Weather Averages for Bali in October
Averages for Bali in October
Bali is one of the Indonesian islands. It lies between Java and Lombok and has a tropical climate that sees very little variation in the average 30 degree celsius weather, even during the winter. There’s really no ‘off peak season’ here, as even the rainy months are popular with those looking for a bit of heat.
October is one of Bali’s hottest months, often seeing highs that are are a degree or two above the average year round temperatures. Temperatures at this time of year tend to range between 25 and 33 degrees celsius.
October marks the start of the wet season, although the monsoons don’t usually appear quite so early. About 100mm of precipitation is usual for October, and 75% humidity. Humidity will keep rising throughout out the month and although blue skies are common, expect a heavy downpour every few days.
On the rainy days, head indoors and take shelter at Chez Monique Jewelry, at one of their silver jewellery making classes. Bali is known for its experienced and skilled silversmiths, and each class is run by two of the best in the field. The classes cost just £27 per person, and each guest can keep their handmade pendant or ring, which makes for a unique souvenir from a trip to Bali.
Enjoy a chilled out night at Vincent’s Restaurant, where jazz music from the 70s and 80s is played around the clock. The menu is a good mix of international and Balinese dishes and go on the first or third Thursday of any month and diners will be entertained with live music throughout the night.
Want a holiday in ‘natural’ Bali, rather than the tourist-lined beaches and streets? How about staying on the northern shores? The Adirama Beach Hotel is located right on the Lovina beach front and all rooms offer spectacular views over the Bali Sea. There’s a swimming pool and gardens onsite, as well as a relaxing spa, and guests are welcome to rent bicycles and canoes from the Reception desk. Rooms cost from £25.