Langkawi is a tropical paradise with lush green forests to white sand beaches in Malaysia with reasonably consistent temperatures throughout the year. Langkawi is one of the hottest islands in South Asia, with 99 islands consisting in it. With hot and humid and occasional rainfall climate throughout the year, Langkawi is best to visit in the dry season, i.e., from November to march with less rainfall and more sunshine to bask in the daytime.
Winter(November – March)
The temperature varies from 28 degrees Celcius at night to 33 degrees in the day. It is relatively cold and pleasant in this season, also considered as a dry season. It is the highest tourist season with almost higher rates on travel and accommodation charges. The ocean is calm in this weather, snorkeling, boating, and other water activities this season. It is a peak season, and booking is advisable due to high tariff charges.
Summer(April – August)
The temperature varies from 26 degrees to 31 degrees at the highest. This is the mid-season with the average crowd, infrequent rainfall during the afternoon or late in the evening. The days are usually sunny in these months and not so typical thunderstorms. It is also a month of Muslim festival Ramadan which is a holiday time on the island. Usually, there are offers on hotel rates and travels. A budget-friendly trip can be planned perfectly in this weather with most enjoyed activities like strolling at beaches and shopping in famous markets with comfort.
Monsoon (September – October)
It is the rainy season with the lowest tourism experienced in this season. The average temperature varies to 27 degrees Celcius. These are the wettest months, with thunderstorms usually in the evenings. One can enjoy the lush green gardens and rainforests in these months. The tariffs of hotel and travel are pretty low in this season, making it a cheap trip.