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Nominated for designation as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Jatiluwih offers a beautiful view of contoured rice terraces irrigated using an impressive communal water system developed by Balinese farmers. The scenic drive through the quaint villages...more
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The sight of all the rice terraces are hugely impressive. Take time to get out and go for a walk. There are multiple photo opportunities. Well worth getting driven up here for a look. Worth paying the road toll to enter the village.
Very large rice terraces. There is also a nive walking path that you can walk along those terraces. Very silent and peaceful... if you are in Bali u have to see... there is avery nice restaurant where you can sit, eat, drink and enjoy the...More
Beautiful rice terraces, speeding over a vast area. It’s a good experience for photographers and trekking lovers. It was raining all day as we were there but still it was safe to walk on the path and there were several routes to choose.
I loved it. Very big rice
terrace area and good place for long walk if you have time.
This area is very big and if you want to walk you have different paths shorter or longer ones
But even shorter one around 1.30 hour so...More
My wife and I visited Jatiluwih rice fields as part of a private tour. We had to pay an “entrance fee” but it was worthwhile because we could enjoy the place a lot. It has several trekking distance options throughout the rice terraces with enough...More
We made a side trip to these Unesco designated rice fields and very glad we did.
The scenery is beautiful and it remains working rice field, where we could see the actual farmers tending to the gardens.
Lovely walking paths throughout the terraces, which you...More
We did not travel here specially too see the terraces, but they are the picture of Bali I have come to love. Traffic can be heavy and it needs care if driving yourself. The drive can take some time, but worth them effort
I took my sons on a bike tour of the region.
It was a great experience.
Unlike other reviewers there are very few tourists around in comparison to the other terraces.
I have done both and this one is far better, you can really get...More
The seasons are reversed in Bali -- when it is summer in the northern hemisphere, it is winter south of the equator. We visited in August and there were days when my wife wanted a light sweater or a windbreaker. In... More
The seasons are reversed in Bali -- when it is summer in the northern hemisphere, it is winter south of the equator. We visited in August and there were days when my wife wanted a light sweater or a windbreaker. In November, it should be very warm and humid. Still, a light raincoat/poncho might come in handy should it rain.