Situated at an altitude of 700 metres, Jatiluwih village is a green, fertile expanse of rice paddies that seem to unfold from the sides of Mount Agung and Mount Batukaru and extend all the way to the coast. Paddy farmers here rely on a traditional, community based irrigation system known as subak.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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