Amazing place Take your time to walk in the rice terrasse : min 1h30 See the farmer working and take pictures Have a lunch there are good restaurants for fair prices
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A must visit if you're planning to come to Bali. The rice field terraces here is much bigger and larger than in Tegalalang. There is entrance fee IDR 15,000 (1 Euro) if you're going to do trekking/cycling along the terraces. Very peaceful and relaxing place.
We were very admired by the green scenery of the huge ricefield. Driving up and down passing thousands of beautiful terracing of the ricefield, never felt bored and felt like in different planet. Heaven! This is one thing you should while in Bali
Must-go UNESCO world heritage site. Properly maintained and well worth the drive. Spend some time for trekking and lots of photos
Pure zen, absolutely breathtaking, just incredible. Wow! If you are thinking about a trip to Jatiluwih but remain hesitant because of the distance, know that you will be so happily rewarded by viewing these terraces and walking its trails. Truly amazing and definitely beyond comparison...More
Jatiluwih is a Unesco site and protected. It consists of different subak group and the paddy fields are owned by different people or banjar. To entre the area, we have to purchase a ticket, Rp. 15,000 for Indonesian and Rp. 40,000 for foreigners plus Rp....More
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Jatiluwih rice field consists of more than 600 hectares of rice fields that follow the topography of the hills that flow in the mountains Batukaru. You will find the largest and most beautiful rice paddies in Bali and possibly...More