Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Bali

Jatiluwih rice fields cover many highland villages in West Bali, which are famous for their dramatic and truly exotic scenery.

This site is one of the natural panoramas to be seen on the island which is equivalent to Mount Batur and Kintamani Caldera. The cool highlands with comfort away from the hustle and bustle of the crowds in southern Bali and accompanied by stunning village scenery located at the foot of Mount Batukaru create the opportunity to capture beautiful photographs, and can also dipfungksikan as a resting place.

After being announced as a UNESCO Cultural Heritage, the rice fields lined up in Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Bali consist of more than 600 hectares of rice fields that follow the topography of the hills flowing from the majestic Batukaru mountains. This is well managed by a traditional water management cooperative known as 'subak', dating from the 9th century.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Bali which is located at an altitude of around 700m above sea level in Penebel district in Tabanan Regency, if you want to visit this tourist area and if you are in the South Bali region like Denpasar and Kuta, you need approximately 2 hours.

If you want to plan a full day trip in the western Bali region, usually Jatiluwih is included as the main attraction along with other important spotlights in the region, such as the Batukaru Temple and the Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest nearby, it might be your next desitination, along with Tanah Lot temple the beautiful at the end of the day, only in time for the striking sun setting and dinner with your spouse and friends.

You will find the largest and most beautiful stretch of rice fields in Bali and maybe all of Indonesia here. Another sister area that has a similar view is Pupuan village, also in Tabanan. The lush green prospects will be seen after approaching the area, while the main point of view is located further in the village.

The entrance to the main area requires an entrance fee to the local village co-operative fund, and is usually closed by the tour operator. In the middle of the road, the view is very impressive, with the terrace sloping 180 degrees as far as the eye can see.

Some restaurants around Jatiluwih rice terrace Bali also serve international and local dishes that line the lane and face directly to the rice fields

Most tourists visiting Jatiluwih most of the tour dates stop here for lunch. One of the restaurants that offer the best viewpoint is the Billy's Terrace Café restaurant, which serves local and buffet selections, and Warung Jatiluwih 259 further down the slope.

Although most tourists who take a special tour usually enjoy the scenery during the day, the rice fields are as impressive at sunset, complete with fireflies and natural sounds that appear and become clearer at night.

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