Bali Weather January February

They may be in the middle of the rainy season, but the months of January and February still record perfect temperatures and balmy nights.

Average Temperatures

You can expect top maximum temperatures of 33°C in January and February and lows of around 24°C. In the higher altitude areas, temperatures can get as low of 15°C at night. The sun is usually shining on average for six hours a day for each month – plenty of time to accrue a vacation tan.


Dreaded by so many from cooler climates, humidity is always high at this time of year. Expect 80% humidity for both months. If you don’t like it steamy make sure your villa has air conditioning, especially in the bedrooms.

Rain Outlook

Being monsoon season, you are unlikely to escape any showers but you may find the rain is shortlived. Average rainfall for January and February is 90mm for each month, which along with March and December are the highest rainfall months of the year. The average number of rainy days in January is 16 and 15 for February.

Dryer Ground

It’s also worth considering that some regions of the island are dryer in monsoon season. The southern peninsula of Bukit is relatively arid and receives less rainfall from October to May than the more populous southern areas of Kuta, Seminyak, Legian and Denpasar.

Water temperatures

Just because it’s raining doesn’t mean you can’t swim. In fact, swimming during a deluge is a great sensation and with average water temperatures for January and February are at their highest for the year – a very comfortable 29°C- it will be a great respite from the humidity.

Surfing Bali Monsoon

For keen surfers monsoon can bring the best waves in some areas of the coast. The best surf spots in the wet season include: Sanur, Sarangan, Nusa Dua, Green Balls and Keremas. But note that many of these have waves that are four to six foot and best suited to experienced surfers.

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