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Campuhan Ridge Walk, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

By Sonyaandtravis @sonyaandtravis

On the third day in Ubud, Bali we decided to view the rice-paddies and what better way to do this then the famous Campuhan Ridge Walk.

The Campuhan Ridge Walk is well trodden with good paths, the first half has dirt roads that even tour vans can get to and on the way down winding sealed roads. There were plenty of places to stop for a drink or view along the way. One of the highlights was the Neka Art Museum which I will write about in a separate post.

Start of Campuhan trail the lush river valley
The path starts on the right of the outer wall of a group of temples
Path surrounded by green elephant grass

A lone palm tree on top of the ridge
Travis and Farah with the rice paddies in the background
Farmer working on the rice fields

The steep terrace of the rice field capturing the water
Rice fields along the Campuhan Ridge
Travis and Farah at Karsa Café

Farah enjoying a coconut, more so the flower
View of the rice paddies from Karsa Café
Young shoots of rice growing

Rice field with small shade structure in the background
The rice fields viewed when crossing the ridge
Pura Pucak Payongan Temple

Pura Khayangan Temple
Indonesian flags ready for Independence Day
Lush rice paddy behind Bintang building

Travis standing inside the rice paddy
  1. Ibah Luxury Villas
  2. Pura Gunung Lebah
  3. Karsa Cafe
  4. Bangkiang Village
  5. Pura Pucak Payongan
  6. Pura Khayangan
  7. Neka Art Gallery
  8. Mozaic Restaurant
  9. Bintang Supermarket
  10. Botanical Garden
  11. Don Antonio Blanco Museum

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