Weather Averages for Bali in September
Averages for Bali in September
The Indonesian island of Bali is an ideal destination for travellers who are interested in immersing themselves in a culture that’s a stark contrast to the UK. Bali is a very spiritual island, adorned with many architecturally stunning Hindu temples, and visitors can experience some local delicacies unheard of back home.
Temperatures rise slightly in September by about one degree, bringing highs of 32 degrees and lows of 24 degrees celsius. These temperatures are about average for Bali, as there’s very little variation throughout the year.
It’s still the dry season in Bali, although rainfall increases slightly from previous months to around 90mm. There’s a slight increase in humidity too, to 65%. September is a very popular time of year with travellers wanting to visit Bali.
What are holidays for if not pampering? Enjoy a relaxing day at the Tamarind Spa in Ubud. The tranquil surroundings and friendly Balinese welcome await visitors, who can experience a wide range of treatments including traditional Balinese massage, aromatherapy massage, reflexology, traditional and modern facials, nail treatments and all over body scrubs.
Many restaurants in Bali specialise in cuisines from nearby Asia, such as the Minami Restaurant which serves up Japanese dishes in a Balinese setting. Noodles, sushi and bento boxes are on the menu, along with Japanese-inspired cocktails. Many ingredients are imported direct from Japan to the Ubud-based venue, giving visitors the most authentic dining experience possible.
Want to stay at one of Bali’s 5* resorts, but pay just £22 per night? Book a holiday at the Puri Wirata in Tulamben, where each of the 8 rooms has a view of the tropical gardens and swimming pool. This property is especially geared up for divers, and offers transport to and from local dive sites.