What’s the weather like in Malaysia in July?
Located in the southeast of Asia, Malaysia has warm weather and plenty of sunshine all year round, making it one of the region’s favourite holiday destinations. July is high season in the country, with hot temperatures making this the perfect place to relax on the beach or explore the many cultural sights in the cities, towns and countryside. The driest conditions are on the east coast, while the southwest monsoon brings short, sharp showers to regions including Penang and Langkawi.
The west coast is the hottest region at this time of year, with an average temperature of 32°C during July and around 200mm of rain. In Kuala Lumpur, the average temperature is slightly cooler but still lovely and warm at 28°C, with around 150mm of rain expected during the month. On the west coast city of Kuantan, temperatures reach a high of 33°C and lows of 24°C after dark.