Tegalalang Rice Terrace

Although Bali is filled and known for its amazing beaches, its landscapes are also another huge attraction to travelers and tourists.  Bali has many working rice fields, most which are located in the center of the island. Ubud is home to the most recognizable rice field, Tegalalang.  This rice field is about 15-20 minutes north of the city center of Ubud (short ride from Kuta Beach).  Photo journal below tells the short story of our day in the
rice fields:

 
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My only regret is that we did not have enough time to take a tour through the actual rice fields (something I’m still dying to do)! We were only able to view it from the top looking down.  Anyone tour a rice field before? Let me know your thoughts! 

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