Malaysia is a beautiful tropical island and a multiracial community of Chinese, Malay, Indian, and other people. Local food is spicy and delicious while Malay people are relaxed and nice. The hot and sunny weather, sandy beaches, the kindness of local people, and Malay food and culture will surely guarantee a memorable holiday.
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There are two monsoon seasons in Malaysia, the Southwest Monsoon from May to September and the Northeast Monsoon with extensive rainfalls from November to February. In the monsoon season, you can expect rainfalls almost every day.
Between the monsoon seasons, temperatures are 26 to 32 C and sometimes showers can be expected, which is more comfortable for westerners.
The best time to visit the country is individual, as you may be interested in special events and festivals all year round. Thus, do your research on the calendar before planning your trip to Malaysia.
Public health issues
Major infectious diseases in Malaysia include hepatitis A and hepatitis B, typhoid, malaria, Japanese encephalitis, rabies (in remote areas). Avoid eating contaminated food, drinking contaminated water, using contaminated needles and don’t engage in unsafe sex. Prescription medicine for malaria can protect you against mosquito bites. Consult your doctor before traveling to Malaysia.