The Tegalalang Rice Terraces feature in countless postcards and photographic works, including the novel "Eat, Pray, Love", and Jay Chou's music video, "Taoxiang." Here tourists can get a close-up look at a tropical landscape. Terraces roll down the mountain, while flowing mountain streams irrigate the rice fields below. The patties are dotted with countless coconut trees and surrounded by beautiful green hills.
such an awesome place to visit!!
the place is nice enough but but a bit touristy. it is better to go to mamy similar place throughout the island . i found a few that are much better and little or no people. this site is best viewed in the afternoon when the sun is best for photos . warning a lot of people seloing you things and tickets to get in even though its free. i got sucked into buying a ticket . my bad.
Tegallalang Rice Terraces. Terraces are still north of Ubud. If you don't want to walk inside the terraces, you can actually see them by car. The terrace feels small and delicate. On the side of the highway, the next few steps can be felt at close range. There are many coffee drinking places like viewing terraces around. It is better to enjoy tea and coffee here than to enjoy different coffee for free on the street full of shops.
It takes 10,000 RP to see terraces. Terraces are also nature's magic work, a piece of scattered green, full of spring. Climbing this terrace is a little tired, narrow ridge walking is not easy, need to go down to the valley and climb up again, step is relatively high, it is recommended to wear heel shoes to visit the De Grand Terrace, and the terrace is steep and slippery, need to be extra careful. When we climb halfway, we have to pay a toll of any amount. We have to pay 5 kRP. On the way, I saw a villager carrying a burden. I took pictures of him and he said to me, - "what about the money," I just laughed and didn't give him any money. (o)/ If children's shoes need to be photographed, take them quietly.
Bali's De Grand Terraces may be a little more pocket-sized than those in Guangxi. Layers of terraced fields, the feeling of immersion is still very shocking, beside the rest area can also taste the local afternoon tea.
Very delicate terraced fields, unlike the magnificent and beautiful terraced fields in southwest China, the terraced fields in Ubu are very elegant, and there are many coconut trees, very hot wave island style. Although there is no need for tickets, if you want to walk in the field, you have to go through several collecting places. The amount is arbitrary, just give some parts. Go as early as possible to avoid the peak of tourists and not too hot.
De Grande Terrace is a famous terrace scenery in Bali. Its coconut trees and magnificent volcanic background make it unique among countless terraces in the world. What is rare is the perfect match between tropical scenery and idyllic scenery. Coconut forests and terraces echo the field-decorated coconut trees and the magnificent volcanic background, which makes the De Grand Terraces in sharp contrast with countless terraces in the world, and also makes Bali unique to other islands.
I can't tell the name of the terraces, but as long as you rent a motorcycle from southern Bali and drive all the way to the northern mountains, the roadside is so beautiful terraces, the mountains are 10 degrees cooler than the city!
De Grand Terrace, Jay Chou's view of rice fragrance MV, rice and coconut mixed planting, tropical and pastoral scenery coexist. I stepped on the mud carelessly. It's really a feeling of sparse swamp. It's so sour.
At first I didn't respond. What does terrace mean? Wait till then, there will be it in our country! ___________ And it's more beautiful, more spectacular. I don't know how, this is one of the places that we must go to freely.............................................. Later, when I went back to check the information, I found that the terraces here are: volcanic background, with the beautiful scenery of coconut trees Go down a little, and we'll turn around, after all.................................................. Mountain climbing is not suitable for me. There is a direct location for tourists to take pictures. In that location, it is also very good to enjoy the terraces layer by layer. There are many shops selling arts and crafts on both sides of the road.