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Geography and Climate in Sarawak

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Sarawak is the largest state in the Malaysian part of the island of Borneo, occupying, with the exception of the Sultanate of Brunei, the entire northern part of the island. Located at a sufficient distance from the capital states of Malaysia, this region has maintained a high tourist rating on its own for several decades.

Unique natural conditions, well-developed recreation infrastructure, as well as significant cultural heritage have made this state popular all over the world.

They get to Sarawak only by plane, otherwise because of territorial disputes with Indonesia not. The airport is located in the city of Kuching, from which there is already a transfer to all resort areas of the state. Despite the presence of an international terminal, there are no flights with Russia; flights from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Indonesia are accepted. In addition to the transfer upon arrival, you can use public transport.

Sarawak's climatic zone is slightly different from the general Malay characteristics and is closer to the typical equatorial climate. Throughout the year, it is very warm and very humid here, although no one has formally canceled the division into dry and rainy seasons. During the year, 4000 mm of precipitation can fall, which is not the limit.

The dry season officially begins in April, when the equatorial summer rains decline, the average temperature until October will be +26 ° C, sometimes this is the maximum daily temperature. Beginning in November, the air warms up more strongly following the intensification of rains. In March inclusive, the average daily temperature is +29 ° C.

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