Tegalalang Rice Terrace (Ubud, Bali)


Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one Bali’s most famous tourist attractions. Located north of Ubud at 600 m above sea level the air is cool, however down in the valley it gets really hot and humid. From the top of the road, you get stunning panoramic views of the terraces, which is an irrigation system called Subak dating back to the 8th century.First published June 2016 – Rewritten 2018 // Contains affiliate links.The drive up from central Ubud took us about 20 minutes on a motorbike and is mostly straightforward. So even if you’re not the most experienced on a motorbike you should be fine. As with anything in Ubud I would recommend going as early as you can manage before the tourist buses start pouring in at around 11 am. There is something magical about being there all alone as the sun rises and the temperature is still somewhat low. Don’t stop at the first sight of a parking, go a little further and see if you can find a spot a bit away from the crowds. There’s a small entrance fee of 10k Rp. per person and when crossing some of the bridges and pathway you are encouraged by the locals to make a small donation. We paid 40k in total for the whole visit, which is less than 4 dollars. You’ll also find some small stalls scattered throughout the terraces, selling cold drinks and an array of knick-knacks. Read more: https://www.sunshineseeker.com

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