Tegallalang Rice TerracesTuesday, February 10, 2015
Walk with Cham in Tegallalang Rice Terraces
Rice fields aren't really new to us Pinoys as we have a lot of well manicured rice fields at the northern part of our country. But because the Tegallalang Rice Fields is a famous place in Ubud, we made a quick stop nonetheless.
Tegallalang Rice Field is a tourist attraction in Ubud area. Rice terraces are quite rampant in Bali in fact rice fields are almost synonymous to Bali. Tegallalang is the most well-known rice terraces in the province as it offers a beautiful landscape perfect for sightseeing and picture taking.
I think we came during the lean season as the rice had already been harvested. Brown and green stripes covered the whole area. I was kind of expecting it to be all green though.
You can see cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops at the edge of the field. It would be nice to have lunch here with the rice terraces as your backdrop.
|Lovely backdrop while having your coffee|
But because we already had our lunch, we took this opportunity for picture taking.
|with sister, Georgina|
|Trio- youngest, eldest, middle|
|Yes! We are complete!!!|
|Of course with my MAN <3|
|Solo shot ni Mike|
|#ChaMike <3 <3 <3|
I couldn't compare the rice fields in our country with the ones in Bali because it was not the harvest season when I witnessed it. For those who haven't seen Philippine's rice terraces you can check my blog just so you'd have an idea what it looks like in the Philippines - Things to do in Sagada- Bomok-od Falls
Opening Hours: Open anytime but best to visit during day time
How to get there: rent a van for one whole day, try www.anggunbalitours.com
Entrance Fee: Free of charge