Things You Can Do Here
- Enjoy the beautiful, peaceful scene of the paddy plantation from the eateries above the Tegallalang plantation area.
- Try the scary, but exhilarating Bali swing of the Tegallalang paddy plantation!
- Walk into the 12.5 hectares of Ubud Monkey Forest, a sacred forest, home to over 700 monkeys and 186 species of trees.
- Go for a temple sighting in the middle of a forest with the primates roaming around you.
- Enjoy this Tegallalang + Monkey Forest Tour with a comfortable return trip back to your Bali hotel.
- Have a question about the Tegallalang + Monkey Forest Tour ? See the tour info for a brief information of the places you may visit.
Tegallalang Rice Terraces in Bali
- The Tegallalang Rice Terraces is located in Ubud, 41km or 1 hour 40 minutes north of Kuta.
- Most of local Balinese in Ubud works traditionally as farmers, specializes on hill area rice farming.
- Ubud has three location to see captivating rice terraced landscape, but Tegallalang stand as the most famous one.
- The area is known for its beautiful scenes of rice paddies terrace built using ancient subak irrigation and plantation technique.
- Nearby the rice terrace is a small village of Pakudui, a craftsman’s village famous for its sculptures.
- The Goa Gajah, or Elephant Cave, is located in Ubud, about 1 hour 20 min (37 km from Kuta).
- Built in the 9th century, the cave served as a sanctuary for meditation and contains both Hindu and Buddhist imagery.
- Open daily from 08:00 – 16.00, the complex contains a meeting hall, old stone carvings and ancient statues — the scenes you’d expect straight out of an Indiana Jones movie.