Doesn’t matter you are visiting to see Bali by the misty jungles and sparkling highland lakes, or by the legendary beaches and world-class surfing conditions, it won’t let you down.
Bali always good to visit at anytime of the season. Benefiting from a warm, tropical climate, there really isn’t a bad time to visit Bali – even in the rainy season, the sun still puts in a good showing. The dry season between May and September offers the most reliable weather. It’s also a favorite time of year for surfers, with some of the world’s best waves hitting the west coast, but you will encounter the largest tourist crowds too. If you’re planning a trip into the mountains, then pack a jumper or two, as temperatures are much cooler there.
Bali is served by Ngurah Rai International Airport, located in the south of the island, just 3km from central Kuta. It receives flights from major airports across Asia and Australasia, making it easily accessible. At the airport, there’s an official taxi desk, where you can arrange and pre-pay for your transfer. Car hire is also available if you fancy exploring the region yourself, while for trips to Ubud and the highlands many tours are available with pick-up and drop-off at your hotel.
Place of Interest
Seminyak may be the go-to destination for visitors to Bali, but it’s definitely worth making a trip inland to Ubud to experience the soul of Bali. These green highlands conceal a world of ancient temples and dark green rice terraces, which capture the essence of Bali culture. It’s a place to pull on your hiking boots and go exploring, to meet the locals and to try authentic cuisine. Bali is a Hindu island in a predominantly Muslim Indonesia, and nowhere does this unique and colorful culture express itself better than in Ubud.