Over the years Bali has become one of the most popular islands in the Far East. It is one of the 13,677 islands which make up the Indonesian archipelago that stretches over 5000 km along the equator, between the Indian and Pacific oceans. With its only 140 kilometers length and 80 kilometers width, Bali is well known all over the world for its coral fringed beaches, lush tropical forests, hot springs, volcanoes, hidden temples and mountainous landscapes all waiting to be explored. With such a variety of landscapes and rich culture you can easily spend a couple of weeks enjoying it. And throughout central Bali you can visit colorful markets, learn about Balinese culture, see countless temples, experience religious festivals and traditional dancing.

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Monday, May 30, 2011

Stunning Jatiluwih Terraces

When We explore the central region of Bali, it would be truly pity to miss out to enjoy such a stunning rice terraces at the Village of Jatiluwih in the regency of Tabanan. The regency itself is known as the rice barn of Bali where in most part of the region the local people are farming rice as the main farm. They farm a lot of Bali rice which is one of the best quality rice that we grow on the island of Bali. Jatiluwih has been stated as one of the world cultural heritage. Visitors are easily can wander around this fabulous paddy field and having such a great walk, observing the ancient irrigation system and traditional farming system that has been practiced by the local farmers for centuries.

A lady farmer is harvesting the Bali rice, it is all done by hand.

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