The view was breathtaking and you can go to the rice terrace to take pictures surrounded.. There were some shops which sellings some souvenirs as well.. Worth to visit,,
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It’s mostly set up to get money from tourist. There are shops everywhere. There are people asking to donate money to cross their fields. Once you get to the bottom, there is another guy asking for money to climb the other side. Once there, it...More
I’ve had a scooter all week. So from Ubud it’s only 20-30 Minutes. I’ve made a habit of driving “through” an area to see what’s going and assess for myself. After reading a lot of negative reviews about insisting locals asking for donations I was...More
We gave a generous donation first time and little did we know there was another donation spot 1. Dear Bali tourism, why don’t you just charge a fixed rate to avoid confusing the tourist. That way, you’ll make the tourists happy and you’ll even earn...More
We have scooters so everywhere we go is an adventure but this would have been disappointing if we had gone by car or taxi. Very very touristy (even though we are tourists!). Heavy sell in restaurants and cafes - rice fields don’t appear to be...More
It felt like a proper tourist attraction. It’s actually for free but the locals want you to donate, which is absolutely fine but they’re super aggressive. A couple behind me didn’t understand when he asked them to donate, when they wanted to move on he...More
Drivers will often drop you at an “office” to buy ticket for entrance, but it is NOT OFFICIAL. Entrance to the rice field is free* (read more here). You can actually enter the rice fields through a bunch of restaurants but do not tell your...More
The kids said we should visit the rice terraces as it's supposed to be beautiful. About an hour and a half drive from Canggu we finally reached our destination. The first "entrance fee" we paid when we parked was 10K rupiah for each person to...More
Everything's good, cute cafes, surrounding with nice shops with local products. If you got kids, don't bring strollers when strolling down the pavements..