How’s Ubud today?
Ubud is considered as the centre of culture in Bali. The area is very relaxing with many amounts of giant trees and plants everywhere in town. It is only an hour and 30 minutes away from Kuta (depend on the traffic), but the atmosphere is a lot different compared to other touristic areas in the south. Although nowadays Ubud is no longer colder like a decade ago, but still you can expect a couple of degrees lower, which is great for you after days spent on the beach under the hot sunshine. The chance of rainfall is slightly higher here, so don’t forget to bring raincoat or umbrella if you want to visit Ubud.
Local Time in Bali
Weather and Climate in Bali
Bali’s is located very near to the equator; therefore, its warm, tropical climate makes it a huge draw for tourists. Average year-round temperature stands at around 26-27°C with a humidity level of about 85-90%. Water temperatures are always pleasant. The two seasons, rainy and dry season, are not clear cut and entirely predictable. Christmas and New Year is high / peak season in Bali although it is technically “rainy season”.
Due to the Covid Situation unfortunately we cannot offer you at the moment tour and transportation services.