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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great experience. Walking down the terrace and back up the other side is amazing. Wear shoes as the ground is uneven and wet. Bring small money bills as there are donation areas.

Thank TravelBrianCO
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Nice place, very beautiull places. You need to be in a good shape in order to climb all the roads and paths.

Thank popovm2018
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Reviewed yesterday

Not sure I can describe it it was beautiful. So lush peaceful. I did not get to walk around all of it because of a downpour which can make the stones steps slick. But I thought it was breathtaking, a must do.

1  Thank Julestella
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Reviewed yesterday

Fields are nice but they are bit far from Road. It's always crowded here. We did not enjoy much.Just be careful about where you step/sit when taking picture

Thank BJPee
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I’ve been to this terrace many times before and it never fails to disappoint me!! Gorgeous views. I see they now have a swing and nest for pictures. Kinda ruins it for me but I still recommend because of the views!

Thank 132lisax
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Had a wonderful experience around Ubud booked a full day tour via Destination Asia - our tour guide was Sudarma, absolutely sublime! A wealth of knowledge. And the Tegalalang Rice fields were spectacular!

Thank IrishTravelsAround
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Very nice view and an amazing experience
You better visit in the early morning or at noon, avoid visiting when it’s hot
Wear a comfort clothes and a sport shoes
Take as much tissue as you can, you will sweat a lot
It’s a must to try the swing, they are everywhere

Thank J_mohamed144
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Tegalalang (about 25 min from Ubud) is one of my favorite spots in Bali, and a must do for any first time visitor. It’s hard to beat it at sunrise

Thank JetsetChristina
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great adventure, good to try something completely different. The humid conditions made it slightly sweatier work, but at the same time it was fun, and I relaxed with ice cold coconut water afterwards.

Thank BrianLivvin
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Pros:
- much cheaper than the Bali Swing and still great photos. The Bali Swing is around 450K Rupiah but the Tegalang Swing at the back is only 50K (£2.50). You get buckled in so it's safe and the guy is very friendly and doesnt try and con you. (If you're eating at a restaurant, most of them also have a swing so you can get free time on a swing with your meal)

- the paths are well laid out and not too steep. Some paths are under construction (Nov 2018) but the farmers then point out how to get round and back on the path

- no need to pay to get in. However, there are some parts where there is a farmer asking for 5000 Rupiah or so to pass. If you don't want to pay, just go down another route. 5000 Rupiah is very very cheap though...

- Beautiful platforms throughout the fields to take #instaworthy photos on haha. There is a Titanic ship near the end which is super cheap (10K) if you want a different pic to all the swing pics.

Cons:
- If a man approaches you on the main road trying to help you park, and then claims he wants to give you and him good karma by giving you free tea testers - do not follow. This man leads you to a legit cafe he owns and gives you testers but then pushes you to buy his products. We said no so then he took us back up and told us to remove our bikes form where we parked and kept shouting at us.

- If you park in the space opposite the entrance, you do NOT need to buy the 10K entrance ticket. It's a scam. No one checks tickets etc for entrance and no ticket is needed.

Thank PlaneChica
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