What’s the weather like in Asia in November?
The Asia weather in November sees a huge difference in temperatures. To the north of the continent, in countries like Russia, Kazakhstan and China, it can be below freezing point. In the warmer south, countries such as India, Malaysia and Thailand have hot weather that frequently reaches 30°C. These holiday resorts are popular in November as visitors enjoy warm conditions away from milder Europe.
Resorts in the south of Asia are warmer because they’re closer to the topical regions. This also means they get more rainfall, with Kuala Lumpur having its wettest month in November. The warm waters of the South China Sea, Andaman Sea and Philippine Sea also help to keep the temperatures high along the coastline of south Asia.
The average temperature across the whole of Asia is 4°C in November. But the good news is that if you’re heading to exotic countries in the south, such as Vietnam, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka and Thailand, then you’ll soak up lots of warm weather. The average daytime temperature at this time is 28°C in Kuala Lumpar and Bangkok. Hong Kong will be around 20°C in November. Sunshine levels are typically between seven to ten hours in south Asia. In Goa, on India’s amazing west coast, this can be over ten hours in November. The weather in Asia in November produces a variety of rainfall levels. Bangkok has 49mm on average, but Kuala Lumpar has over 200mm and you’ll need a showerproof jacket or an umbrella. The heat and humidity levels are also high in southern Asia in November.