What’s the weather like in Asia in October?
Asia can be a great place to visit this month, with its amazing beaches and cities offering something different to mainland Europe. The Asia weather in October is very mixed, but popular resorts in the south like Thailand and Malaysia will be warm and sunny as usual with some tropical rains.
Resorts in the warm south of Asia, such as Goa in India and Bangkok in Thailand, bask in amazing temperatures all year. These are much higher than those to the north. This is because they’re closer to the tropical regions but also means they receive rainfall during most months. October in Kuala Lumpur, for example, sees this beautiful Malaysian city get over 250mm of rain.
In the cooler north of Asia, the average daytime temperature in Beijing, for example, is 16°C in October. Further south, the weather in Asia in October is much more attractive. If you head to Bangkok you’ll see daytime highs around 30°C, just like they are in Kuala Lumpur. Over on the west coast of India, the temperature in Goa could break 30°C with the Atlantic Ocean averaging an inviting 28°C. Around the Andaman Sea, South China Sea and Philippine Sea you can expect the water temperature to be between 24°C and 28°C. Sunshine levels in the south of Asia are fantastic in October. Thailand and Malaysia should see between eight to ten hours each day, with the sun not setting until about 7pm in Malaysia. The average humidity level in October across Asia is 55%.