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Nominated for designation as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Jatiluwih offers a beautiful view of contoured rice terraces irrigated using an impressive communal water system developed by Balinese farmers. The scenic drive through the quaint villages...more
All reviews rice terraces unesco site world heritage farmers working paddy fields fried rice small fee take your time fresh air long drive entrance fee nice view beautiful place worth the trip visit this place day tour take photos
We have visited Tegalalang rice terrace before, Jatiluwih is a lot bigger, flatter compared to Tegalalang and very beautiful as well. It's less touristic, more serene. We went to the restaurant to have young coconut while enjoying the view. It's worth a visit and highly...More
Last year may it rained so we didn't walk around.
Today we walked the short round.
So much better than Ubud and we saw only a few other tourists also thanks for the low season.
After that we visited a small waterfall which i found...More
Honestly I preferred this rice terrace compared to the overrated one at tegalalang. The rice terrace here is an open field, I went early in the morning so the weather was nice & cooling! Good for pictures and beautiful scenery
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces are one of the most beautiful and picturesque places in Bali. We had read reviews of it and the rival Tegalalang Rice Terraces, and decided to venture to Jatiluwih Rice Terraces for it seemed to be better.
In reality, the rice terraces...More
It is a UNESCO heritage sight, acres and acres of rice terraces, they have different route to view the paddy plantation, very closely there is an hour walk or a 5 hour walk, proper pathway between the rice terrace helps one to enjoy the beauty...More
The seasons are reversed in Bali -- when it is summer in the northern hemisphere, it is winter south of the equator. We visited in August and there were days when my wife wanted a light sweater or a windbreaker. In... More
The seasons are reversed in Bali -- when it is summer in the northern hemisphere, it is winter south of the equator. We visited in August and there were days when my wife wanted a light sweater or a windbreaker. In November, it should be very warm and humid. Still, a light raincoat/poncho might come in handy should it rain.