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Bali – the Jewel in Indonesia’s crown

Book your flights to Bali to immerse yourself in a tropical daydream filled with dazzling beaches and Balinese culture.

Submit to the charms of the Indonesian island’s coast, volcanic mountains, lush rice fields and Hindu heritage.

rice paddy at sunrise bali indonesia

Foodies can dig in at Seminyak and Jimbaran, while divers can discover reefs and wrecks in Tulamben and Permuteran, and even a sunken temple at Amed.

Head into the green folds of inland Bali to explore emerald rice paddies, hidden waterfalls, secret pools and crater lakes atop volcanic peaks.

Everyone from backpackers to mountaineers and yoga addicts will find happiness in Bali. Surfers will enjoy bustling Kuta beach, while luxury-seekers should head for Nusa Dua or the chic wellness resorts of Ubud.

Buy your plane tickets to Bali and start planning your itinerary for this idyllic island escape.

What’s the weather like in Bali?

What’s the weather like in Bali?

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

28°C

35cm

FEB

28°C

28cm

MAR

28°C

22cm

APR

28°C

9cm

MAY

28°C

8cm

JUN

27°C

6cm

JUL

26°C

5cm

AUG

26°C

2cm

SEP

27°C

4cm

OCT

28°C

8cm

NOV

28°C

17cm

DEC

28°C

28cm

Indonesia’s most popular holiday island enjoys a dry season from April to October, getting wetter between November and March. The period of December to February sees more rain than the rest of the year.

The average temperature highs hovers in the high 20°Cs all-year-round. Figures shown are for Denpasar – the island’s capital and main gateway.

Reasons to visit Bali

tourist ships anchored on the gili rengit beach bali indonesia

Balinese culture at Ubud

As one of the few Hindu enclaves in Southeast Asia, Bali offers a unique cultural experience. The most significant destination on the island is the town of Ubud, located inland in a setting of lush, monkey-populated forests and emerald rice paddies.

Enjoy local art galleries, handicraft workshops, traditional dance and puppetry performances, as well as numerous temples and regular festivals. Hike in the verdant surroundings, take part in a spiritual healing session, or simply hang out at one of the lovely riverside lodgings and organic cafes.

sekumpul waterfall on bali island indonesia

Cascades of beauty

Bali is blessed with stunning natural landscapes – dense forests packed with exotic flowering plants, rushing streams, colourful birds and exotic butterflies. You’ll come across deep pools carved out by crashing waterfalls, whose waters beckon anyone on a hike through the lush landscape.

The most picturesque of Bali’s many waterfalls include Sekumpul, Aling-Aling, Tegenungan and Gitgit. Some are much easier to reach than others – the more effort required, the fewer people you will find there.

clear underwater with tropical colour fish and coral reef

Adrenaline addicts

Bali is one of Indonesia’s leading locations for adventure sports. Experienced climbers and trekkers will want to savour the thrill of ascending Gunung Agung – Bali’s highest peak at just under 1,000 feet. For a less demanding climb, try the volcanic crater of Gunung Batur.

Surfers also flock to Bali for reliable and varied breaks, particularly in the south around Uluwatu, while divers and snorkelers have the pick of a coastline filled with accessible reefs. For rafting, kayaking and biking, Kuta’s adventurous operators will help you get started.

Things to know before you fly to Bali

plane Airport transfers

When you step off your flight to Bali at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) you have a couple of ways to get to your next destination. If you haven’t arranged a transfer with Etihad, look for the prepaid taxi booth or take a metered taxi from just outside the airport.

accommodation Best areas to stay in Bali

Seminyak is an upmarket area with great dining, plenty of plush resorts and a grown-up vibe. Ubud is the cultural hub of the island with stunning landscapes, while Kuta is a backpacker and surfer party town. Jimbaran offers amazing sunset sights, while exclusive Nusa Dua is perfect for honeymooners.

charities Cultural considerations

When visiting temples in Bali, make sure your clothing covers your shoulders and knees, out of respect for the religious site. A lot of places will lend you appropriate clothing too.

currency Currency

The Indonesian rupiah (IDR) is Bali’s official currency. If you’re staying in a busy location, you should have no trouble using cards. However, if you’re planning on travelling off the beaten track, it’s a good idea to carry some IDR.

Flying to Bali: FAQs

What is the food like in Bali?

The food in Indonesia is varied and delicious. Try pisang goreng – fried banana with coconut, or gado-gado – fresh vegetables, tofu and potatoes with a peanut sauce.

How many days should I spend in Bali?

To truly unwind and see the best of the island you will want to book your Bali plane tickets for at least a week’s stay. This would allow some beach time, a couple of days in Ubud and an excursion inland, to see more of the region’s scenic peaks and waterfalls.

Where are the best beaches in Bali?

Crystal Bay on Nusa Penida has that untouched paradise feel, whereas Jimbaran beach is broad and spacious, great for a sunset meal of delicious seafood. Kuta is the busier party beach, Nusa Dua is calm and shallow, while Padang has pounding surf.

Why we love Bali

"Bali is a gorgeous island with a bit of everything – you’ll find different ways to spend your time, every time you go. Hiking around the rice paddies is a great way to see the stunning landscapes, and the temples are hauntingly beautiful - especially Ulun Danu Beratan, so pretty reflected in the lake."

The best of Bali

Whether you’re bound for Bali on business or looking to make the most of your leisure time, you’ll find limitless possibilities in this exotic paradise.

Get to know the ins and outs of the region before you go, with our online travel magazine, Atlas. Here you’ll find in-depth guides to Bali’s beautiful beaches, thrill-seeking activities and a feast of food writing from the culinary experts.

Weather in Bali (Denpasar)

34 °C
Friday28 Feb 2020
30 °C
Saturday29 Feb 2020
27 °C
Sunday1 Mar 2020
30 °C
Monday2 Mar 2020
27 °C
Tuesday3 Mar 2020
30 °C
Wednesday4 Mar 2020
29 °C
Thursday5 Mar 2020
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