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Rice field in Ubud, Bali
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A walk through the beautiful rice fields in Ubud, Bali, is a must for any visitor. Ubud is the center of cultural tourism in Bali with numerous temples, ancient sites and craft centers. While taking a walk through the extensive rice fields one can visit local Balinese Art painters in their homes or watch wood carvers at work. Ubud is located on the slopes leading towards the central mountains.

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