You’ve seen Bali’s charming towns, incredible surf, and unique nature, but is that all? Of course not! Bali is also home to iconic rice terraces, and many of these are open to visits from the public. A visit to one of these rice terraces is a great opportunity to immerse yourself more in Bali’s culture, get to know the locals, and gain further respect for this gorgeous country.
The Tegallalang Rice Terrace is located in Ubud, one of the most beautiful regions on the island. In Ubud, you’ll find rainforests, ancient temples, and, of course, the famous rice terraces! It seems as if no matter where you go in Ubud, you’re never too far from a stunning view of criss-crossed green rice terraces.
Using a system known as subak, the Balinese have perfected the process of growing rice over a period of centuries. The production of rice has literally shaped the landscape of Bali, and subak remains a sustainable and effective way of keeping the rice crops watered and healthy.
There’s no limit to the amazing experiences you can have in Ubud! From drinking Luwak coffee, which comes from cat droppings (really!) to chasing waterfalls and following in the footsteps of history, this island town is ready and waiting for you to fall in love with it.
If you’re ready to experience the Tegallalang Rice Terrace for yourself, head over to TourRadar to plan the trip of a lifetime to this gorgeous Balinese region! We’re sure you can’t wait much longer to start exploring.
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