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Tegalalang Rice Terrace

#8 of 129 things to do in Ubud Features Animals
| Between Tegalalang and Ubud, Ubud 80517, Indonesia
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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 temperature where most of the villagers as a farmer.
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| Between Tegalalang and Ubud, Ubud 80517, Indonesia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The rices terraces are the perfect thing to take a look at if you want a little bit of culture. You can wander around them freely however its quite busy as its a popular attraction but nevertheless, its a must see during your trip to...More

Thank blakejr80
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is what makes Ubud special,green and serene.Beautiful rice plantation for exercising your shutterbugs . There is a entry fee of around 1USD however it is worth it.

Thank SudiptoDas99
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Just that, a rice terrace, but a nice one if you enjoy them, it's a relaxing spot, even inside the turistic area.

Thank Rachelinwonderland
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It is a nice place to go. But if you go, do it early in the morning, it will still be free and no crowds.

Thank G T
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

beautiful to visit and you get a good sense of the Balinese and there traditions and religion. There are many drivers willing to take you on these tours around bali and the prices are very reasonable.

Thank Amanda h
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This spot is like the important landmark of Bali, went here to start our roadtrip and the view is familiar as you seen them many times in the postcards. The green is good for the eyes, but a little bit confusing where to sit, since...More

Thank Dian F
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Beautifull terrace rice but the down side is the traffic. Unless you have plenty time at hand other wise give it a pass.

Thank JK_guz
Reviewed yesterday

When you look at the photographs in guide books or on the net, these rice terraces appear to be deserted and in the middle of nowhere but sadly, like the Pyramids of Giza are on the outskirts of Cairo, these terraces are adjacent to the...More

Thank Brian E
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We went there as part of our tour and it was fascinating to see how the locals have terraced every possible space for rice growing.

Thank Anne B
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Great opportunity to view working rice paddies from an elevated location. Pleanty of eateries and cafes to take in the view

Thank mcgillgold
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William R
Hello, we're heading to Tegalalang from Seminyak and are excited to hike. Is 2-3 hours sufficient for the hiking? How much in Indonesia cash should we prepare to "donate" at the tolls? What happens if you don't pay? Thank you for your input.
23 May 2017|
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Response from Adriana C | Reviewed this property |
Actually if you go to the other side of the principal terraces (the one you see when you arrive) you have a very nice walk to do, and almost nobody goes there where the terraces are bigger and nicer!... So I really... More
Are there any terraces in Bali without so many tourists? I'm very excited to be going in the summer but I also know that that's when all the tourists come, and I really hate the idea of having to experience 'authentic bali' with people crowding around me shoulder to shoulder. Also, does anyone have any other Bali tips?
13 May 2017|
Response from Jasmin D | Reviewed this property |
You will find rice fields all over ubud mainly but this one is extra made for touristic purposes not for harvesting...but it is very big so u won't bawl the crowdedness of all the tourists
Catherine F
Is there a nice restaurant
1 May 2017|
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Response from thasha b | Reviewed this property |
nope , just small cafes.