Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

Jatiluwih is a village which has a vast expanse of rice fields area with a panoramic view of terraced rice fields, beautiful situated in the District of Penebel, Tabanan Bali. Jatiluwih village is famous as a tourist spot with beautiful rice terraces that still use traditional Balinese irrigation system, located conveniently close to the mountains Batukaru with air condition fairly cool.

jatiluwih rice terrace

In terms of geography, Jatiluwih has an area of ​​approximately 33.22 km2, with a height of approximately 1,059 meters or 3.476 feet above sea level. has a tropical climate in almost all most months of the year, there is significant rainfall in this area, the annual temperature average is 19.0 ° C.
Jatiluwih is an agricultural area with rice farmers as the majority of the population. Aside from being a producer of rice and red rice from a rice field terraces / staircase steps wide and large, this region also produces other crops such as vegetables, coconut, coffee, bananas, etc.
Other than that, at this point in the community Jatiluwih also have formed a group - the group of farmers who will then be able to increase the income of the community as a fish farmer group, herd, etc. Community organization that specifically regulates the irrigation system (irrigation) of rice fields that are used in rice farming in Jatiluwih and on the island of Bali is generally referred to as Subak.

jatiluwih rice terrace

Village Jatiluwih has been defined by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage (WBD) since June 29, 2012 because it has a unique and common feature of the farm is to use the concept of Tri Hita Karana philosophy (philosophy of harmony between man and his fellow man, man and nature, and people with The Creator).
Jatiluwih Subak Landscape included in the region of Catur Angga Batukaru, which is one of five regions in Bali established by UNESCO world cultural heritage. Socio-cultural organization management Subak Jatiluwih Village is based on the principle of Tri Hita Karana philosophy that aims to achieve harmony and harmony between citizens Subak with each other, Subak residents with the environment / nature, and residents Subak with Creator / God as an element parahyangan.

jatiluwih rice terrace

To visit the sights of Jatiluwih recommended between the hours of 8:00 am until the afternoon about 5:00, because in between these hours the activities of farmers encountered. Due to heavy rainfall in the region Jatiluwih is recommended for tourists to always prepare an umbrella or a raincoat or good before visiting Jatiluwih visitors can monitor the weather forecast the day before.
To be able to enjoy the natural scenery Jatiluwih with green rice terraces and beautiful, tourists can visit Jatiluwih between the months of February to April, because in these months the rice plants will grow tall, green and yellow. At sometime in June-July (sasih Sada), the rice crop will be ready to harvest and harvest activities by farmers will be encountered..

jatiluwih rice terrace

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Jatiluwih Rice Terrace Information

  1. Entrance ticket IDR 10.000/person
  2. Open Time : 07.00 Am - 17.00 Pm
  3. Open Everyday
  4. Toilet Available Here
  5. Parking Available
  6. Restaurant Available
  7. Address : Jalan Jatiluwih Kangin No 2
  8. 082237804939
  • Open : 08.00 AM
  • Close: 06.00 PM


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