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Subak Sok Wayah, Ubud, Bali 80571, Indonesia

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Great value, Free, Quirky/offbeat, Popular with locals, Family-friendly, Off the beaten path

UNESCO lists Bali's rice terrace fields and subak irrigation system as a cultural landscape of Bali. Although not the protected World Heritage site (which is less accessible from the town center), Subak Sok Wayah is a narrow pathway that winds its way from Ubud town center out to the unspoiled rice terrace fields. Along the route are organic cafes, small souvenir stalls, and art galleries. The pathway gets a lot less touristy the further away from the town center it goes, and it is even possible to loop around and enter the town from the opposite side. You can also rent a bike to travel down the pathway, which cuts between the vibrant, green terraced rice fields.

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Rice Terrace Field Walk

UNESCO lists Bali's rice terrace fields and subak irrigation system as a cultural landscape of Bali. Although not the protected World Heritage site (which is less accessible from the town center), Subak Sok Wayah is a narrow pathway that winds its way from Ubud town center out to the unspoiled rice terrace fields. Along the route are organic cafes, small souvenir stalls, and art galleries. The pathway gets a lot less touristy the further away from the town center it goes, and it is even possible to loop around and enter the town from the opposite side. You can also rent a bike to travel down the pathway, which cuts between the vibrant, green terraced rice fields.