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Reviewed today

we booked a full day with a driver and we went to see the rice terrace as well. The view was amazing! I also tried the Bali swing and even though I was a bit scared, the experience was amazing. It's a shame not to try it if you are already there.

Thank 379andreeag
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Reviewed today via mobile

Beautiful place.
The walk is a bit tough, but interesting.
Lots of places to have a meal/drink that look out directly on the amazing view.

Thank Connector26887882665
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Reviewed yesterday

A very long days driving through many towns and country side to these remarkable Rice Terraces .
You pay a small amount to enter ,we paid but did not walk as so many tourists.

Thank Julia G
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Was not disappointed when coming here. Expect to pay a donation for entering and if you get photos with the costumes (hat and carriers). Would recommend coming during golden hour for amazing lighting or when it was misty for some great photos.

Thank hs0j
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

if you want to know how rice is grown this is the way very interesting even a t my age i learnt something about rtice i never knew. very interesting for all ages yo look at. great for school age children as well leatning about the way they gros and harvest it mt hand.

Thank debbiefW269BL
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Reviewed yesterday

Went on a great day tour with a super nice guide, knew exactly where to go and where to stop for pictures.We did a nice long walk on a trail up and down the hills for about an hour. Every angle a very memorable experience, turn every change of light and the rain made this a very memorable experience, worth the trip of course

Thank Ikemx
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Reviewed yesterday

Great views - zip line across the valley and swing for the brave !
Stairs and uneven terrain, so wear good sandals

Thank Fiona B
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We were brought here by a friend living in Bali, but little did we expect this!
This site is a spectacular testimonial to nature and human ingenuity. An ecosystem of rice paddies built into hills with spring water filtered through a complex irrigation system. Something to behold!
The Tegallalang rice terraces is a photographers paradise...

Also, try the swing for exhilarating experience! Bucket list must!

Thank GaryOhhhh
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Simply stunning is all I can say. Definitely worth a visit and you won’t be disappointed. You can walk around and view the lay out. It’s very cleverly done. You can also view it from above whilst having a coffee.

Thank dawnd2112
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Reviewed yesterday

Yes, there are rice fields and yes, they are beautiful. However, something is taken away from it all when you're walking through some farmers field who has installed a huge swing or a big "I Love Bali" sign jus for tourists.

I guess it's just part of the times we live in to assume all attractions will be geared towards Instagram but that doesn't mean I have to like it.

Tons of tourists walking around, tons of coffee shops, swings, etc. I'd recommend going super, super early morning, like 6am, and get out of there quick.

Wear comfortable shoes as it is quite muddy. Motorbike parking is free, entrance is 10,000 per person (about $.65 cents) and you may have to give another 10k to a farmer here or there to walk through his field.

All in all a good visit but think you could find other places just as beautiful without all the tourists.

Thank WhatDoesntSuck
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