Jatihluwih – Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia
The title of Jatiuwih comes from 2 Balinese words Jati + Luwih. Jati means actual, and Luwih means beautiful.
This title is given to the vast stretch of rice discipline dug in terraces on the slope of Mount Batukaru. The rice terrace forms stunning sight at all seasons, through the watering, or earlier than planting the rice looks like an amazing construction big glass with irregular dimension of frames.
When the rice almost reaches harvest time, usually the colour assorted between green and dark yellow. This mixture of colour types a panoramic views on reminiscent of extensive view over the terraces which border may be very distant down there.
Jatiluwih was additionally recently listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Website for its preservation of traditional and natural Balinese farming techniques. These include the ‘subak’ irrigation system where farmers share water – a tradition that dates back centuries.
The process of rising and harvesting rice is a large part of the unique Balinese tradition, and right here you’ll be able to witness the lifestyle that revolves round rice which is part of rural Bali life.
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