Your guide to Bali this April

Apr 30, 2019
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If you’re still on the fence about that trip to Bali, get off that fence pronto and go. Here’s why you should hop on the next flight out and spend your Easter holiday in this gorgeous little paradise.

Bali has been kind of wet and humid lately but by the time we hit April, it’s likely to be sunny days with a monthly average temperature of a whopping 33ºC—hurray! With this glorious climate and not as many tourists, April is a great time to visit Bali and be the salty-haired bronzed goddess you’ve always wanted to be.



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Ulu Cliff House


Aside from the sun, sand and surf, this tropical island is known for its epic events. This month, you’ll definitely eat, sleep, rave, repeat. Mrs Sippy’s throwing a pool party with Aussie electro-house wizards Colour Castle while Manarai Beach House celebrates their grand opening with everyone’s fave A$AP Rocky.

If that’s not enough, Bali’s cliff tops will see Dutch wunderkind Martin Garrix dishing out killer sets for OMNIA’s anniversary and dance music godfather Fatboy Slim turning it up at Ulu Cliffhouse.



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Ubud Food Festival


At the end of the month, the island’s getting all spiced up for the fifth edition of the annual Ubud Food Festival happening from 26–28 April. That’s three days of culinary collabs, exclusive cooking demos, forum discussions, film screenings and live music, plus food and market tours.

Planning to eat your way through this foodie paradise? Bali’s definitely come a long way since nasi goreng and ikan bakar (grilled fish). Check out these hotspots: Mama SanDa MariaMozaic RestaurantSarongThe SlowSake No Hana. You’ll want to make a reservation beforehand so you’re guaranteed a table.

Still planning your itinerary? Check out some of our hottest day tours and book some exciting activities through our website—we’ve got over 2,500 to choose from. Adrenaline junkies will love canyon tubing while the foodies check out Bali’s night markets for some local street food. You can also go dolphin watching or explore Bali’s beautiful reefs.



If you’re looking to get wild, join the tribe along Kuta’s vibrant streets. Check out the legendary Bounty or head over to Seminyak’s Mirror for a classier vibe.

Celebrating Easter in Bali with your mates or kids in tow? Check out our Easter guide for some fun recommendations.

Written by Mashyitah Mustaffa