Malaysia weather & when to go: April

April overview

April sits within a transitional period between monsoons, meaning winds are light and showers are localised and infrequent. Through the centre of peninsula Malaysia and up in the highlands, the rains are heavier but these are normally short lived and bring a welcome relief to the humidity.

Excellent
Very Good
Good/Mixed
Poor
Not Advised

Annual overview

  Best   Good
  Mixed   Poor
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Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

April's weather in detail

 Where's the sun and sand?

Langkawi, Penang, Pangkor Laut, Redang, Perhentian Islands, Kuala Terengganu, Tioman

Our recommended journeys

Malaysia Beach & Adventure Self Drive gives you a taste of independent travel along the country’s strikingly calm and well maintained roads. Start in the vibrant capital of Kuala Lumpur, drive north to trek through Belum-Temengor rainforest, cross to Penang for foodie culture, and finish on Langkawi’s idyllic beaches.

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Key Festivals & Religious Ceremonies

 Wesak Day

The most important day of the Buddhist Calendar as it marks the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha, all three events took place on the same day. Wesak is also an occasion to offer alms to monks and give free meals to the needy.

 Ramadan

Lasting for a month long period, Muslims should not eat or drink before sundown each day. 23rd April - 23rd May 2020

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