We started our day with an early morning visit to the famous paddy fields - Tegalalang. The rice terraces are AWESOME. The views are extremely beautiful but you need to walk a lot - up and down the stairs to enjoy the place. Though the locals there pose for photos / selfies and then ask for donation. Other than that the place is great. One important point is to start early since later in the day it gets really hot and the place gets crowded. We bought tickets for 10k from Ceking Rice Terrace office and entered on the other side of the road around 100 meters from the ticket counter. We tried one of the swings as well and it was a good experience too. Must recommend this while you are in Ubud.
Another iconic place to get clicked - this one was just for the gram :P
I would suggest you to not skip Tegalalang Rice terrace visit if you are planning to visit Bali. There are many rice terraces which are private and only available for tourism (of course they charge you around 200 to 300 INR). You can go in any of them, they are all next to each other. We went to a rice terrace which had coffee plantation at some other location but they provided coffee and tea at rice terrace. They gave us 16 different types of tea and coffee for taste (surprisingly for free).Luwak coffee is also a very well known coffee in Bali. I spent 250 INR on it, but I didn't feel it was worth it. I found it same as regular coffee. You might have a different opinion though.After spending 2 hours we went back to hotel.
5.) TEGALLALANG RICE TERRACESOne of the places that was high on my list while visiting Ubud was rice terraces. As usual, I woke up early to watch the sunrise over these rice terraces and to see how they shine. But in reality, I was super disappointed when I visited. Not because they were not good but because the crops were harvested and it was not the best time to visit. I was able to imagine the beauty of this place when the paddy fields would have crops.