One of the many spiritual and cultural traditions on the island of Bali; rice farming has been practiced for centuries and continues to this day. This has also created an opportunity for tourism as the amazing and stunning views of rice terraces on the many hills of Bali attract the curiosity of travellers.
An expansive plantation of banana trees in North Bali.
Landscape of rice terraces on the beautiful island of Bali.
The beautiful Balinese landscape filled with nature and healthy rice fields.
Fertile land used for growing rice in North Bali.
Bali island, also known as the Land of the Last Paradise.
Subak is a traditional and sustainable form of irrigation used in rice farming on the island of Bali.
A tradition that is both spiritual, communal and creates sustenance for Balinese people, rice farming has been practiced on Bali for at least 2,000 years.
Visiting rice terraces is a popular activity for many tourists visiting the island of Bali.
Several brick roofs of traditional Balinese homes