Jatiluwih Rice Terrace approximately 20 km. from Tabanan, the road climbs up high into the hills to a small village named Jatiluwih at a height of 850 meters above the sea level. The view here is one of the finest imaginable - Bali's terraced paddie fields stretching in endless contours over hills and valleys as far as the eyes can see.
The village of Krambitan, southwest of Tabanan, was once an extension of the ruling Raja's court, and is still a cultural stronghold, with music groups maintaining ancient customs of music and dancing using bamboo instruments.
There is a tiny road leading from Wongaya Gede across steep rice terraces to the village of Jatiluwih.The view of rice terraces is beautifully more than the one at Tegalalang in Ubud area. On the road south back to Tabanan, stop in to see the Pura Puseh in Penebel, which possesses an ancient lingga (phallus, symbol of Siwa) with a yoni pedestal in a pavilion west of the entrance tn the inner court. These are quite common in Java, but rare in Bali.