Bali is almost synonymous with pearly beaches and jungle-covered volcanic mountains.
But that’s not all, the island is also packed to the brim with sprawling landscapes punctuated by layers of rice paddies that offer visual treats that captivate even the most apathetic traveler.
Nestled in the verdant valleys of Bali, Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the most popular attractions in Ubud thanks to its photogenic ambiance.
Although the iconic rice paddies are a top tourist destination, Tegalalang gives a glimpse into the traditional Balinese irrigation system that support the livelihood of the locals to this very day.
Read on for a comprehensive travel guide to Tegalalang Rice Terrace.
– Farmer at Tegalalang Rice Terrace
– Sunrise at Tegalalang Rice Field
– Swing overlooking rice fields in Bali
– Green rice fields at Tegalalang, Bali
The island of the gods isn’t just all about beaches and Bintangs. At the heart of Bali lies its lush green rice fields and tranquil scenery.
Don’t miss out on your chance to cross the most famous Ubud rice fields off your bucket list! It’s really easy to get lost, fall in love with your surroundings, and never leave.
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