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Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Tegalalang rice terrace in Ubud offers you spectacular view of its rice paddy fields panorama that will surely takes your breath away. It is simply a heaven for all photographers, painters, and even for those who are just seeking for perfect panorama pictures for their instagram feeds. The dramatic view of the rice fields spiraling down the valley blends perfectly with the lushes greens surrounding the field. The wind is breezy makes exploring the area becomes much more enjoyable. After you've done with taking pictures of beautiful rice paddy landscapes of Tegalalang rice terraces, you should also visit Pakudui village which is a small village located nearby. Pakudui villager's occupations are mostly farmers and craftmen. They make and sell woodcrafts for living, there you can choose various beautiful woodcrafts with beautiful ornamental details, beautiful carvings and wooden sculptures. You can even find sculpture of Garuda bird with amazing details which is a particular important mythical creature in Bali and also become the symbol of Indonesia country.

Travelling to Bali, Indonesia

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Bali Island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Indonesia and in the world. The Island of Gods is famous for its pristine beaches and challenging waves for surfers all around the world. Of course, the beaches are not the only thing good about this island. It's also fampus for the sound of gamelan instruments and fragrance of incense heightened spirituality aura of the sacred island. Bali boasts its lush green forests perfect for hiking, its serene and beautiful temples and local traditions, and even markets that sell various unique handicrafts and souvenirs. If this is your first trip to Bali, be sure to visit Bali's most famous attractions below.

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Bali Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets to attractions in Bali are more often than not can only be purchased on the spot. Waterbom Bali Park is an exception since you can book the ticket online. However, if you're after much cheaper deal and waiting in lines is too much for you, you can always purchase travel package that usually comes with admission tickets to the attraction. The travel agent will do the business for you.

How To Get Around?

Getting around Bali is easy with myriad of public transportations you can choose from, of course you'll have to consider its pros and cons beforehand.
Taxis and shuttle buses are two greatest choice to go around from one Bali attraction to another. However, some taxi drivers will trick gullible tourists, and even the most reliable ones have limited ranges. If you can drive a car and used to right-side driving, then you can rent a car, or just rent a car with a driver just to be safe since Bali's traffic is chaotic. Another option is to use the motorcycle that will enable you to explore Bali cheaper and more flexible. Motorcycle rentals are available at many places with affordable price.

What Should I Wear?

Since the temples are sacred praying sites for the Hinduist pilgrims, people visiting that place must show respect by wearing the proper clothes. Wear modest clothes that cover your knees and shoulders when you are visiting them in Bali. Wearing a scarf around your shoulders and sarong to cover your knees can be used as alternatives. Don't forget to bring shorts, sunglasses, sunblock, flip-flops/sandals, and swimsuit if you're planning to visit the beaches.

Bali Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Bali is a tropical island you can visit it at anytime. But if you have a concern on budget, room prices and villa rents are cheaper by 50% on low seasons such as August-November and February-June. May to October are the perfect months for surfers who seek challenging waves to ride on as the tides are relatively higher than the other months.


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Will I Need a Guide?

Hiring a guide doesn't sound like a bad idea, though you don't necessarily need one either as most destinations are natural beauties you can explore on your own. But if you are visiting temples or galleries and expecting to know indepth stories, booking a guide is a nice idea.

How To Get There?

Ngurah Rai International Airport regularly offer flights to Bali for both domestic and international tourists around the world. Bali can also be reached by buses from nearby cities and ferries from islands in Indonesia.

Additional Info

When you're shopping for some souvenirs, always keep in mind that most of the prices are highly inflated in purpose. It's not a fixed price though so don't be afraid to haggle it until you reached reasonable prices.
Having some Balinese friends that can give you some insights might be better.