Climate Indonesia

The world's largest island nation, Indonesia, awaits visitors with a two-season climate. Low temperature fluctuations and a warm and humid climate allow for a year-round season.

The capital of the Republic of Indonesia is the largest city Southeast Asia and lies in the tropical climate zone. High temperatures and equally high amounts of precipitation characterize the climate of this city of over a million inhabitants.
The island of Bali in the Indian Ocean is a popular tourist destination due to the consistently warm temperatures. The tropical warm climate, which is especially in the rainy season associated with high humidity, provides a year-round water temperature of 28 and 32 degrees Celsius and an air temperature of 30 to 32 degrees Celsius in the lowlands.

The climate year of Indonesia

Located south of Malaysia and directly on the equatorial line, the country of Indonesia, comprising over 17,000 islands, is spread out. The main islands are Sumatra, Java with the capital Jakarta, Borneo, Sulawesi and New Guinea. Due to the equatorial location, a tropical climate prevails on all Indonesian islands. The island state is home to the world's largest rainforest deposits and is a hotspot of biodiversity. On the northern islands like Borneo, Sumatra or Papua there is an ever humid tropical climate, in the south however the dry northeast monsoon determines the winter time with high temperatures, which can show however fast fluctuations of 6 to 12 degrees and the southwest monsoon with productive rainfalls the climate change.

General information about Indonesia

Indonesia lives largely from tourism, accordingly, there is also much to discover. Whether rainforest, volcanoes or steep coasts, Indonesia has a lot to offer, especially in terms of natural spectacles. Especially Bali invites with its dreamlike sandy beaches to stay. Also culturally, this part in the kingdom of 1000 islands offers a wealth of sights. The Tanah Lot temple southwest of Bali, the mountain forests on Lombok or the 3726 meter high Fire Mountain. A visit to the reserve for the world's largest reptile, the Komodo dragon on the island of the same name, is also unforgettable. In Jakarta you can stroll for as long as you like through the famous Blok M shopping district, which attracts with low prices.

Tourism Indonesia

Indonesia is divided into two seasons. The best time to travel is from April to October, as there is little rainfall during this time. The high season thus offers constant temperatures between 23 and 32 degrees. In the quieter low season from November to March, the daily monsoon loosens up the temperatures. On Java, the rainy season falls in the months of November to March, when the rain falls mainly in the afternoon. In the east, Java receives little rain during the dry season. The temperature is between 22 and 29 degrees all year round. On the Sunda Islands, on the other hand, the driest months are in July, August and September, with most rain falling from December to February. As a rule, the closer the islands are to Australia, the longer the dry season. The same is true for Bali as for Lombok, Sumbawa and Flores. Here it is very dry from April to September and there is a fresh breeze, the rainy season with heavy monsoon rains lasts from October to March. In December and January it is much wetter here than on other islands.