The wet season in Bali starts in December and goes through till late February. So it means rainy season is currently in full swing here in Bali. However, even when the skies turn dark grey and the roads are wet from drizzly to heavy rains, Bali still offers numerous activity options.

Those who have never been here for the rainy months before might have no idea what it is actually like. Rest assured, Bali does not suffer the types of monsoons that you get in places like Phuket, Thailand but a fair amount of rainfall does accumulate, sometimes resulting in minor floods.

Discover Balinese cuisine, special spices and ingredients, and how to prepare them through fun cooking classes, plus this is one of the way to impress your friends and family back home. Or indulge in a soothing spa treatment, Bali’s spas are internationally known for their feel-good factor. You can also take your family or friends to see various shows that merge traditional tales with high-tech sound and lighting. The weather may turn dull, but with many choices, your holiday in Bali will never be.

Here are some rainy day suggestions:

1. Do pack some good books or load up your Kindle!

if the weather does close in, you’ll still be able to chill out and relax, hopefully with a good view of the show.


2. Spa Treatments

Whether it’s a total wind-down for the mind, body and spirit, or simply the desire for some quick-fix serenity, lots of travellers in Bali are spending hours (and sometimes days) being massaged, scrubbed, perfumed, pampered, bathed and blissed-out. A quick rub down on the beach or in a garden, and you’ll be hooked


3. Waterbom

Bali Waterbom set the locations on magnificent tropical garden on 3.8 hectares of landscaped. Amazing rides and enjoyable attractions, things you will get on this water park. The water park build and well maintained base on strict international safety rides and slide standard on a water park


4. Shopping

Virtually everybody comes to Bali to shop, and even if shopping wasn’t the ultimate aim, you’ll still end up with fascinating and irresistible buys. International labels, local boutique designers, plus skillful tailors and dressmakers all offer reliable 24-hour services


5. Yoga

Bali is the world’s leading destination for yoga & spiritual retreats. Enhance your lifestyle and your yoga practice with some of the best yoga events, yoga classes, self-development workshops and yoga retreats in Bali.


6. Cooking Classes

Discover the secrets of Balinese food and by joining the fun cooking courses for a different culinary experience, and from where you can bring home some exciting Balinese recipes and newly acquired skills.


7. Art and Craft workshop

Expand your skills as an artist with painting, wood carving, and jewelry classes in Bali. There’s no better place in Indonesia to take art classes than in Bali, an island known around the world for its artistic tradition. Indeed, it seems that everywhere you look, you find traces of man-made beauty.