

One of the pictures can be seen in my profile picture!

Thank BardaKusuma
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Reviewed July 20, 2014

We did not walk, but rented a scooter for $5 CDN per day and headed north a 15-20 minute ride to see these outstanding terraced rice paddies. These are the one you would see on travel advertisements. Along the way are many homes of locals. Very cultural drive to see how people live, and other rice paddies are beautiful as well

2  Thank Bryan W
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Reviewed July 19, 2014

Tegallalang rice terrace was very special!! Driver led us down some slippery steps to have a better view at the lower terraces but it was totally worth it. So pretty and magnificent! I expected something similar to the tea or paddy plantations i've seen in Malaysia but this was really something. Some parts have already been harvested but it wasn't bare and brown but still very green!

Would recommend to come here before paddy harvesting period because that's when its the prettiest! :) Would definitely come here again :)

Thank Joan100hihi
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Reviewed July 17, 2014

It is somehow unique as so far this is my first time seeing this.I believe we do not have this in Malaysia.
I went there right after my visit to Kintamani.
Nice capturing some photos with the rice terrace!

Thank bluey_way
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Reviewed July 17, 2014

Rice terrace in Bali is famous for many reasons. It is all about visiting which rice terrace (Pacung, Tegalalang, Jatiluwih, Tampaksiring, etc) that can give you the maximum pleasure to enjoy the scenic views.

I rank Jatiluwih ahead of Tegalalang in 2 simple reasons :
a) Jatiluwih allows you to trek the entire valley (as huge as kilometers end to end) whereas Tegalalang is just one small valley (football size).
b) View of Jaitluwih has a mountain backdrop and this makes Jatiluwih excellent in photo-taking.

Tegalalang is worth visiting as it is strategically located in Ubud, hence for visitors taking a tour to Ubud, it is convenient to stop by as part of the attraction.The plus point is after visiting the rice terrace in Tegalalang, visitors can stop by at "jalan raya tegalalang" where you can shop for handicrafts. This is the reason why I return to Tegalalang.

I was there at Tegalalang at 3.30pm on 11 July 2014. Not crowded at all. It is worth going. The handicraft shops at Jalanraya Tegalalang is very worth to stop over too.

Thank Skerning
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