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Reviewed June 1, 2019

I visited Tegalalang 15 years back so chose to visit Jatiluwih this time. Though the rice fields are much bigger, I remember Tegalalang to be more picturesque, and of course, much closer to Ubud as well.

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed May 26, 2019

We chose to visit the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces instead of Tegalalang.

Our choice was a good one, and we enjoyed every moment at Jatiluwih. Man continues to use this vast land, for rice cultivation without modernizing and harming nature.

If one loves nature, it is a good place to visit.

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed May 19, 2019

Under the banner of a UNESCO World Heritage site - the very deserving & picturesque Jatiluwih Rice Terraces are a must see when visiting Bali. There are many walking paths (also suitable for cycling) to enjoy the vast landscape of rice terraces. We enjoyed a beautiful & peaceful walk (due to visiting during a quiet period, so having less people on the paths). I would definitely recommend visiting during a quiet time as well as a cooler part of the day to really take in the hard work & serenity achieved here. Don't forget a hat, water & sunscreen plus a camera if you'd like a fantastic scenic photo opportunity.

Date of experience: May 2019
Thank Rhonnie T
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Reviewed May 15, 2019

I was told these were the biggest collection of terraced rice fields in Bali however, I think our tour driver was just looking for somewhere else to take us, other than the Ulun Danu Beraten temple, to fill in his time. The Tegalalang terraces near Ubud are actually steeper, more easily accessible, and more picturesque, but consequently much more crowded. What was good about the terraces at Jatiluwih was that there were a variety of hiking courses running through the fields and, after sitting in a bus or car all day, they made a welcome chance to breathe some real non-air-conditioned air. Worth a visit, but not a special trip.

Date of experience: May 2019
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Reviewed May 15, 2019 via mobile

Designated a UNESCO world Heritage site, advice terraces simply stunning. Green as far as the eye can see in all directions, with various footpaths and trails which are easily navigated. We took the red route which on a hot day was more than enough to give a real feel for the place, and insight into Bali food and culture. This has to be the “must see” of Bali and at a cost of around 100,000 rupiah for two why wouldn’t you do it.

Date of experience: May 2019
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