About Tegallalang Rice Terrace

Tegallalang Rice Terrace, is a famous tourist spot, offering a variety of activities amidst a lush backdrop. This rice field is a popular stopover spot for tourists who want to admire nature's beauty while taking photos with the Tegallalang rice field as a backdrop. Admire the green plantations spread throughout the sloppy areas that create the look of the terraced fields with mesmerising beauty. The natural expanse of coconut trees surrounding the rice fields enhances the beauty of the scenery.

They are also a must-see when it comes to the extraordinary surrounding views of rice fields. The views are all encircled by nature's beauty, with green lands spreading everywhere, offering the soothing sound of water from the river and a cool breeze that will make you want to relax in nature. At the Tegallalang Rice Terraces, you can take a short trek down to this rice field and observe and interact with farmers working in the fields. This is an ideal location for all nature lovers to visit because it is guaranteed to make your nature tour more pleasurable.

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  • The Ubud Monkey Forest features an abundance of monkeys that you can feed from as close as 2 feet

  • Witness the architectural beauty of the Elephant Cave sanctuary built in the 9th century and visit the neighboring villages famous for their artisan crafts

  • Soak in the lush green beauty of the Tegalalang Rice Terrace and click memorable pictures

  • Get to swing high on the famous "Bali Swing" all the while soaking in the beauty of this tropical paradise

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Points Of Interest

The Tegallalang Rice Terraces are a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The fields are cut out in a unique terraced pattern along the hillsides, giving the entire area a majestic pattern that is truly a visual delight. Interact with local farmers, cycle through the farmlands, admire the scenery from the swing, or take a coffee break at a local cafe to learn more about Balinese cultural heritage.

Tegallalang Cycling Tour
Tegallalang Cycling Tour

Discover the natural beauty of Ubud's Tegallalang Rice Terrace by cycling through the lush green lands of Bali. Rent a bicycle from local kiosks, available in bulk in the area. Enjoy the area's fields, rivers, and numerous plantations and farmlands to enjoy more and more of the lush green natural beauty.

You can also stop by and talk to some of the very friendly farmers who work in the paddy fields and get to know about their culture and lifestyle. On your ride stop by some of the local cafe’s, offering Aisana and fusion cuisine. Recharge and complete your cycle ride with a smile and relaxing mind.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces Cafes
Tegallalang Rice Terraces Cafes

Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud has several local cafes and small food and beverage outlets spread across the land areas. Take a break and enjoy the scenic views of the area while enjoying a hot cup of brew at various Tegalalang Rice Terrace Cafés, offering delicious local delicacies.

These cafe’s are renowned for their Asian and fusion cuisines, made with fresh ingredients, and served in a refreshing atmosphere.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces Swing
Tegallalang Rice Terraces Swing

Swing high on the Tegallalang Rice Terraces Swing for a bird's eye view of the surrounding greenery. The rice terraces have swings installed in the area, and you can ride on them to get unobstructed views of the scenic landscape from a high vantage point.

You can take some amazing photos from the swings, which are perfectly positioned to get the green natural backdrop. Witness a sparkly waterfall and enjoy the soothing sound of water falling

What To Expect At Tegallalang Rice Terrace

  • Bali is famous for its sparkly beaches and jungle-covered steaming volcanic mountains, but it is also a beautiful island with sprawling vegetation punctuated by layers of rice paddies that captivate every nature lover. Tegallalang Rice Terrace, nestled in Bali's verdant plains, is one of the most popular attractions in Ubud due to its photogenic ambience and charm.
  • The beautiful green rice paddies stretch on for what seems like an eternity, creating a truly breathtaking sight for visitors to explore. Although the iconic rice paddies are a popular tourist destination, Tegallalang provides a glimpse into the traditional Balinese irrigation system that continues to support the locals' livelihoods every day.
  • Expect to get sweaty on the Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud, as you'll be climbing up and down the terrace on narrow, and grassy paths, getting a little muddy on the way. Water can be seen running through the rice paddies in narrow channels between the terraces and down through the raw earth.
  • As a result, the ground is soft and muddy; take care and don’t slip inside one of the paddies! However, the location is cool and breezy enough to stop and take some amazing photos. Also, bring water and sunscreen with you when hiking through the fields to avoid any kind of tan.

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  • The Tegallalang Rice Terrace in Bali is only a short distance north of Ubud.

  • Renting a scooter is the most cost-effective way to get to the paddy fields.

  • If you're familiar with the twisty, narrow, and busy Indonesian roads, you can also rent a car or taxi. Alternatively, hiring a driver may be the best option.

  • Take a walk; depending on where you stay in Ubud, it takes between 5 and 20 minutes to reach the Tegallalang Rice Terraces.

Tegallalang Rice Terrace FAQ’s

What is the best time to visit the rice terrace?

    The Tegallalang Rice Terrace in Ubud is best visited in the early mornings around 8 am. The morning rays of sunlight reflecting off the vegetation cast a striking hue across the entire region, and the weather just perfectly complements the trip to relax and enjoy nature.

    Furthermore, the months of April, May, June, and September are ideal for visiting Tegallalang Rice Terrace. This is when the place is free of the holiday crowds, allowing you to enjoy the beauty in its most pristine and lush state.

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