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When To Go To Malaysia
Peninsular Malaysia is an all year round destination, but as it is situated along the equator, expect hot and humid weather throughout the year.
The Wetter Season - March to September
Days are very warm and often humid, while nights are fairly cool. Average daytime temperatures are around 27 degrees Celsius in Kuala Lumpur to over 34 in the Western Islands. For the Eastern Coast, the best weather between March and September, but as with anywhere in the tropics, afternoon showers shouldn't be a shock. At higher elevations like the Cameron highlands the temperature is refreshingly cool.
The Drier Season - November to March
November to March the best time to visit the Western Islands. In Kuala Lumpur and Penang, days are very warm and humid, rains are still present, however, they are smaller in intensity.
On the West coast and Langkawi, temperatures reach 34°C towards the end of the year, making the best time to visit from November to March. Now it's the Monsoon season for the east coast of Peninsula Malaysia.