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Ubud Kajeng Rice Fields Walk

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Jl. Kajeng, Ubud, Indonesia
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The swings

The big swings were such a fun experience. You swing over rice fields. There are so many swings so... read more

Reviewed yesterday
asanki f
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Melbourne, Australia
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Hard to find but worth it!

We spent about 15 minutes trying to figure out where to start this walk and ended up just “winging... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
KS41013
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Santa Rosa
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Jl. Kajeng, Ubud, Indonesia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The big swings were such a fun experience. You swing over rice fields. There are so many swings so make sure you do your research before you go so you know which one you want to do. The rice fields were beautiful

Thank asanki f
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We spent about 15 minutes trying to figure out where to start this walk and ended up just “winging it” and hoping for the best! It was totally worth it! We started from where most people end the walk but we actually preferred it. We...More

1  Thank KS41013
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I absolutely loved this walk. It was so peaceful and scenic seeing the farmers work the rice fields and the ducks at work. I was concerned after I read a few reviews about the walk being more difficult than some people made it out to...More

1  Thank cosmona2015
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We did this walk on out last day having just noticed the signposting (which isnt very obvious) near the Lotus Restaurant. It was a great walk past small shops and eventually up to the rice terraces where we saw people working in the fields, some...More

Thank tim1955867
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We did a longer version of this walk - the easiest way to follow the longer walk is to start up the side of puri Lukisan museum - there is a sign now saying Subak manis rice field walk. The beginning of the walk is...More

2  Thank daveloni
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The terraced rice field is shaped to follow the contour of adjacent earth contextual elevation. We saw wedding ceremony there too. Watch out your steps when you go down there. Enjoy a cup of coffee at the nearby coffee store and the view is worth...More

Thank mei2000ca
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Fantastic rice field walk with beautiful views. Experienced 100 ducks being guided from one rice field to another - great to watch! Remember to bring water. Restaurants on the walk and option to buy ice cream. Swings at one of the restaurants which our children...More

Thank Thomas J
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful walk through the rice fields. Really nice scenery and cool to see the ducks working away. Take water.

Thank mitch2294
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A nice quiet walk along the rice fields with lots of 'warongs' and friendly locals. Mind the dogs and motorcyclist tho.

Thank NorMohamad
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Easily accessible ridge walk to rice fields from downtown Ubud. Bring sunblock, bring a hat, bring your camera. Water on the ridge costs more, but perhaps it's better to buy there than lugging iters to the top 🤔

Thank Grograman L
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chanlil
5 May 2018|
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Response from Donald D | Reviewed this property |
You dont have to pay any fees if you are on your own but maybe if there is an accompanying guide he might ask for a token.
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sai1955
27 August 2017|
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Response from Guy B | Reviewed this property |
hi! you can do it on your own. you just need basket shoes or a good pair of sandals. it starts left from from Puri Lukasam museum. the beginning is an unappealing narrow path. For 400 meters.
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