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Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Beautiful Rice Terrace in Ceking, Tegalalang, Ubud, Bali

Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a famous tourist attraction for the beauty of its terraced rice fields, located in Ceking, Tegalalang, Ubud, Bali. many tourists who travel to Ubud stop by this place to witness the beautiful views of verdant terraced rice fields or have lunch at the restaurant while enjoying the beautiful views of the terraced rice fields. located in the village of Ubud, which is located in the cool hilly area of ​​Central Bali, has a lot to offer tourists and travelers alike. One of the most spectacular rice fields in Ubud is the Tegallalang area, only about a few minutes' drive if you are in Ubud.

The surrounding gorge filled with rice fields over the years has attracted many photographers who have captured their images on film and photographs. There is no cost for this adventure, no opening hours just another great thing you can do while visiting Ubud. Ubud Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the tourist icons in Ubud Bali. Ubud rice fields are very beautifully designed with beautiful curves of the rice fields and precisely on the edge of a hill. In this place, you will see Balinese farmers working their rice fields in a sloping area complete with irrigation systems.

Noted as one of the best rice fields in Bali, Tegalalang has a neat terraced architecture. In addition, the cool air and green rice will bring coolness to every visitor. Tegalalang rice fields are also overgrown with coconut trees which add to the aesthetic value of this place. You can come here at any time, whether the rice fields are planted, plowed or harvested. The view will not disappoint. When the rice turns yellow, the exoticism of Tegalalang Rice Field is even more perfect. Like other rice fields in Bali, Tegalalang is also familiar with subak. Subak is a local community organization in charge of regulating the irrigation system for rice plants. Most of the terraced rice fields in Bali have been made since hundreds of years ago. The Balinese people currently maintain and care for the rice fields as a cultural heritage