We know that Instagram is a carefully curated feed of life and also shows the not so curated side of things depending on the person. This has been a topic of conversation for a long time about how social media doesn’t always tell the reality of a situation. I’m a firm believer that every Instagram feed is different. Some have a built a brand, business and life out of those curated feeds which I admire and respect as Digital Marketer.
Personally, I am just not one of those. Mainly because I am not patient enough and often I like posting in the moment. I also do enough curated content for clients that when it comes to my own feed, I like the easiness of it. That being said, I often use Instagram has a bucket list of sorts which is why Tegalalang Rice Terrace was high on my must see while in Bali.
What is Tegalalang Rice Terrace?
The Tegalalang Rice Terraces in Ubud is one of the most famous spots for tourists to flock to. It is the beautiful scene of vistas and rice paddies. Tegallalang forms 3 terraced landscapes and offers scenic outlooks. It is breathtaking and it’s not hard to understand why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. That being said, between all those breathtaking spots is something a lot of people leave out. The constant “donations” that are asked of you at almost every 10 minutes, the number of tourists and just a whole lot of Bali Swings.