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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
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This was actually one of my favorite places throughout my Bali trip. Breathtaking....and all it's beauty. There wasn't very many people out there when I went, which made it peaceful and allowed you to be able to just soak in all the amazement.
It is nature at it's best! The vast green paddy fields and rice growing is a treat to watch. The nicely laid out walking tracks showcase the best of rice cultivation and Bali rural culture! Was a treat to be around!
We hired a driver to take the 2 hour road trip from Ubud to see both the Jatiluwih rice terraces and the Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, which are both reasonably close together. The trip was definitely worth the 2 hours each way on the road....More
This is the one and only rice terrace you want to see in Bali. We spent about an hour because we were running late. It is not commercialized like Tegalalang and it is covers a vast area. This was a highlight of our Bali trip....More
Jatiluwih is the most amazing site to visit and well deserving of its status as a Unesco Heritage Site. The rice fields are immaculately manicured to perfection, an absolute must to visit when in Bali.
I traveled from Ubud with my regular registered driver from...More
Came here with a driver from Ubud, took about 1 hour 30 mins. Incredible scenery. We enjoyed walking amongst the rice fields. Tried to go once before but cloud cover prevented us seeing anything, so glad we returned!
We have been here twice. For the first time it was with the rented motor bike, it took us an hour from Ubud. Second time we went here for photoshooting with a profesional photographer. He took us from another entrance in the behind, there were...More
Weather was not so favorable. Not much of walk but it’s preferable to go in the morning . Too hot in the afternoon.Had a good view of the mountains. There are a lot of paths to choose from. You definitely stop for photographs. Lot of...More
It was just an amazing place to be with vast areas of beautiful rice terraces. I was very glad that I didn’t skip Jatiluwih on my trip. Such a calm and relaxed feeling with bamboo music. Its a must visit place.