Weather Averages for Bali in November
Averages for Bali in November
Measuring just 95 miles wide and 65 miles long, the Indonesian island of Bali may be small, but that’s not to say there isn’t plenty to do. Experience the local culture, try the local foods, visit the mix of modern and historical sites or simply relax on any one of a number of white sandy beaches on the island’s south shore.
Visitors can expect average year round temperatures during a trip to Bali in November; that’s about 26 to 32 degrees celsius. There’s no doubt things are going to be hot at this time of year, so keep this in mind when planning a trip.
Rainfall increases to 150mm during November as the wet season continues. It’s still not quite monsoon season, although heavy showers should be expected every couple of days. In between, the skies should be blue and sunny. Humidity rises to 80%, so outdoor activities could be a little sweaty.
Escape the rains and see a performance showcasing the best in Balinese arts. The 90 minute long Devdan Show features colourful costumes, traditional dance and massive puppets which all help to emphasise the diversity and culture of Indonesia. It’s a highly regarded show, with the Governor of Bali even being quoted as saying ‘It’s a wonderful performance’. Adult ticket prices start at £42, with reduced rates for children.
Fancy a change from traditional Balinese and Asian food? Head over to the Taco Casa ‘n’ Grill in Ubud. Choose from Tacos, burritos, nachos, quesadillas, fajitas and enchiladas, all filled with beef, chicken, shrimp or veggies. Those staying in the central Ubud area needn’t even make the trip, as the restaurant has a local delivery service that does all the hard work!
For total luxury, stay at one of the cozy cottages at the Puri Sading Hotel. Costing from just £25 per night, all accommodations cater for up to 3 people and have private balconies overlooking the pool and gardens. The hotel offers a babysitting service, perfect if Mum and Dad want to enjoy a cocktail in the onsite restaurant.