Nangklak Ricefield Terraces: Enjoying Green and Peace in Majalengka

At the foot of Mount Ciremai in Majalengka, there are rice fields shaped like steps and full of green rice fields, this place is called the Nangklak Rice Terraces.
11 Nov 2022 · By Ivan Zulfikar
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Hearing the word rice terracing, maybe some of you are unfamiliar or even unfamiliar with the term. Terracing is a conservation method commonly found in mountainous areas. It is intended to reduce the slope of the site. This terracing activity is also a tourist attraction widespread in Indonesia, especially in Majalengka.

At the foot of Mount Ciremai in Majalengka, there are rice fields shaped like steps and full of green rice fields, this place is called the Nangklak Rice Terraces. This terrace looks like a ladder that makes your eyes immediately fresh and is also known for its beauty which is often compared to the terraces in Ubud, Bali.

Route to Nangklak Rice Terracing

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The route to the Payung or Nangklak Rice Terraces from Cirebon uses the Rajagaluh-Pajajar route, then turns towards Teja Village. The beauty of this place is very fitting when combined with a relaxed atmosphere in a coffee shop. You can take a short break at the rice field stall with food and coffee here.

Entrance Ticket and Opening Hours

Entering this terrace is free of charge or free. The locals are used to the visitors who come, as long as you maintain politeness when you come to this place. The best time to visit here is in the morning, from 06.00-11.00, so you can see the scene clearly. That's a review of the Umbrella Rice Terraces, don't forget to

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