Subak is a Term for Balinese Traditional Water Irrigation System that has been used for hundreds of years by Balinese People. Subak also became an attraction from both domestic and foreign tourists, with Subak Jatiluwih being amongst them. 

Subak Jatiluwih is located in Jatiluwih Village, Tabanan District in Bali. Subak Jatiluwih has been Inscribed in UNESCO World Heritage Site. Let’s dive further into.

Part of Catur Angga Batukaru Region, Subak Jatiluwih Heritage Site have a role as living monument for ancient Bali civilization. Until today, Subak Jatiluwih has been supported by Village Community and Traditional Irrigation Organization. 

Naturally, as a farming focused village in mountainous region, Jatiluwih have a magnificent view of nature. Tourists are presented with Rice Paddy Terrace with Subak as their irrigation system has become its own attraction with the inscription as a World Heritage Site in June 2012 by UNESCO. 

Tourists can learn about farming, subak and other activities about green farming. With the agrotourism concept, you can try to cultivate farmland by tilting the land, planting and harvesting the rice, and experience religious rituals related to balinese traditional farming methods. 

You can click the below button for more information about Jatiluwih World Heritage Site Status. 

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