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Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Walking 1 Day Tour

Due to the unique irrigation system - Subak, the terraces on Bali islands are enlisted as a UNESCO world heritage site. Apart from embodying profound knowledge of ecology, the 360 degree view of the magnificent terraces are so beautiful that you can't take your eyes away. Join KKday to take a walk in Jatiluwih Rice Terrace!
The location: Indonesia, Bali
Duration: 4hour(s)
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Day 1
Pick up in Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Uluwatu, Sanur area
Pick up in Kuta, Seminyak area
Pick up in Ubud area
Arrive at Jatiluwih
Rice terrace walking
Rice terrace walking
Visit Taman Ayun Temple
Back to hotel(it will take around 1.5-2 hours)

The experience

- Starting Time:10:30am
- Departure Point:From your hotel
- Time Duration:3.5 Hours
※ Shuttle service restriction: You must reside in the same hotel for shuttle service. Hotel shuttle service areas include Uluwatu, Jimbaran, Seminyak, Ubud, Kuta, Nusa Dua and Sanur area.
※ The hotel shuttle hours and locations are as follows:
Nusa Dua/ Jimbaran/ Uluwatu/ Sanur 07:30 am
Seminyak/ Kuta 08:00 am
Ubud 09:00 am

- Highlights -

# UNESCO World Heritage Site - Walk in Jatiluwih Rice Terrace!
# Fall into the old times, and visit the classic site of Mengwi Kingdom - the Taman Ayun Temple!
# The safety of transaction of booking the tour from local vendors through the Internet or locally is not guaranteed. Let the KKday online platform guarantee your reservation for you, without any trouble or uncertainties!

-What You Can Expect -
In the morning, we will take the bus with tour guide to Tabanan in eastern Bali, and embark on a walk tour around world's heritage sites, embodying both nature and cultures.

It will take about 2 hours by car from the city. Leaving the hustle and bustle in the commercial areas and crowded tourist spots behind, this journey will lead you to discover the real Balinese atmosphere and culture. The rural and beautiful small village of Jatiluwih, located at an altitude of 700 meters above sea level, appeals to numerous tourists who enjoy nature and cultural from all over the world. The walk in the terrace is suitable for all ages, and will start from stone pyramid temple at the bottom of the terrace, with the guidance of the tour guide. Just like local farmers, we'll slowly climb up the industrial track in the terraces. Take a closer look at the watering tunnels. The Subak irrigation system, integrating the wisdom of thousands of years, is the main factor that this beautiful spectacle is chosen as one of the UNESCO world's heritage sites.

Take a broad view, you'll be greeted with the endless view of the terraces from Jatiluwih village, the rice barn of Bali. It is home to various breeds of rice, and one of them is a brown rice, rich in nutritions, and can be used for making tea to drink. The clouds and fogs surrounding the mountains afar change constantly. The peak of Jatiluwih Terrace will be the end of the walk. Look ahead, and doesn't it make you want to linger more, not turning back?

At the end of the tour, we will go to a nearby restaurant by car to enjoy Indonesian dishes, and at last go to the Taman Ayun Temple. Taman Ayun Temple used to be the royal temple during Mengwi Kingdom, serving as the temple to worship the royal ancestors. It is the only remaining building of Mengwi Kingdom left after the kingdom was demolished at the end of 19th century. Upon arrival at Taman Ayun Temple, it feels like we have gone back in time. Compared to the tourist area in the south, this place has a comfortable and pleasant atmosphere. And at the same, we will mark a beautiful end for today's small trip.



  • Hotel transfer
  • Water
  • Entrance ticket
  • Lunch
  • Tour guide


  • Extra tip for the tour guide shall be paid on the day, $10 per person.
  • In Jatiluwih rice fields, farmers harvest once in a year, and farmers will discuss with the temple when to turn on the irrigation system. Therefore there's no designated time for sightseeing of the fields. Suggested seasons for sight-seeing by local farmers are as following: Feb.-Apr. for greenish fields, May for golden rices, Sep.-Oct. for the paddy fields. (Reference only)

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