Emerald Green Rice Fields of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia

By Tim Kroeger July 12, 2014 Asia, Indonesia

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About 15 to 20 minutes outside of the city center of Ubud are the amazing Emerald Green Rice Fields.

The rice terraces were created more than 2,000 years ago by farmers with primitive hand tools. They began carving the stepped terraces out of steep hillsides. With the years the terraces got extended and are still cultivated as rice is the staple food of Bali.

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The easiest way to get there is by renting a motorbike. There are also guided tours available or you can hire a driver.

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  1. Sarah Perez October 4, 2015 at 9:35 pm - Reply

    Great pictures! I am planning on heading to Bali next year! Can't wait to see all this in person!


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