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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
We went about 10.30am in November (low tourist season). Was nice before it got too hot. There wasn’t too many tourists there which was great for photos without people in the background. Sooo many beautiful spots to take photos. There is a free tour guide...More
Visited the rice terrace and went on the swing - fantastic fun! Beautiful views and plenty of ‘spots’ to take stunning photos. Good info about Bali coffee and we were able to sample various coffees/teas.
Best visited early morning. Most amazing footage can be shot here during sunrise (golden hour) Drone footage heaven! Even just to walk the Rice terraces is an amazing experience! Restaurants situated all along the road above the Rice terraces where you can cool off and...More
The rice terraces are beautiful, and it's a bigger area that I was expecting. It's cool to walk up and down the terraces, just be prepared to pay some "donations" here and there. There are also many swings here and it's a good place to...More
We got here by a hired motorbike and stopped by at the road side cafe to admire the rice terrace. My..we were in for a shock. A lemon iced tea was 3 x the normal price. Seriously. It felt bitter.
Tourists were swarming the terraces...More
From an engineering/farming perspective it’s a well constructed. But it is overly commercialised and not grand scale. I would highly recommend a Jatiluwih ahead of here, much grander and more impressive.
Giant swings, coffee tasting, and the panoramic view of the rice paddies can be the most common activity in this side of Bali. Despite the influx of tourists, the experience is still unique to many. We skipped the swing and enjoyed our sip of coconut...More