The Life of Balinese Rice – Subak System of Bali

In Bali, we really depend on our agricultural life and farming is one of the economic growth of our people, in Bali, we have a unique way to do our agriculture called the Subak system that already listed as one of the UNESCO heritages. Subak is the water management (irrigation) system for the paddy fields on Bali island. It was developed in the 9th century. For the Balinese, irrigation is not simply providing water for the plant’s roots, but water is used to construct a complex, pulsed artificial ecosystem. The system consists of five terraced rice fields and water temples covering nearly 20,000 hectares (49,000 acres). The temples are the main focus of this cooperative water management, known as Subak.

Highlight Activities :

  • Meet the farmer and have a tour around the Subak system
  • Learn about the History of Subak and how the farmer work together for their field
  • Visit the Subak temple and learn how the connection between the spirit with the human
  • Visit the rice production house to a rice storage house
  • Try to learn how to plant rice and how to plowing rice with the Balinese cow

Experience Info :

  • Commute Time: 35 Minutes From Ubud
  • Start Time and Duration: for 4 Hours
  • Food: Balinese Food With Vege Option
  • Location: Badung Regency
  • Availability : On Request

Journey Includes :

  • Entrance Ticket
  • All Activities, Workshops, And Classes
  • Facilitator /Local Guide
  • Documentation
  • Water Gallon Refill
  • Snacks On The Car
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