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Best time to visit Bali
Thinking of escaping to Bali for your Honeymoon? Here is a weather update and all about the best time to visit Bali. May to October-It marks the dry season in Bali when the Southeast winds usher in the dry spell from Australia. The weather is a tad bit warm but the skies are blue and the evenings are caressed by the cool breeze. Along the highlands and the shorelines, the climate becomes exceptionally pleasant. The dry months marked by less humidity makes it the best season to visit Bali. The city is thronged with tourists, so you might want to book your tickets and hotel accommodation well in advance.
How to reach Bali
The city is served by Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport. Ngurah Rai is the third busiest airport in Indonesia and is ranked 1st in the country and 7th best in the world. It has regular international flights from America, Australia, Europe and most Asian countries. Some of the international cities connected to Bali include Singapore, Brisbane, Manila, Seoul, Bangkok, Tokyo, etc.
Transport In Bali
Shuttle buses are a safe and convenient way to visit the major sights of the city. Perama offer such tours and travel services for visitors with stops at Sanur, Lovina, Ubud, Mataram Senggigi, Candi Dasa and Padang Bai. Perama also runs a fast boat that goes to the Gili Islands.These buses can also be caught from Kuta, Ubud or Sanur to Bedegul, Nusa Lembongan and Kintamani.
People of Bali
Bali has a population of over 4,225,000 residents. A majority of the people here follow Balinese Hinduism (83.3%), followed by Islam (13.4%), Christianity (2.5%) and Buddhism (0.5%). The Balinese, as people are exceptionally artistic and religious and this combination is expressed in their various art forms, including the intricately-decorated temples and the handicrafts. In terms of income, tourism is the largest industry and most businesses are related to it. Most of the people are employed in agriculture or agro-related activities. Apart from rice, the other crops grown include coffee and a variety of fruits and vegetables. Tourists dress in western wear but have to abide by a dress code in the temples and other religious places.
Culture of Bali
Bali is famous for its varied and elegant art forms, such as sculpture, painting, handcrafts, woodcarving and performing arts. Though these arts have been constantly enriched by modern artistry, they are still loaded with religious connotations and are performed mainly to please the gods and goddesses. Their dances are like dramas that depict tales from the ancient Hindu epics of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana.
Weather of Bali
Bali enjoys a beautiful tropical climate which can be split into two seasons, dry and wet. The wet season lasts from October through to April. Typically, during the dry season as the sea gets rougher, Bali becomes quiet. The winds are strong and there are short sessions of rain. The average temperature is around 26°C. The dry season lasts from May through to September. This is also the busiest time o the year. The months of July and August sees the most visitors. There are surprise showers but overall, the weather stays sunny and dry. The average temperature still stays around 27°C.
Map of Bali
Bali lies just eight degrees south of the equator. The island spans across 5,780 sq km and is surrounded by coral reefs and is situated at a height of 977 feet.. A unique feature about the island is that the beaches in the south have white sand while those in the north and west have black sand. Bali has several mountains, the highest of which is Mount Agung (9,944 ft) – an active volcano estimated to erupt within the next 100 years. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle, the region with the maximum biodiversity of marine species.