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Indonesia climate

The bigger one northern part Indonesia has a tropical, always humid climate. The precipitation falls in all seasons and reaches annual amounts of 3,000 to 4,000 mm, in the mountains sometimes more than 6,000 mm.

On the southern islands (Central and East Java, Lesser Sunda Islands and Aru Islands) prevails alternately humid, tropical monsoon climate. Depending on the prevailing wind direction - northeast monsoon (November to March) or southwest monsoon (May to September) - there is a humid and humid rainy season (October to April), a dry post-monsoon season (May / June) and a hot dry season in the months of July to September . An average of 2,000 to 3,000 mm of precipitation falls here per year, mainly in the months of December to March.

To east the rainy days and the amount of precipitation decrease. Dry air masses from Australia ensure a pronounced dry season in the eastern parts of the country in summer. Therefore, the eastern Sunda Islands have a rather dry climate with annual rainfall of only 600 to 1,000 mm.

Due to its location on the equator, the monthly temperature fluctuations across the country low. In the coastal areas, the thermometer shows average values ​​of around 27 ° C all year round.

The course of the day's temperature is also not characterized by large temperature fluctuations. During the day they are just over 30 ° C, at night they drop to around 24 ° C. Lower temperatures are actually only found in the mountains (15 to 25 ° C) and in places in the interior of the islands (20 to 30 ° C).

The high humidity of 90-95% makes for a great sultriness almost everywhere.

 

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Weather in Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia

Weather in Indonesia: The temperatures and rainfall for Jakarta, Indonesia are from the website yr.no and are provided by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute and the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. The forecast is updated four times a day.

 

Indonesia Best travel time

The best travel time for Indonesia is between the months May until October. Overall, then Indonesia has the least rainfall and temperatures are not too high.

If you want to go to the tourist strongholds, you should try to avoid the school holidays in Europe (mid-June to mid-September) and in Australia (Christmas to January). During this time, hotel prices are much higher than outside the high season, and many popular resorts are booked out well in advance.

While traveling in most regions of Indonesia is generally possible in the rainy season, traveling to more remote areas can be difficult.

Here you will find detailed information on the climate and weather in Indonesia as well as island-specific information on the climate and the best travel time on the Indonesian island of Bali, on the climate and the best travel time on Borneo, climate information on Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi.

 

Indonesia climate table

Climate in Medan on the Indonesian island of Sumatra

Climate in Indonesia: Jakarta on the island of Java

Climate Indonesia: Banjarmasin on the island of Borneo

Indonesia Climate: Denpasar in Bali

Climate in Mataram on the island of Lombok

Climate in Indonesia: Manokwari in New Guinea

Here you can find more information about the climate and weather in Indonesia.

 

Regional climate in Indonesia

For information about the climate, the best travel time and weather on other Indonesian islands, just click on the names on the map:

 

Climate in Southeast Asia

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