Terraced rice fields in Tegalalang is an amazing sight and is one of the most popular natural attractions in Bali. This tourist attraction is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites consisting of emerald green fields cultivated by local rice farmers.
Tegalalang terraced rice fields, an agricultural icon on the cliffs of a traditional Balinese village is an ideal place to spend the morning or evening while enjoying the natural tranquility of rural life. Many tours depart from Ubud or other places in southern Bali include visits to terraced rice fields in Tegalalalng along with visits to Ubud Monkey Forest, Puri Ubud, several Balinese Hindu temples, craft villages in Ubud and its surroundings, Sekumpul Waterfalls, coffee plantations and visits to see the still active volcano Mount Batur and Lake Batur in Kintamani.
Tegalalang terraced rice fields is a place that must be visited by photography lovers and first-time visitors to Bali. Don’t forget to bring sunglasses, sunscreen, hat and lots of drinking water because on the trip the temperature can be very hot and humid. A full day tour visiting a number of sites from Ubud can take up to 10 hours.