It's a beautiful scenery. It looks almost like a waterfall of greenery or geographical contours on a map. I took some lovely photos of it, especially when the sun was up and the terrace was partly shaded by clouds. It made a wonderful effect.
The Rice Terrace's of Bali are beautiful and certainly worth a visit.
The terraces go back over 2,000 years when hard-working farmers with primitive hand tools began carving the stepped terraces out of steep hill sides.
The emerald-green rice terraces in the river gorge north of Tegallalang village in central Bali ( are considered the most stunning and offer the best photo opportunitys.
Other popular lush-green and well-tended Balinese rice paddy's are in the Ubud area (including Sayan) and Pupuan, Jatiluwih. Tabanan and Tirtagangga.
The only downside to our visit to the Rice Paddies was the amount of hawkers that seemed to come out from nowhere, suddenly we were surrounded by them and virtually had to push our way through them to get back to the car.
Lots more Photos here.