RICE PADDY WALK
RICE PADDY WALK
Tegalalang Rice Terrace Ubud is one of Bali’s most popular attractions. Offering the most stunning sunrise and a real rural experience.
The stunning Tegalalang Rice Terrace, part of the Cultural Landscape of Bali Province UNESCO World Heritage Site, comprises cascading emerald-green fields worked by local rice farmers.
The scenes of rice paddies involving the subak (traditional Balinese cooperative irrigation system), which according to history, was passed down by a revered holy man named Rsi Markandeya in the eighth century.
The Tegalalang rice terrace alone offers a scenic outlook that spreads down before you and away to the rice paddies on the slopes across the valley.
When in the rice paddies you can see the water running in narrow channels between the terraces and down through the raw earth.
As a result the ground is rather soft and muddy, and you don’t realise how narrow the walkways are between the terraces so be careful not to slip and land in one of the paddies!
Once in the rice terrace, expect to get sweaty! You’ll be climbing up and down the terrace along narrow, grassy paths, and may get muddy.
After the trekking we will stop at bali coffee plantation
Kopi is the Indonesian word for coffee and Luwak is the local name of the Asian palm civet in Sumatra. Kopi Luwak is the coffee that has been digested by an Asian palm civet. The civet eats the coffee cherries, the cherries go through the digestive track and fermentation occurs, and then they pass through the intestines and eventually pooped out. The coffee cherries are then picked out from poop aka poop coffee.
Kopi luwak came about in the 18th century in the Dutch East Indie islands of Java and Sumatra in Indonesia. Nowadays it’s mainly produced on the Indonesian islands of Sumatra, Java, Bali, and Sulawesi. The Philippines, East Timor, and Vietnam are also making similar versions of poop coffee.
Kopi luwak is one of the most expensive coffees in the world However, farmed Kopi luwak coffee (low grade) can be purchased in Indonesia. Genuine kopi luwak from actual wild civets is insanely hard to purchase and hard to prove if the poop coffee is real or fake. There are kopi luwak roasters in Bali that sell the coffee buy the cup so you can sample it, and decide for yourself if you like animal poop coffee. A cup sells for over $5 a cup in Indonesia.
After the coffee we continue our trip to one of nice waterfall in ubud
Tegenungan Waterfall offers a picturesque view in a hidden space of Bali. The blooming trees in the surroundings have successfully completed the beauty of this waterfall.
Especialy in the morning, the beauty of the verdant jungle will be at best as the sunlight shines peeping above.
A great discharge of water falls down along a cliff full of damp plants. The nature water shower with the wide pond in the bottom.
With the sunlight and good wheater the day before. The base of the pond can be seen clearly. Swimming or just dipping the feet are just some of the things to do.
Pickup time at 6 am from your hotel
Price IDR 600,000/ person
Inclusive for transportation and entrance fee