Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegalalang Ubud : Activities You Must Do in Tegalalang Ubud

International tourists consider Tegalalang Ubud to be Bali's greenest region since it contains many tourist attractions with green elements, such as lush woods, ridge walks, and rice terraces. Tegalalang Ubud has Tegalalang Rice Fields which is one of the area's most prominent green attractions. Also known as Tegalalang Rice Terrace, it is a succession of beautifully designed paddies that use the ancient Balinese irrigation system known as "subak." The philosophy is supposed to have been handed down by a sage named Rsi Markandeya in the eighth century.

How to Get There

Tegallalang Ubud is a sub-district that is part of Gianyar Regency and is approximately 8 km from Ubud. Well, dear travellers can visit Tegalalang Ubud especially Tegalalang Rice Terrace by taking a vehicle for about 15-20 minutes from Ubud. Due to its cool air, another alternative is to use a bicycle, which is also interesting to try!

Activities To Do in Tegalalang Ubud

1. Hike Down the Elevation 

Once you arrive at Tegalalang Ubud, the first thing you can obviously do is to savour the view from the top of the elevation. However, it’s also possible for you to cross a small stream and get to the rice fields on the other side. We would suggest you climb down and explore the Tegalalang Ubud area further to find cool spots for you to take pictures. You will need approximately 30 minutes to 1.5 hours to explore every corner of the area. It’s not that lengthy, considering what you’ll find along the exploration will make it worthwhile. Don’t forget to bring water and put on some sunscreen!

2. Swing

There are many swings in Bali, especially in Tegalalang Ubud. However, you definitely should not miss this one particular swing with the “LOVE BALI'' sign at the entrance of the rice fields. It might not look that challenging, but you can’t deny its extremely cute design. We recommend you prepare some cash because you will find local children guarding the Tegalalang Ubud sign. 

Next, there are the sensational and unmissable swings of Tegalalang Ubud, such as Lotus Ubud Swing and Aloha Ubud Swing, both of which are CHSE certified! Here, you are able to feel a refreshing breeze around the swings, accompanied by the sight of stretching forest that'll sure to ease your mind.

3. Taste Balinese Coffee in Tegalalang Ubud

Enjoy a cup of coffee amid the rice fields in Tegalalang Ubud. Alas Harum Bali is a famous coffee spot in Tegalalang Ubud, an agritourism location producing civet coffee. Besides coffee, they provide swing attractions for enjoying the breathtaking at Tegalalang Ubud Rice Terraces.

4. Tegalalang Ubud Skybike 

Tegalalang Ubud Skybike is one of the newest activities that you can find in Bali. This activity will give you a sensation of biking in a super high place.

5. Tegalalang Ubud Zipline 

Tegalalang Ubud Zipline is also the newest activity you can try in Bali. A pulley suspended on a cable made of stainless steel, mounted on a slope. This method in some mountainous countries such as China, India and Japan have been used as transport options for more than 2,000 years. Enable cargo or a person propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom by using the inclined cable.

Tegalalang Ubud Rice Terrace Opening Hours 

Tegalalang Ubud Rice Terrace is open everyday from 06:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Ticket Tegalalang Ubud Rice Terrace 

Upon arrival, you’ll see a ticket booth and a parking space. So the parking ticket for cars and motorbikes is free. The staff will show you where to park if you get confused, so don’t worry about that. After parking, you pay the entrance fee and receive your tickets. The entrance fee for Tegalalang Ubud Rice Terrace is Rp 25.000 per person, Pakudui Tegalalang Ubud 10.000 and Uma Ceking is 50.000 per person. These all attractions are next to each other but have different tickets. If you were to visit super early in the morning before any of the locals got there you wouldn’t have to pay for access. but considering the donations they ask for are small and it’s their livelihood. I wouldn’t try to get around them. I’ve seen tourists just storm past the locals saying that if it’s a donation they shouldn’t be forced to pay one.

Tegalalang Ubud Rice Terrace Best Time to Visit 

The best time to visit Tegalalang Ubud Rice Terrace is in the early morning around 6.00 am or late afternoon around 05.00 pm to avoid the crowd, heat from the sun and to get golden hours for a good photos. 

That conclusion of this information about must-do activities in Tegalalang Ubud and essential tips before visiting.

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