Witnessing Rice Terraces In Bali: Insights from one of the best Indian restaurants in Ubud
The concept of the unique-style of rice fields in Bali came when farmers started to face difficulties during rice farming on steep mountains and other un-ideal situations. To remove the burden, the Balinese developed a community of water sharing, also known as Sunbak, which allows farmers to grow across and also up to the slopes of hills and mountains and thus, the beautiful terraces were born. If you are planning to visit Bali, visit one of these terraces is a must. Do not forget to visit the best Indian restaurants in Bali.
Jatiluwih is one of the cultural heritage site candidates and was listed as one of the most important cultural landscapes, the Jatiluwih rice terraces flow down the southern slopes of the Batkaru mountain range. It covers over 600 which are maintained by traditional water management cooperative known as ‘subak’. It is located 700 meters above sea level in the Pebnebel district of Tabanan regency. They also include Batukaru Temple and Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest.
The Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Ubud are famous for their beautiful scenes of rice paddies and their irrigation system. It is the third most splendid terraced landscape in Ubud. It offers a beautiful outlook that spreads down to the far side of the valley. The weather is cool and breezy and is a well-known spot for tourists to take pictures. The small village of Pakudui is a craftsman’s dominion located in Tegallalang and is even great to see local people’s craftwork and sculptures. Head over to Queens of India for the spectacular Indian dining in Ubud.
Sidemen Village is located along the besaik Temple route. It is a 2- hour drive from Ubud which also is a great spot seeing beautiful rice paddies in East Bali. On various paddy trekking tours, one can enjoy various soothing and pleasant views while walking or. Traditional dye weavings, also known as Songket and Endek are a great souvenir to take home. It is also known for the production of ‘ark’ palm wine. Planning to visit this sidemen village? Head over to the Queens of Indian for the power-filled and taste filled Indian food in Ubud before starting the journey to Sidemen Village.
4. Rendang Village
Rendang Village is an attractive village in East Bali’s Karangasem regency, with picturesque views. The village is dominated by rice fields and rivers and the local craftsmen make their living from both agriculture and stone carving. The paddy-filled valleys share the countryside with one of Bali’s favourite white water stream, Telaga Waja.
Pererenan Village is one of the many villages in Canggu that offers a scenic and pleasant view with its expansion of rice fields on both sides. Pererenan and Seseh are two closely adjoining beaches in Canggu, which are only separated by rivulets flowing from the rice fields’ irrigation systems of the villages upstream. The beaches are within a 45-minute transfer northwest from the main hub of Seminyak, and only 10 minutes from Canggu’s Batu Bolong and Berawa. Head over to the Best Indian dining in Seminyak for the delicious food which is just 45-minute away from Seminyak.
Bali offers large varieties of outstanding landscapes that can fill the memory cards with stunning memories. Bali also offers rice terraces that have picturesque landscapes. They are among the must-visit places that island offers interesting information on the way local people live their lives. Life in the village is mainly dependent on rice paddies. You can visit the rice terraces to relax and calm yourself.