Tegalalang Rice Terrace

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Points of Interest in Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Opening introduction Explore the mystifying jungles of the village to have the up and close feel of beauty around you. Indulge yourself in activities like taking a cycling tour and get awestruck by the view. Every part of the village is equally enticing so make sure to click a lot of photos.

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Tegalalang Cycling Tour

If you don’t want to be jam-packed in a tour bus for hours, then doing a Cycle tour through the Tegalalang Rice paddy field is the best idea. You can take a bicycle on lease or reserve a cycle at various suppliers. Along with cycling and enjoying the surroundings you can also stop by and have a word with friendly locals of the village. You might get to know interesting stories or incidents about the culture and people of their region. You can also book a cycling guide who will keep guiding you in the plantation and jungles of the island as it's always worth taking a scenic route.

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Tegalalang Rice Terraces Cafes

It is natural to become tired after sightseeing and hiking and what is better than a brewed cup of coffee not only to quench your thirst but also to enliven your mood and spirit. The Cafes overlooking the rice terraces are a must visit place for this purpose and to get some amazing pictures worth uploading on social media. These rooftop cafes provide some authentic balinese cuisine and tempting brews that’s why it is famous among both travelers and locals.

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Tegalalang Rice Terraces Swing

Your trip will be scrappy if it doesn’t include the Tegalalang Rice Terraces Swing. Enjoy the view in a tropical state of mind and swing through life from The Tegalalang Rice Terraces Swing. Don’t forget to get some stunning instagrammable pictures. Record moments of a lifetime by paying some extra bucks. There are some other swings like the nest type swing. No matter whichever swing type you choose, what you surely get is the panorama view of the whole rice paddy fields from the top which is totally worth the shot. Give your life a push and hang on these Swings.

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What To Expect At Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Rice paddies dotted all around you, this is what you will see when on the Tegalalang Rice Terrace. You can take different routes to the rice terrace. While some may go through shops the others go through cafes. Two very famous spots for clicking pictures are the Tegalalang Rice Terraces Swing and ‘I Love Bali’ sign. After spending some time at the terrace go for tasting some authentic Bali cuisines and coffee at the cafes located at the front of stunning rice fields. Sit at the Balcony and enjoy your meal by the view.Watch the farmers at the field and get lost in the serenity and good vibe around you.

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Essential Information
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Location : Jalan Raya Tegalalang, Tegalalang village, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561, Indonesia

Timing : Open 24 hours

How to Reach:

  • By Flight: Get a flight to the only airport of Bali, Denpasar from where you can get a cab which will take 2 hours to reach Ubud the homeland of Tegalalang rice terrace. It will cost you something between IDR 18,97,185 to IDR 28,45,723.

  • You can easily avail scooters which cost roughly around IDR 1,20,000 from Ubud and drive to the terrace enjoying the journey. Apart from scooters one can also take ride of minivans which are very cheap for travelling in groups.

Best time to visit: The best months suggested to visit the Tegalalang Rice Terraces in Ubud are April, May, June and September as these are the months the fields are at their greenest. Also, early morning is the best time to explore the field to avoid the Bali heat and witness the dazzling sunrise amidst the lush greenery.

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Tegalalang Rice Terrace Tickets FAQs

What is the best time to visit the rice terrace?

April, May, June and September are the best time to visit as the rice terraces are at their greenest in these months. Also, sunrise and sunsets are the best time to visit the rice terrace as to avoid the scorching sun as well overcrowding of places by tourists.

How much time will it take to cover the trip?

It takes somewhere about 30 to 90 minutes to cover the trip to the rice field. If you take short walks you can cover the trip under 30mins but if you are someone who wants to completely explore then it might take you around 90 mins.

What to carry before going on this trip?

Things that you must carry with you when going for this trip are:

  • a refillable water bottle,

  • high SPF sunscreen as the sun can get red hot

  • Sunglasses

  • You can also keep the hat handy, not only it will give protection against the sun but will also give your pictures a trendy look.

Is it worth visiting the Tegalalang rice terrace when visiting Bali?

Yes, your Bali itinerary will be scrappy if it misses the Tegalalng rice terrace in Bali because it has a lot to offer. From emerald green scenic locations and terraced mountains to rejuvenate to authentic cuisine and picturesque locations to have the instagrammable pictures. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life and visit Tegalalang Rice Terrace.

Why is Tegalalang Rice Terrace so famous?

Tegalalang rice paddies are situated in a valley that offers an exceptional panoramic view over the terraces and the surrounding green landscape. Along with those of Pejeng and Campuhan villages, the Tegalalang rice fields form the three most impressive terraced landscapes in the Ubud region.

What are the best things to do in and around the Tegalalang Rice Terraces?

  • Get clicked at the tourists’ favorite picturesque location, the ‘I love Bali’ sign

  • One of the best activity to do around Tegalalang Rice terrace is doing a Cycling tour

  • Taste the highest quality vegan chocolate named ‘Elevated cacao’ made with love by the locals of Ubud, Bali.

  • Witness the sunrise and how it gives rich green hues to the rice paddies all along.

  • Let all your tension wash away at the Angseri Hot spring, a water pool one of its kind.

  • Try Farm Expedition in Jatiluwih Green Land in Bali

  • Soothe your soul while trekking at elevations of the rice field and breathe in the fresh air

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