Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Biggest rice terraces in Bali & World Heritage Site

Indonesia, Bali
Nature & Animals
2-3 hours

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in Bali, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a breathtaking expanse of terraced rice fields and also the largest rice terrace in Bali.

This stunning landscape is renowned for its natural beauty, cultural significance, and the intricate Subak irrigation system— an ancient Balinese way of watering their rice fields.

The Jatiluwih area showcases the traditional Balinese agricultural practices with carved terraces that follow the contours of the hilly landscape. The lush, vibrant green rice paddies stretch as far as the eye can see, creating a mesmerizing and peaceful panorama against the backdrop of Mount Batukaru and surrounding hills.

You have the opportunity to explore these expansive rice fields on foot or by bicycle. The area offers various trekking paths, allowing you to wander through the terraces and witness the daily activities of local farmers.


  • Entrance fee is 40.000IDR
  • How to visit the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces? Hire a private driver for a day or join an organised group to visit.
  • You can choose between several routes through the rice terraces ranging from a short walk to a 2-3 hours walk.
  • It's a perfect spot for nature lovers, photographers, and those seeking to experience the authentic and serene beauty of rural Bali.