Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Jatiluwih rice terrace

Bali is known in the world as a very complete tourist destination. starting from cultural tourism, culinary and natural beauty that really spoils our eyes.

One of the most famous natural attractions and has even been designated as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO since 2012 is the Jatiluwih rice terrace.

Jatiluwih is a village located in Penebel sub-district, Tabanan Regency, Bali. Jatiluwih is a tourist village, with beautiful panoramas accompanied by terraced rice fields. The air is cool because it is at an average altitude of 700 meters above sea level. Since 2000, Jatiluwih has become a tourist destination, especially for those who like natural beauty.

jatiluwih rice terrace

The rice field area in this village is 53,000 hectares and is located at the foot of Mount Batukaru, the second highest mountain in Bali after Mount Agung.

As mentioned above, the procedures for processing agricultural land in this village are different from rice fields in general. The rice fields here are in the form of terrasing due to geographical location and also for functional purposes.

With this form, irrigation becomes more effective because water can flow from one rice field to another. This irrigation system is also known as subak, which functions to regulate the distribution of irrigation flows that irrigate each plot of rice field area.

Subak is a term for a traditional irrigation system that has been around for generations and is still used by the Balinese people. Subak also attracts tourists, both domestic and foreign, Subak Jatiluwih is one of them.


Information board in one of the jogging/hiking track at Jatiluwih. Entrance ticket is 40.000 Idr/person.

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