Tegalalang Rice Terrace
When visiting Bali, it's not fair if you just play water on the beach or just run on a stretch of white sand. Let's treat your eyes with this beautiful green view! It's Tegalalang Rice Terrace, this place is a rice field that offers unique and beautiful scenery, different from many rice fields in other cities, these rice fields are designed terracing, thus creating charming green terraces.
Tegalalang Rice Terrace is about 45 kilometers away from Ngurah Rai International Airport and can be reached in around approximately 2 hours if you come from Denpasar. Which is located in Tegallalang Street, Gianyar Bali.
Tegalalang Rice Terraces is very natural, the landscape of terraced rice fields looks like a ladder with paddy plants, this place is also known as Ceking Rice Terrace by locals, because it's located in Ceking, Gianyar. Tegalalang Rice Terraces is now well developed, including Luwak coffee agro-tourism which is now much sought after. In Tegalalang rice terrace special activities are provided for visitors to witness the stretch of rice fields, so you can also capture your moment while on vacation in this place. If you want to take a rest while admiring the beauty of this rice terraces, you can relax at a local restaurant and having lunch or just enjoying a warm cup of tea or coffee and see the beauty nature.
The stretch of rice fields in Tegalalang isn't as large as those witnessed in Jatiluwih Tabanan, however, the view of the rice fields in Tegalalang is more special with slopes, natural stairs, surrounded by rows of palm trees and make it look alike framing the Tegalalang Rice Terrace area. That all are combined harmoniously, looks more beautiful, natural and charming.
Do you want to know more about this rice field in Tegalalang? You can also get even closer to exploring the rice fields, you can know more about irrigation procedures in Bali known as Subak, then know how the farmer process and maintain the farm during their harvest. You can also watch the activities of the farmers as well as take pictures with those who are working on their work or who are looking for grass for their fodder, a number of selfie photo spots are also available there.
Tegalalang Rice Terraces is facing the East, so if you want to take pictures and want to get a more beautiful picture, then visit it when the sun is leaning towards the West and not direct sunlight. Along the way of Tegalalang, there are also many shops displaying various wooden sculpture crafts for souvenir needs, which is the most popular art industry in Bali.
Visiting Tegalalang Rice Terraces is definitely perfect to spoil your eyes and refresh your mind!