Bali What To Wear

Bali day temperature does not get as hot as our Australian summer, it is the high humidity that makes it seem a lot hotter than it is and this is why air con is needed. The day temp would rarely go over 32 degrees C. Basically take what you would wear in Aus in our hot months, so slip on a shirt, slop on sunscreen and slap on a hat applies here. Take lite clothes, away from your accommodation sandals are better than thongs as the pavements can be in major disrepair, best to break these in before u go or buy your sandals there and remember to take band aids with you in case of blisters. Do not wear thongs around the swimming pool, these slip easily on the wet pavers and my wife earned a very nasty fall for doing just that. For men at night, away from the swimming pool running around partly dressed is not a good look, so ad light trousers and good shoes.

The sun’s rays are shielded by the cloud cover over Bali  most of time but for when the sun shines through especially between 10 am and 2 pm it is extremely potent so for Lily white people like me and children take a hat. Good hats for adults can be hard to find in Bali so bring your own.

For links to detailed Blogs on what to wear go to our Other blogs On Bali page.

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  1. I’m going to Bali in March for my 50th and it will be my 7th trip since 1984. Your website was really well presented and covered so many things and really did cover about everything you need to know.I’ve been taking red cordial with me since given that advice way back in 1984 and to date have never had Bali belly. Gi (green stuff) just as effective. Cheers Tracey

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