Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces are considered to be the most beautiful in Bali and cover an area of over 600 hectares. The stunning landscape of Jatiluwih is a result of traditional Balinese irrigation system known as "Subak", which was designed in the 9th century and still in use today.
You can hike or cycle through the terraces to enjoy the breathtaking views of the lush green paddies and the surrounding mountains. The terraces are also surrounded by dense tropical forests that are home to a variety of wildlife such as monkeys, birds, and butterflies. There are several viewpoints throughout the area that provide panoramic views of the terraces and the picturesque villages that dot the landscape.
In addition to its natural beauty, Jatiluwih also offers a glimpse into traditional Balinese culture. The area is home to many small villages where you can observe the traditional lifestyle of the local farmers and craftsmen. There are also several restaurants that serve traditional Balinese cuisine made from locally grown ingredients.
Overall, Jatiluwih is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Bali who wants to experience the natural and cultural beauty of the island.