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8 Beautiful Rice Terrace in Bali with Updated Entrance Fee

8 Beautiful Rice Terrace in Bali with Updated Entrance Fee

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Holiday in Bali isn’t only about white sandy beaches or night clubs in the south of the island. There are still many interesting places you can visit, as the most recommended one is the rice terraces.

Bali has some beautiful rice terraces where you can relax mind and escape from boring daily routines. The following are recommendation of 8 beautiful rice terrace in Bali with updated entrance fee.

  1. Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

    Jatiluwih Rice Terrace
    Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is the most popular rice terrace in Bali. It has an area of 632 acres, 700 meters above sea level. Unique rice terrace with Balinese traditional agriculture (called “Subak” by local people).

Here, you can spend time to walk throughout the rice fields while seeing uniqueness of terrace formation that seems like a giant stairs from a distance.

Entrance Fee: IDR 40.000

Parking fee: IDR 5.000

Location: Penebel District, Tabanan Regency

  1. Tegalalang Rice Terrace

    Tegalalang Rice Terrace
    Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegalalang Rice Terrace is also as well-known as Jatiluwih because its location is near to Ubud Center (approx. 15 minutes to ride a scooter). The best spot to take a walk and relax mind in Ubud.

Here, you can explore the beauty of the rice terrace by following a footpath. Or, try a thrilling swing where its spot is not far from the rice terrace.

Entrance Fee: IDR 15.000

Parking fee: IDR 5.000

Location: Tegalalang Village, Gianyar Regency

  1. Sidemen Rice Terrace

    Sidemen Rice Terrace
    Sidemen Rice Terrace

Sidemen Rice Terrace is so beautiful with background of Agung Mount (the highest mount in Bali). It is also amazing spot to take a walk and witness green panorama.

Sidemen Rice Terrace hasn’t been categorized as tourism object so it doesn’t charge entrance fee to visitors.

Entrance fee: Free

Location: Sidemen Village, Karangasem Regency

  1. Pacung Rice Terrace

    Pacung Rice Terrace
    Pacung Rice Terrace

Pacung Rice Terrace isn’t indeed as popular as Jatiluwih or Tegalalang but it’s recommended to visit. You can spend time here to take a walk while seeing local farmers who work in their fields by using traditional equipment.

Entrance Fee: Free

Location: Baturiti Village, Tabanan Regency.

  1. Bukit Jambul Rice Terrace

    Bukit Jambul Rice Terrace
    Bukit Jambul Rice Terrace

Bukit Jambul Rice Terrace is a good spot to take a walk in the morning while enjoying cool atmosphere. Its rice fields stretch over the valley with unique terrace formation.

Entrance Fee: Free

Location: on border between Pesaban Village and Nongan Village, Rendang District, Karangasem Regency.

  1. Munduk Rice Terrace

    Munduk Rice Terrace
    Munduk Rice Terrace

Munduk is an impressive village in north Bali and well-known for scenic view of Tamblingan Lake, a waterfall, and also rice terrace. Particularly for the rice terrace, it also stretch over the valley and offers breathtaking scenery.

Entrance Fee: Free

Location: Banjar District, Buleleng Regency.

  1. Soka Rice Terrace

    Soka Rice Terrace
    Soka Rice Terrace

Soka Rice Terrace is located on lowland in Southwest Coast of the island. Its terrace formation looks like sea wave from a distance. It is a good spot to witness sunset panorama in the dusk.

Entrance Fee: Free

Location: on path between Denpasar to Gilimanuk.

  1. Pupuan Rice Terrace

    Pupuan Rice Terrace
    Pupuan Rice Terrace

Pupuan Rice Terrace is located in Pupuan – rural area which is dominated by rice field and plantations of cacao and cloves. It is a recommended spot to escape from the hustle of the urban.

Entrance Fee: Free

Location: Belimbing Village, Pupuan District, Tabanan Regency.

Some rice terraces above doesn’t charge an entrance fee to visitors because they haven’t been categorized as tourism objects, but only rice fields by local people.

It may change anytime so you should always search for updated information.

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