The Best Time To Visit Interesting Places In Malaysia
Malaysia. It is now well one of the famous contry in Southeast Asia that usually chosen by tourist from the whole world to visit when there is a holiday, but the number of tourists usually depends on the weather of Malaysia. To overcome the lack of number of tourists, a good prediction of weather must be done by the tourism company. `
Malaysia is located a few degrees north of the Equator and is one of the South East Asia nations. The climate over here is of equatorial type in which the temperature is quite uniform throughout the year with temperature ranging from 21 °C to 32 °C. The humidity is consistently in the region of 75% to 80% throughout the year with a rainfall annual average of around 200 cm (80in) to 300 cm (120 in). The days are usually warm while the nights and the early mornings are fairly cool. The Peninsular Malaysia is affected by the monsoon winds that blows from South China Sea and the Straits of Malacca. The northeast monsoon blows the wind from South China Sea from November to March and this is the time when the east coast states have heavy rainfall. Sea activities at this time are very much confined and the main activities at this time is usually the maintenance of boats and fishing related equipments as well as kite flying. This are all general view of Malaysia weather.
One of the most interesting island in Malaysia that we can visit is Sipadan Island. The late Jacques Cousteau, the world-renowned oceanographer, described Sipadan Island as ‘an untouched piece of art’, while divers around the world voted it as one of the top five dive sites in the world. Malaysia’s only oceanic island, it is very small – only 12ha. in size. A 25-minute walk is all that is required to circle the island on foot. As an oceanic island, it rises about 700 metres from the sea floor, attracting diverse marine life from the blackness of the open sea. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, this crown jewel is a...
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