The weather in Bali is tropical due to its proximity to the equator and as so offers stable temperatures throughout the year, which average at 31 degrees Celsius. This said there are still two definite seasons and Bali weather can produce high humidity in the wet season along with overcast days and heavy downpours.
The wet season is from December through to February whilst the dry season is at its height during June through to August. Travelling to Bali from April through to September will see you accompanied by a cooling breeze that allows you to really enjoy Bali at its best, whilst warmer clothing may be required if you travel into the central mountainous regions.
Another effect on Bali weather that owes its characteristics from being close to the equator are the hours of sunshine in each day. You can typically experience 12 hours of sunshine each day throughout the whole year and the sun typically rises at 6am and sets at 6pm. This gives those that love to rise early plenty of time to top up their tan whilst making it comfortable to take a stroll and explore the shops, bars and restaurants in the evening when the heat of the sun has been subdued.
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