Sprawled across the district of Penebel of Tabanan in West Bali, the picturesque Jatiluwih rice fields are widely renowned for their exotic landscapes. The name ‘Jatiluwih’ comes from two distinct words – ‘Jati’, which translates to ‘real’ or ‘original’, and ‘luwih’, which means ‘beautiful’. Over six hundred hectares of undulating rice terraces make up the breathtaking scenery of the cool highlands and offer a tranquil retreat from the bustling southern portion of the island.
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