Indonesia’s climate is tropical. There is no autumn or winter and distinctive “dry” and “wet” seasons share the year. The East Monsoon, from June to September, brings dry weather while the West Monsoon, from December to March is moisture-laden, bringing rain.

The transitional period between these two seasons is interspersed by the occasional heavy rain shower, but even in the midst of the West Monsoon season, temperatures range from 21°C to 33°C except at higher altitudes which can be much cooler.

Heaviest rainfalls are usually recorded in December and January and humidity is generally between 75% and 100%.

The best time to go therefore is during the dry season, from April to November.


Average Weather Guide:

Temperature in Degrees Centigrade

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Rainfall in Millimetres

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The tables above are intended as guidelines only.

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