Tegallalang Rice Terrace

Price Range

75 - 200.00




Tegallalang Rice Terrace is an agricultural icon known to be a popular tourist spot in Bali on the cliffs of Tegalalang Village. With Bali’s beaches, mountains, steaming volcanoes this is a most traveled destination by global travelers. It is situated in the north of Ubud Bali, Gianyar regency, Bali Indonesia. The village is covered by good temperature and is located at 600 meters above the sea level. The stunning and awe-inspiring sight of the beautiful emerald-green rice paddies extends like an eternity, worked, and taken care of by local farmers of this village. Another important thing hard to miss is the Bali Sign, which is perfect for a picture shot. The traditional Balinese cooperative irrigation system is given by a holy man Rai Markandeya. You will find magnificent wooden artwork and carvings lined up at the village road. Walkthrough the dazzling view and trip to Pakudui village.


Why it is famous?  

The rice terrace is considered to be a highlight of this place, known for souvenir shopping along the roadside. The three major landscapes to witness are Ubud, Pejeng, and Campuhan villages. The rice terrace is well-known for tourists and offers a scenic outlook throughout the rice cliffs situated on the slopes across the valley. The location is cool and breezy and you can enjoy the view from the top and climb down and walk up the hill amidst the magnificent carvings and wooden art. You will notice the carvings of mythical horses, lions, human figures made by the talented craftspeople. Hiking would involve around 30-60 minutes to roam every corner of the area and you can witness the water running in the narrow canals between the valley and through the raw earth. The walkways are narrow, soft, and muddy. 



  • Sunday : 08:30 am to 06:00 pm
  • Monday : 08:30 am to 06:00 pm
  • Tuesday : 08:30 am to 06:00 pm
  • Wednesday : 08:30 am to 06:00 pm
  • Thursday : 08:30 am to 06:00 pm
  • Friday : 08:30 am to 06:00 pm
  • Saturday : 08:30 am to 06:00 pm

Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.


How to Reach

  • By Road – : You can hire a bike or a driver to reach the Tegallalang rice terrace, which is around 30 minutes north of Ubud town center. From there, take Jalan Raya and you will reach your destination and see the terrace.
  • By Air – : It takes about 2 hours from Jl. Raya Marga-Apuan from Gusti Ngurah Rai Airport, which is situated at a distance of 60 km.


Ticket Pricing

  • Tourists : IDR 40.000 (about INR 200 ) per person
  • Indonesian Citizen : IDR 15.000 per person ( about INR 75) per person
  • Parking Fees : INR 25 for parking.

Things To Do: -


Kintamani Volcano – There are many villages around this, namely Celuk village, Mas village, Tegalalang rice, Tegenungan waterfall, Batuan Temple where you can walk around looking at the view and swim in the cold water.


Pacung Rice Terrace – Visit the rice terrace in the morning or late afternoon and absorb the natural peace of this remote island. This place has an amazing rice field with beautiful landscapes and natural oasis that makes you calm and soothes your soul.


Monkey Forest – Travellers while climbing up the hill can stop in the middle to take a glimpse of sacred monkey forest sanctuary, a coffee plantation, or volcanic landscape.   


Click a shot – The ancient valley has a timeless beauty with the dramatic views of rice terrace, the best place to pose for a fantastic photo to make some unforgettable memories.


Taste the drinks – The elders of this village invite and offer travelers a sample of the green coconut drink. You can also enjoy fresh drinks and soft drinks sold by the local stalls nearby.


Shopping – You can purchase handwoven hats made by the local villagers from coconut leaves from the shops nearby. You will also find a variety of carvings and ornamental woodwork and the work of some of the talented and avid Balinese craftsmen.



Tegallalang Rice Terrace, Jalan Raya Tegallalang, Tegallalang, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia

Rating & Reviews

Based on 29959 reviews
Very Good
Shoaib Jamadar
Shoaib Jamadar
08/18/2020 21:36
Nice and pleasant place to see the traditional rice gardens, swings and bike rides. Dress casually and wear proper shoes to explore the place. Based on weather, you might feel exhausted at times so drink lots of coconuts water
Marcus Botha
Marcus Botha
06/09/2020 06:49
This was a lovely calm and scenic outing, it was very relaxing to meander through the rice fields. We paid to go with a guide, I would suggest doing this as it not only supports the local community but he added valuable insight into the places we saw. The Bali Swings are one of the big tourist attractions at the Tegallalang Rice Terrace's, we opted for the cheapest option and really enjoyed it. This spot had some wonderful photo opportunities too so bring your cameras! I suggest also bringing sunscreen, a hat, water and snacks, as it can be a long hot day.
hanen lazar
hanen lazar
08/21/2020 16:54
Very beautiful and relaxing view ,u can enjoy lot of activities there like swing ,wear a comfortable shoes as u have to walk down for a good distance and drink lot of water.
Andhika Aradianto
Andhika Aradianto
07/05/2020 18:07
It was very relaxing to see the rice field here. You can explore the area or enjoy a snacks & drinks at the cafe around here. A bit unfortunate because some decorations make it less authentic and natural. But still lovely. The location is not to far from Ubud
Jessica C
Jessica C
05/06/2020 08:02
Highly recommend a visit here when visiting Bali/Ubud. If you come here without a tour guide, make an effort to come early in the morning or later afternoon so that you can have a pleasant visit without being too hot. There are lots of tourist things you can do like bike riding in the sky and swinging. You can also just take a lovely stroll through the rice terraces. It's very serene and calming.

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Yes, it is a magical experience and you will see a lot of tourists coming to this place. You would enjoy the sightseeing and iconic cliffs. It is more than what you had expected with sandy beaches, stunning and soothing treasures of nature. The wonderful green scenery offers uniqueness with terrace formation.
You can walk around the cliff and valley, and trek to quite a few of the cafes alongside the hills that offer ice creams and soft drinks and enjoy the view from up the hill. There are also stalls & local shops selling clothes and other things.
Yes, you can park your bike or car in the parking area and need to pay at the parking area. The cost of parking is affordable and not very expensive.
If you travel in the morning, the atmosphere is cool and breezy and the view of the sky is clear with bright sunshine. If you have time, you can spend time taking pictures, sitting and relaxing, exploring the beautiful view that would take around 1 to 2 hours.
The best time to visit this place is from March to April and from September to October. The Tegalalang rice terrace opens from 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM and the Sidemen rice terrace opens at 7:00 AM.
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