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According to shoppingpicks, January in Malaysia is generally warm and humid with temperatures ranging from 23-32°C on average. Rainfall is common during this time of year, usually occurring in the form of short intense showers. Thunderstorms can also be expected during this month as the wet season begins. February remains warm and humid with temperatures ranging from 24-33°C on average. Rainfall continues to be common and thunderstorms can still be expected. March sees a slight decrease in temperature to an average range of 22-31°C; rainfall continues to be common, but thunderstorms become less frequent as the dry season approaches. April is slightly cooler with an average range of 20-29°C; rainfall becomes less frequent but thunderstorms can still occur at times during this month. May is usually hot and dry with temperatures ranging from 25-35°C on average; rainfall becomes increasingly rare during this time of year and thunderstorms are almost non-existent. June is often considered the hottest month in Malaysia, with temperatures reaching 37°C or higher on some days; rainfall remains rare, but thunderstorms can still occur at times during this month as summer approaches. July remains hot and dry with temperatures ranging from 25-35°C on average; rain becomes even more scarce, and thunderstorms become increasingly rare as well. August continues to be hot and dry, but temperatures start to cool down slightly with an average range between 22-30°C; rainfall remains scarce throughout this month as autumn approaches. September brings cooler temperatures with an average range of 19-27°C; rain becomes increasingly scarce throughout the month, and days are generally sunny and mild. October sees further cooling of temperatures to an average range of 17-25° C; although rain remains rare throughout this time of year, thunderstorms can still occur at times during October or November due to occasional cyclones in the region. November is slightly warmer than October, with temperatures ranging from 20-28 ° C on average; although rain remains scarce throughout this time of year, days become shorter and cooler as winter approaches. December is usually warm and humid again with temperatures ranging from 23-31 ° C on average; although rain remains uncommon during this time of year, days become longer and brighter as spring approaches again. Malaysia, which consists of a western and eastern part, which are separated by the South China Sea, has a tropical climate. The maximum temperature is between 25 and 35°C throughout the year. The climate is determined by two tropical winds: the northwest monsoon, which blows between November and April, and the southwest monsoon, which blows between May and October. The northwest monsoon in particular often causes flooding, especially in the months of November to February. A tropical shower is never far away in Malaysia; there are no dry periods in the country. Best travel time is the European summer period. Check aristmarketing for Malaysia in 1997.

Malaysia Geography and Population

Malaysia – geography There are major differences between Western Malaysia and the states of Sarawak and Sabah on Borneo. The economic and political center of gravity lies around the rapidly growing capital, Kuala Lumpur, located on the southern part of the peninsula, while the eastern states have a more peripheral importance. Population Over 4/5 of… Read More »

Things to Do in Malaysia

Malaysia is a beautiful country located in the southeast of Asia. The country is spread over mainland Asia and the northern part of the island of Borneo. Most residents live in West Malaysia (also often referred to as Malacca). Most sights can be found here. You will also find the largest concentration of hotels here.… Read More »

Malaysia Basic Information

Basic data Capital Kuala Lumpurw Population 32.70 million Language official language Malay, English, Arabic, Chinese (various dialects), Tamil Religion Islam (about 63%), Buddhism (19%), Christianity (9%) and Hinduism (6%) State system an elected rotating federative constitutional monarchy Head of State Yang di-Pertuan Agong (addressing) Abdullah Ahmad Shah Head of government Ismail Sabri Yaakob Currency name… Read More »

Malaysia Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, Malaysia is the second largest export market in Southeast Asia and our largest trading partner in the ASEAN countries. Malaysia’s economy withstood the coronavirus pandemic in 2020 with a 5.6% drop in GDP, then returned to a… Read More »

Malaysia Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Malaysia For citizens of Russia arriving in Malaysia, an entry visa is not required for a stay of up to 30 days. But there is a mandatory requirement of the immigration service – your passport must be valid for at least 6 months. For a longer stay, you must… Read More »

Malaysia Resorts and Attractions

Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia. Malaysia (Malayadvipa) in Sanskrit means “mountain country”. According to smb, the capital is Kuala Lumpur. The official language is Malay. Currency – Malaysian ringgit (1 US dollar = 3.7 Malayan ringgit). Religion – Islam. The climate is equatorial (hot and humid) throughout the year. The average temperature is… Read More »

Malaysia History

The sultanate of Malacca, born in the 15th century, lost its independence in 1511 with the Portuguese occupation, which was replaced in 1641 by the Dutch one. British colonization began in 1786; in 1826 the British crown established the Colony of the Straits (Pinang, Malacca and Singapore). In 1896 the states of Pangkor, Selangor, Negeri… Read More »

How to Get Around Malaysia

Right-hand traffic/left-hand traffic Left Condition of the roads According to top-medical-schools, most of the peninsula’s roads are paved and well signposted. However, in rural regions, especially in eastern Malaysia, there are many gravel roads that are difficult to drive on and often impassable during monsoon rains. Car rental There are car rental companies at airports… Read More »

Malaysia State Facts

  THE CAPITAL Kuala Lumpur STATE STRUCTURE Federal constitutional elective monarchy (Every five years, nine monarchs choose from their midst the Supreme Ruler (King, in Malay – Yang di-Pertuan Agong), and his assistant – Viceroy, as a rule, for reasons of seniority or length of reign. Supreme the ruler and the sultans perform mainly representative… Read More »

Malaysia State Overview

Geography Climate Malaysia’s climate is equatorial, influenced by the Asian monsoon, with a wet season (from November to March) and a dry season (between June and October). The plains are very hot, reaching annual averages above 28ºC (which is why the population is concentrated on the coast), while in the mountains, and in relation to… Read More »

Travel to Malaysia

Population: 31.3 million Capital: Kuala Lumpur Language: Malaysian and Chinese the world’s oldest tropical rainforest is in Malaysia? It is 130 million years old and is older than the rainforests of the Amazon and the Congo. the Malays are very interested in food? Traders from different parts of Asia have taken their culinary habits with… Read More »