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Rajinder Butt


We enjoyed the lot in Ubud , and experience the Tegalalang rice terrace


Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali and owns a whole wide platter for travelers. From the Tegalalang Rice Terrace to the monkey forest, this place lacks nowhere and has almost everything a vacationer needs. The rice fields or the paddy fields are trails of lush green which are well cut in the form of steps and showcases different hues of darker and lighter tones of greens. If you wish to explore the natural beauty of the region then this is truly your place to be.

About the destinations:

Tegalalang rice terrace: 
These rice fields form trails of lush green which are well cut in the form of steps and showcases different hues of darker and lighter tones of greens. If you wish to explore the natural beauty of the region then this is truly your place to be. The entire region is filled up with the fresh air and the aura of these paddy fields will melt your heart away. The best way to explore the beauty is from the Bali swing or by strolling along with it.

Ubud Monkey Forest: 
Officially called the Mandala Suci Wenara Wana this place is an abode of apes. Here you can spot the Balinese monkeys which have a distinctive feature of the long tail. There are almost 749 monkeys in the entire sanctuary and one must be careful while entering the place as they get attracted to the shiny things.

Goa Gajah: 
Tour the Elephant cave which was built back in the 9th century and has intriguing carvings all over. Although the origin of the caves is still unknown, the combination of Hindu and Buddhist imagery is beautiful enough to bewitch you.

About Tegalalang Rice Field Tour: 
-Embrace the beauty of the Tegalalang rice terrace and add a new dimension to your Bali vacations.
-You will begin your 8 hours private tour with an early morning pick up at 9:00 from the hotel.
-In the very beginning, you will be visiting Tegenungan waterfalls, where you can enjoy nature at best
-Unveil the intriguing wonder the Goa Gajah or the Elephant cave, which is famed for its intricate carvings and hails out to the history lovers.
-Then you will head towards tasting one of the most expensive coffees in the world Kopi Luwak at Paulina Coffee Plantation.
-Then you can proceed to the Tegalalang Rice Terrace which is all surrounded by greenery.
-Later, you will be visiting the Ubud monkey forest which owns more than 700 monkeys and is one of the best places to visit here.
-In the end, you will be dropped off at the hotel with a lot of memories.

Other Inclusions

  • Car
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  • English Speaking Driver
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  • Parking Fee
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  • Entrance fee


  • Round trip transfers in private air-conditioned vehicle

Things To Carry

  • Sunglasses
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  • Sunscreen
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  • Hats/Caps
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  • Camera
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  • Valid ID Proof


  • Take care of yourself from the monkeys at the Ubud forest.
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  • Make sure that you do not wear anything shiny at the monkey forest of Ubud.

Tour Type

  • This is a private tour

Cancellation Policy

  • Canceled before 5 days of the trip : 100% refund
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  • Canceled before 2 days of the trip : 50% refund
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  • Canceled after 2 days before the trip : no refund

Refund Policy

  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days
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  • All applicable refunds will be done in traveller's thrillophilia wallet as Thrillcash

Booking Confirmation Policy

  • The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking
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  • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
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  • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.

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    We enjoyed the lot in Ubud , and experience the Tegalalang rice terrace


    People Also Ask

    1. How to redeem this voucher?

      The redemption of the voucher is an easy task you can easily provide a mobile voucher or just bring a hard copy along with you. But make sure that you avail the activity on the specified date, as it is not valid for any other date than the mentioned one. 

    2. What is the best time to visit the rice terrace?

      The best time to visit this Rice Field is in the wet season of Bali. The monsoon arrives in the months from October to March and the landscape of the place transform entirely. Though it is a year-round destination these are the preferable months. Also, the best time is till 10 am in the morning or in the late afternoon, as there is no heat at this time.

    3. What is opening hours of Tegalalang Rice Terrace?

      The place is accessible from early in the morning at 9:00 am to 6:00 pm in the evening. Though the best time to visit is in the morning as the sun rays cover the place and the view becomes even more beautiful. But this is a place whose charm never dies off and you can visit it whenever you feel like, also you can make the customizations and alter the tour timings once confirmed by the operator.

