Rice fields in Bali

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Rice fields in Bali

Exploring the rice fields in Bali can be as enjoyable as going to the beach, but with the plus of being in a very peaceful place surrounded by splendid nature.

One of the many rice fields in Bali

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That’s what Bali is about: splendid nature. We came to this beautiful island seeking a place where we could recharge our batteries after very dynamic weeks in China, and where Noah could enjoy everything that nature can offer. Bali was the right place, and the rice terraces were on our list of things to visit.

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There were many we could’ve visited, but as we were feeling lazy on the island we decided to go to the easily reachable ones.

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Our experience visiting the rice fields in Bali

Ubud, our first stop on the island, has one of the biggest rice fields in Bali. Well, to be precise it’s in Tegallalang, which is about a half hour drive from central Ubud.

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As it is one of the major ones and easily accessible you might expect a lot of visitors, but even so, you can enjoy nature in its purest sense as well as getting a dose of tranquility (just disturbed by noisy tourists every now and then).

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A lot of artists also seem to go there to create beautiful paintings with the rice field as a model, but more common are the visitors wanting to take the best clear shots of the green fields. The slopes across the valley, the workers taking care of the fields, the woven hats of the locals … Anything can help visitors create beautiful pictures and paintings.

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This was no different for us.

Apart from Tegallalang, there were two other rice fields on the island that we visited and that helped us fulfil this need to be in touch with nature. Those were in Gunung Kawi Temple and Jatiluwih.

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Those rice fields in Gunung Kawi Temple are not that big, but just as beautiful 🙂

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Gunung Kawi Temple, one of the most important rice fields in Bali

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Jatiluwih are the biggest rice fields in the island.

Jatiluwih, the biggest rice terrace in Bali

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Our recommendation is therefore always to ask for a driver who can take you to temples, mountains and rice fields in Bali. You won’t regret it.

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