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Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Jatiluwih’s beautiful rice terraces are a UNESCO World Heritage site, and much quieter than Tegalalang Rice Terrace
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Driver was fantastic, great English and informative. All the destinations were great as well, a good slice of Bali. Fully recommend.
Cam W
Jana was our driver for the day. He had such great energy and was so accommodating. We started the day with a hike to the Sekumpul waterfall. Definitely bring water shoes or sandals because you’ll need them to cross the river to reach the waterfalls. Also, there are a lot of stairs so bring plenty of water for the trek back up. The waterfalls are amazing and beautiful so it was totally worth the climb. Then we dropped by Ulun Danu water temple and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces. The Rice Terrace alone was worth the trip. It was so beautiful. A great itinerary overall and totally recommend the trip.
Leslie
I had a great trip with Goodall Bali Driver yesterday. I visited the Sekumpul waterfall, Jatiluwih rice fields and Ulun Danu Water Temple. Each place was stunning and I created wonderful memories there that I will cherish forever. The driver was very knowledgeable and we had great chats 👍🏻 The only thing I can fault is that for $165 Australian dollars I did expect that entry to the three destinations would be included in the price. Bring with you money for entry and for food as it is not included.
Eloise Kirk

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What are Jatiluwih rice terraces?
Jatiluwih rice terraces are a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Bali, Indonesia. The terraces are known for their magnificent beauty, unique irrigation system, and Balinese culture reflected in the rice fields. These rice terraces are located in the Tabanan Regency and cover an area of around 600 hectares.
How were the Jatiluwih rice terraces formed?
The Jatiluwih rice terraces were formed through thousands of years of hard work by the Balinese people, who developed a complex irrigation system to control the water flow through the rice paddies. This intricate system of irrigation and water management has enabled the rice farmers to grow rice crops in the terraced fields for generations.
What is special about the Jatiluwih rice terraces?
The Jatiluwih rice terraces are known for their unique beauty, which has earned them the title of being one of the most beautiful rice terraces in Bali. The landscape is shaped by the intricate irrigation system that channels water down the slopes and fields, creating layers of green terraces. The terraces also provide a beautiful backdrop for the daily life of the Balinese people, who have cultivated the fields for generations.
What can visitors do at the Jatiluwih rice terraces?
Visitors to Jatiluwih rice terraces can enjoy a scenic walk along the terraces, admire the beautiful views of the surrounding hills, and learn about the unique irrigation system used in the rice fields. Visitors can also join a guided tour to explore the different parts of the rice terraces and learn about the history and culture of the local people. You can also cycle here to explore the rice terraces better, and get closer to nature.
What is the best time to visit Jatiluwih Rice Terraces?
The best time to visit Jatiluwih Rice Terraces is during the dry season, which runs from April to October. This is when you can enjoy clear skies and pleasant temperatures, perfect for exploring the terraces and taking photographs.
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