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Indonesia is a summer destination, best visited between April and October when the weather’s perfect for island hopping, snorkeling and beach relaxation. Bridging the Equator, Indonesia is hot all year round, with the only change coming between November and March when the country sees widespread rain; particularly in the south. Although the rain may scupper your plans to relax by the beach, it does bring some pleasant changes. Indonesia’s rich collection of temples are often quieter at this time of year, making exploration much more rewarding. The scenery is beautiful, and if you venture into the highlands the temperatures are cooler, which can be a welcome change from the humid conditions on lower ground.

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May and June are great times to visit Indonesia as the sun is shining, rain is minimal and you beat the crowds traveling over during the school vacations. You also may be able to take advantage of some shoulder season promotions.

Glynn, Southeast Asia Specialist

Indonesia Climate Guide

Destination Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Bali 88°F 10" 88°F 7" 88°F 6" 90°F 3" 90°F 3" 88°F 3" 86°F 3" 86°F 1" 88°F 1" 90°F 3" 90°F 5" 88°F 8"
Jakarta 86°F 15" 88°F 11" 88°F 9" 90°F 5" 91°F 5" 91°F 4" 91°F 2" 91°F 3" 91°F 3" 91°F 4" 91°F 5" 90°F 8"
Komodo Island 86°F 11" 86°F 11" 88°F 7" 88°F 4" 88°F 3" 86°F 1" 86°F 1" 88°F 1" 88°F 1" 90°F 1" 88°F 4" 88°F 7"
Lombok 86°F 12" 86°F 9" 88°F 7" 88°F 4" 88°F 4" 86°F 2" 86°F 2" 86°F 2" 88°F 2" 88°F 4" 88°F 7" 88°F 10"
Sumba 84°F 2" 84°F 2" 86°F 1" 88°F 2" 88°F 5" 90°F 7" 90°F 7" 90°F 7" 90°F 8" 88°F 9" 86°F 5" 84°F 2"
Tanjung Puting National Park 86°F 9" 86°F 9" 86°F 10" 88°F 10" 88°F 11" 88°F 8" 88°F 7" 90°F 5" 90°F 5" 90°F 8" 88°F 9" 86°F 11"
Yogyakarta 86°F 15" 86°F 12" 86°F 14" 88°F 6" 88°F 6" 88°F 3" 86°F 1" 88°F 1" 88°F 2" 88°F 5" 88°F 9" 86°F 11"

Month-by-month guide to traveling in Indonesia

Senggigi, Indonesia

Visiting Indonesia in January

During January the rains are widespread across Indonesia, and although it's difficult to find some sun, you can still be lucky at this time of year. For guaranteed sunshine, it's best to head further north.

Events & Festivals

  • Chinese New Year (date varies): As with many Southeast Asian countries, Chinese New Year is celebrated in Indonesia as a public holiday, with traditional festivals taking place throughout the country.

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