The Jatiluwih rice terraces is located in the Regency of Tabanan, west Bali. The cool highland and breathtaking view of the largest rice terraces on the island situated on the slope of Mt. Batukaru will give you such great chance to spoil your eyes as well as your camera. This incredible site has also been accredited as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Feel the fresh air as we drive open VW classic car will allow you the see all views on the way.
This temple was built by the king of Mengwi in 17th century located at Mengwi District, Badung Regency and functioned as family temple that was dedicated to the kingdom’s ancestors. This temple was also used as representative of the nine most important in Bali, so in that period people who lived in Mengwi did not need to go too far for worshipping. The temple is divided into 4 different courtyards with different level symbolizing 4 different worlds on earth. The garden in this temple is also beautifully arranged that make the area more beautiful.
This lake is the second biggest lake in Bali which was formed by a massive eruption of an ancient volcano. You can also find a beautiful Ulun Danu Beratan Temple which looks like a floating temple during high tide. In this area is also found many restaurants where we will serve you lunch before drop you back to your hotel.
Lunch will be served in Indonesian buffet. It is near Beratan Lake. We have lunch here before continuing to the last stop.
The place is very famous with huge rice terrace in Bali and local people there still use traditional way to process their field so if we are lucky, sometime we see people plowing rice field or planting rice. It is very instagramable place for those who love posting amazing picture on their social media.