What’s the weather like in Malaysia in April?
Malaysia is near the equator with the Indian Ocean to the west and the South China Sea to the east. The country has a tropical climate bringing hot temperatures to the region all year round, with the west coast wet season lasting from April until October, and the east coast rains from November until February. Although parts of the country are a little wet in April, any showers are short and sharp, and his month is typically brings warm, dry weather to most tourist areas.
On the west coast in Penang and Langkawi, temperatures hover around 31°C at this time of year, while the capital Kuala Lumpur has an average daytime temperature of 30°C with the occasional short downpour of rain. The east coast, including Redang and Kuantan, is particularly popular at this time of year with sunny skies and 30°C temperatures in April. If you’re spending time on the beach, the sea’s a balmy 30°C at this time of year, perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving.