The Jatiluwih rice terraces comprise over 600 hectares of rice fields following the flowing hillside topography of the Batukaru mountain range. These are well-maintained by a traditional water management cooperatives dating back to the 9th century! Jatiluwih is derived from two words. Jati means “real” and Luwih means “good” or “beautiful”. Jatiluwih is the only place on earth that has three annual rice harvests.
Tanah Lot is a rock formation off the Indonesian island of Bali. It is one of the important directional temples in Bali. The temple is located on a rock just offshore. It is said to be the work of revered 15th century Hindu priest Nirartha and forms an important element of Balinese spirtualism and mythology.
Bali Butterfly Park is dedicated to research, breeding and preservation of butterflies. The park is home to some of the rare species of butterflies including the birdwing butterfly, swallowtail and great Mormon.
- The UNESCO rice terraces of Jatiluwih
- The Butterfly Garden
- The sea temple of Tanah Lot
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- The Batukaru temple
- The Pura Taman Ayun temple
- The monkey forest of Alas Kedaton
- The sea temple of Batu Bolong
- The beaches nearby
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