Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Entrance fee 2018

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Entrance fee 2018

Bali Jatiluwih Rice Terraces . Bali island as a tourist destination also famous for the scenic beauty of rice terraces. Although there are many places to see rice terraces scenery in Bali. However, there are only two rice terraces that so famous as a tourist attraction in Bali, and they are, Tegalalang rice terraces in Ubud and Jatiluwih rice terraces in Tabanan. Then how about you, do you have the interest to see the scenery of rice terraces during your holidays in Bali?

Because the location of Jatiluwih rice fields is below the mountain, then when you have a vacation to the Jatiluwih rice paddy field, you will be able to see the mountain scenery. The name of the mountain is Batukaru mountain. Due to the location of Jatiluwih rice field area with an altitude of 700 meters above sea level, the air around the rice field is frigid. However, the coolness of the air is not like at Beratan Lake Bedugul, but not as hot as the air on Pandawa Beach Bali.

main point of interest of Jatiluwih rice field :

An incredibly vast expanse of rice paddy fields.
The rice field shape like terraces because of the location of rice fields on the hill.
The layout of the paddy field is impeccable.
A fresh air around the rice fields.
Able to see mountain scenery and coastal scenery from the rice fields.

Entrance Fee at Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is Rp.40.000

Most people who have a vacation to Jatiluwih rice paddy, usually after visiting the Botanical Gardens in Bedugul and Ulun Danu temple at Beratan Lake Bedugul. Due to the location of Jatiluwih rice, paddy is unidirectional with Botanical Gardens Bedugul and Ulun Danu Temple Bedugul. To make it easier for you to find the place of Jatiluwih paddy field, please use BALI PRIVATE DRIVER.

YOU can visit JAtiluwih Rice Terraces with BALI PRIVATE DRIVER, Because Your Holiday more Comfor and Enjoyable.


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