2ad125d3e020c96178fda1faacb531fb In Malaysia, the country of "never-ending summer", seasonal climate changes are not so significant, but the coolest time of the year is the time from November to January, when the thermometer descends to 26-28°C. However, the climate in Malaysia is different depending on which region you are staying. In the south and Borneo Island the climate is equatorial, hot and humid, to the north - subequatorial monsoon. On the plains the average temperature during the year is ranging from 25 to 32°C.

Monsoon winds blow in the southwest from April to October, in the north-east of the country from October to February. Short-term tropical rains (usually lasting no longer than one and half an hour),  in Malaysia are normal during the whole year. Rains provide ample water for the flora and much relieve from the heat of the day for pedestrians and tourists.

Langkawi Island, Penang, Pangkor 

On the west coast of Malaysia, it frequently rains in May-June and September-October. In some weeks during these periods, intermittent rain showers can become an everyday practice. Nevertheless, even in these months the first half of the day is usually sunny enough and it rains in the late afternoon, bringing coolness, ideal for pleasant walks on the beach, so holiday season lasts all year round.

The islands of Tioman, Redang, Perhentian, Cherating Beach

The weather on the east and west coast of Malaysia differs considerably. Here it is more explicit during the rainy season which lasts from December to February, with a predominance of the monsoon winds, high waves and cloudy weather throughout a day. Most of the hotels on these islands close from November till February.

The Island of Borneo

Borneo is just unprecedented beauty unspoiled tropical island with pristine white beaches and turquoise sea water. It attracts tourists all year round for its unusual nature and the presence of species of plants and animals not found in other parts of the world.

The island is located in the equatorial climatic zone and is the 3rd largest island in the world. Weather on the island is usually sunny with the presence of cumulus clouds during the day and in the evening brief tropical downpours take place. Wind direction changes frequently and sometimes it happens that the weather is spoiled for a couple of days and the sky is tightened by the clouds, but fortunately for the tourists it happens infrequently.

For Sabah more rains are observed during November and December, sometimes lapsing into January.

For Sarawak more rains are experienced during November to January sometimes lapsing into February.

Tourists always come back tanned and rested from Malaysia. And it is very unlikely that you will find someone who will say that the weather spoiled the holiday.

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