Weather in Indonesia can be categorised into two parts – Dry and Wet, with warm tropical temperature averaging around 28 degree Celsius throughout the day for the most part of the year. The wet weather is followed by heavy rainfall. Some parts of Indonesia, however, experience different weather patterns. In Sumatra, it rains from October to January and in Sulawesi, it rains from during June and July. In South Indonesia, the wet seasons begin from November lasting till February. However, the best time to visit Indonesia is during the dry season, when the rainfall is low and day excursion is possible. The dry season starts from April and lasts up to September, with occasional rainfall. The best time to visit Bali is from May to September, with occasional downpour.

The places that can be visited during the dry seasons are Bali, Ubud, Kuta and Denpasar. Indonesia are also known for their pristine beaches that are major tourist attractions during the dry season. Beaches in Kuta, Bali and Jimbaran are some of the most famous beach cities in Indonesia. Bali is also one of the best honeymoon destinations in the world, with more and more couples seeking solitude in the beach heaven of Asia. Other places that you can visit during the dry season are Jakarta and Gili Island which is known for its crystal-clear water and pristine beaches.

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