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It is a tropical area, other than the density of the rain there is no much difference in the weather, temperatures are from 28-30C around the year. Dry season: April – September. With May, June and July being the coolest months when temperatures 'drop' to 28C. Monsoon season: starts in October and ends in March. Source: indonesiatravelplan.co.uk
The situation in Indonesia is very similar to Malaysia, and I'll quote my own answer to another question, with minor tweaks when applicable: While you certainly can get drinks and food, most places that stay open do so a little discreetly, with curtains on the windows etc, and you'll want to show respect to people who are fasting by not eating, ...
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