Some of the best times to visit Bali is during one of its many festivals. If you want to experience Bali during its many celebrations, take a look at the list of festivals and when they're held below:
Galungan and Kuningan - Galungan and Kuningan is a major Hindu festival to celebrate the victory of good over evil. Celebrated over 10 days, it's a time to welcome deities and deceased ancestors on earth. With how the Balinese Hindu Calendar is structured, Galungan and Kuningan are often celebrated twice in the conventional Solar calendar.
Nyepi - Nyepi, also known as The Day of Silence, is when the whole island closes down for 24 hours. Everybody stays indoors and keeps activities and light to a minimum. Even Denpasar Airport is closed for the day. On Nyepi Eve, the locals take part in exciting Ngrupuk parades throughout the whole island, which involve music and fireworks. Nyepi usually falls in March.
Bali Arts Festival - The Bali Arts Festival showcases the best Balinese art and culture through events, activities, and competitions related to music, dance, literature, fashion, and so much more. Held from June to July, this is the best time to visit Bali if you want to experience all the art the island has to offer.
Other Festivals -
Bali Blues Festival (July)
Ubud Food Festival (April)
Bali Kite Festival (June, July, or August)
Nusa Dua Light Festival (July)