The best time to visit Ubud is July to September as the weather is dry and relatively cold with lesser crowd. The climate in Ubud remains more or less stable throughout the year; however, there are chances of rainfall during the wet season. The dry season begins from April and lasts till October when the weather is sunny and warm during the day and cool at night. However, accommodation rates are very high and travel plans must be made well in advance.
The humidity starts rising from late November until March (which is also the warmest month of the year- the average temperature of 25.6 â„ƒ.) The rain during the wet season can be daunting, as downpours become heavier. The wettest month of the year is January, with an average precipitation of 325mm.
Travelling in Ubud can be hectic, as traffic jams stall the roads, so one must try and venture out in the early morning or late afternoons and evening. Ubud has a lot to offer to its tourist- from rice terraces to historical monuments and temples, to waterfalls and caves. This forest destination is an excellent getaway from the rush of Bali and should be visited for a spiritual retreatRead More