Route to the North of Bali: Non-touristy Rice Terraces, Waterfalls, and a Buddhist Temple

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The route is built from the Tabanan district.
📍First location, Belimbing Rice Terraces.
The road Jl. Raya Denpasar - Gilimanuk to the west of Bali is quite fast with good pavement, but there is a lot of truck traffic.
After turning onto Jl. Antosari Pupuan Street, you will immediately feel relieved by the empty road with rice fields on both sides. Closer to the terraces, there will be winding sections for those who love serpentine roads.
You can stop at local cafes, Warung Tepi Sawah or Warung Made Ayu Kusuma, on the terraces.
These local cafes are inexpensive and serve simple dishes. You can have a satisfying meal for around 50k. You can walk on pathways within the terraces.
Free entrance.
📍After visiting the terraces, move back to the main road and head north to see the Sade Waterfall.
The turn to the waterfall will be immediately after the gas station, so turn left and be prepared for a slightly uncomfortable but picturesque road. You will also see another stunning hidden terrace along the way.
The path to the waterfall is not very noticeable, so it is best to stop at Warung Ninik Hugo and ask the locals how to get there.
Free entrance, but a local guide may join you for a donation and guide you. They will park your bike in their houses nearby.
📍After visiting the waterfall, go back to the main road and head north to see the three waterfalls in one place.
Free entrance directly from the road. Landmark - the building opposite the entrance. There will be a long descent, but you will be rewarded with three beautiful waterfalls at the bottom.
The distance between them is a 5-7 minutes walk.
📍The final point of the route - Vihara Dharma Giri, a Buddhist temple.
Entrance to the temple is by donation. Sarong will be provided at the entrance. The main attraction of the temple is a large statue of a reclining Buddha. Additionally, there is a flock of pigeons that are fed in the temple. You can feed them and take photos with the birds on your hands.
A bit west of the temple, you can have a snack at Warung Tanggu Mie Chadal.
The cuisine is local and more like fast food, but with a magnificent view of the rice fields and mountains.
Author - @fish_spirit
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