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recommended AmedThe whole peninsula of far eastern Bali is known as 'Amed' (technically just its easternmost town), and though it's hardly undiscovered territory, it can easily feel like it after the crowds of South ... read moreBali and Ubud (and even Padangbai!). With solid diving and snorkeling, and cheap beachfront bungalows spread all along the undeveloped coast, it's more than worth going out of your way to come here, and the drive along the coast road on a motorbike is one of the best in the whole of Bali..Comment.26 days ago. ReportMatthew Crompton
Hi Charles- Bali is hot and humid year-round (think 85F / 30C or above), so the major difference is between the dry and the wet season. April to October is when the rain is least and the humidity is lowest, and many people will choose to go at this time. November to March are the wet season, with the worst rainfall and humidity from December to February. December and January also see a LOT of Australian partiers taking over South Bali (Kuta and surrounds), which I'd avoid at this time. As far as places to visit in Bali, don't miss the Amed peninsula -- it's tops. =)
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