Bali‘s rice terraced rice field has been described as an engineered landscape collaboration between nature and human being.
Terracing allows rice to be planted on steep slopes and protects the land from erosion. Each terrace is irrigated by a complex series of channels controlled by small dams
The famous terraced rice paddies in the village of Tegalalang Bali close to the district of Ubud, is a well-known tourist attraction in the central part of Bali, due to one direction to tourist attractions such as Kintamani or Gunungapi Batur and its lake, holy spring temple or Tirta Empul temple
In this place, there are many, restaurants, art shops that offer a variety of Balinese souvenirs.