Malaysia’s Geography, Climate & Seasons Cuti-cuti to Malaysia
Geography <ul><li>The country is made up of two regions, Peninsula Malaysia and East Malaysia (Borneo) across the South China Sea. </li></ul><ul><li>The Peninsula Malaysia is divided into the 'east coast' and the 'west coast' by the Main Range in the middle. </li></ul><ul><li>East Malaysia is geographically rugged, with a series of mountain ranges running through the interiors of both Sabah and Sarawak. The Crocker Range in Sabah is the site of Mt Kinabalu, the highest peak in South East Asia. </li></ul>East Malaysia (Borneo) Peninsula Malaysia
Climate <ul><li>Malaysia is generally warm throughout the year with temperatures ranging from 21° to 32° C in the lowlands. This can however be as low as 16° C in the hills and highlands. </li></ul>
Seasons <ul><li>Annual rainfall is heavy at 2,500mm (100 inches). On a rainy day, thunder and lightning often accompany the heavy downpour which normally lasts for less than two hours. The humidity level is high at 80% throughout the year. </li></ul><ul><li>Generally, Malaysia has two seasons. The dry season is from May to September and the rainy season is from November to March. </li></ul>
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