UNESCO’s Jatiluwih’ Rice Terrace, Temple, and Gallery (Min 2 pax)

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Description

Jatiluwih, is a rice terrace formation with an ancient irrigation system that has been awarded UNESCO’s World Heritage title. We explore different aspect of rice cultivation, from methods of planting, type of tools, until numerous types of rice. The local tie the rice cultivation practice with at least 11 interesting ceremonies. Every steps exemplified human relation with His/Her creator.

 The Subak, located in Jatiluwih, is a rice terrace formation with an ancient irrigation system that has been awarded UNESCO’s World Heritage title. Guests arrive in Jatiluwih at 10 am (best time to see the shinning rice field). We will explore different aspect of rice cultivation, from methods of planting, type of tools, until numerous types of rice.

The view of different levels of the rice paddy next to the Batukaru Mountain is spectacularly serene scenery. Jati luwih is not only a place to cultivate rice paddy, but also it’s a place where the locals gets in touch with their spiritualism. The local tie the rice cultivation practice with at least 11 interesting ceremonies. Every steps exemplified human relation with his/her creator.

The tour also visits Besikalung temple that is located in the forest. The tour will be accompanied by a Hindu Priest that will bless the journey every step of the way. The journey ends at Jatiluwih Museum where we can see the progression of tools and lifestyle of farmers from the old times.

Overview

The Subak, in jatiluwih, is a 303 hectares rice terrace formation with an ancient irrigation system that has been awarded World Heritage title by UNESCO. Continue the journey to the Besikalung temple and jatiluwih museum before returning home.

 What to expect

We will arrive in Jatiluwih at 10 am, which is the best time to view the rice fields because the sun is exactly at 50 degrees angle and the field’s surface would be shinning. Our guide will fully explores different aspect of rice cultivation, from methods of planting, type of tools, until numerous varieties of rice.

Immerse yourself in the Balinese cultural experience and long tradition of cultivating rice. The view of different levels of the rice paddy next to the Batukaru Mountain is spectacularly serene scenery by itself.

Jati luwih is not only a place to cultivate and harvest rice paddy, but it also it’s a place where the locals gets in touch with their spiritualism. The local tie the rice cultivating practice with at least 11 interesting ceremonies. Every steps exemplified and symbolizes human relation with his/her creator.  We will also visit Besikalung temple that is located in the forest where the spiritualism is being practiced. Because of the close ties among spiritualism, ancestor, and nature the tour will be accompanied by a Hindu Priest that will bless the journey every step of the way.

The tour ends at Jatiluwih Museum where we can see the progression of tools and lifestyle of farmers from the old times. This tour emphasize on the authentic adventure for our customer to soak up all the originality of Mount Batur, Bali

07.30 – 08:00 Hotel picks up

10.00 – 11.00 Rice Paddy Field

11.00 – 12.00 Besikalung Temple

12.00 – 13.00 Museum visit

13.00 – 14.00 Buffet Lunch with Stunning View

Important things To Bring:

  • Comfortable Shoes or Sport Shoes
  • Camera

Included:

  • Your own Private car and private tour
  • Hotel Pick Up and Drop Off by Air Conditioned Car
  • Driver and English Speaking local guide
  • Local Priest
  • Fuel surcharge
  • Light bamboo Trekking Pole (pake wrist band)
  • Bottled Water and Snacks
  • Lunch Buffett at Gong Restaurant
  • Entrance fees to Jatiluwih and Museum
  • Light rainy coat (when raining)

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