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Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

This is awesome landscape. Amazing rice cascade with palm and other three, with small river through field. You got many terrace bar with awesome view and you can drink cold drink, or coffe or eat and enyoj! You must see this rice field.

Thank Nesvil
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Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

It would be stunningly beautiful without the whole tourist-trap-business around it... Unfortunately, the hordes of tourists in combination with a whole lot of sellers drove us away really quickly.

Thank Pam E
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Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

Tegalalang rice terraces used to be a nice place where you coul go and enjoy a piece of this beautiful country,Bali. In the past you could go there and browse the terraces, take picture for a small cash amount with the workes there....nowadays this place turned to be a business place crowded with tourists and occupied by greedy locals.

You can find a small stands on every 200m with a local man or woman asking you to give them “a donation” BUT they tell you right way that you cant give them less than 2000IRD and they are forcing you to pay at each stand. If you want to go there and dont want to pay on each station just dont do it. You can just pay at the first stand so they will let you inside the rice fields and then you can refuse to pay on the other stands( unless you really want to, of course ). They also put stations with swing over the terraces, also for money. Same with some assigned picture taking spots - they will not let you in unless you pay.
This place turned into a huge business and totally ruins the authentic experience. If you want to go to some more peaceful place and enjoy just choose other smaller terraces that are not so popular with tourists.

Thank Kangaroo1234
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Reviewed 2 May 2018 via mobile

The terraces are stunning worth the visit but the locals hassling people for mandatory donations are just rude. I don't expect it to be free so paying something to see the terraces isn't a problem but being told to pay 3-4 times is a problem. On the third time we had to pay One of the men taking donations elbowed me in the ribs because my contribution wasn't big enough. Simple solution would be to charge people a small fee at the beginning and split the earnings between the owners of the terraces. It means the people taking donations don't have to get annoyed about small donations, visitors don't get annoyed about having to pay 3/4 times and people won't feel like this place is just a big scam. If your in Ubud, there are amazing rice terraces right behind the main street no one will hassle you, there's less tourists and it's super nice.

Thank Alan O
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

This place is so beautiful. The way they have created rice fields is amazing and it feels so refreshing.

Thank ZainHaider7
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