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Friday, 28 December 2012

Bali Attractions: Tegalalang Rice Terrace


On our journey back from Kintamani, we made a brief stop at Tegalalang, a rice farming village.There is just a short row of shops selling handicrafts here and a few children were harassing us to buy postcards. 
Terraced paddy fields are a common sight in Bali as opposed to only flat ones found in Malaysia. The terracing in Tegalalng is however done on a steep terrain and on narrower strips of land creating a beautiful design especially viewed from afar.

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