Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is a Rice Field located in Jatiluwih Village in Tabanan Regency Bali Province. Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is renowned for its stunning view of rice fields and its traditional Balinese Water Management system known as “Subak.”
The Story of Jatiluwih itself started about 1460 – 1550 (during the reign of king Dalam Waturenggong). In our history said, there was a figure who meditated in the village, his name was Ida Bagus Armature (some people believe) he is the man who transformed the village name into Jatiluwih. At the same time, the place where he meditated was called Pura Gunung Sari.
The location of Jatiluwih Rice Terraces itself is at the foot of Mount Batur, the total size of the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces is about 600 hectares.
So, if you join our Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Tour, you will get a chance to visit this beautiful village and see the stunning view of Jatiluwih Rice Terraces.
Some Activities you can do when visiting Jatiluwih Rice Terraces:
- Trekking: Explore the beautiful rice terraces, enjoy the breathtaking views, and learn about the local culture and traditions of the Balinese people.
- Photography: Capture its beautiful landscapes and panoramic viewpoints, and enjoy the beauty of the terraces and the lush greenery surrounding them.
For those who love trekking, the local authority provides three different treks you can explore at Jatiluwih Rice Terraces.
If you are a beginner, you can try the shortest route, this route is typically for those of you who bring children or senior people who can only walk for a short duration. However, if you have energy, you can try the longest track and enjoy the stunning view of Jatiluwih Rice Terraces.
Visiting Jatiluwih Rice Terraces is our main destination for this tour program, and visiting this beautiful rice field will be the last spot we visit on this tour program.
Visiting Taman Ayun Temple
Visiting Taman Ayun Temple is the first stop we have on this tour program.
Taman Ayun was first constructed in 1634 by Tjokorda Blambangan ( at that time, Tjokorda Blambangan was a king of Mengwi). Then in 1750, this temple was renovated for the first time.
Taman Ayun means “Beautiful Garden”. Now, the local government has developed and upgraded some facilities inside of this Taman Ayun Complex and made the site more attractive.
Inside the Taman Ayun Complex, the local government builds a small theatre, So visitors, including international tourists, can enter this small theatre when they visit this Taman Ayun Temple.
The local government is also building an art-painting building ( the location of this painting building is not far from the theatre ). Entering both the Theatre building and Art-Paingint is free of charge.
If you love Balinese Culture, you can visit this theatre for 20 – 30 minutes and learn about Balinese culture.
After Taman Ayun Temple,
Our next Next Stop is Visiting Coffee Plantation.
After Taman Ayun Temple, Our Next Stop will visit Coffee Plantation in Tabanan Regency. This short Tour of Coffee Plantation will show you how our local Coffee farmers have been growing coffee in Bali for more than a century.
This Coffee Plantation Tour will also show you how our small-scale coffee farmers produce the coffee with traditional methods to cultivate and process the coffee, including hand-picking the ripe cherries, sun-drying the beans, and roasting them in small bunches to preserve the unique taste of coffee here on the Island.
After a short tour at Coffee Plantation, at the end of this tour, our tour guide will bring to the display outlet of finished coffee products that you can purchase as a souvenir when you return to your home county.
After Visiting Coffee Plantation,
our next Trip is to visit Ulun Danu Temple.
Ulun Danu temple is situated on the shores of Lake Beratan, and people also call this iconic temple the “Water Temple.” The Water in Lake Bratan also functions as a water source for people’s life on the island of Bali. To visit this temple, you should drive to the northern part of Bali, which is about 1.5 hour to 2 hrs drive ( if you stay in the southern part of Bali).
Every day, Balinese People come to this temple for worship. If you come on a special day for the Balinese, you will see more Balinese visiting this temple, and most of them are worshippers, and they will do a Balinese cultural procession.
Ulun Danu Temple is also a Beautiful and Architecture temple. The temple is famous for its astonishing architecture, set in the middle of the tranquil waters of Lake Beratan, surrounded by lush green hills. Many people admire its beauty and take photos of the temple’s iconic shape.
Another thing you can do is explore the lake by driving a local speedboat, this is also nice activity when you visit Ulun Danu Temple. Unlike other parts of Bali, Ulun Danu’s temperature is considered slightly cold ( about 20 – 25 degrees), and many people in Bali love this temperature.
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We hope all the above information gives you an idea about what this tour package looks like. If you need more information, feel free to contact us.
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For your information, Besides Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Tour, we also have other products, like Ubud Tour, Tanah Lot Tour, and Uluwatu Tour.
Or if you need Adventures, we can also provide vouchers ticket for ATV Adventure in Ubud, or you also can join our Water Sports activities in Tanjung Benoa, like snorkeling, diving, banana boat, and many more.
09: 00 – 09: 10 Pick up at your hotel
10: 10 – 11: 00 Taman Ayun
11: 40 – 12: 20 Visiting Coffee Plantation
13: 00 – 14: 30 Ulun Danu Temple
15: 30 – 17: 10 Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
18: 30 – 18: 40 Arrive at your hotel
Including in Tour Package :
- Taman Ayun Entrance Ticket
- Ulun Danu Entrance Ticket
- Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Entrance Ticket
- Private Car, Driver Fee, Gasoline
- Parking Fee during Tour Program
- Make sure standby at your hotel’s lobby 15 min before Pick up Time.
- Bali Best Adventures will not refund any payment if the guest NO SHOW or make a cancellation one day before the trip.