    4. What is special in Rice Field?

      The Tegalalang paddy fields are known for the terrace cut layout which makes it even more beautiful. It has a series of rice fields which make the lookout very beautiful. Something which makes this place a must visit is the scenic backdrops which will melt your heart away. When here, you will be all awestruck as this kind of beauty is nowhere on the earth and the slope cut terrace fields with rice plantations make it even more beautiful for the visitors. You can also stroll along with them and capture images.

    5. How much time will it take to cover the trip?

      The total time to cover the trip is 10 hours. However, this totally depends on the travellers that how much time they give to one place. You can even stroll along the paddy fields for 20-30 minutes but if you are a nature lover and wish to stay close to nature then you can visit the place even for a couple of hours. Rest each place has a specific time slot in which it is to be covered, but 10 hours are more than enough to capture these places.

    6. Will there be Tegalalang Rice Field swing also?

      The Bali swing is located right above the paddy fields and here you can swing and see the beautiful landscapes. There is no other swing from where you can take a look at the scenic terrace paddy fields. Though the price of this swing is not included in the package, you can avail for it at an additional charge. Make sure you specify this at the time of booking.

    7. What are the opening hours of Goa Gajah?

      The opening and closing hours of the Elephant cave or the Goa Gajah is from 8:30 am in the morning to 4:30 pm in the afternoon. This is the only time when you can take a look at the elegantly built caves, but make sure that you wear the sarong or a sash which is compulsory and is available here.

    8. Do they have sarong at the temple?

      Yes, a sarong is available at the temples and you can even buy it from the shops outside the temples. This is not at all a point of concern. Also, you can take one along as this is something which you will need at all the temples and there will be no entry allowed without it.

    9. How far is monkey forest from Rice Terrace?

      The monkey forest and the Tegalalang Rice Terrace are located at a distance of almost 11 km away from each other. Which is it will barely take 20 to 30 minutes to reach out from the forest to the rice field. But it is advised to visit the rice fields first keeping in mind the views of the place.

    10. Can you tell about the opening and closing hours of Monkey forest Bali?

      The opening and closing hours of the forest of Bali is from 8:30 am in the morning to 5:30 pm in the evening. The itinerary is planned, keeping in mind the operating hours of the places and each one of them will be covered accordingly.

    11. Is monkey forest safe for children?

      Yes, the forest is safe for both children and adults alike. But remember the glittery things attract the monkeys and you should avoid wearing them. Rest it is an absolutely safe place and owns more than 700 money of 186 different species. Another thing which you must take care of this to not allow the children to harm the monkeys as they may even attack them in return.

    12. What to carry before going on this trip?

      Before you plan a trip to Ubud make sure you keep the essentials which are a hat, sunscreen, camera, and basic medications such that you can enjoy the most at your vacations. Also, do not forget to keep the online booking voucher copy. Rest it totally depends on your needs, you may carry what you think is essential.

    13. Is there any dress code for entrance in Elephant cave Bali?

      There is no specific dress code, but you have to make sure that your knees and elbows are not showing and are all covered. Apart from this, it is necessary to wear a sarong or sash which is available there on rent and if you wish you can even buy it from the local shops. It is advised to wear the dresses properly else you will not be allowed to enter the temples and other sacred places.

    14. Is it worth visiting the Tegalalang rice terrace when visiting Bali?

      Yes, it is absolutely worth visiting the rice and paddy fields as the views here will melt your heart away And another aspect is the layout of the field which is just one of its kinds is beautiful enough to make you fall in love with and visit it over and over again.

    15. Will there be any additional charge for this trip?

      No, there are no additional charges for this trip and everything is inclusive in this. You can also avail the pick-up and drop service for some specific locations as there is no additional charge for that. Make sure you are ready 5 to 10 minutes before the scheduled arrival to avoid loss of time.

    16. What more places can you suggest as a small trip?

      Other places which you can visit in Ubud or can add in your trip are Ubud Palace, Museum Puri Lukisan, and several other places. But if you wish to move a little away from Ubud then you can visit the beaches and the Uluwatu temple. If you are looking for quiet places then you can visit Seminyak and Sanur.

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