Address: Jl. Raya Tegallalang, Tegallalang, Kabupaten, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia
Opening Hours: Rice Terraces is open 24/7, however guides are only available during the day
Entrance Fee: Rp15,000/ adult
While you go/ trek further, you’ll pass by some entry gates, and donations are expected each time.
Tip: We arrived here at around 7:30 AM and there’s no one at the entry point yet so we were still able to go in for free ☺️
This is where you will encounter the second gate for donations. There’s a store for coffee, tea, soft drinks, and water.
The field is very exposed to sunlight, so you’ll really have to bring protectors (cap, hat, umbrella) and drinks, and towel as well.
Unfortunately, we were only able to take a photo of this small swing rather than the gate and the store.
Also in this point is a swing (like in the Bali swing), in which we did not have the time to try as there are still no people in here yet when we passed by.
As you trek further, going to the back-most side, you’ll find this point where there’s a beautiful sunrise setting.
The field is still very fresh in the morning and only a few people were there yet. There are also locals living inside the field, and you’ll pass by their houses during the trek.
Please be kind and considerate to them, follow the signage if the points are not allowed for tourists to enter, as this is their livelihood. We are just visitors.
Use of picture platforms expects donations as well ☺️ You may already allot a budget for donations. Think of it as our way of helping the farmers and the locals to maintain their rice field.
NOTE: Details on this blog are accurate as of September 2018
Glowing rice terraces isn’t? If you need a ride/ car service, try our driver, Rai. He’s very kind and accommodating! You can connect with him thru these links:
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