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Bali in October
Written by Swathi on November 16, 2022 Share on

Bali in October 2023: 7 Top Things To Do for a Fun Vacation

Bali, the ‘Island of the Gods’ is located in the country of Indonesia. Being one of the most pocket-friendly destinations in recent times and an ideal honeymoon spot, Bali has made quite a name for itself. Bali offers a perfect balance of culture, nature, and water sports all under one roof and satisfies every adventure seeker’s hunger. Bali is also known for its private pool villas and the best part is it’s all at affordable prices and totally worth it! But can Bali be visited in the month of October? The answer is, Yes! Don’t fret about the monsoons, they are only going to make your vacation more memorable. Read on to find out why you should start planning that vacation to Bali in October.


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Weather in Bali in October

Bali is one of the best destinations for you to choose for you satiate your travel desire. Weather in Bali in October is pleasant. It is rainy season in Bali in October. The temperature is around 27 degrees. You needn’t worry as the heavens open up only 9 out of 31 days. The rainfall is generally recorded to be 8.8 cm It is one of the best months to visit Bali as the prices of accommodation and the airfare is relatively less. After heavy summer rays of Bali peak season, the month of October sees lesser crowds. Try not to miss visiting this place as the Bali weather in October is highly welcoming if you love mild nature showers. 

7 Top Things To Do in Bali in October

1. Beach Bonanza

Say Bali, say Beaches! Bali being the supreme beach king, has a number of beaches that you can visit. The Kuta and Seminyak beaches are the most loved and happening beaches in town. If you love drowning in the local culture of Bali, the beaches of Kuta and Seminyak will steal your heart. Indulge in some parasailing, scuba diving, jet ski, and sea walking tours. You can also visit some of the local beachside restaurants and satisfy your tastebuds with the mouthwatering Balinese cuisine. The best part about visiting the beaches of Bali in October is that the beaches will be less crowded and the weather will also be in sync for undertaking all sorts of water sports.

Parasailing, watersports in Bali, Things to Do in Bali in October
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2. Pura Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

Temples of Bali are a must-visit if you are a culture buff. The architecture and scenery will leave you in awe of the marvels that Bali holds. The Pura Ulun Danu Bratan Temple is one such temple that appears to be built on water due to the mist emanating from the lake. This picturesque landscape would make the perfect place for an Instagram worthy shot during your Bali trip in October. But do remember that it is a religious place and a certain etiquette will be expected of you. Every visitor should don a Sarong that covers the knee and shoulders.

 Pura Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, Things to do in Bali in October
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3. Jatiluwih Rice Terraces and the Bali swing

The rice terraces of Ubud are a treat to the eye. As the sprawling green lands of Tegallalang rice terraces and Jatiluwih rice terraces welcome you, you are sure to get transported to another world. Spread over a handsome 300 acres, this is a must-visit during your vacation to Bali in October. Not to forget, rice terraces call for the Bali swings. Almost every other rice terrace in Bali has a swing. Swings can either be for individuals or even for a couple if you are on your honeymoon. Show off those cliche pictures once you’re back home, the Bali swing isn’t an experience you’re going to get anywhere else.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, Things to Do in Bali in October
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4. Bali Fun World

If water parks amuse you, Bali Fun World is the place to be. Thrilling water rides, pools and if you are visiting Bali with children, they are sure to have a blast. This is among the best options to explore in Bali since the weather conditions are not too hot, and you wouldn’t feel the heat having fun under the sun. But do keep in mind that your child should be a minimum of six years old to be allowed on rides in Bali Fun World.


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5. Nusa Penida Island

The islands off the Sanur coast in Bali are regarded as Paradise on Earth. The Nusa Penida island tour is a must-do if you prefer a quiet vacation away from all the hustle and bustle of Bali’s Kuta and Seminyak. Take a forty-minute speedboat ride from the Sanur port and reach this beautiful island. The beaches of Nusa Penida namely, Angel Billabong, Crystal Bay, Kelingking Beach, and White sand beach among the few are definitely worth the visit during your travel to Bali in October. Nusa Penida can be visited as a day trip from Sanur or an overnight stay is also possible on this island. What’s more? You can also tour around the island in a private car and do some island exploration. Oh and also what’s visiting an island without indulging in some water sports? Brace yourselves for some laid back, me time when you visit this beautiful island.

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida, Things to Do in Bali in October
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6. Blanco Renaissance Museum

If you swear by art, this Museum is sure to have your heart. This museum is situated on Campuhan Ridge and was the erstwhile residence of Don Antonio Blanco who painted the island of Bali in his works which are exhibited in the museum. The exhibits are a treat to the eye and a perfect place to visit in Bali in October owing to the monsoon weather.

7. Kintamani Volcano

The Kintamani volcano is a perfect example of the beauty of mother nature. The volcano will be an ideal spot to visit on a cool monsoon morning in Bali in October. On your way back you can also pay a visit to the majestic Mount Batur. The breathtaking view is probably the most ideal way to start your day and also end your Bali vacation.

If at all your plans are spoilt by the rains, Bali’s private pool villas will always come to your rescue! Spend some nice quality time with your loved ones at one of Bali’s luxurious private pool villas. With the month of October being the off-season, you would get your accommodation at unbelievably low prices.

Frequently Asked Questions about Visiting Bali in October

What is Weather in October in Bali Indonesia?

In October, after a dry September month, Bali starts to experience light rains although it is still hot as Bali is just eight degrees south of the equator. There could be 15 days of rainfall in the month with heavy rains, while other days are nice and clear.

What are the best places to visit in Bali in October?

Kuta Beach, Seminyak Beach, Sanur Beach are good beaches to visit in Bali in October. Other than that, Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, Ulun Danu Beratan Temple, and visiting Nusa Penida attractions like Kelingking Beach, Angel Billabong, Broken Beach are good places to visit in October.

Is October a good time to visit Bali?

Yes, you can visit Bali in October and make the most of its beaches. There are dry and rainy days, but some days are nice and clear, giving you enough opportunities to explore the best of what Bali offers.

What is the average temperature in Bali in October?

During the day the average temperature is around 31ºC and by the night it is around 24ºC, so its hot and you won’t need any warm clothes. The temperature is just perfect to hit the beach for some swimming, although don’t forget sunscreen.


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Reasons outnumbered for you to start planning that vacation to Bali in October! Well, what are you waiting for? Kick-start those bookings and you are sure to cherish the fond memories post your vacation. Still, need help? Worry not, we at Pickyourtrail cannot wait to help you craft that dream Bali Indonesia package or Bali honeymoon package. Log onto for further details and do not hesitate to drop into our office at any time to discuss your vacation plans in great detail. Until then, start planning and happy travelling!

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