Jatiluwih Rice Terrace, a World Cultural Heritage Site in Bali By Unesco
Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Unesco is most wanted tourist object lately by tourist who are vacationing in Bali. It features a stunning green rice field expanse which truly spoil eyes sight.
The overlay of rice field at Jatiluwih is very unique. As you see from afar, it seems as the full yellowish green with terrace formation.
The terracing method has special benefit for local farmer in managing rice field. It will help them to flow the water from the height to lower point in controlled speed and volume.
The method which has been run in Jatiluwih since 11th century by local farmer. And it is still well known as Subak System (Balinese Traditional Irrigation System).
Jatiluwih rice field is popular after listed as world cultural heritage site by UNESCO on 2012 in congregation meeting at Saint Petersburg, Russia.
If you are wondering for what is Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Entrance Fee. The price is cheap enough about IDR 40.000 for foreign tourist and IDR 15.000 for domestic tourist.
Perhaps you haven’t known where the location of tourist object, let’s see the map below!