What’s the weather like in Bali in August?
Bali has high temperatures all year round due to its tropical climate. The Indonesian island’s just 8 degrees south of the equator, which gives it warm weather and also a distinct rainy season. The wet western monsoon season’s from late October to April, so August is a great month to visit as it’s typically dry. There’s usually only the odd day of rain in August, which is likely to only be a short shower. There’s tall mountains inland that attract rain and have cooler temperatures, although the weather gets warmer and drier the further away you get from them.
The average high in popular Kuta is 29ºC in August which drops to 23ºC at night. With this lovely heat you won’t need to bring many warm clothes with you. The typical sea temperature is 26ºC and humidity’s high. There’s 44mm of rain over a single day, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with ten hours of sunshine each day. Be careful in the sun as UV levels will be extreme making sun cream a must. Sunset’s around 6.20pm.