Kajeng Rice Field
Kajeng Rice Field
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Brad
Hong Kong, China1,73,427 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
This is a rural area north of Jl. Raya Ubud that is within close proximity to the city centre and a convenient opportunity to walk through working rice fields as part of visits to Ubud. In addition to seeing rice paddies and an impressive water irrigation system, there are numerous villas and some neat little coffee shops and cafes built up along the walkways.

We very much enjoyed a morning walking through the Kajeng Rice Fields recently, including a great stop at the cute little place called Brick Wurang where we were served sweet Banana juice drinks and an order of lumpia while enjoying views of the rice fields. Allow at least 1.5 hours to walk the fields and have a cafe stop before returning to the city centre.
Written 18 May 2024
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Emi
Brisbane, Australia1,036 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Solo
I woke up at 6am after flying into Bali the night before. A friend said "If you wake up, get up and go for a walk" I'm not a walker but as she is a Bali regular, I heeded her advice. And I am so so glad I did.

The beautiful hotel (guesthouse) we were staying at is on JL Kajeng so I walked up the street and followed the signs to Sweet Orange Warung.

It is a head spin to see the heaving street that was filled with markets the night before empty with only a few mopeds moving about. It was, initially, terrifying to see these mopeds on the tiny path I was walking on! But the further I walked, the quieter it became.

I did a 2.2km loop past the closed at 6.30am Sweet Orange Warung and back down to Ubud. The path at the end of the walk all but disappeared and I laughed walking over a plank covering where the path was.

But I did it and LOVED it! Would recommend it to anyone else visiting Ubud.
Written 30 January 2024
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cliff1608
305 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2024 • Couples
This is a really nice part of the day tours you can book everywhere in ubud but would definitely recommend visiting early and be prepared for some steps. Very scenic but wasn’t brave enough to try out one of the swings.
Written 17 January 2024
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Ashan Gnanasegaram
Sydney, Australia439 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2023 • Couples
The scenery is beautiful. We did this around sunset one afternoon and it certainly is nice to escape the busy city. However, I do agree with other reviewers in that the constant flow of scooters and motorbikes does ruin the vibe of being out in nature. If I was doing this again I would either do it at sunrise or get out of Ubud completely
Written 4 December 2023
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Mark0vski
Geelong, Australia42 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Couples
We were expecting traditional rice fields that would provide a snapshot of the real Bali. Unfortunately it has been converted into a circus for people who want to take Instagram photos with all sorts of kitchy props. There are heart shapes, platforms, swings and other contraptions every few metres. All you can hear are the squeals and screams as tourists are launched into the air in numerous locations. Might be just getting too old for these sorts of places so we will let the youngsters have a good time and steer clear of the 'main attractions'.
Written 3 October 2023
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varveli
Norwich, UK57 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
We last did this walk in 2019 when we stayed in Ubud prior to Covid and at that time I would have given the walk a 5 star rating but it’s now a totally different experience. I appreciate that paving some of the walkways allows more people who may otherwise find the mud paths hard to negotiate the opportunity to see the area, but during our latest visit we spent the entire time having to move out of the way for the constant steam of mopeds/scooters that were riding around the paths surrounding the fields. It totally spoilt the peaceful walk we had experienced previously and it’s not something that we would choose to do again as it’s lost it’s charm.
Written 1 June 2023
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Miriam H
Zurich, Switzerland62 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023
This used to be a really nice walk, but since the market has moved to Jalan Kajeng and many small shops try to sell their all-the-same stuff, it has become noisy and overcrowded, and I avoid it ever since.

There are plenty of nicer rice field walks where you can truly experience Bali's fascinating agriculture, if you step out of Ubud center and try your luck in one of the villages.
Written 13 March 2023
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YogiOnHoliday
Portsmouth, UK43 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023
This is a very beautiful walk - no more than about 2.5 miles in total. Take it slowly and take in the views, the wildlife - butterflies, ducks, egrets, rice heron, cats etc. Talk to people who live there - maybe a fruit seller, or sarong/drinks seller, and your visit will be enhanced. The way back and down into town is a little tricky unless you are nimble and sure-footed and not recommended in wet weather, but it is do-able. The cafe along the way, the Sweet Orange Warung was a treat, with specialised coffees and warm welcome with gorgeous views. It is easy to do this walk without a guide.
Written 29 January 2023
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BallardBeaver
Seattle858 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023
Once we reached the rice fields area, this was a superb walk with great views and few other people. Pit stop at Sweet zorange arung was also a highlgiht
Written 18 January 2023
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michael d
Newcastle, Australia10 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023 • Family
A lovely walk right in the heart of Ubud. Walk up through the markets on JL Kajeng and turn left. After the sign that says no cars walk another 100m up a hill, then it opens into a fantastic walk in rice fields. Follow it around to the Sweet Orange Cafe for a lovely cool drink and meal. Then its better to turn back towards the markets.
Written 9 January 2023
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