Ubud Kajeng Rice Fields Walk

Ubud Kajeng Rice Fields Walk

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Jack S
2 contributions
Sep 2022 • Friends
Now overdeveloped, too commercial, too busy with motorbikes. Was a Hugely charming area for walking with one or two spots for a coconut water and chat with a farmer. Lost its charm. Only quiet at 5am or when it’s pouring rain. One of my long time favorite stretches of rice fields is now a zero lot line villa development for foreigners who didn’t build in the style of this area. Constant construction noise. If you are looking for pastoral and quiet and authentic — Much nicer rice field walking in areas a bit further north in ubud or Tegallalang.
Written 12 November 2022
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juliewilson62
Lytham St Anne's, UK137 contributions
Nov 2022 • Couples
My husband enjoyed walking around rice fields very much . Mela served me with my wonderful Late, she was very polite and friendly . You can ride on the swings over the rice fields . Would highly recommend you come here for a visit.
Written 3 November 2022
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Joe
Budapest, Hungary3,298 contributions
Nov 2021 • Friends
Ubud rice field walks are some of my favourite things to do in Bali, and the Kajeng rice fields fall into this category.

Basically it is a short to medium distance walk through the rice fields, where you get to see a less touristy and developed side of Ubud. The walk took around 90 mins and that was at a casual pace. I suggest going in morning or dusk as its baking hot during the day time.

Along the way you’ll see the green rice fields, local people working, and lots of coconuts. Its easy to follow as you just need to walk in a straight line more or less.

This is a great way to spend a couple of hours in Ubud. When you are finished you end at PYRAMIDS OF CHI Just get a Grab or Gojek taxi back to wherever you want
Written 15 October 2022
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JobieOneCojone
Manchester, UK124 contributions
Oct 2022 • Couples
Nice surprise. We actually just stumbled across it. Some reviews talk of a bridge past the luxe hotel but we couldn’t find it and so turned back. Follow the signs for the sweet orange cafe (and stop there too as it’s great).
Written 13 October 2022
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darrylw01
Adelaide, Australia244 contributions
Aug 2022
We’ve done this walk so many times and loved it that I just had to leave a review so that others might have the same chance. The walk starts by walking up Jl Kajeng from the main Jl Raya Ubud (look for the hand written tiles and stones in the roadway) and continuing until the road turns into a wide pathway from where cars can no longer proceed. The path goes gently uphill until you literally pop out in the spectacular scenery of the rice fields. Once past Luxxe Hotel there are a couple of narrow culverts above the creek to negotiate, and then as you cross over a small foot bridge, turn left to start making your way in the opposite direction, weaving past the multitude of yoga joints, art studios, accommodation and small warungs, until eventually you end up bac in Jl Raya Ubud and a left turn to get you back to the start. All up, it’s about 4.6km of mostly flat easy walking, some gentle uphill, the narrow culverts (see pics) and about 10 high steps up after turning left from the footbridge back to the main path. Best early morning as some areas are exposed to direct sunlight, but we’ll worth the effort.
Written 14 September 2022
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Bernhard L
Vienna, Austria212 contributions
Aug 2022
Although more and more constructions seem to impact those ricefields, walking through them is still a nice and peaceful experience. I highly recommend the Kajeng rice fields and avoid Tegalalang ...
... for more spectacular and untouched rice fields, head to the northern parts of Bali (Munduk area).
Written 2 September 2022
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lainey007
Perth, Australia308 contributions
Aug 2022
I loved this walk, it was lovely to get amongst the rice fields so close to the centre of Ubud. I recommend stopping at the Sweet Orange Warung for drink or a meal on the ways it’s lovely 😊 it’s a bit challenging initially with steep steps, after the Initial steps it’s flat most of the way
Written 29 August 2022
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Rosemary C
Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia57 contributions
Jul 2022
This walk is lovely once you leave behind the hussle and bustle of Ubud and the motorbikes and tourists. Further along the path, there are some lovely rice farms, original houses and then a winding path leads down to cross the river to return to Ubud via a different track.
Written 22 August 2022
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BrakelSyl
Eindhoven, The Netherlands2,476 contributions
Jun 2022
We do this walk since 10 years, and regret the continuous building in the ricefields. But it still remains our favourite place in Ubud, as there is always a breeze, and you can do such a lovely walk there. Some write the path stops, but that is not true, you can walk from Jl. Kajeng (or better you start at the right sight of Puri Museum Lukisan) and then all the way to a small bridge, there you turn left, and then you come back along Cafe Pomegranate. Some parts have steep egdes, but it is really lovely. This year we stayed at Sweet Orange Pondok for 4 nights, an absolute gem in this area, it's a warung but also a small boutique hotel. Just go there, it's lovely!
Written 16 August 2022
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Kalkan White
Kalkan, Turkey7,035 contributions
Aug 2022 • Couples
We actually did this whole walk by accident on a walk to look at a possible AirBNB property. The walk starts at the side of Starbucks & once you escape the souvenir sellers, you get a peaceful walk up to the beautiful rice terraces. Sweet Orange warung is conveniently situated have way round for a drink or meal. Great thing to do for a couple of hours.
Written 1 August 2022
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