What's the weather like?
The climate is typically tropical with temperatures ranging from a cool 22C in the evenings to a sultry 34C in the daytime.
Relative humidity is consistently high and typically 70-90%.
Sarawak receives an abundance of rainfall. The average annual rainfall is between 3,300 and 4,600 mm, depending on location. The rainy season (or landas) is normally between November and February each year. Peak rainfall is usually in December and January. Sabah is less wet than Sarawak and receives 2,500-3,500 mm of rain per year, depending on locality. The monsoon period should not deter visitors to the region as the weather is not cold. In fact the rain during this time may be heavy but it is often intermittent and brings respite from the tropical heat.